12/04/2013, 5:50pm CST, By MICHAEL O’BRIEN | firstname.lastname@example.org | @michaelsobrien
Nick Irvin’s Morgan Park squad was left off the bill for the Chicago Elite Classic for the second consecutive year. His response? Create a shootout on the same day that features mounds of intriguing in-state talent and matchups.
12/04/2013, 5:44pm CST, By Dick Goss email@example.com
With some key players missing, other players have had to step up in their absence and Plainfield South coach Tim Boe feels that that added experience will help the team in the long run.
12/03/2013, 11:00pm CST, By Michael Wojtychiw
Basketball news and notes from Tuesday you may have missed.
12/03/2013, 10:30pm CST, By Dan Shalin | For Sun-Times Media | @danshalin
Freshman twins Kaylie and Kyra VanDoren excel for Vikings
12/03/2013, 10:23pm CST, By BY Matt Le Cren
Kelly Thornton scored Wheaton North’s final seven points as the Falcons held on to defeat Naperville North 63-57 in the DuPage Valley Conference opener for both teams.
12/03/2013, 10:21pm CST, By Michael O'Brien | firstname.lastname@example.org | @michaelsobrien
According to IHSA Executive Director Marty Hickman, Alexander cannot play Friday at the Marshall County Shootout.
12/03/2013, 10:18pm CST, By Bryan Bonato
Jachai Taylor scored eight of his 12 points in the fourth quarter, and Tyler Williams and Tyrone Whittington each hit a pair of free throws in the final 18 seconds as host Waukegan held off Maine West 61-59 on Tuesday to notch its first win of the season.
12/03/2013, 10:15pm CST, By Clyde Travis
Curie coach Mike Oliver is crying foul after being informed by the IHSA that 6-9 star center Cliff Alexander has been suspended one game.
12/03/2013, 10:15pm CST, By Gene Chamberlain
Trailing South Elgin by six points with 3:21 left in regulation, Geneva kept its composure and rallied to a 72-66 overtime win.
12/03/2013, 10:05pm CST, By Phil Brozynski
Alexis Glasgow led the way with 26 points, Ashley Montanez added 18 points and Jackie Kemp had 16 points, seven rebounds and 13 assists as Rolling Meadows hung on against host Fremd on Tuesday for a 71-68 victory.