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  • Roundup: Burroughs baseball falls in semifinals of tourney

    BASEBALL Burroughs in Coachella Valley Tournament: The Indians notched two victories Monday to advance to the semifinals of the event at Palm Desert High. However, in the semifinal game Tuesday, Burroughs suffered a 12-3 loss to Peninsula. Max...
  • 3 options for indoor pool surface in Glen Ellyn

    3 options for indoor pool surface in Glen Ellyn
    With a study on the feasibility of an indoor swimming pool in Glen Ellyn concluding that either a smaller or larger version could be self-sustaining, the enthusiasts who raised the money for the document hope to persuade park district officials to put the...
  • Beach reopened after shark scare

    Beach reopened after shark scare
    The beach at John D. MacArthur Beach State Park reopened to swimming Tuesday morning, after having been closed since Saturday because of high numbers of sharks. "The presence of sharks has diminished but not gone away," said Mara Burger, spokeswoman for...
  • Being green has never been easier

    Who says it’s not easy being green? When it comes to installing and operating a swimming pool, there are plenty of options that will allow consumers to have the pool of their dreams while protecting and preserving the environment. It is more...
  • High School Roundup: Estancia shuts out Santa Ana Valley

    SOFTBALL Estancia 10, Santa Ana Valley 0 Kelly Hinkle struck out seven in five innings for the Eagles in a Costa Mesa tournament game on Friday. Estancia's Izzy Morales and Chloe Davis each went two for three. Stephanie Enriquez went two for two...
  • Water safety rules needed to keep kids safe

    Summer vacation means warm temperatures, long daylight hours, no school – and a challenge to keep children occupied, out of trouble and, most of all, safe.    Many parents send their children to summer camps, which often include aquatic...
  • Panel advances additions for Deerfield High

     Panel advances  additions for Deerfield High
    The Deerfield Plan Commission gave a green light to plans for a three-court gymnasium and 10-lane swimming pool at Deerfield High School. The project represents the crown jewel in the first phase of construction planned by Township High School District...
  • A tale of three lodgings on Oahu

    A tale of three lodgings on Oahu
    Location, location and luxury. That's what I got when I hotel-hopped my way around Oahu recently, overnighting in three very different places which, together, offered something for everyone. I stayed at a Waikiki high-rise hotel, a secluded deluxe resort...
  • Terps baseball tops No. 11 N.C. State in first three-game ACC sweep since 2009

    Maryland completed its first three-game Atlantic Coast Conference sweep since May 2009 as it downed visiting No. 11 North Carolina State, 5-2, on Sunday. Five Terps scored, and pitchers Tayler Stiles and Bobby Ruse (C. Milton Wright) combined to allow one...
  • REWIND: High School Championship Weekend

    REWIND: High School Championship Weekend
    Eleven state high school championships will be decided this weekend - eight in boys and basketball, two in hockey and one in boys swimming. The Courant has them all covered with stories, photos, video and more. Join us right here until the final champ...
  • Junior Olympians make a splash in Gold Coast classic

    Weston's C.J. Kopecki didn't let flat feet prevent him from going full speed ahead in sports. The eighth-grader at Falcon Cove Middle School had played soccer most of his life but then made the switch to swimming. "I played soccer since I was 4, but...