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35 min ago | Belleville News Democrat
Sam Busekrus scored from first base on a sacrifice bunt by Jordan DeRemer in the bottom of the eighth inning as the O'Fallon Panthers beat the Belleville West Maroon 6-5 on Thursday.
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4 hrs ago | Kane Co. Chronicle
ST. CHARLES – Shouting and clapping intensified Thursday with each new visitor to the alley bisecting St. Charles East's tennis courts.
"My little girl Nicki, she's always there when we need goals," Blyth said. "We just play off each other really well."
It took a little while for the final team points to be tabulated at the Hillcrest Lady Hawk Classic, but it was worth waiting for to Shepard.
Lemont's Emily Durham was an MVP foul ball shagger for the first five innings of Thursday's 5-4 South Suburban Blue victory over visiting Tinley Park.
McHENRY – Over the course of five lesson-producing losses this spring, McHenry's softball team waited patiently for its offense to come around.
His name isn't one that will just roll off the tongue, and it may take some time before he is a household name at Warren.
Michael Savio slammed 17 kills, and Nick Meyer added 11, as Lake Zurich's boys volleyball team remained undefeated in the North Suburban Conference with a 25-23, 19-25, 25-23 win over host Lake Forest Wednesday night.
Taylor Sterkowitz was 10 years old when she made a crowd gasp with her mighty bat for the first time.
Hall's D.J. Glynn holds Bureau County records in the 100, 200 and 400 and was the state champion in each event in 1999.
Morris senior Emily Ashworth takes the ball away from Kaneland sophomore Holly Collingbourne on Tuesday during the first half in Morris.
Theresa Curtis and Juliana Frusolone homered, and Grayslake Central's softball team pounded out 12 hits in an 11-7 win over host Prairie Ridge in Fox Valley Conference action Tuesday.
The Celtics scored 50 runs last week in wins over Naperville Central, a 17-8 final, Lincoln-Way Central, 14-5, and Lincoln-Way East, 19-9.
Oak Forest's roster may not boast the tremendous depth of years past, but it does have the personnel that deserves respect.
League play starts this week in the Red, which features four teams ranked in the SouthtownStar's Top 10. There's no prohibitive favorite and each week should feature multiple games with title implications.