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Illinois High School Association

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  • Born without a left hand, DePaul Prep's Zambrano has found way on, off field

    Born without a left hand, DePaul Prep's Zambrano has found way on, off field
    The scout team quarterback was struggling. He really was an assistant coach, which is not uncommon, especially for programs such as DePaul Prep (formerly Gordon Tech) with varsity rosters of about 30. Trying to prepare DePaul's defense for its...
  • Week 9 football: Four downs with Mike Helfgot

    Week 9 football: Four downs with Mike Helfgot
    Streak goes on? When the IHSA brackets are released Saturday night, No. 1 Stevenson, which has reached 26 straight postseasons, could be the owner of the state's longest active streak of consecutive playoff appearances and be in position to break...
  • Waukegan teachers strike hits senior athletes hard

     Waukegan teachers strike hits senior athletes hard
    At 1:14 p.m. on Oct. 8, Waukegan High School officials sent text messages to the necessary parties to announce football practice at Weiss Field had been canceled to avoid confrontation. Optimism briefly had returned that morning when Bulldogs players...
  • Cross country | Highland Park junior sprints to 4th place

    Cross country | Highland Park junior sprints to 4th place
    Highland Park junior Charlotte Nawor saw two New Trier runners ahead of her in the final 300 meters on the Maine East High School track at the Central Suburban League Cross Country Championships on Oct. 18 and was determined to pass them. She did, to...
  • Boys golf | Loyola's Cotten makes good first impression at state meet

    Boys golf | Loyola's Cotten makes good first impression at state meet
    Loyola's Bennett Cotten played three strong rounds at the Illinois Junior Amateur Championships over the summer. His 73-75-76 tied for 15th place, an impressive showing for a kid who had yet to attend his first high school class. Even with that...
  • Football | Plainfield East readies for second playoff run

    Football | Plainfield East readies for second playoff run
    Making the playoffs no longer is the main goal for Plainfield East football. A year after earning the school's first playoff bid, the Bengals are motivated to extend their season deep into November. The Bengals secured their second consecutive playoff...
  • Week 8 football bits: Brother Rice not limping to finish line

    Week 8 football bits: Brother Rice not limping to finish line
    If the best playoff seed possible was Brother Rice's goal, the Crusaders would not have scheduled games against a nationally ranked team from Michigan and an Indiana state power. Undefeated on Illinois soil heading into the weekend, Brother Rice will...
  • Li's victory helps push Hinsdale Central to 3rd straight boys golf title

    Li's victory helps push Hinsdale Central to 3rd straight boys golf title
    BLOOMINGTON, Ill. — The playing conditions were friendly by almost any standard, but they were not what Maine East's Orion Yamat had in mind. "I don't know if that works in my favor," Yamat said. "I usually play well in bad conditions." The...
  • Hinsdale Central, New Trier golf in position for rare feat

    Hinsdale Central is on the brink of becoming the first Illinois high school to sweep the boys and girls golf state tournaments since 2007. So is New Trier. The schools dominated the Class 3A boys and Class 2A girls golf tournaments Friday, with Hinsdale...
  • Tennis | Carmel Catholic senior commits to Michigan

    Tennis | Carmel Catholic senior commits to Michigan
    Brienne Minor is one of the best junior tennis players in the nation. Illinois, beware. Minor, who enjoyed great success on the national circuit in the past year, will play for Carmel as a senior this fall after skipping high school tennis as a junior...
  • High school football going year-round with 7-on-7 play

     High school football going year-round with 7-on-7 play
    Addison Trail High School's football team was on the verge of a comeback victory over Wheaton Warrenville South when one of its receivers made a tricky catch, only to fall just short of the goal line as the final seconds ticked away. It was a tough...