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PALOS HEIGHTS | Illiana Christian coach Mike Oppenhuis knew going into Saturday's 2A Agricultural Science Regional championship game that Chicago Christian was going to be ready to play.
DOLTON | Thornridge's Nick Fizer has one message Thursday for all 2A state final qualifying teams: watch out for the Falcons.
BEECHER | Beecher pitcher Sarah Crews believes when her team is working well, it can calm her down more than any early lead her offense may give her.
LANSING | When 2003 T.F. South graduate Ryan Hensley joined the Marines, he hoped for a chance to spend time with fellow Rebel alum Philip Martini. Tragically, Martini was hit by a sniper's bullet in Anbar Province on April 8, 2006, during his second deployment to Iraq.
When Illiana Christian girls soccer coach AJ Turkstra started the season, he thought this was going be a dreaded "rebuilding" year.
COUNTRY CLUB HILLS | The 2013 T.F. North track team has accomplished a goal nearly 50 years in the making: winning a conference title.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Crete-Monee freshman Adrianna Vera has a motor that wasn't going to stop and let her Warriors lose.
CHICAGO | Seton Academy baseball coach James Thornton and his staff have been working with center fielder William Thomas about when to dive and when not to dive for fly balls.
BEECHER | Bobbi Stanula and the Beecher girls soccer team may have had some trouble finishing their scoring chances this 2013 season, but that hasn't stopped the Ladycats from being competitive and posting a winning record of 9-5-1 this year.
SOUTH HOLLAND | Despite some early errors behind him, Seton Academy starter Nick Tanniehill battled through and decided to pick his team up.
BEECHER | Beecher's Bobbi Stanula knows the Ladycats can play with anyone. Stanula and company are just having trouble finding the net to finish their scoring chances and win the close matches.
PALOS HEIGHTS | Just two weeks ago, Illiana Christian's Victoria Archie thought it would be fun to give the long jump a try. Now, she's taking first place in the same competition.
Thornton Fractional freshman Nicole Vega may still be getting used to her teammates, but that's not stopping her United from winning their way through the learning curve.
SOUTH HOLLAND | Illiana Christian freshman goal keeper Mikinsey Pruim came up with what became the game-winning save with three minutes remaining in the Vikings non-conference match with Bloom Township.
LANSING | T.F. South's Jackson Campbell doesn't like jumping in the cold. That didn't stop him from capturing first with a 19 foot, 4-inch leap in the long jump at Saturday's T.F. South Invitational.
LANSING | After a spring filled with rain, Illiana Christian's Brooke Van Der Aa was just happy to get the Vikings' first home game in without another cancellation.
LANSING | For T.F. South starter Devin Pieper, it sure makes a day on the pitching rubber easier when your team scores eight runs in the first. The Rebels used an eight run bottom of the first to overcome South Suburban Blue Conference rival T.F. North 17-0 in five innings. Rebels leadoff hi…
LANSING | T.F. South's Jessica Gomez may be undefeated, but she's not letting her unblemished record make her complacent. Gomez ran her record to 40-0 on the season and went 7-0 on the day to win first place in the No. 1 singles at the T.F. South Red Invite. The Rebels won the team competiti…
CALUMET CITY | Thornton Fractional's Debo Akinsanya wasn't going to give up on this play until the ball was in the back of the net.
BEECHER | For Beecher baseball coach Brandon DuBois, the game cancellations keep coming, and it's starting to appear that some of the 2013 season will be lost for good.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | After Tuesday's loss to Andrew, Marian Catholic coach Kerri Evans reminded her team that the 2012 softball season got off to a shaky start before the Spartans settled in and learned from their early season struggles.
CALUMET CITY | Considering his girls are on spring break, T.F. United coach Alejandro Lagunas thought his team might lose a little bit of focus at Thursday's South Suburban Blue match against Bremen. After a quick pregame chat, the United got down to business and came out focused on the way …
CALUMET CITY | Thornton Fractional freshman Nicole Vega sure isn't fazed by the varsity game or the level of competition.
Crete-Monee freshman Adrianna Vera has already been impressing her soccer coaches with her play on the pitch, and with the impressive resume she's built in the classroom, it looks like the Warriors have found a special player for the coming years.
Bloom Township's Bria Gaines is a team player. Period.
Marian Catholic coach Annie Byrne has been leading a busy life since the team won the Class 4A state title on March 2, but she isn't minding the extra obligations.
HARVEY | For the Marian Catholic boys basketball team, this win has been a long time coming.
HARVEY | When Stagg cut Bloom Township's lead to 37-34 with just over five minutes left in the game, it appeared as if the Class 4A Thornton Sectional semifinal was about to get interesting.
HARVEY | Marian Catholic's Ki-Jana Crawford embraces his role of shut down defender, and on Wednesday night at the 4A Thornton Township Sectional opener, he excelled in that defensive role.
Around the halls of Seton Academy, it's just not good enough to reach the state finals any more. The Sting want to get there, and they want to win it all.
LOCKPORT | When T.F. North's Greg McClain stole the ball and scored an open layup for the Meteors with 3:30 left in the third quarter, no one in the gym knew that would be the Meteors only bucket for the next nine minutes.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Thornton proved Wednesday it's not how you start, but how you finish.
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.
OAK FOREST | Deland Deere and the Meteors are made for just this type of game.
CHICAGO | Marian Catholic traveled all the way to Mother McAuley on Tuesday night and returned to Chicago Heights with a 57-35 sectional semifinal win against neighboring Bloom Township.
Seton Academy's Mariah Cole and Desiree Jackson are the last line of defense on a team that takes pride in its defense.
BLUE ISLAND | Despite the way the season ended, first-year Crete-Monee coach Christina Cobbins helped the Warriors take one giant leap forward this year.
LANSING | Last season, T.F. South's Joe Young just wanted to reach the state finals. This season, Young is a year older, and he wants a little bit more.
BLUE ISLAND | Crete-Monee's first sectional victory in three years didn't come easy.
SOUTH HOLLAND | Janeah Stewart and the Thornwood girls basketball team know they're going to have to play better than this if they're going to hang around the playoffs for much longer.
SOUTH HOLLAND | Seton Academy senior Tiffany Ellis definitely doesn't shy away from her role as a senior and leader of the team.
PALOS HEIGHTS | On crutches was not the way Blake Tisza wanted to spend Saturday at the 3A Shepard Sectional.
Bloom Township senior Bria Gaines isn't one for individual awards or honors. Gaines knows that good players are a reflection of those around them, and she is the first to credit each Bloom Township player for helping out along the way.
LANSING | After Friday night's win, Illiana Christian coach Tom Roozeboom told his players this was their first complete game of the season.
SOUTH HOLLAND | After the ups and downs of the regular season, Seton Academy is playing its best basketball in the playoffs.
LANSING | T.F. South junior Ninah Bertrand didn't want to send the Rebels seniors out like this.
Now that the T.F. South girls bowling team has made the state finals, Rebels coach Bob Quayle doesn't want the team to settle for just that accomplishment.
Seton Academy coach Kevin Green knows who his top general would be if he were ever elected president:
OAK FOREST | For the T.F. South girls bowling team, this trip to state has been four years in the making.
LANSING | Illiana Christian's Caleb Jonkman just knows how to be in the right place at the right time.
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