03/08/2014, 9:37pm CST, By Tony Baranek| email@example.com
Marian Catholic forgot about Friday’s loss to Young and rolled to a 45-34 win over Geneva in Saturday’s Class 4A third-place game.
03/08/2014, 8:45pm CST, By Gary Larsen
Senior Mike Vennetti punctuated a long climb to prominence for Providence with an overtime goal on Saturday, giving the Celtics their first Kennedy Cup in a 4-3 win over Benet.
03/08/2014, 6:27pm CST, By Tony Baranek | firstname.lastname@example.org
Montini’s three-point prowess was on full display Saturday in the Broncos’ 57-44 Class 3A state final win over Joliet Catholic at Redbird Arena.
03/08/2014, 5:59pm CST, By Phil Brozynski
Montini knocked down 11-three pointers on Saturday to win its fourth Class 3A state title in five years with 57-44 victory over Joliet Catholic on Saturday. Kelly Karlis led the Broncos with 16 points.
03/08/2014, 5:22pm CST, By Steve Millar
Mother McAuley graduated five seniors, including four All-Staters from a team that finished third at state finals last seasn. But with Clare Bryar leading the Mighty Macs offense and Fran Williamson fronting the defense, McAuley should be set for the long haul.
03/08/2014, 4:15pm CST, By Eric Van Dril | For Sun-Times Media | @VanDrilSports
The senior shooting guard was a standout player and leader.
03/08/2014, 3:38pm CST, By Gene Chamberlain
Despite losing to Quincy Notre Dame 64-40 in the Class 3A third place game Saturday, Burlington Central still earned its first basketball trophy in school history. The Rockets, who didn’t play with a senior in its first seven all year, were led by Sam Pryor’s 10 points.
03/08/2014, 3:30pm CST, By Paul Johnson
Geneva fell behind 16-2 in the first quarter of Saturday’s third-place game against Marian Catholic. But it fought back to make it a game, cutting the lead to three early in the fourth quarter, before falling 45-34.
03/08/2014, 3:30pm CST, By Gary Larsen | For Sun-Times Media | @GaryLarsen3
“Shlomo is a tough, tough kid,” Yeshiva boys basketball coach Ira Shyman said. “He can knife into the lane, he has a beautiful hesitation move and he finds people."
03/08/2014, 12:00pm CST, By Michael O’Brien
Amidst a season filled with controversy, Curie’s Cliff Alexander was still able to cement his legacy as one of Chicago’s most profilic big men of all-time and earn Sun-Times Player of the Year honors.