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  • New coach, fresh start for Lincoln-Way West boys basketball

    The coaching carousel continued this spring for the Lincoln-Way West boys basketball team. For the third time in the last four seasons, the Warriors have a new head coach. Jon White resigned following a two-year run, and former Bremen coach Brian...
  • Turnovers plague Plainfield South girls basketball team

    Turnovers and missed free throws have hurt the Plainfield South girls basketball team this season. The Cougars (2-4 as of Monday) are averaging 28 turnovers per game and shooting 40 percent from the free-throw line this season, coach Leah Carter said....
  • Geneva girls hoops ready for start of Upstate Eight River play

    Two tough games in a three-day stretch this week might shape the season for Geneva's girls basketball team. The Vikings made significant improvement during the middle of last season, riding the leadership of seniors Sidney Santos, Morgan Seberger and...
  • Montini football falls again to Sacred Heart-Griffin in 5A title game

    Montini's football season ended in a different part of the state but with the same result as last season. For the second consecutive season, the Broncos lost to Springfield Sacred Heart-Griffin in the Class 5A state championship game. Last season, the...
  • Wheaton North boys hoops prepared for challenging weekend

    Wheaton North boys basketball coach Dave Brackmann expects to learn a lot about his team by the end of this weekend. The Falcons, who lost to Riverside-Brookfield in a Class 4A regional semifinal last season, bring back an abundance of depth and...
  • Stevenson ends 'fun ride' with first football title

    Game winning plays have come in all shapes and sizes for the Stevenson football team this season. Senior linebacker Jimmy Marchese sealed a 7-3 semifinal win at Glenbard West on Nov. 22 with an interception in the end zone in the game's final seconds....
  • Nazareth football avoids eating the 'cheese' in first state-title season

    Nazareth football coach Tim Racki was careful not to compliment his team too much throughout the season. He referred to the attention his talented Roadrunners had been receiving since the preseason as "cheese" and constantly warned his players not to eat...
  • Hard work keeps Glenbrook North boys basketball a step ahead

    Glenbrook North boys' basketball coach Dave Weber knew the going would be rough early on, especially given that returning top scorer Jan Siegien still has more than a month before he can return from a torn ACL. But prior to last week's game against Niles...
  • UF's Jeremy Foley meets with top Gators coaching target Jim McElwain in Colorado

    UF's Jeremy Foley meets with top Gators coaching target Jim McElwain in Colorado
    UF athletic director Jeremy Foley flew to Fort Collins, Colo., and met with Colorado State coach Jim McElwain for more than six hours Tuesday about the Gators’ head coaching job, two sources told the Orlando Sentinel. Colorado State officials...
  • Film study of the Ravens' 34-33 loss to the Chargers

    Film study of the Ravens' 34-33 loss to the Chargers
    GAME PLAN: Gary Kubiak got production and points out of a ball-control philosophy heavy on runs byJustin Forsett. Kubiak mixed that with a balanced, controlled passing game that succeeded on numerous short and intermediate throws and came up relatively...
  • Strange but true: Marc Trestman could learn from Jason Garrett

    Strange but true: Marc Trestman could learn from Jason Garrett
    On Thursday night at Soldier Field, an offensive coordinator disguised as an NFL head coach will lead players he once struggled to connect with through a game that will remind fans in a passionate football city how lucky he is to still have his job. Oh,...