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Illinois High School Association

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  • Harvest jumps to huge lead, wins sectional title

    Harvest jumps to huge lead, wins sectional title
    Harvest Christian has been all about hot starts all season, but the Lions outdid themselves in Thursday's Class 1A Harvest Christian Sectional championship game against Hope. The Lions kept on forcing turnovers and kept on hitting shots, and before they...
  • Stevenson's Jalen Brunson keeps his cool as hot-shooting point guard

    Stevenson's Jalen Brunson keeps his cool as hot-shooting point guard
    Before every IHSA basketball game, the public-address announcer reads a message reminding the crowd about sportsmanship and acceptable behavior. Stevenson star guard Jalen Brunson often wonders if anybody in opposing gyms listens, like the night last...
  • Area grads grappling with success at Wisconsin-Whitewater

    Three former area high school wrestling stars are now teammates on one of the nation's best NCAA Division III wrestling programs. Wisconsin-Whitewater currently is ranked No. 2 in the nation by intermatwrestle.com, trailing only Wartburg College from...
  • Maine South's Ibrahim Nasir makes state in first season as heavyweight

    Maine South's Ibrahim Nasir makes state in first season as heavyweight
    In his first season as a heavyweight, Ibrahim Nasir qualified for his first state tournament. The Maine South junior earned a 7-2 win over Glenbard North's Kyle Neal in the wrestleback semifinal at the Class 3A Glenbard North Sectional on Saturday to...
  • Jake Barzowski, Marco Orlandi fight through injuries, reach state

    Notre Dame wrestlers Jake Barzowski and Marco Orlandi both overcame injuries this season to earn trips to this week's Class 3A state tournament. Barzowski, a junior, qualified at 138 pounds, and Orlandi, a senior, advanced at 170. Both had to win...
  • Boys basketball feature: Geneva's top regional seed a source of confusion

    Boys basketball feature: Geneva's top regional seed a source of confusion
    Nate Navigato does not understand. On the court, the versatile 6-foot-7 forward is full of answers for No. 8 Geneva and a big reason why the 24-2 Vikings received the top seed in the Class 4A regional his school will host in two weeks. On the...
  • Three county grads wrestling at Illinois

    Three county grads wrestling at Illinois
    Warren High School graduates Emery Parker and Danny Hicks, along with Deerfield High grad Colton Emmerich all are on the wrestling team this season for the University of Illinois. Parker and Emmerich are freshman, and Hicks is in his second year in...
  • Improved wrestling IQ helps Ridgewood's Vinny Scaletta reach state

    Improved wrestling IQ helps Ridgewood's Vinny Scaletta reach state
    Ridgewood junior Vinny Scaletta won his quarterfinal match at the Class 2A Antioch Sectional to put himself on the brink of qualifying for the Class 2A individual wrestling state tournament. He needed just one more victory. He got it, with a 5-1...
  • Today's cheerleading is a brave new world

    We are, among other things, a cheerleading family here at the Lenhoff's. And I don't just mean Daughters No. 1 and 2, in their youth. I'm going much farther to "the way way back," to quote one recent movie title, to my days as a junior high cheerleader....
  • Thirty-four area wrestlers qualify for state meet

    Thirty-four area wrestlers qualify for state meet
    Thirty-four area area wrestlers representing 13 different schools are sending grapplers to this weekends' IHSA state wresetling tournament, with 18 advancing in Class 2A and 16 in Class 3A. Seven of the 34 are making their second straight trip to the...
  • Girls basketball blog: Smiles replacing playoff tears for "excited" H-F

    Girls basketball blog: Smiles replacing playoff tears for "excited" H-F
    There were no late-night texts or calls from unknown numbers Tuesday night, no Page-1 headlines in Wednesday's newspaper. Tony Smith preferred the silence so he could get back to what he does best – coaching. Hours before then-No. 1 Homewood-...