LANSING | The annual Civil War football rivalry played between Thornton Fractional South High School and arch-rival T.F. North of neighboring Calumet City usually manages to highlight the differences between the students, the schools and their home communities.
T.F. North assistant coach Mike Anaclerio, center, and his players pause for a moment of silence honoring his sister Mary Anaclerio before the start of the T.F. North and T.F. South game Friday night at South in Lansing. Mary Anaclerio, who was autistic and died of colon cancer, was honored …
A commemorative coin honoring Mary Anaclerio, who was the sister of T.F. North assistant coach Mike Anaclerio, is used for the coin toss before the start of Friday night's T.F. North and T.F. South game at South. Mary Anaclerio, who was autistic and died of colon cancer, was honored as part …
T.F. North assistant coach Mike Anaclerio, center; his mother, Kathleen Anaclerio, right; and his son, Benjamin Anaclerio, 5, share a moment after honoring Mike's sister Mary Anaclerio with a coin toss before the start of Friday night's T.F. North and T.F. South game at South in Lansing. Mar…
T.F. North and T.F. South players wore blue socks as part of autism awareness during their game Friday night at South. Blue is the color for autism awareness.
The "Little Engine That Can" team for Autism Speaks hosted a fundraiser Sunday at Popolano's Pizza and Pub, offering drink specials, raffle prizes and a bean bag tournament.
Tony Abdallah competes Sunday in the bean bag tournment, part of the Austism Speaks fundraiser at Poplolano's Pizza and Pub in Lansing.
The Autism Speaks fundraiser Sunday at Popolano's Pizza and Pub in Lansing raised more than $500.
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