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  • Daily Southtown Local Scoreboard for Thursday, April 9

    THURSDAY'S RESULTS HIGH SCHOOLS BASEBALL Marian Catholic 9, Poland Seminary (Ohio) 1 MINGO BAY BASEBALL CLASSIC, at Myrtle Beach, S.C. Marist 7, Cherokee (N.J.) 4 St. Rita 13, North Stafford (Va.) 1 SUPER PREP BASEBALL SERIES, at Louisville,...
  • Brazilians chase the Chinese soccer dollar

    Most Brazilian players dream of making it to a top European football club. These days, though, some of the country's most promising players are heading to a very different sporting nation. China is fast becoming the new destination for some of Brazil's...
  • Women's league starts soon at Bonnie Brook Golf Course in Waukegan

    Women's league starts soon at Bonnie Brook Golf Course in Waukegan
    The 2015 season of the Bonnie Brook Women's Golf League will begin with a dinner at the course on Thursday, April 30 in Waukegan. Cocktails will begin at 6 p.m., with dinner at 6:30. League play will begin on May 7. The league welcomes new members...
  • Oswego's Julianne Sitch retires after three stints with Red Stars

    Oswego's Julianne Sitch retires after three stints with Red Stars
    From the time she started playing soccer as the only girl on a boys team at age 5, Julianne Sitch had an enormous passion for the sport. A quarter-century later, Sitch still loves the game but a new passion led to her announcing her retirement as a...
  • Local Roundup for Thursday, April 9

    Illinois ' top player won't be available at the start of the 2015 season after wide receiver Mikey Dudek tore his right anterior cruciate ligament, the school announced Wednesday. Dudek, a Neuqua Valley grad who was a freshman All-American, suffered the...
  • Four new members to be enshrined in St. Mary's Hall of Fame

    Four new members to be enshrined in St. Mary's Hall of Fame
    Four former two-sport standouts comprise the 24th annual induction class into the St. Mary's Athletic Hall of Fame. Marianne Gioffre Pizzo, Morgan Thalenberg Gill, John Horrigan and Megan Lewis will be formally enshrined during a ceremony being held...
  • Strikers de Fort Lauderdale visitan al FC Edmonton; 'PC' fue el Jugador de la Semana

    Strikers de Fort Lauderdale visitan al FC Edmonton; 'PC' fue el Jugador de la Semana
    Tras su primera victoria de la temporada primaveral, los Strikers de Fort Lauderdale (1-1) visitan este domingo 19 al FC Edmonton (0-1). El partido se disputará desde la 4 p.m., en el Clarke Field de Edmonton, Canadá, y podrá ser visto a través de...
  • Homeland insecurity: Orlando teams do better on road than at home

    Homeland insecurity: Orlando teams do better on road than at home
    More than 60 million people a year come to Orlando, making us the nation's most popular destination. In sports, we're becoming a favorite place to visit, too. Somehow, some way, Orlando's home-field, home-court and home-ice advantages have all taken a...
  • U.S. Soccer president confident World Cup will return to United States

    U.S. Soccer president confident World Cup will return to United States
    The World Cup is coming back to the United States. Just where and when is still be determined, but with the 2026 tournament the next one to come up for a vote, Sunil Gulati, president of the U.S. Soccer Federation, is feeling pretty good about his...
  • River Hill soccer standout Mike Heitzmann commits to Maryland

    River Hill soccer standout Mike Heitzmann commits to Maryland
    River Hill boys soccer star Mike Heitzmann, an All-Metro first-team junior midfielder, has committed to play at Maryland. A three-year starter, Heitzmann finished his junior season with 12 goals and six assists to lead the Hawks to an 18-0-1 season...
  • Community colleges commit to more overseas students

    Community colleges commit to more overseas students
    Despite the fact that they don't play football, basketball or soccer, Sergio da Silva and Armindo Goncalves were hotly recruited by Joliet Junior College. The two young men arrived on campus in January, leaving behind their island home in the South...