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  • Track And Field Project Delayed At Simsbury High School

    Track And Field Project Delayed At Simsbury High School
    SIMSBURY — The running track and artificial turf athletic field at Simsbury High School will be closed until late September because of renovations, said school Business Manager Burke LaClair. He said the schools tried to complete the project...
  • Knights building on experience

    Knights building on experience
    The Ellington High School boys soccer team went all the way to the Class M state final last season, which was something of a surprise. After losing six players to graduation, there is still a strong nucleus of that team remaining, and expectations are...
  • Hinsdale Central golf trying for 3 straight

    Hinsdale Central's quest for a third straight Class 3A title in boys golf is impressive, but the Red Devils have a long way to go to set the state mark for most consecutive titles. Monmouth won six straight Class A titles from 1985-90 when there were...
  • Top high school linebackers in the Southland

    Top high school linebackers in the Southland
    Linebackers to watch: D.J. Beavers; Crespi; 6-1; 215; Sr.; He's mean and let's running backs know it. Breland Brandt; L.A. Windward; 6-4; 220; Jr.; Getting better and better. Darrian Franklin; Downey; 6-2; 210; Jr.; Rising college prospect. Lawson...
  • Kolzow's good hands a life-saver for No. 6 Naperville Central

    Kolzow's good hands a life-saver for No. 6 Naperville Central
    Mike Kolzow isn't the tardy type, so the ribbing Naperville Central coach Mike Stine gave him was good-natured on the February morning Kolzow showed up late to a weight-lifting session. The most excusable defense imaginable did not manifest until...
  • Lawson Hall, cop's son, patrols field for Harbor City Narbonne defense

    Lawson Hall, cop's son, patrols field for Harbor City Narbonne defense
    When 6-foot-1, 200-pound junior linebacker Lawson Hall of Harbor City Narbonne stands next to his mother, Felicia, they are a duo with whom not to mess. Felicia might be small at 5-11/2, but she's a Los Angeles Police Department lieutenant who says, "I'...
  • Landscape slightly changes for St. Andrew's, Suncoast swim teams

    Try as he might, St. Andrew's swimming coach Sid Cassidy isn't the best at playing possum. Cassidy, who enters his eighth year running the Scots, claims to not keep up with what others in Palm Beach County are doing. Until he rattles off how Boca Raton's...
  • RHAM football team prepares for the new season

    "I promise you, you're going to be not just football players, you're going to be good football players," said head coach Tom Hammon to a group of his less-experienced hopefuls during a break in a RHAM football team practice on Aug. 21. Assistant coach...
  • Windham readies for new football season

    Overseeing football practice at Windham High School on Aug. 22, head coach Brian Crudden said of the new season, "I'm cautiously optimisitc.". With a total of eight returning seniors, Crudden lists several All-League players among his roster. Running back...
  • Boys soccer | Central's tie match pleases coach

    Boys soccer | Central's tie match pleases coach
    It didn't take Naperville Central's boys' soccer team long to score the first goal of the season in their much-anticipated opening game against Morton High School on Monday night. But Morton was able to respond with a late goal on the Redhawks' home field...
  • LHP tennis standout competes against top players in country at New Balance High School Tennis Championship

    LHP tennis standout competes against top players in country at New Balance High School Tennis Championship
    Lake Highland senior Sarah Catherine Herndon finished as the runner-up in her bracket at the inaugural New Balance High School Tennis Championship at Harvard in July. Herndon went 2-3 during the four-day United States Tennis Association competition....