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  • Westchester St. Joseph beats Belleville Althoff for 3A title

    All-state guard Glynn Watson scored 19 points, Nick Rakovecic added 18 points and 11 rebounds and Joffery Brown chipped in 15 points as Westchester St. Joseph withstood a Belleville Althoff second-half rally to win the IHSA Class 3A boys basketball title,...
  • Morgan Park coach Nick Irvin: 'We're going to win state' next year

    PEORIA — This is what the media relish about Morgan Park coach Nick Irvin. He speaks his mind. More times than not, he backs up the bravado "We're going to do it. We're going to win state (next year). I'm going on record." Those words were uttered...
  • Boys basketball: Althoff knocks off Morgan Park despite Marcus LoVett's 45 points

    Boys basketball: Althoff knocks off Morgan Park despite Marcus LoVett's 45 points
    PEORIA — Bright Lights shined, but Belleville Althoff didn't mind. The Crusaders showed off their array of young talent throughout Friday's Class 3A semifinal at the IHSA state tournament at Carver Arena, knocking off two-time defending state...
  • Home-schooled Stephen Moyer unsung hero for Geneva

    Home-schooled Stephen Moyer unsung hero for Geneva
    Neither starting center Loudon Love-Vollbrecht nor coach Phil Ralston hesitated. Asked if there were any unsung heroes on this Geneva basketball team that has advanced to the Final Four of the Class 4A state tournament in Peoria, both were quick to...
  • Forfeit victory in hand, St. Joe seniors would rather play

    Forfeit victory in hand, St. Joe seniors would rather play
    It's rare during the season for high school boys basketball players to have off Friday night, but St. Joseph senior guards Jordan Ash and Glynn Watson were looking last week for a way to keep busy. Ash and Watson had been preparing to play North...
  • Simeon, Stevenson are on collision course

    Simeon, Stevenson are on collision course
    Things you may or may not already know as we head into the final week of Illinois high school's version of March Madness: • Barring an upset of seismic proportions either on Tuesday or Friday, it figures to be Stevenson vs. Simeon for the Class...
  • Boys basketball: Uplift wins Class 2A state championship

    Boys basketball: Uplift wins Class 2A state championship
    PEORIA — Jeremy Roscoe and Spencer Foley discovered their shooting touch just in time in Saturday's Class 2A state championship. The Uplift seniors overcame shaky starts by combining to score 15 points in the fourth quarter, sparking the Titans to...
  • Historic footage gives glimpse into 1930s-style basketball

    Historic footage gives glimpse into 1930s-style basketball
    Seated in front of a computer that wasn't his, Al Vogler leaned forward, squinting at the grainy footage on the screen. Gradually, his eyes brightened. His right hand rose from the table, throwing a thumbs-up. "I know these guys!" he said, grinning...
  • Boys basketball notes: Uplift 'hungry' a year after postseason problems

    Boys basketball notes: Uplift 'hungry' a year after postseason problems
    PEORIA — Uplift coach David Taylor can't complain about his team's playing the final game on both nights at the state tournament. The Titans' run to their first state tournament has been one of the main storylines this weekend. Uplift advanced...
  • St. Joseph no stranger to boys basketball playoff controversies

    St. Joseph no stranger to boys basketball playoff controversies
    Gene Pingatore has seen just about everything in his 45 years as St. Joseph boys basketball coach. On Thursday, he witnessed a new twist when the Chargers won the Class 3A Westinghouse Sectional championship when its opponent, North Lawndale, was banned...
  • Boys basketball: CPS bans North Lawndale from sectional final after fight

    Boys basketball: CPS bans North Lawndale from sectional final after fight
    North Lawndale and Marshall will both forfeit their next three games in the wake of Wednesday night's brawl in the handshake line following North Lawndale's 70-62 victory in a Class 3A sectional semifinal at Westinghouse High School on the West Side....