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.
T.F. South's Ashtyn Kapovich is The Times Female Athlete of the Year after having a great year in both softball and volleyball. Rebels softball coach Jamie Arundel said Kapovich has a heart of gold.
T.F. South senior Ashtyn Kapovich starred in volleyball and softball in leading the Rebels to successful seasons in both sports. she is The Times Female Athlete of the Year.
Ashtyn Kapovich, a T.F South High School volleyball and softball player, is the Times Female Athlete of the Year.
T.F. South's Brian Seymour, right, said he is excited to play under the lights at Gary's U.S. Steel Yard. The Rebels play rival T.F. North at 7 p.m. today.
LANSING | It was a long week for the T.F South baseball team and Saturday capped off a tough, winless week.
LANSING |Ashtyn Kapovich took the ACT Saturday morning, but do not accuse her of taking the cerebral approach with her to the softball field Saturday afternoon.
LANSING | It couldn't have been a much more beautiful day for T.F. South's home opener, and a large crowd came out to see the Rebels take the field on their newly-finished home turf.
LANSING | Making a play here or missing a play there can be the difference in the outcome of a game.
T.F. North grad Claude Garrett signed to play football for South Alabama. He was attending North Dakota State College of Science.
T. F. South's Ka-Ton Mays strips the ball away from Tinley Park's Femi Elutilo during the first half of their basketball game in Tinley Park on Wednesday. T.F. South won, 72-68.
Tinley Park's Tyrone Van Osten blocks a shot by T. F. South's Wendell Daniels during the first half of their basketball game in Tinley Park on Wednesday. T.F. South won, 72-68.
T. F. South's Wendell Daniels blocks a shot by Tinley Park's Tremayne Hollis during the first half of their basketball game in Tinley Park on Wednesday. T.F. South won, 72-68.
T.F. South's Jamahre Baker goes to the floor as he fights for the ball with Tinley Park's Billy Johnson during the first half of their basketball game in Tinley Park on Wednesday. T.F. South won, 72-68.
T. F. South's Ronald Ryan goes to the floor along with two Tinley Park defenders during the first half of their basketball game in Tinley Park on Wednesday. T.F. South won, 72-68.
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