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  • Camp for the kid who likes science, engineering, math

    Camp for the kid who likes science, engineering, math
    For kids whose dream summer camp involves more coding than canoeing, more technology than tennis and more science than swimming, STEM summer camps — once considered a contradiction in terms — are popular and plentiful. The camps, ranging...
  • Boys swimming: Hinsdale Central takes first state title since 1989

    Boys swimming: Hinsdale Central takes first state title since 1989
    As is often the case, the team competition at Saturday's boys swimming state meet came down to the final event, the 400-yard freestyle relay. Weekend front-runner Hinsdale Central held an 11-point lead heading into the decisive race at New Trier, but...
  • Michael Phelps takes plunge, gets engaged

    Michael Phelps has taken the plunge and gotten engaged. The 18-time Olympic gold medalist announced on Twitter he's marrying Nicole Johnson, who was Miss California in 2010 and has dated the swimmer on and off the past few years. Phelps tweeted early...
  • Emmaus boys, Parkland girls lead in District 11 3A swimming championships

    Emmaus boys, Parkland girls lead in District 11 3A swimming championships
    Helen Hsu looked to the lane on her right to find a friend and club swimming teammate. She looked to the left to find a friend and club swimming teammate. The Freedom senior says it made her feel comfortable and confident. It also helped her to swim...
  • Munster's Wilson Beckman rallies for state title in backstroke

    INDIANAPOLIS — Another second-place finish in the IHSAA state finals wasn't going to be good enough for Munster senior Wilson Beckman. Beckman was considered an underdog in the 100 backstroke, and he had to bounce back from a subpar performance...
  • Marian Catholic's Joey Cifelli sets records, wins state diving title

    Cheering fans packed the bleachers Saturday at the New Trier pool, ready for the swimming events to start at the state finals. When the divers got their chance, they didn't disappoint the crowd, either. Not only did Marian Catholic senior Joey Cifelli...
  • Boys swimming and diving adds to Hinsdale Central trove of state titles

    Hinsdale Central's string of state championships continued on Saturday, as the Red Devils captured their seventh IHSA title this school year by emerging from a tight field at the boys swimming and diving state meet at New Trier. Hinsdale Central scored...
  • Magic fall to Hawks, 95-88

    Magic fall to Hawks, 95-88
    ATLANTA — It's no secret the Magic admire the five-time champion San Antonio Spurs. If they don't land a Tim Duncan in the near future, they might want to model themselves after another team: the Atlanta Hawks. The Hawks look like San Antonio...
  • Boys swimming: Hinsdale Central, Marian Catholic's Joey Cifelli star in state prelims

    Boys swimming: Hinsdale Central, Marian Catholic's Joey Cifelli star in state prelims
    The boys swimming state preliminaries opened with starting-device technical issues and ended with a swim-off for 13th place in the 100-yard breaststroke. Between the two unusual events at the New Trier Natatorium on Friday, the day unfolded with one...
  • Boys swimming: Highland Park's Alan Brint, born blind, will compete Saturday

    Boys swimming: Highland Park's Alan Brint, born blind, will compete Saturday
    Highland Park senior Alan Brint will compete in four events Saturday at the boys swimming state finals at New Trier. Brint was born blind, and he will compete against other swimmers with physical impairments in all four events Saturday. It will be his...
  • Central Catholic swimmer finds gold

    Central Catholic swimmer finds gold
    Central Catholic sophomore Gabe Castano says he started swimming competitively as a ninth-grader, hoping his love of water and his mother's aptitude for the sport would translate into some sort of success. Castano is a quick study. He went from eighth...