Hebron senior Rylie Shrum practices her shooting with her teammates in the high school gymnasium Monday. She's averaging 11 points a game.
Hebron's Rylie Shrum scored in double figures in three of the first-four games of the season.
Hebron's Rylie Shrum is shooting 52 percent from the field and 65 percent at the free-throw line through six games this season.
Hebron's Rylie Shrum practices with her team in the high school gymnasium Monday.
Hebron's Rylie Shrum gathers basketballs before practice with her team in the high school gymnasium Monday.
Hebron's Rylie Shrum, left, practices with her team in the high school gymnasium, Monday. She is averaging eight rebounds and two steals a game.
Ken Rapier, right, president of the Chicago Dodo Chapter of Tuskegee Airmen Inc., and Victor Croswell talk Friday to students at Schrum Memorial Middle School in Calumet City about the film "Red Tails" after students watched the movie and studied the Tuskegee Airmen for Black History Month.
Ken Rapier and Victor Croswell, who represent a group dedicated to the memory of the Tuskegee Airmen, get a standing ovation Friday by students at Schrum Memorial Middle School in Calumet City, including Jazzlyn Watson, foreground, before they spoke to the students about the movie "Red Tails…
LANSING | For Schererville resident Fred Schrum, the glory days of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7660 are intertwined with the village of Lansing.
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