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BLOOMINGTON | Edwardsville's Kortney Dunbar knocked down a 3-pointer late in the first quarter Monday, and quickly put up three fingers in celebration.
Opposing teams facing the heart of the St. Francis de Sales softball lineup may want to execute a new strategy over the remainder of the postseason: take the softball and just throw it over the outfield fence, there’s a good chance it’s going to end up there anyway.
Sarah Daw steps onto the mound each game, T.F. North's battered, bruised, but determined veteran pitcher.
Nearly one year removed from the 2012 regional, one score still remains on the minds of the Illiana Christian softball team: Chicago Christian 3, Illiana Christian 2.
KANKAKEE | Pedra Hicks doesn’t think she belonged at the IHSA Class 2A state meet.
STEGER | Beecher has learned a valuable lesson about Illinois Lutheran this season: it's hard to hit off of Sam Geraci.
Wherever the big moments are, Ty Patterson isn’t.
BEECHER | Illiana Christian proved Saturday that sometimes less is in fact more.
Two things are obvious when Celeste Friel hits the lacrosse field: she’s as athletic as they come, and she’s going to score on you – period.
CRETE | Crete-Monee’s freshmen squad can learn a few things from its varsity counterparts.
Savannah Soppet might just be Beecher’s best player.
Kevin Kuchta doesn’t have a position on the Homewood-Flossmoor water polo team.
Paige Wieser might be the Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde of prep water polo.
JOLIET | Seton Academy collectively let out a sigh of relief as Tevin King’s game-winning shot was stuffed by a host of defenders with nearly no time left on the clock.
Seton Academy coach Brandon Thomas often forgets that seniors Mark Weems Jr. and Kamal Shasi are best friends.
RICHTON PARK | Locked in a blow-for-blow battle with Rich South on Friday, it was Crete-Monee who took the most lumps late in the game.
Joey Cifelli is supposed to be at a disadvantage.
CHAMPAIGN | The scary thing is, Kris Williams is just getting started.
CRETE | None of Dejahown Freeman’s missed shots were as impactful as his last.
CRETE | While Beecher and Illinois Lutheran high schools joined together Friday to promote healthy hearts, it was Collin Borns who made sure his team didn’t miss a beat on the court.
CRETE | Crete-Monee coach Tom Cappel couldn't remember the last time his team was beaten so badly.
CRETE | One day after choosing to continue his football career at the University of Mississippi, Laquon Treadwell believed the pressure was finally lifting from his shoulders.
PARK FOREST | As Rich East ran through team drills prior to its Southland Athletic Conference matchup with Crete-Monee, the visiting Warriors could be seen practicing flashy dunks and alley-oops.
RICHTON PARK | Bloom Township was allowed to shoot as many 3-pointers as it wanted Friday.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | For three quarters, Homewood-Flossmoor coach James McLaughlin wasn't sure his team knew where it was.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Tyler Ulis would rather pass the ball than shoot it.
CRETE | A position change wasn’t exactly what Kyle Tilley had in mind for his senior season.
Opponents can't run from Malcolm Hurt anymore.
LANSING | The jump to Class 2A this season was supposed to hurt Illiana Christian in postseason competition.
MANTENO | Illinois Lutheran knew Manteno needed no help offensively in Saturday's Class 1A Manteno Regional boys soccer championship.
MANTENO | Beecher had Illinois Lutheran on the ropes late in Wednesday's second Class 1A Manteno Regional semifinal.
Maybe it’s his stone-faced demeanor, or his deep, Batman-esque voice, but a first encounter with Beecher’s Michael Barber does little in revealing his sophomore status.
MANTENO | Illiana Christian didn't need very much offense in it's win over Thornton Fractional on Wednesday.
STEGER | Apparently, Times No. 2 Crete-Monee dislikes competitive games.
HERSCHER | Seton Academy quickly learned Friday that Catholic League South rival Leo wasn't going to rollover for the Class 2A No. 2 state-ranked Sting.
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