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LANSING | At first glance, T.F. South guard Ninah Bertrand doesn't look like she could battle for rebounds with 6-foot players.
LANSING | Donald Stone was still savoring the moment in the T.F. South locker room Friday night.
SOUTH HOLLAND | Kris Williams knows he has to take it one takedown at a time.
When Pete McGuire retired last year after 43 years of coaching basketball, he figured the future was all golf courses and travel.
Jawann Turner said when he talks about the importance of academics to young people, he uses himself as an example.
DEKALB | Janice and Herb Klingelschmitt had three sons graduate from Mount Carmel, but the Lansing couple didn't stop supporting the Caravan.
CHICAGO | The Mount Carmel seniors said they learned more than winning from last year's senior class, who won a state title.
CHICAGO | When Mount Carmel football coach Frank Lenti looks at Lake Zurich, he said the Bears look familiar.
Kris Williams is looking to win another Class 3A state wrestling title.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | The Marian Catholic boys basketball team had just finished a two-hour practice. After gulping their sports drinks, the players wiped sweat from their brows and headed out.
The Mount Carmel linebacking crew of Sam Connolly, Troy Weissenhofer, Nick Johnson and Bob Brophy has caused havoc for opposing offenses all year.
LANSING | With top player Kat Strong out for the season with a torn ACL, Danielle King knew she and her Bloom Township teammates would have to step it up.
After five years on the job, Artie Rogers stepped down Monday as the T.F. North football coach.
Rich Rust can recall as if it were yesterday when the Hebron boys basketball team traveled to Lafayette Jeff for the regional.
The blue-collar kid from Chicago's Mount Greenwood neighborhood is not too concerned whether or not he shares the company of college football's blue bloods.
FLOSSMOOR | Homewood-Flossmoor assistant coach Jeannette LaPlante remembers Amber Barney when she first started swimming.
Sam Connolly's impact is felt beyond opposing ball carriers.
DEKALB, Ill. | With 1991 Heisman Trophy winner Desmond Howard and a national TV audience watching, Northern Illinois quarterback Jordan Lynch showed why he is a candidate for the coveted award.
Both teams want to prove to the BCS world that they are contenders.
FLOSSMOOR | Homewood-Flossmoor defensive back Will Daniels recalls the unpleasant experience of watching from the sidelines last year.
You look at Mount Carmel's offense averaging 7.1 yards-per-play and 361.4 per game and think the numbers are quite impressive.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | There may be a new coach, but Marian Catholic's girls basketball team has the same high expectations that made it one of the elite programs in the state.
CRETE | Their hopes of a repeat Class 6A title were stopped by Providence in the wet grass and mud Saturday afternoon.
CALUMET CITY | After taking a year off from cross country, T.F. North's Monica Munoz is glad she came back out.
Crete-Monee has not lacked for senior leadership and one reason is safety Jonathan Draper.
LANSING | Ask Fred Taylor's coaches about him and they'll tell you the same thing.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Marian Catholic just couldn't finish Tuesday in one semifinal of the Class 4A Marian Catholic Regional.
Christian Searles doesn't mind never leaving the field.
FLOSSMOOR | Darrion Sole and his Homewood-Flossmoor teammates picked up bulletin board material from some of their former teammates.
John Collet wasn't trying to imitate Pheidippides, the first marathoner, but he ran the same way Pheidippides did.
Bloom Township coach Tony Palombi wasn't in shock when he found out his Blazing Trojans (5-4) drew Class 8A No. 1 Bolingbrook (9-0) in the first round of the playoffs.
Jose "Pepe" Gonzalez, once the fastest man in Indiana, died early Saturday morning at his Northbrook, Ill. home, losing his battle with bladder cancer and ALS.
LANSING | Illiana Christian coach Deb Top has developed a new pre-race routine.
LANSING | Josh Gentry is like a socket wrench.
There should be a packed house tonight when Times No. 3 Crete-Monee travels to Olympia Fields to face undefeated Rich Central.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Marian Catholic's Gaby Rosales would certainly like to improve on her sixth-place finish from a year ago at the Illinois High School Association state meet.
A month after forfeiting a game to Leo, on that school's homecoming, St. Francis de Sales has scheduled its own when it takes on St. Joseph at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Ray & Joan Kroc Stadium.
CALUMET CITY | A.J. Price and his teammates have seen and heard about it all season.
Friday's T.F. North at T.F. South game is not only for bragging rights in District 215, but the game will have a playoff-like atmosphere.
LANSING | When you put a pair together for doubles, anything can happen.
CRETE | Bloom Township pushed Times No. 3 Crete-Monee to the limit on Friday night.
Neither a bone-jarring tackle nor an interception could slow Marian Catholic's Pat Schmidt last year.
Don't mistake Maggie Sloan's test scores for her golf scores.
CRETE | Crete-Monee linebacker Nyles Morgan said his idol is San Francisco 49ers linebacker Patrick Willis.
Steve Hendershot has a mixed view of class sports.
LANSING | T.F. South coach Tom Padjen isn't one to give big speeches, especially a Knute Rockne-like speech.
FLOSSMOOR | Patrick Johnson doesn't try to add a few inches or pounds to his frame.
Bloom Township made several mistakes in its 12-10 loss to Rich Central, and coach Tony Palombi said he and his staff addressed those mishaps earlier this week.
CALUMET CITY | T.F. North has had trouble finishing games all season, especially in its previous two losses.
You don't have to say anything to a football player on either St. Rita or Mount Carmel.
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