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  • Ex-high school football player suing IHSA over concussions wants safer game

    Ex-high school football player suing IHSA over concussions wants safer game
    Alex Pierscionek says he doesn't remember anything about the concussion he allegedly received playing football for South Elgin High School. The former nose tackle recalls getting into a four-point stance during a preseason drill in 2012, and after that, waking up in a hospital.
  • Community briefs: Rosary Sports Boosters plant sale

    Rosary Sports Boosters to hold Plant Sale Rosary Sports Boosters will be hosting its annual Plant Sale on May 8 and 9 at Rosary High School, 901 N. Edgelawn Drive, Aurora. The sale is open from 5 to 8 p.m. May 8 and 7:30 a.m. to noon May 9. A...

    IHSA to vote on rules to limit contact in football practice

    The Illinois High School Association is expected to vote in June on new rules that would limit the amount of full-contact practice allowed for high school football teams. The IHSA governs high school sports in the state. It said its board of directors...

    Triple-jumper ties state record

    Romeoville High School senior Cierra Pulliam, 18, who set a new record for the triple jump at a championship event in Bloomington, is vying to compete in a state meet in May. She jumped 40 feet and 2 inches, which breaks the school record and ties the...

    Lake County Senior Shootout basketball is Friday night

    Lake County Senior Shootout basketball is Friday night
    Stevenson's 57-40 win over Normal Community in the Class 4A championship game last month wasn't exactly the most satisfying ending ever for Lake County high school basketball fans. Most satisfying? Definitely. Ending? Not quite. The Patriots...