Naperville Central’s doubles team of Cass Goldner and Hannah Swarm continued quite a comeback story Thursday, advancing to the fourth round of the state tennis meet in the north suburbs.
Oct. 23 8:24 p.m. |
Games to watch: Wheaton South-Naperville Central, Naperville North-Glenbard North, Marian Catholic-Benet, Neuqua Valley-Metea Valley and South Elgin-Waubonsie Valley.
Oct. 23 7:22 p.m. |
Secretary of State Jesse White says Neuqua Valley High School's driver education program should be emulated by other schools.
Oct. 22 3:36 p.m. |
Batavia, the second seed within the 19-school Bolingbrook Sectional, dispatched 15th-seeded Plainfield East 3-0. Seventh-seeded Neuqua Valley had to earn a 2-1 win over Metea Valley.
Down 24-21 in its third game against St. Charles North, Neuqua got a pair of kills from Kaelan Haag and one from Abby Skryd down the stretch to come back and cap off an 11-25, 25-22, 26-24 win.
Brooke Antenen played a key role in Drury University’s volleyball team reaching .500 in the conference with a pair of double-doubles in assists and digs.
Yuen and Singhsumalee each shot 69s on Saturday. But Yuen shot a 73 Friday, two strokes clear of Singhsumalee, and that was enough to give her another state title. She also finished second in a rain-shortened meet her freshman year.
Oct. 18 8:10 p.m. |
Waubonsie Valley scored the game-winning touchdown on a 32-yard pass from Zack Bennema to Keaton Casey with 1:18 remaining.
Oct. 17 11:44 p.m. |
The Wildcats are the favorite in the boys race as the Upstate Eight River and Valley cross country meet will be held Saturday at Lords Park in Elgin.
Capsule previews of Waubonsie Valley-Neuqua Valley at North Central, Benet-Joliet Catholic, Naperville Central-Lake Park, Naperville North-Wheaton North, Metea Valley-Glenbard East.
Oct. 16 7:45 p.m. |