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  • Quite a whistle-stop: Mokena man to ref in Special Olympics World Summer Games in L.A.

    Quite a whistle-stop: Mokena man to ref in Special Olympics World Summer Games in L.A.
    Doing what he loves on a “global stage” will be a “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity,” Mokena resident Bob Reczek said. Recently selected as a basketball referee for the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games, Reczek, 54, said he...
  • International students at Mooseheart may be allowed to play basketball

    A student from Congo at Mooseheart High School may finally get his chance to play basketball for the school, barring an appeal. That’s the good news for 6-foot 3-inch Rodrique “Ceda” Makindu, 18, a student who came to the school two...
  • Football | New Trier reaches 8A quarterfinals, Loyola falls just short

    Football | New Trier reaches 8A quarterfinals, Loyola falls just short
    The highly anticipated showdown between New Trier and Loyola in the quarterfinals of the IHSA Class 8A playoffs did not materialize. While New Trier dramatically upheld its end of the bargain, Loyola fell just short against the state's No. 1-ranked...
  • 8A football: H-F's defense gets job done against Bolingbrook

    8A football: H-F's defense gets job done against Bolingbrook
    Grind-it-out victories aren't Homewood-Flossmoor's style this season. The Vikings, who averaged 45.7 points through their first 11 games, prefer to wins via shootout or blowout. With their offense struggling to convert on third and fourth downs...
  • Former athletic director Bob Tunnicliff left a mark on Libertyville

    Former athletic director Bob Tunnicliff left a mark on Libertyville
    In 1954, Bob Tunnicliff moved to Libertyville for a job. He retired 32 years later with a legacy. The first athletic director in Libertyville High School history, Tunnicliff wore many hats between the years of 1954 and 1986. He was also the Wildcats&...
  • Week 13 football: 5 can't-miss games

    Week 13 football: 5 can't-miss games
    7A: Providence at Mount Carmel When: Noon Saturday at Gately Stadium. Records: Providence 11-1, Mount Carmel 8-4. On the offensive: The option is weatherproof, which could be an underappreciated factor in Mount Carmel's tremendous success this...
  • Girls basketball preview: Dorothy Gaters is Ms. Marshall

    Girls basketball preview: Dorothy Gaters is Ms. Marshall
    Positioned near halfcourt, Dorothy Gaters scratches her head with frustration while watching one of her players take a wider-than-necessary cut to the basket during a preseason practice. Gaters has coached the simple inbounds play thousands of times...
  • Simeon, Phillips trying to make Public League history

    Simeon, Phillips trying to make Public League history
    The end of daylight savings time altered Simeon's football practice routine.. By losing an hour of sunlight, the Wolverines were forced to seek alternative practice venues away from its usual spot at West Chatham Park. "Our home field has no lights...
  • Roundup | Friday, Nov. 21

    Roundup | Friday, Nov. 21
    Football Lake Forest gave 'hearts and souls' during 2014 season Despite losing to unbeaten Nazareth 54-24 in the Class 6A quarterfinals Saturday, the positives were plentiful for the Scouts, who finished with an 8-4 record. Lake Forest averaged 32.5...
  • 6A football: Ryan Dawson, Flynn Nagel help Lemont top Peoria Notre Dame

    6A football: Ryan Dawson, Flynn Nagel help Lemont top Peoria Notre Dame
    PEORIA — Lemont will be noticed now. The Indians, low on the radar during an undefeated season, used a superior passing attack Saturday to defeat Peoria Notre Dame 32-25 in a Class 6A semifinal at Peoria Stadium. Lemont (13-0) will makes its...
  • 7A football: Cary-Grove cruises by Libertyville

    7A football: Cary-Grove cruises by Libertyville
    Tyler Pennington rarely left the field Saturday during Cary-Grove's 41-7 victory against Libertyville in a Class 7A state semifinal. Two plays in particular showed why. He rushed for 119 yards and four touchdowns, none bigger than a 39-yarder up the...