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  • High school not the finish line for Streamwood girls

    High school not the finish line for Streamwood girls
    Spring signing days traditionally draw less attention because most of the athletes long ago made commitments, but Streamwood's track signings last week drew notice because of sheer numbers.
  • Brian Wardle hopes to carry success to Bradley from UW-Green Bay

    Brian Wardle hopes to carry success to Bradley from UW-Green Bay
    Bradley hired Brian Wardle as its men's basketball head coach on March 27, five days after firing Geno Ford. The 35-year-old Willowbrook native is a 1997 graduate of Hinsdale Central and is the Red Devils' all-time leading scorer (1,632), while...

    Mundelein's Ari Dechter is top tennis player at Bradley

    Mundelein's Ari Dechter is top tennis player at Bradley
    Ari Dechter was the most accomplished tennis player to ever pass through the doors at Mundelein. With a fourth-place finish in the 2010 state tournament and a seventh-place finish in her senior year of 2011, she remains the only Mustang to place in...

    A chance journey home

    Editor's note: This story was first published on February 14, 2013. Will Rey was never supposed to end up at Northridge. In fact, Rey didn't even know the man wearing the coat with "Northridge" stitched on it when Rey approached and introduced himself...

    Northern Iowa pounds Loyola 63-49 in MVC tournament

    Northern Iowa pounds Loyola 63-49 in MVC tournament
    ST. LOUIS — Loyola flirted with shooting 50 percent, and still lost handily. That's the frustration of playing against No. 11 Northern Iowa, which really makes opponents work. "It's like going to the dentist," Ramblers coach Porter Moser said...