T.f. South Rebels
CHARLESTON | T.F. South knew it had the school's first state badminton title early in the day Saturday.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Devin Pieper didn't know it until afterward, but the T.F. South softball hurler was the wily veteran in her pitching matchup Monday with Bloom's Katie Frederick.
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.
HARVEY | When Thornridge junior basketball player Victor Trout made a bucket off a steal to tie T.F. South on Saturday, it appeared the Falcons were poised to take control of the game.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Tyler Ulis would rather pass the ball than shoot it.
LANSING | Lemont has been a thorn in T.F. South's side for three years.
OAK FOREST | Pretty much like the Crete-Monee girls track team as a whole Friday night, senior Tayler Whittler started the night strong and never had to look back.
LANSING | Even though they've only been playing together since the beginning of this season, T.F. South's Shannon Pollard and Jenna Pasko have emerged as one of the most effective and talented badminton doubles teams in Illinois.
LANSING | Thornton Fractional South sophomore Jessica Gomez does not think of herself as an especially confident badminton player.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | After T.F. South blew a five run lead against Bloom Township, all the Rebels could do was keep hitting.
LANSING | T.F. South opened its busy slate of softball games with a short one Monday.
LANSING | Thornton Fractional South girls basketball coach Steve Breshock said his team know what it was up against Monday night, and Hillcrest in turn confirmed those concerns.
LANSING | Though it was a girls basketball game Monday at T.F. South, the pace was closer to that of a baseball game with a score a football game.
CALUMET CITY | This slow start was too much for T.F. South to overcome.
FRANKFORT | Thornton Fractional South senior Paul Pierce had been playing suffocating on-ball defense against Lincoln-Way Central, but the captain's two biggest plays Monday may have come when he left his man open.
LANSING | T.F. South coach Kim Sands pulled out the big guns when she asked Rebels libero Ashtyn Kapovich to ground her jump serve.
View photos from the Crete-Monee at T.F. South football game.
CHICAGO | The New York Yankees traded for Lynwood's Curtis Granderson late in 2009 to play their most storied position -- center field.
LANSING| Through the first three innings of Monday's district baseball game, passers-by may have thought T.F. North and T.F. South had traded uniforms.
MIDLOTHIAN | At the South Suburban Conference Blue girls track meet Thursday evening, things became just a bit tougher for T.F. South.
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