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Illinois High School Association

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  • Back-to-back champions

    Larry Early III may have suffered a heartbreaking loss in the IHSA individual final last weekend, but the Oak Park-River Forest senior still will go out a champion. Early dominated Sandburg junior Ben Schneider 23-9 at 145 pounds late in the dual-team...
  • GBN's Meg Ruocco sings anthem at Illinois state basketball tourney

    A member of the Glenbrook North High School choir in Northbrook has been chosen to sing the national anthem at the Illinois girls basketball tournament finals. Senior Meg Ruocco will sing "The Star Spangled Banner" March 7 at the girls Class 3A/4A...
  • Joliet Catholic coaching legend Gordie Gillespie dies at 88

    Joliet Catholic coaching legend Gordie Gillespie dies at 88
    The numbers tell quite a story about Gordon "Gordie" Gillespie: 2,402 coaching wins in three sports over 61 years, four national titles in college baseball, five state titles in high school football. But Gillespie, who died at age 88 at his Joliet...
  • Experience, tradition are on Montini's side

    Experience, tradition are on Montini's side
    As Antioch's girls basketball team prepares for the Class 3A supersectional at 6 p.m. Monday at Hoffman Estates against Montini, one of the most important things for the Sequoits to remember is that if they're not going to win, they need to be sure they...
  • Confetti rains on gymnastic champions at Hinsdale South

    It wasn't quite a ticker tape parade, but the confetti did rain down on Hinsdale South athletes at the end of the Champions Assembly Feb. 27 to honor their success at state. "It was a huge honor for them to do it," said gymnast Maddie Nowak, who...
  • Swimming & diving state preview: Niles North, Maine South, Niles West

    Swimming & diving state preview: Niles North, Maine South, Niles West
    Anthony Zagorov became the first Niles North freshman boys swimmer to earn a trip to the state meet as an individual since 2010. Zagorov qualified in the 200- and 500-yard freestyle on Saturday at the Glenbrook South Sectional, placing second in each...
  • Swimming & diving state preview: Loyola, Glenbrook North, Maine East

    The state boys swimming and diving meet is exciting for many reasons, including the atmosphere and the sky-high level of competition. For Christopher Kearney, the meet carries an additional element of intrigue because he doesn't know how much faster he...
  • North Chicago knocks off Vernon Hills for third time

    North Chicago knocks off Vernon Hills for third time
    The third time wasn't the charm for the Vernon Hills girls basketball team. The Cougars — a No. 3 seed playing in the Class 3A Antioch Sectional semifinal — lost for the third time this season to top seed North Chicago on Tuesday night,...
  • Milestones within reach for Boudreaux, Brunson

    Milestones within reach for Boudreaux, Brunson
    Stevenson's Jalen Brunson and Lake Forest's Evan Boudreaux are closing in on career scoring milestones and could achieve them during the Class 4A boys basketball playoffs that begin next week. Brunson has 2,484 points in his four-year varsity career....
  • Wrestling: Hinsdale South's King reigns in 220-pound class

    The pageantry of the state wrestling tournament is unlike any other offered by the Illinois High School Association. The culmination of an entire season features a grand march, where the top two remaining wrestlers in each weight class parade around...
  • Boys basketball: Loyola rebounds from loss in CCL tournament

    Loyola ran into the proverbial buzzsaw in the first round of the Catholic League tournament. After a series of close losses to good teams, the Ramblers were no match for Providence, who went on to defeat St. Rita, Hales and St. Joseph to claim the...