Already solidly in the Class 8A playoffs, Waubonsie Valley was matched almost score for score in the first half by South Elgin
Oct. 25 12:43 a.m. |
Third-year Neuqua Valley coach Bill Ellinghaus isn’t afraid to acknowledge his team’s need to establish the run in order to be successful.
Somehow, some way, the Tigers escaped No. 8 Naperville Central on Friday night with a 27-20 victory to take the conference title and become playoff eligible.
Oct. 24 11:27 p.m. |
The Redwings rolled to a 66-7 East Suburban Catholic win Friday over Marian Catholic, securing a playoff spot in the process.
Oct. 24 10:42 p.m. |
Powers, who played baseball at Benet, became one of the eight finalists in the 2014 Re/Max Long Drive Championship after drilling a 402-yard drive last month at a competition in Mesquite, Nev.
Oct. 24 9:58 p.m. |
Ensign scored the first goal of Friday’s Class 3A Naperville North Regional title game with a 17-yard rocket on the run in the first half, then heaved two long throw-ins that set up goals in the second half as the host Huskies knocked off Bolingbrook 3-0.
Oct. 24 8:48 p.m. |
Matt Le Cren
One of the things that attracted junior Troy Kelleher, an Ohio native, to North Central was the way that the Cardinals and legendary coach Al Carius develop their runners.
The 12-year-old Naperville resident is a big fan of the San Francisco Giants’ biggest player, the 250-pound Pablo “Kung Fu Panda” Sandoval. She’s also no longer epileptic, and that might be the biggest and best thing about her life today.
Kickoff is 7 p.m. Saturday at McCully Stadium, Wheaton.
The Naperville Central junior’s bid for a repeat singles championship is still alive after Chen weathered two difficult matches at the state tennis meet Friday in Buffalo Grove.
Oct. 24 8:10 p.m. |