Homewood Flossmoor Vikings
FLOSSMOOR | With Illinois' new defensive hand check rule, it's going to be slow going for plenty of high school teams early in the high school basketball season.
FLOSSMOOR | There are lots of things Tony Smith hopes to do at Homewood-Flossmoor, but it is almost inevitable that the first-year Vikings girls basketball coach has to start a lot of conversations these days explaining the things he said he didn't do.
FLOSSMOOR | Homewood-Flossmoor coach Craig Buzea wasn't about to play the blame game after the Vikings' tough, season-ending loss to Naperville Central.
FLOSSMOOR | Homewood-Flossmoor defensive back Will Daniels recalls the unpleasant experience of watching from the sidelines last year.
FLOSSMOOR | Little changed Friday night from the first time Homewood-Flossmoor played, and played with, Sandburg this season.
FLOSSMOOR | Darrion Sole and his Homewood-Flossmoor teammates picked up bulletin board material from some of their former teammates.
FLOSSMOOR | There is no irony in Allison Lessner's nickname, none of that calling the big kid "Tiny" sort of thing.
When No. 2 Homewood-Flossmoor's Craig Buzea and his Bolingbrook counterpart John Ivlow met at midfield for the coin toss prefacing overtime of their Friday meeting in Flossmoor, the coaches of two of Illinois' best football teams hugged.
ORLAND PARK | The first quarter in second-ranked Homewood-Flossmoor's 48-10 rout of Sandburg told the story.
FLOSSMOOR | Patrick Johnson doesn't try to add a few inches or pounds to his frame.
FLOSSMOOR | Vashon Nutt didn't know much about the single-wing offense, but the Homewood-Flossmoor senior running back knows enough not to question Vikings coach Craig Buzea.
FLOSSMOOR | It didn't take long before Homewood-Flossmoor coach Chris Reid knew that the teams were going to have to call this one.
LANSING | The score sheet was as balanced a ledger as you'll find.
LINCOLNSHIRE | What’s longer than a two-hour bus ride from Flossmoor to Lincolnshire in Friday traffic?
WORTH | Jack Mulligan still gets the one-liners directed his way.
HOMEWOOD | Whether on the volleyball court, softball field or classroom, Homewood-Flossmoor's Kaitlyn Shereyk has been a top performer.
FLOSSMOOR | Jeremy Orbik knew the game was on the line when he entered in relief in the sixth inning with Homewood-Flossmoor leading 7-5.
For Marissa Williams, all the world could be a stage.
Homewood-Flossmoor graduate Michael Buchanan knows Fighting Illini defensive ends have started a pretty good tradition.
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