04/23/2014, 2:30am CDT, By Mike Chamernik | For Sun-Times Media | @MikeChamernik
The Vikings collected seven hits and seven runs in the big inning.
04/23/2014, 2:15am CDT, By Eric Van Dril | For Sun-Times Media | @VanDrilSports
The Spartans had easy victories in all three singles matches, dropping a total of three games.
04/22/2014, 10:30pm CDT, By Matt Le Cren
Metea Valley scored one goal early and another late and knocked off host Naperville North 2-0 on Tuesday in Naperville. It was Metea Valley’s first win over the two-time defending state champion Huskies.
04/22/2014, 9:47pm CDT, By Tony Baranek | Tbaranek@southtownstar.com
Tony Smith, the ex-Homewood-Flossmoor coach who had been suspended indefinitely by the Illinois High School Association since Feb. 19 amid allegations of recruiting violations, was reinstated to coaching eligibility by the IHSA board of directors at a meeting on Tuesday.
04/22/2014, 9:44pm CDT, By Patrick Z. McGavin
Junior forward Esme Kline has made the transition from a complementary player to the primary focus, and Young has been the beneficiary.
04/22/2014, 9:33pm CDT, By Phil Brozynski
Downers North rode the performance of junior middle hitters Jonathan Poortinga and Michal Mierzwa to a 32-30, 25-18 upset of No. 10 Lyons in West Suburban Silver play Tuesday in Downers Grove. Poortinga had nine kills and six blocks and Mierzwa had four kills.
04/22/2014, 9:00pm CDT, By Steve Nemeth
In the battle of Saint Charles, a late goal from North's Sophia Pohl ensured a 1-1 draw against East.
04/22/2014, 8:24pm CDT, By Blake Baumgartner
Greg Scandora had four RBI, including a three-run double with two outs in the sixth inning, to lead Wheaton North to a 12-3 win over Naperville North.
04/22/2014, 8:13pm CDT, By Patrick Z. McGavin
Buffalo Grove maintains its grip on the top spot while Lyons leaps to No. 4.
04/22/2014, 8:12pm CDT, By Pat Disabato | email@example.com
Northern Illinois recruit Brad Wood is 3-1 with one save and a 1.96 ERA, while hitting .404 with six doubles, two triples, one homer and 12 RBI for St. Laurence.