- 1 Fatal shooting at church parking lot in Griffith
- 2 Highland cops arrest 27 at underage drinking party
- 3 Lake Station mayor, wife, stepdaughter plead not guilty to corruption charges
- 4 Feds: Lake Station mayor gambled away campaign, food pantry cash
- 5 Rape charge may have triggered domestic homicide
Thornton Fractional North
T.F. North head coach Tim Bankston discusses a call with a referee during a game against Farragut at the 2013 Bob Hambric Shootout. The Meteors face Mount Carmel at 7 p.m. Saturday.
Thornton Fractional's Zach Hill, front, steals the ball from Oak Forest's Jacob Rygula. T.F. United blanked the Bengals 9-0.
Thornton Fractional's Daniel Stellfox, right, steals the ball from Oak Forest's Max Butler as T.F. United won the South Suburban Blue contest 9-0 on Thursday.
Thornton Fracitonal's Jose Sandoval looks to score on Oak Forest's goalie Alex Kush on Thursday in Calumet City.
Thornton Fractional's Ray Kobus scores on Oak Forest goalie Alex Kush during the United's 9-0 win on Thursday. Kobus scored twice as did teammate Luis Ramirez.
Thornton Fractional's Jesus Alvarez, left, moves up field against Oak Forest's Shane Collery during T.F. United's 9-0 win on Thursday.
Thornton Fractional's Kennedy Osorio, front, gets tied up with an Oak Forest defender Thursday.
T.F. United's Alexis Gallegos gets by Oak Forest goalie Alex Kush for a goal Thursday afternoon.
Thornton Fractional's Jefferson Feussom celebrates at midfield after scoring the first goal of his career.
T.F. North's starting pitcher Sara Daw has been a workhorse for the Meteors, who play T.F. South Monday for the third time this year.
T.F. South's Natalie Pascual throws against T.F. North late in the game on Tuesday. The Rebels won 19-3 in five innings.
T.F. South's Cori Reynolds races for home as she hit an inside-the-park homer Tuesday against T.F. North. It was Reynolds' second homer in as many days.
T.F. North's left fielder Adilia Maldonado has a T.F. South fly ball go over her head during Tuesday's game in Calumet City.
T.F. South's Daviea Cowans rounds third after hitting an iniside-the-park home run against T.F. North in the fourth inning on Tuesday.
T.F. South's Sydney Harrison rounds second in the third inning of Tuesday's game against T.F. North. Harrison made it around the bases, but was called out for not tagging third base on her way home. She finished with five RBIs on the day.
T.F. North's center fielder Christin Causey has a fly ball fall in front of her during Tuesday's game against T.F. South in Calumet City.
T.F. North's starting pitcher Sara Daw throws against T.F. South during Tuesday's game in Calumet City.
T.F. South's starting pitcher Devin Pieper threw three innings of no-hit ball in the Rebels' 19-3, five-inning win over T.F. North on Tuesday.
T.F. South's Marcy Evans hits a two-run single in the third inning of the Rebels' 19-3, five-inning win over T.F. North on Tuesday.
T.F. North's Bill Wilson passes time as the rain falls by jumping over the dugout fence as teammate Mike Steele, left, watches. The T.F. South vs. T.F. North baseball game was called due to a heavy rain storm on Monday.
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