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  • Girls track and field: De La Salle's Jaimie Robinson leaps to 2A meet record

    Girls track and field: De La Salle's Jaimie Robinson leaps to 2A meet record
    CHARLESTON, Ill. — Jaimie Robinson allowed the moment to sink in before unleashing some of her dance moves. Standing near the main entrance to Eastern Illinois University's O'Brien Stadium early Friday, the De La Salle sophomore heard the public...
  • Daily Southtown Baseball Stats through May 21

    Daily Southtown Baseball Stats through May 21
    The area leaders in batting average, home runs, RBIs, runs, stolen bases, win-loss record, saves, ERA and strikeouts from the Daily Southtown area. The IHSA playoffs are in full swing for Class 1A and 2A with 3A/4A action kicking in on Memorial Day. Where...
  • Ridgewood hurdler Victoria Ignacik reaches state using standing start

    Ridgewood hurdler Victoria Ignacik reaches state using standing start
    When the starter called ready just before the beginning of the 100-meter high hurdles at the Class 2A Glenbard South Sectional, the eight girls competitors got into position. However, there was something very different about one of the racers, Ridgewood...
  • Baseball: Tight-knit Cary-Grove ready to reach new heights

    Wyatt Mascarella laughed at the memory of the 2009 IHSA baseball tournament. Matt Sutherland recalled details like it was yesterday. "Wyatt Mascarella, his mother and I were huddled around Eric Keniuk's father's computer in a parking lot outside a...
  • Luke Weston spells relief for Westminster in win over St. Edward

    Luke Weston spells relief for Westminster in win over St. Edward
    Luke Weston missed half of the baseball season due to an ankle injury and Peter Hahn missed all last season after transferring. When Westminster Christian needed them, though, both produced in Wednesday's semifinals of the Class 2A Aurora Christian...
  • Angie Salvi scores four as Carmel wins soccer tourney opener

    Angie Salvi scores four as Carmel wins soccer tourney opener
    There is a path for Carmel's girls soccer team to follow that leads to the Class 2A state championship. Last spring, Lake Forest was the No. 1 seed in the Grayslake North Sectional, won its regional opener by double digits over North Chicago, and...
  • Love of track and field the foundation for Tonya Piergies' success

    Love of track and field the foundation for Tonya Piergies' success
    Tonya Piergies had a lifelong love for running. North Shore Country Day, and coach Patrick McHugh in particular, turned the senior into a track star — and track geek. It started when she was little. Piergies used to eagerly await her school's...
  • Red Devils in good shape with three state medalists

    Red Devils in good shape with three state medalists
    Sometimes latching onto a college is all about making connections. That's how Hinsdale Central senior Lope Adelakun wound up deciding to play tennis for Wisconsin. Adelakun had met Jake Van Emburgh, the son of Wisconsin coach Greg Van Emburgh, at U.S....
  • Waukegan does well in Central Suburban South boys track meet

    Waukegan does well in Central Suburban South boys track meet
    Though it won no events, Waukegan's boys track team performed well in the Central Suburban South meet at Glenbrook South. In the 100-meter dash, junior Daniel Scott was third in 11.53, while senior Arnold Magee was second in the 400 in 51.18. In the...
  • Zion-Benton basketball players can't 'weight' for next season

    Zion-Benton basketball players can't 'weight' for next season
    It's 6:30 on Wednesday morning, 80 minutes before the school bell will ring to signal the start of classroom learning for the day. Yet, one room at Zion-Benton already is abuzz with activity, full with 20 freshmen, sophomore and junior boys. It's...
  • Warren will move quickly to hire new basketball coach

    Warren will move quickly to hire new basketball coach
    Warren's first game of the 2015-2016 boys basketball season isn't until Nov. 23 — opening day of the Thanksgiving week tournament at Mundelein — but there is a sense of urgency over hiring the school's new boys basketball coach. June is...