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  • St. Francis volleyball ready for season's festive start

    St. Francis volleyball ready for season's festive start
    Consistent with her pattern of deflecting attention away from herself, St. Francis girls volleyball coach Peg Kopec downplayed receiving another noteworthy achievement. Kopec is the winningest coach in Illinois High School Association girls volleyball...
  • Fenwick will play team from Texas

    The Illinois High School Association released the football schedules for the 2014 season, and Fenwick High School will bring in a team from Texas in its second week. The Friars open the season on Aug. 29 at Carmel in Mundelein. The second week is a home...
  • Softball | 2A state final: Bishop McNamara finishes perfect season with title

    Softball | 2A state final: Bishop McNamara finishes perfect season with title
    EAST PEORIA, Ill. — The slogan on the T-shirt read: "In Harms' Way." Laura Harms was hired as Bishop McNamara's softball coach in 2011, when the team went 21-10. The Irish were 30-7 last season. After Sunday's 8-2 victory against Tremont in...
  • Lake Zurich ready to tackle 2014 season

    Lake Zurich ready to tackle 2014 season
    Lake Zurich football has become synonymous with aggressive, punishing defense. It's the reason the Bears have appeared in the Class 7A state final four times in the last eight seasons and why even casual fans of high school football expect to hear...
  • Crosstown football game set for Oct. 3

    The Illinois High School Association released the football schedules for the 2014 season and the Naperville Central/Naperville North battle will take place at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 3 at North Central College. Central, which finished 11-3 last year and won...
  • OPRF starts football season on the road

    The Illinois High School Association released the football schedules for the 2014 season and Oak Park River Forest High School opens the season with two non-conference games on the road. The Huskies visit Lincoln-Way East in Frankfort Aug. 29 and follow...
  • York football begins on the road

    The Illinois High School Association released the football schedules for the 2014 season and York will be on the road for three weeks before playing its first home game. The Dukes open the season Aug. 29 with a non-conference game against Clark in...
  • Glenbard South to play in new conference

    The Illinois High School Association released the football schedules for the 2014 season and Glenbard South will play in the newly formed Metro (West) Conference. The Raiders will open the season on Aug. 29 at Addison Trail in a non-conference battle...
  • 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...
  • On 40th anniversary of Title IX, girls still lag in Illinois high school sports

    On 40th anniversary of Title IX, girls still lag in Illinois high school sports
    Four decades after Title IX prohibited discrimination against female athletes, boys still vastly outnumber girls on the playing fields and gym floors of Illinois high schools, an imbalance that raises two thorny questions: Is this a problem? And if so,...
  • Regulation wins a cheering section

    Regulation wins a cheering section
    When Madeline "Maddie" Dardanes was a varsity cheerleader at Barrington High School, she suffered a torn ligament in her knee during a routine — and tumbled into a growing statistic that is getting more attention from doctors and safety advocates,...