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IC Catholic Prep managed to turn St. Edward pitcher Lindsay Zdroik's pinpoint control into her own worst enemy on Tuesday.
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The Lancers jumped on Belleville West ace Parker Beine for three runs in the first and added three more in second on the way to an 8-3 Southwestern Conference victory over their city rivals.
One day earlier, IC Catholic Prep ended the Chargers' 18-game home winning streak by taking a tight, 4-2 game.
ST. CHARLES – It was shaping up to be a night to forget for Sophie Pohl and the St. Charles North girls soccer team.
BATAVIA – Before the start of an important three-game Upstate Eight Conference series against Batavia, the St. Charles East baseball team collectively hit the reset button.
So much, in fact, the Orland Park resident intended to focus on pinning opponents, not pounding baseballs in high school.
The Metamora track and field girls and boys teams ran against Canton and Washington in separate Mid-Illini Conference meets.
Metea Valley's Tyler Proszowski plays the ball past Plainfield Central's Shawna Watson at Metea Valley High School in Aurora, IL on Friday, March 28, 2014 Metea Valley girls soccer coach Pat Feulner, who started the program from scratch, is retiring at the end of the season after 35 years of teaching and coaching.
They built a big lead early Monday and hung on late, riding the pitching of Austin Keen and Seth Bertelsman to a 5-4 victory over the Mater Dei Knights.
University of Illinois President Robert Easter prepares to leave the press box and game after singing ''Take Me Out to the Ballgame" during the fifth-inning stretch in baseball action with Champaign Centennial playing Eisenhower at Centennial High School baseball field in Champaign on Saturday, April 19, 2014.
ST. CHARLES – St. Charles North, third-place finishers in last year's IHSA boys volleyball state tournament, is a team that area schools use to measure their progress.
In area softball action over the weekend, Coal City earned a split at home by defeating Streator and losing to Prairie Central, while GSW swept Lexington in nonconference action.
During the same week, Joshi was named one of Libertyville 'Athletes of the Week' as she collected 8 goals, 12 steals and 3 assists to help the Wildcats finish with a 3-0 record and win the Barrington tournament.
Western, relay teams key Red Hill's effort ROBINSON - Sophomore Jamesha Western scored in both throwing events Friday and the Red Hill High School girls track and field team also performed well in the relay events at the annual Sam Bennett Invitational meet hosted by Robinson High School.
Reavis senior Ally Balandis is not what you'd call a rebel, but she never has done things by the book.
Cary-Grove junior Michael Gomez has a more than usual to consider with his first NCAA Division I football scholarship offer.