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  • Girls tennis / Scouting Lake County Sep 4, 2014 11:10 AM
    Here's what to expect from the high school girls tennis team of Lake County this fall.

     
  • Vernon Hills’ McNamara takes adjustment in stride Sep 4, 2014 11:00 PM
    By the time this season is over, Vernon Hills junior Connor McNamara might look like a lifetime member of the quarterback club. McNamara grew up a running back. He never played anything but running back while climbing the ranks of youth football.

     
  • Girls golf / Lake County roundup Sep 4, 2014 11:42 PM
    Myra Peterson shot a 41, Surya Vijayasankar added a 42, and Stevenson’s girls golf team edged Vernon Hills at Vernon Hills Golf Course on Thursday. Stevenson’s 177 was three strokes better than Vernon Hills’ total. Vernon Hills’ Faith Jung was the medalist with a 40. Libertyville d. Deerfield: At Deerfield Golf Club, Maggie Piazzi earned medalist honors for the second day in a row, as her 40 led the Wildcats (165), whose 10-stroke win hiked their record to 7-0. Libertyville, which won for the third time in as many days, also counted Jessica Lovinger’s 41 and 42s from Simone Mikaelian and Megan Sturonas. “All six played well,” said Wildcats coach Greg Petersen, also noting the play of Reilly Burnetti (44) and Sara Keefe (46). “They were focused on finishing.” Mundelein d. Highland Park: At Countryside, the Mustangs (189) got a win over the Giants (202). Mundelein’s Megan Wiese and Jennifer Dimitriou shared medalist honors with 45s. Johnsburg d. Grant: Kylie Diana shot a 49 for the Bulldogs in their 195-223 loss.

     
  • Boys soccer / Lake County roundup Sep 4, 2014 11:42 PM
    Libertyville’s boys soccer team won its third straight game with a 1-0 win over Glenbrook South in nonconference action in Glenview on Thursday. Sam Kratzer scored the game-winning goal off an assist from Trey Touhey in the 61st minute. Sam Muchmore earned his second straight clean sheet with 3 saves. Vernon Hills 2, St. Catherines 1: At Carthage College, Chris White scored both goals for the Cougars (4-3), and Brennan Reback recorded the win in net with 5 saves. Deerfield 1, Stevenson 0: The Patriots (2-2-1) surrendered the game’s only goal in the second half. Wauconda 1, Crystal Lake Central 0: Hector Sanchez scored off an assist from Eric Berg in the opening half for the Bulldogs (3-3), who will play in the championship game of their own tournament at 2 p.m. Saturday against Marian Central. Shane Purcell earned the shutout with a 9-save effort. Lakes 2, Maine East 1: The Eagles’ Zach Espinosa scored on a penalty kick and assisted on Dave Milostan’s goal. Jack Monson made 10 saves in goal for Lakes (1-3-1), which captured its first win of the season. Lake Forest 2, Niles West 0: Parker Marsh and Keegan Filkin scored for the Scouts, with Matthew Mick and Paul Passalino picking up assists. Jan Roessler notched the shutout for Lake Forest (3-3).

     
  • Libertyville, Lakes’ Schardt set winning tone in county meet Sep 3, 2014 10:02 PM
    There were a lot of young runners making some pretty huge contributions to their girls cross country teams Wednesday afternoon at the Lake County/Art Campbell Invitational. Led by freshman teammates Melissa Manetsch (fifth) and Avryl Johnson (eighth) Libertyville ran to the championship of the 18-team meet on the 3-mile Lakewood Forest Preserve course 82-91 over runner-up squad Lake Forest. Lakes junior Kortney Schardt was the individual champion in 18:21 as she pulled away from Vernon Hills junior Vivian Overbeck down the final stretch to win by seven seconds.

     
  • Stevenson’s Oh wins Lake County invite Sep 3, 2014 8:43 PM
    The heat was on Wednesday afternoon for area boys cross country runners as 14 teams lined up for the Lake County/Art Campbell Invitational at Lakewood Forest Preserve. When all was said and done, Stevenson senior Sam Oh rolled to first place in 15:29.2, helping the Patriots finish fifth as a team. Barrington held off Grayslake Central 64-76 for top team honors under some pretty balmy running conditions on the 3-mile course while Highland Park outdistanced Mundelein by a narrow 106-109 margin for third place.

     
  • Piazzi paces another Libertyville victory Sep 3, 2014 10:56 PM
    Maggie Piazzi led a balanced attack, and Libertyville’s girls golf team stayed undefeated Wednesday. Piazzi, a returning junior playing in the No. 4 spot, earned medalist honors with a 41 at Bittersweet Golf Club in leading the Wildcats to a 167 and convincing win over host Warren (198).

     
  • Girls golf / Lake County roundup Sep 2, 2014 11:18 PM
    Coming off a 16-3 season a year ago, Carmel Catholic’s girls golf team continues to show no letup. Juniors Alexa Amato and Kayla Ryan each shot a 41, as the Corsairs improved to 3-0 by posting a 175 in beating Palatine (214) at Palatine Hills Golf Course on Tuesday. Carmel also counted Erin Kehoe’s 45 and Daniella Savovich’s 48. Libertyville d. Highland Park: At Highland Park Golf Course, the visiting Wildcats shot a 178 to edge the Giants by 1 stroke. Simone Mikaelian led Libertyville with a 40, followed by Megan Sturonas (43), Jessica Lovinger (47) and Katherine Stegman (48). “Can’t get any closer,” coach Greg Pedersen said after his Wildcats improved to 5-0. “Our kids have been doing what it takes to get victories. Highland Park’s kids are really improving.” Kelli Ono of Highland Park was the medalist with a 38. Stevenson d. Warren: At Bittersweet, the Patriots shot a 186 to defeat the host Blue Devils (207). Olivia Stomberg’s 44 paced Stevenson, which also counted 46s from Surya Vijayasankar and Alexia Fidman and a 50 from Stephanie Namkoong. Warren’s Erica Price was the medalist with a 38. Lake Forest d. Mundelein: At Countryside, Emily Young’s 39 led the visiting Scouts (180 to victory. Mundelein (199) received a 43 from Megan Wiese and a 49 from Jennifer Dimitriou. Lake Zurich d. Lakes: At Countryside, Aine Mattera shot a winning 43 and the Bears (200) defeated the Eagles (269). Lakes got a 55 from Gretchen Metzger.

     
  • Parola powers a Mundelein victory Sep 2, 2014 11:11 PM
    Brett Parola fired an even-par 36, and Mundelein’s boys golf team counted four scores in the 30s in posting a pair of wins at Steeple Chase Golf Club on Tuesday.

     
  • Donaldson quickly delivers at Howard Sep 2, 2014 9:29 PM
    Former Stevenson star Khaila Donaldson, a freshman outside hitter for Howard University, has been named the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference women’s volleyball rookie of the week.

     
  • Memorial run planned near Wauconda Aug 31, 2014 4:26 PM
    The Jeremy Stom Remembrance Foundation will hold its annual 5-kilometer run Sept. 14 at the Lakewood Forest Preserve near Wauconda. The organization is named after a Stevenson High School graduate who died in 2009 of a drug overdose.

     
  • Libertyville rolls to Crosstown acclaim Aug 30, 2014 10:22 PM
    Libertyville left no doubt as to which girls volleyball team was tops in the 16-team Crosstown Classic. The Wildcats didn’t lose a set in capturing their second straight championship in the tournament.

     
  • Girls volleyball: Scouting Lake County Aug 30, 2014 6:15 PM
    Here's a team-by-team look at Lake County's girls volleyball for the 2014 season.

     
  • Warren, Stevenson tie for third at Glenbrook South Aug 30, 2014 6:14 PM
    Both Stevenson and Warren would’ve liked to play one another for the championship of Glenbrook South’s Titan Invitational on Saturday afternoon. Instead, they ended up battling for third place — it turned out to be quite a match as the Patriots and Blue Devils played to a 2-2 draw.

     
  • Anti-drug event planned Aug 29, 2014 5:44 PM
    Stand Strong, a community coalition dedicated to keeping Stevenson High School students drug- and alcohol-free, is sponsoring a panel discussion entitled “Not My Kid?!” from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 30 at the school, Two Stevenson Drive, Lincolnshire.

     
  • Stevenson looks like the real deal against Indian Trail Aug 30, 2014 1:50 AM
    On opening night of football at Stevenson, the home team took apart the visitors from Kenosha Indian Trail. After scoring three touchdowns in the first quarter, the Patriots were in complete control at 35-0 early in the second quarter. And then fans and players were chased away by lightning and no rain. And instead of postponing the game until today, the two teams agreed that the Pats deserved a win. And so Stevenson avenged a loss to this club a year ago. And the Pats had to play only the first quarter and a quarter of the second quarter.

     
  • Week 1 football previews / Lake County Aug 28, 2014 9:12 PM
    Here's what to expect from Lake County's team in Week 1 of the high school football season.

     
  • Stevenson will hit the road for two tourneys Aug 28, 2014 10:01 PM
    Stevenson’s boys basketball team, which has earned medals at the state finals in each of the last two seasons, will leave the state for the first time to play in two prestigious tournaments in January, 2015. The Patriots will travel to Wheeling, West Virginia to participate in the Cancer Research Classic at Wheeling Jesuit University Jan. 2-3, then will fly to Springfield, Mass., for the Hoophall Classic at the National Basketball Hall of Fame on Jan. 17. Stevenson will face regional powerhouses in both tournaments.

     
  • Players aren't the only ones tested on Opening Night Aug 28, 2014 8:20 PM
    Keeping track of the finer statistical details of a high school football game is almost a sport unto itself.

     
  • Lake County roundup Aug 28, 2014 10:46 PM
    Boys golf Libertyville d. Vernon Hills: At Pine Meadow, Michael Watson’s match-best 36 and Jacob Mueller’s 38 helped the host Wildcats edge the Cougars, 155 to 160. Michael Watt and Matt Cordan had a 40 and 41, respectively, for Libertyville. Brian Favia’s 39 paced the Cougars, who got 40s from Justin Park and Bo Manso. Warren d. Grant: At Bittersweet, Jack Hansen fired a 36 and was the only golfer to break 40, as the Blue Devils carded a 159 in defeating the visiting Bulldogs in a North Suburban crossover. Karl Tolentino added a 40 for Warren, which also counted Matt Moran’s 41 and Carter Wood’s 42. Grant (203) received a 46 from Sam Saghafi. Lake Zurich d. Wauconda: At Countryside, the victorious Bears (162) received 40s from Sean Baldwin, Matt Clarkson and Matt Gadomski. Teddy Noll and Michael Madura carded matching 42s. Wauconda (182) was led by Bryan Nee’s 44. Grayslake Central d. Woodstock: At Stonewall Orchard, balanced scoring helped the Rams (174) win the Fox Valley Conference match. Cooper Brunk’s 42 led Grayslake Central. Kyle Reynolds carded a 43, Michael Sisk had a 44 and Connor Fitzgerald added a 45. Woodstock (199) had the medalist thanks to Steven Alcaraz’s 40. Hampshire d. Grayslake North: At the Oak Club, the hosts shot a 170 to defeat the Knights (187) in Fox Valley Conference action. Grayslake North was paced by Alex Wrobel’s 44.

     
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