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3 hrs ago | The Southtown Star
Lincoln-Way East coach Jim Martin felt more than comfortable bringing freshman Claire McMahon up to the varsity last season.
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7 hrs ago | Daily Herald
The Missouri State-bound senior scored 31 points to help the Bulldogs snap a losing streak to Geneva that had spanned six years.
11 hrs ago | Daily Herald
Aurora Christian coach Pat McNamara warned his team about Connor VanderBrug, then the Timothy Christian big man went out and showed the Eagles why their coach was so concerned.
15 hrs ago | Daily Herald
West Chicago senior John Konchar has been chosen as the Daily Herald's boys basketball MVP for his performances last week.
Puha, a 6-foot-2 senior at Reavis, prefers the old-school method - at one of Burbank's local playgrounds, be it Harr, Rice or Newcastle parks.
Elgin High graduates Melissa Parker, front, and Leslie Schock celebrate the Maroons' state semifinal win over Morris at the 1996 Class AA state tournament at Redbird Arena.
John Starksemail@example.com Marmion Academy's Jordan Glasgow steals the ball from Geneva's Chris Parrilli Monday in the Wildcat Turkey Classic in West Chicago.
Lincoln-Way Central started and finished strong, and that proved to be enough to post a 52-41 win Wednesday night over Illiana Christian in New Lenox.
The Princeton Tigers and Rochelle Hubs were locked in a back and forth game that saw 18 lead changes and nine ties in a non-conference matchup Tuesday night at Prouty Gym.
Dixon's Carly Hartle shoots over Sterling's Kaitlyn Bauer and Brooke Williams during Tuesday's game at Lancaster Gym.
St. Charles East coach Lori Drumtra tested herself upon hearing five of her players scored in double figures during Saturday's 72-68 win at St. Charles North.
During her first three seasons on the Oak Lawn varsity, LaTondra Brooks has enjoyed a lot of success with competitive teams.
Thomas netted 18 points on nine shots and hauled in 15 rebounds as host Thornwood survived a late Bloom rally for a 64-60 victory.
With 30 seconds left and a two-point lead, De La Salle had the ball and a chance to force visiting St. Joseph to foul.
Taylor Adway, of Hillcrest,looks to make a play against Reavis at Hillcrest, Tuesday, December 10th, 2013, in Country Club Hills.
This is the eighth year the Hawks, Key Club and Red Scare are working with the Marine "Toys for Tots" Foundation in sponsoring the event.
Keeping the game close throughout, the Deerfield High School boys' basketball team fell to Washington High School of Milwaukee, 52-51, Saturday, despite a 25-point effort from Eric Porter.