East Suburban Catholic Conference
MUNSTER | Shayley Summers took a bottle near the end of the fourth game and got a fresh diaper in the middle of an intense fifth.
MERRILLVILLE | Brad Bohlen probably didn't want anyone to know his secret to success with hitting, but the cat is about to be out of the bag.
CHICAGO | This game was one for the taking for Marian Catholic girls basketball.
This trip is nothing new for Marian Catholic's Katleyn Kresal.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Marian Catholic needed something to get it going Friday night, so it brought out its Catch-22.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Crete-Monee can't be faulted for taking pride in its boys soccer win over Marian Catholic.
MUNSTER | Tracy Afman is preparing rewards if her Munster volleyball team wins its Wednesday game.
LANSING | Marian Catholic setter Colleen Rynne believes in spreading the wealth around.
Marian Catholic's Robert Ruiz waits for a play Friday at Marian Catholic High School.
Marian Catholic quarterback, Rob Cifelli, throws the ball Friday at Marian Catholic High School.
St. Viator prepares to snap the ball Friday at Marian Catholic High School.
Marian Catholic's Jeruel Taylor waits for a play Friday against St. Viator at Marian Catholic High School.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Saturday was a great day to play two.
LANSING | As the teams warmed up in the rain Friday, Marian Catholic softball coach Kerri Evans worried her girls might not be ready to play host T.F. South.
Despite an underdog role, Marian Catholic has played rival Homewood-Flossmoor tough this season.
After rallying from a six-point deficit late for a tie, Marian Catholic allowed Nazareth Academy to score the next four points in the Spartans 57-53 East Suburban Catholic Conference loss on Friday.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | With a tough week ahead, Times No. 1 Marian Catholic wasted little time in setting the tone for what is a busy schedule.
VILLA PARK | Marian Catholic did its job of neutralizing Glendale (Wis.) center Alex Cohen in Monday's contest at the 21st Annual McDonald's Shootout at Willowbrook High School.
Rebounding from a one-time 16-point deficit, host Marian Catholic missed a game-tying 3-pointer in the final seconds as Notre Dame escaped with a 61-58 East Suburban Catholic Conference victory on Saturday night.
Tyler Ulis buried a 3-pointer and DiAndre Bellamy followed with two free throws to ignite a 6-0 run midway through the fourth quarter.
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