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  • Roundup | Thursday, Dec. 18

    BOYS BASKETBALL Morgan Park takes high-intensity tilt from Bogan Most teams in the state would falter trying to hang with Bogan’s high-octane backcourt, which is led by Massachusetts recruit Luwane Pipkins. Morgan Park isn’t most teams....
  • Roundup | Saturday, Jan. 3

    Roundup | Saturday, Jan. 3
    FOOTBALL Disabato: The season that was Southland boys sports in 2014 The year 2014. Like a comet, it was here and gone. My mother always told me the older you become the faster the years go by. She was right — as she was in most instances....
  • Church gives congregants $500 each to do good

    Church gives congregants $500 each to do good
    Christmas came early for people in the pews of LaSalle Street Church the first Sunday in September. That morning their pastor handed them $500 checks. The Rev. Laura Truax, pastor of the evangelical church in Chicago's Near North neighborhood, told...
  • IHSA: Proposal to overhaul football scheduling rejected in school vote

    IHSA: Proposal to overhaul football scheduling rejected in school vote
    The Illinois High School Association's football regular-season and playoff format may not be perfect, but it clearly was preferred over a revised plan that was rejected Tuesday by member schools 395-212. Proposal 10 would have eliminated football...
  • Roundup | Tuesday, Jan. 6

    Roundup | Tuesday, Jan. 6
    FOOTBALL Chamberlain: Tradition wins in IHSA proposal's failure Tradition still means something in Illinois high school football. That’s the explanation many area school coaches and athletic directors had for opposing the idea of eliminating...
  • Robert Tunnicliff, longtime Libertyville High athletic director, dies at 90

    During his 32-year career as athletic director at Libertyville High School, Robert D. Tunnicliff built a reputation for bringing out the best in his coaches and their athletes and expanding the number of athletic programs offered at the school. Mr....
  • Derrick Rose still contributing even though mired in deep shooting slump

    Derrick Rose still contributing even though mired in deep shooting slump
    There's no sugarcoating what 25-for-95 shooting is. "It's a slump," Derrick Rose said. Despite the five-game stretch, Rose has made big plays in the fourth quarters of three victories. That included four, fourth-quarter assists and two free throws off...
  • 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&...
  • 5A football: Sacred Heart-Griffin tops Montini for 2nd straight title

    5A football: Sacred Heart-Griffin tops Montini for 2nd straight title
    CHAMPAIGN — For the second season in a row, Springfield Sacred Heart-Griffin defeated Montini in the Class 5A state championship game. This time the Cyclones scored four unanswered touchdowns during a 29-14 victory Saturday at Memorial Stadium....
  • 7A football: Richie Warfield scores 4 TDs as Providence wins 10th title

    7A football: Richie Warfield scores 4 TDs as Providence wins 10th title
    CHAMPAIGN — The best way to stop Providence's offense is to keep it on the sideline. For one half Cary-Grove, behind its triple-option attack, did just that. But Providence made a few adjustments in the second half, which resulted in three of...
  • Land of opportunity: Niles West's Hilma Mededovic hopes to play basketball in college

    Land of opportunity: Niles West's Hilma Mededovic hopes to play basketball in college
    SKOKIE — Like many highly-regarded female basketball players in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hilma Mededovic encountered a crossroads when she considered her future. Universities in Bosnia and Herzegovina — where Mededovic was part of the country&...