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Illinois High School Association

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  • Baseball | Maine South entering a decisive final two weeks

    Baseball | Maine South entering a decisive final two weeks
    The injury Bobby Pennington suffered in the IHSA supersectionals only sidelined him four weeks, but from a recruiting perspective, they were the wrong four weeks to miss. The 6-foot-4 right-hander settled on John A. Logan College in Carterville, which...
  • Lawsuit accuses Homewood-Flossmoor of recruiting players

    Lawsuit accuses Homewood-Flossmoor of recruiting players
    The Homewood-Flossmoor varsity girls basketball team had just grabbed the No. 1 ranking in the state when a new adversary appeared -- a lawsuit alleging its coach had recruited players in violation of the rules. The suit, filed by a parent of a...
  • National volleyball title looks good to former Marist player

    National volleyball title looks good to former Marist player
    Since Joe Smalzer graduated a year before Marist High School's boys volleyball team won the Illinois High School Association state championship, he's now trying to help his Loyola University team win a national championship.. From Palos Heights, Smalzer...
  • Girls soccer | Willows Academy's Walsh a true student-athlete

    Girls soccer | Willows Academy's Walsh a true student-athlete
    Brigid Walsh does not consider her academic accomplishments more impressive because of her involvement in three sports. The way Walsh, a senior at Willows Academy in Des Plaines, sees it, sports helped facilitate her success in school. "It is a...
  • Cross-town rivals to face each other Oct. 3

    The Illinois High School Association announced the football schedules for the 2014 season, and the showdown between Downers Grove North and South takes place Oct. 3 at North. North, which went 7-5 and made it to the Class 7A quarterfinals in 2013, opens...
  • Boys tennis team finishes 4th at state

    Downers Grove South finished fourth in the Illinois High School Association State Tennis Tournament, which concluded over the weekend. The Mustangs rang up 28 points in the tournament and a nice chunk came from underclass singles players Tony Leto and...
  • 2 Downers Grove North athletes honored

    Two of the 26 athletes honored by the Illinois High School Association April 21 in Bloomington for making the All-State Academic team hailed from Downers Grove North High School — cross country and track stars Zachary Smith and Stephanie Urbancik....
  • South sophomore takes 2nd place

    Downers Grove South sophomore Michaela Hackbarth took second place in the 800-meter run at the Class 3A Illinois High School Association State Track and Field Meet, which concluded over the weekend in Charleston, Ill. Hackbarth's time of 2:13.00 was...
  • York puts up enough points for title

    Despite not having a first-place individual or relay team, York High School won the Illinois High School Association Class 3A Boys Track and Field Meet over the weekend. The Dukes put up 40 points and were just four points ahead of Edwardsville and...
  • Girls track | IC sophomore qualifies for state meet

    Girls track | IC sophomore qualifies for state meet
    Immaculate Conception sophomore Mikko Eguia was an automatic qualifier for the IHSA Class 1A girls state track and field meet. Eguia took second in the 800-meter run with a time of 2 minutes, 32.63 seconds at the Lisle Sectional on May 15. Aurora...
  • Evanston Township H.S. baseball team pulled from playoffs over 'sexting'

    Evanston Township H.S. baseball team pulled from playoffs over 'sexting'
    The athletic director of Evanston Township High School has pulled the varsity baseball team from the state playoffs after "inappropriate photos" of girls at the school were distributed among some players, officials said. The team was supposed to play...