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Illinois High School Association

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  • Swimmer breaks state record

    Going into the IHSA swimming championships, Wheaton North senior Max St. George admitted he had something more than first place on his mind. He wanted to swim the 100-yard backstroke faster than anyone else in state history. "Setting the record, that...
  • Officers, residents honored by the Elgin Police Department

    Officers, residents honored by the Elgin Police Department
    No one in the police department can succeed without the help of others, said Chief Jeff Swoboda at the Elgin Police Department's annual awards ceremony. There were nearly 60 people from the department to honor, Swoboda said — many of which were...
  • Losing season just a blip on North Chicago basketball radar screen

    Losing season just a blip on North Chicago basketball radar screen
    The silence in the gym at North Chicago after school on Monday had to be deafening. For the first time since March of 2007, the Warhawks' basketball team was not practicing for this week's Class 3A sectional. North Chicago was eliminated from the...
  • For Stagg twins, pooling their resources nears end

    For Stagg twins, pooling their resources nears end
    Come next school year, current Stagg senior Zack Amendola will be swimming for the University of Redlands in California. His twin brother, Nick, will be studying at DePaul and won't be swimming competitively. After 13 years of being on the same club and...
  • District 207 prepares to adopt transgender student policies

    The Maine Township High School District 207 is expected to adopt a new set of procedures dealing with transgender and gender nonconforming students. During the March 2 meeting, the district Board of Education held a first reading for the proposed...
  • Homewood-Flossmoor earned date with fate to finish fourth in state

    Homewood-Flossmoor earned date with fate to finish fourth in state
    Beating and competing with nationally ranked teams in trips across the nation was impressive. Winning conference was probably a case of meeting expectations. The back-to-back state playoff victories over Marian Catholic and Trinity were nothing...
  • Balance of power has shifted in Lake County basketball

    Balance of power has shifted in Lake County basketball
    When North Chicago lost to DePaul Prep in a Class 3A regional final and Zion-Benton lost to Stevenson in 4A on Friday night, they were losses of historic proportions for Lake County boys basketball, although it's highly doubtful that anybody in the...
  • Homewood-Flossmoor battles Benet, comes up short in state semifinals

    NORMAL — So many surges. So much effort. But there were too many fouls. Some missed opportunities late. Add a Benet team that held onto the lead like a dog with a rag, and it spelled the end of Homewood-Flossmoor's Class 4A state title dream. A...
  • Zion-Benton to play in regional final against Stevenson

    Zion-Benton's boys basketball team lives to play another day, as it will face Stevenson at 7 on Friday night in the finals of the 4A regional at Stevenson. The Zee-Bees lost 73-68 to Niles North in the regional semifinals on Wednesday, a result that...
  • Boys basketball: Niles North out, Zion-Benton back in Class 4A tournament

    Boys basketball: Niles North out, Zion-Benton back in Class 4A tournament
    Zion-Benton lost its Class 4A regional semifinal Wednesday against Niles North, but the Zee-Bees will get a rare second chance after the Vikings were disqualified from the state playoffs. Niles North beat Zion-Benton 73-68 on the court, but the Zion-...
  • Favorites rule during March Madness in Illinois

    Favorites rule during March Madness in Illinois
    Both events have built themselves around the catch phrase "March Madness," but a look at recent early round play suggests that when the games are contested on the court rather than on paper, there are definite differences in results between what happens...