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Marian Catholic's Lauren Ringo dives to make a play in Wednesday's second game against T.F. South.
T.F. South's Brittany Krusza passes in the third game against Marian Catholic on Wednesday.
Marian Catholic's Allyson Brooks and Debra Miller block a spike attempt by T.F. South's Crystal Lee in the second game Wednesday.
T.F. South's Sarah Kessler, left, tries to spike against the Marian Catholic block of Debra Miller and Allyson Brooks on Wednesday. At far right is T.F. South's Brianna Lilly.
Marian Catholic's Abigail Freeman watches the ball to see if she kept the play alive Wednesday against T.F. South.
Marian Catholic players celebrate a point in the last game against T.F. South on Wednesday.
Lowell product Jacki Fletcher is the ultimate student athlete.
BEECHER | You can’t keep a good team down.
Indiana’s Dustin DeMuth takes care of business on and off the diamond.
Times No. 4 Marian Catholic's Chris Baker, right, in congratulated by teammates after hitting a home run against No. 1 Mount Carmel Thursday. Mount Carmel won 3-2.
Mt. Carmel's Malik Carpenter is tagged out at third by Marian's Mark DiLuia after driving in teammate Dave Dobrinich to give the Caravan a 2-1 lead in the third inning on Thursday. Carpenter was trying to stretch a double into a triple.
Marian Catholic's Matt Clary slides in to home plate on Thursday afternoon at Mount Carmel. Caravan catcher Scott Kapers looks to make the tag. Clary was called out.
Marian Catholic's Matt Clary looks at the umpire after sliding in to home plate and being tagged by Mount Carmel catcher Scott Kapers on Thursday. Times No. 1 Mount Carmel topped No. 4 Marian 3-2.
Marian Catholic's Matt Clary slides in to home plate and is tagged out by Mount Carmel catcher Scott Kapers Thursday. Clary claims he slid around the tag.
Marian Catholic's Matt Clary slides in to home plate as Mount Carmel Catcher Scott Kapers waits for A.J. Lewis' throw on Thursday. Clary was ruled out on a close play.
Mount Carmel relief pitcher Dave Dobrinich pitched a scoreless seventh inning Thursday against Marian Catholic to earn a save in the Caravan's 2-1 win.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Not only was the weather very cold Wednesday, with a brisk wind from the northeast making it quite uncomfortable to play baseball, but Marian Catholic’s bats have been cold during a three-game losing streak.
Marian Catholic's Tyler Ulis is The Times Player of the Year for the second straight year. He will play in Wednesday's McDonald's All-American Games Wednesday at United Center.
Marian Catholic's Tyler Ulis led the Spartans to 29 wins in two years and two straight super-sectional appearances.
Marian Catholic's Tyler Ulis averaged 23.3 points and 6.8 assists per game for the 28-3 Spartans. He is The Times Player of the Year for the second straight year.
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