RIVER FOREST | Three times in as many years, Seton Academy's girls basketball team walked into the super-sectional — the last two at Concordia University — with hopes of a berth in the state semifinals at Illinois State.
LOCKPORT | When T.F. North's Greg McClain stole the ball and scored an open layup for the Meteors with 3:30 left in the third quarter, no one in the gym knew that would be the Meteors only bucket for the next nine minutes.
LOCKPORT | T.F. North did not start Tuesday's game the way Tim Bankston envisioned.
SOUTH HOLLAND | Sometimes a close game will wake up a team like a bucket of cold water in the face.
BLOOMINGTON | Marian Catholic girls basketball coach Annie Byrne gave her senior captain Megan Walsh a big bear hug and these words: “I told you we would get there.”
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Thornton may have struggled with rebounding all night, but Da'Marques Turner secured the ball for the Wildcats when they needed it most.
If you watched Mount Carmel wide receiver Jason Gasser, you would think the Caravan were going deep on every play.
CRETE | Crete-Monee's Nyles Morgan may only be a junior, but the linebacker has already caught plenty of eyes of college coaches.
BEECHER | It took the Beecher girls volleyball team some time to get going, and it turned out to be costly for the host Ladycats on Thursday night.
Washington's Miguel Delgado may not be playing at 100 percent, but the Patriots are happy to take the goalkeeper in any shape the senior is in.
PALOS HEIGHTS | The Illiana Christian boys soccer team showed it's not how you start. It is how you finish.
CHICAGO | There was plenty of drama to go around in the Gardner-South Wilmington regional opener Monday.
JOLIET | If T.F. North shoots free throws on Tuesday the way it did on Monday, it will not be returning to Joliet Central on Friday.
ORLAND PARK | Everything was falling into place for Marian Catholic early in the fourth quarter of its Class 4A sectional semifinal game against Marist.
DEKALB | The Seton Academy girls basketball team probably couldn't have imagined a more nightmarish start to their Class 1A DeKalb Supersectional game against Freeport Aquin.
It's safe to say the Homewood-Flossmoor girls basketball team is more than familiar with the Lincoln-Way East squad.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Teniya Page doesn't say much on the basketball court.
DES PLAINES | Seton Academy was expected by almost everyone to waltz through Monday night's Class 1A sectional semifinal game against Ida Crown Jewish Academy.
This trip is nothing new for Marian Catholic's Katleyn Kresal.
OLYMPIA FIELDS | The glitter headbands and ribbons the volleyball players from Illiana Christian wore Thursday night for the playoffs is not a new tradition.
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