River Forest will have a new leader on the gridiron in the fall.
“He pushes other kids in our room. He’s sort of a father type because he’s always worried about the team and how they’re doing in school. He helps kids in practice who are struggling."
“We always look forward to this. We’re always saying ‘It’s Edison week. It’s Edison week.’ Every time we come out on this field, we give our all and they give their all."
"They know that the stakes are higher now. ... They know that our season's future holds on if they social distance and use masks and do everything we ask of them."
"The health and safety of our students and staff members must remain our first priority at all times."
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Doug Nelson is older than he was once was and said he's learned patience in recent years.
Lowell made it to the Class 4A state championship game last November with a great senior class which won 43 games in four years and four secti…
During the interview process at River Forest, Joe O'Connell heard quite a bit about the Ingots' rivalry with Lake Station.
NEW CHICAGO — Is it too early to pick the favorite in the Class 2A Whiting Sectional yet?
NEW CHICAGO — It's a classic Indiana high school basketball story.
CALUMET TWP. — Failure is often the greatest teacher, right.
LAKE STATION — Talk about getting a cream pie in the face.
It wasn't easy. It was quite difficult.
NEW CHICAGO — For three quarters in Wednesday night's game, it was all River Forest.
NEW CHICAGO — There's been some moving and shaking within the Greater South Shore Conference.
VALPARAISO — It’s been eight weeks since a stunned Boone Grove football team walked off the field following a late-game collapse against River…
NEW CHICAGO — River Forest trailed Lake Station 8-0 in the fourth quarter of Friday night's epic battle between the two rival schools that lie…
VALPARAISO — Josiah Zambrana has dealt with losing to Boone Grove for his entire high school career with some of the losses being the most exc…
NEW CHICAGO -- The bleachers were filled. Excitement was in the air.