04/18/2014, 11:30am CDT, By Mike Chamernik | For Sun-Times Media | @MikeChamernik
“I feel like we can win conference for sure, win regional and then move on from there,” the senior outfielder said.
04/18/2014, 11:00am CDT, By Eric Van Dril | For Sun-Times Media | @VanDrilSports
“For Jackie and Alex, they really are starting to know who does what well, and where each other is going to be,” Trevians girls soccer coach Jim Burnside said. “They’re different, but they complement each other very well.”
04/17/2014, 11:25pm CDT, By Joe Henricksen | @joehoopsreport
Sonny Parker, the father of Jabari Parker, and Simeon coach Robert Smith give their thoughts on the basketball prodigy's decision to go pro.
04/17/2014, 11:22pm CDT, By Joshua Welge
Naperville North senior Jake Pecorin edged New Trier’s Josh Rosenkranz by less than a second in the 3,200 with an effort of 9:31.83 Thursday in his school’s Gus Scott Invitational. Oak Park-River Forest won the team title with 306 points.
04/17/2014, 11:20pm CDT, By Phil Brozynski
Following the graduation of Joe Farrell and Zach Greene, Glenbard East was in need of a veteran offensive presence. Sterling Grove, a 5-11 outside hitter, has stepped into the role in a big way.
04/17/2014, 11:19pm CDT, By Phil Brozynski
Brother Rice leaps three places to No. 6 while Lincoln-Way North and East trade the top two spots. Find a complete list of the rankings here.
04/17/2014, 11:16pm CDT, By Tim Tierney
Julian Hylton rushed for 2,500 yards and 32 touchdowns in the fall to lead Lincoln-Way North to the Class 6A quarterfinals, and this spring he will try to win a state title in the 100-meter dash after finishing second in 3A last year.
04/17/2014, 11:05pm CDT, By Bill Harrison
Downers South trailed 2-0 heading into the bottom of the sixth before Melissa Orton got a six-run inning going with a homer in the 6-2 win over Naperville Central.
04/17/2014, 11:04pm CDT, By Tony Baranek | email@example.com
Lemont’s Emily Durham was pretty much lights out after Tinley Park rallied dramatically from a 5-0 deficit, retiring all five batters she faced as the Indians held on for a 5-4 win Thursday.
04/17/2014, 10:56pm CDT, By Rick Armsteong
Host Yorkville got school records from Rachel Augius in the high jump (5-6) and Skyler Bollinger in the 3,200 (10:45.73) and utilized superior depth to roll to the girls team title with 216 points at Matt Wulf Invitational Thursday at Yorkville.