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  • Lake Zurich's lucky to have No. 13 Nov 23, 2013 9:42 PM
    Jersey No. 13 continued to be nothing but good luck for Chris Lehtinen and Lake Zurich as the Bears earned a 16-7 victory at Glenbard West in the Class 7A semifinals.

     
  • Red-letter day for Southern-Indiana bound Dahlstrom Nov 21, 2013 9:24 AM
    Grayslake Central's Morgan Dahlstrom, known for her red hair and basketball skills, recently had a red-letter day as she signed a letter of intent to play for Southern Indiana.

     
  • Stevenson somehow managing to put the hurt on opponents Nov 17, 2013 8:38 AM
    More than its fair share of injuries hasn't kept Stevenson from delivering impressive playoff results, including Saturday night's 14-0 victory at Barrington.

     
  • Antioch’s Falco can’t pass up Eastern Michigan Nov 13, 2013 9:45 PM
    Sam Falco, a 6-foot-4 volleyball standout at Antioch, has a collegiate future in store for herself at Eastern Michigan.

     
  • Libertyville’s Monken pockets Louisiana-Monroe’s offer Nov 12, 2013 10:46 PM
    Anthony Monken, a dropback QB, waited. And Louisiana-Monroe made it well worth it, as Monken will attend next season on scholarship.

     
  • Rouse’s roundball regimen leads her to Olivet Nazarene Nov 7, 2013 9:50 PM
    A hunger to succeed has helped Mundelein senior Lauren Rouse land a future in basketball at Olivet Nazarene University.

     
  • Without a grouse, Grant’s Rous heads for the house Oct 31, 2013 11:13 PM
    Grant's Kurt Rous is the latest head coach in Lake County to step down to spend more time with his family. He revealed his game plan this week to Grant athletic director Dick Knar. Rous, a 1988 graduate of Grant who’s coached and taught at his high school alma mater for nearly two decades, directed the Bulldogs’ football team for the last eight seasons.

     
  • Perfect in Prairie, Lakes looks forward to getting healthy Oct 21, 2013 7:53 PM
    The Division I recruit is sidelined with injuries to his finger and knee, and quarterback T.J. Edwards isn’t the only banged-up football player for Lakes’ 7-1 Eagles. “We have a ridiculous amount of injuries,” coach Luke Mertens said. So no wonder Mertens wasn’t in a celebratory mood after Lakes outlasted host North Chicago 51-34 in an ugly, division-clinching game last Friday night. While Lake Zurich and Stevenson battle for the North Suburban Conference Lake Division championship in Lincolnshire on Friday night, Lakes will visit 1-7 Mundelein having already won the NSC Prairie by going 6-0 in the division for the second year in a row.

     
  • Baseball, Bradley very much alive for Carmel’s Kristan Sep 18, 2013 8:45 PM
    Life after baseball for Kevin Kristan rests, in an ironic twist, on the second floor of a funeral home. Kristan, who still has some life on his fastball, pitches batting practice. His son, Ian, swings the bat. “I actually set the cage up in the upstairs of the funeral home,” confessed Kevin, whose family, including his brother and father, has owned and operated Kristan Funeral Home in Mundelein for more than 50 years. “I kept it a secret all these years.” Baseball lives on for the once promising right-hander, whose claim to fame is being dealt, in 1984, by the White Sox along with 1983 American League Cy Young Award winner LaMarr Hoyt to San Diego in a seven-player trade that netted a young, slick-fielding, loquacious shortstop named Ozzie Guillen.

     
  • These NIU baseball greats still reign Sep 14, 2013 5:27 PM
    Nothing was going to spoil a day at Bittersweet Golf Club for Bill Eiserman, Grant Cummings, Frank Marino, Larry Leon, Jack Brumm, Jim McKinzie and Dick Giudici. After all they were baseball teammates for NIU more than half a century ago, and for 43 years they’ve been getting together annually for a reunion.

     
  • Golf suits Grayslake North’s Sagendorph just fine Sep 10, 2013 10:34 PM
    Grayslake North senior Kyle Sagendorph isn't letting a little thing like a brachial plexus injury prevent him from excelling in the sport he loves.

     
  • All by herself, Stevenson’s Marquardt looms large Aug 23, 2013 8:57 PM
    The short game was so good. But Nikki Marquardt won’t try to be the next Stephanie Miller, the short superstar who won a pair of individual state championships for Stevenson before taking her golf clubs to the University of Illinois this year. Marquardt says if anyone asks, she’ll tell them she’s going to try to be “the next Nikki Marquardt.”

     
  • No doubting Mundelein’s effort and preparation Aug 23, 2013 4:59 PM
    After a whole lot of hard work, Mundelein's football program is looking forward to a chance to show how much it has accomplished. “Expectations have never been higher here,” coach George Kaider says. “There are a lot of people here looking at us and wanting to know, ‘What are going to be the fruits of our labor?’ ”

     
  • Confident Fisher eager for second stint at Round Lake Aug 20, 2013 8:50 PM
    Older and wiser, Jeremy Fisher feels more prepared to coach Round Lake's boys basketball team than he was in 2006, when Round Lake tabbed him to replace Mark Petrynek.

     
  • Grayslake North’s Russell catches a break with NIU Aug 14, 2013 6:57 PM
    If it meant catching on quickly at Northern Illinois University — and catching, period — Carl Russell was willing to receive, so to speak. So, yes, toss the recent Grayslake North graduate a catcher’s mitt. The sure-handed infielder will catch it, surely. All set on attending Carroll College in Waukesha, Wis., and playing shortstop for the Division III program, Russell got a pleasant surprise this summer while playing travel ball for coach Clay Kovac’s Kenosha Indians. The hard-hitting, speedy Russell caught the attention of Northern Illinois. The Huskies offered him a partial scholarship, and he accepted.

     
  • Gandolfi gets back in the game at LZ Jul 30, 2013 9:26 PM
    Chuck Gandolfi, who captured 554 baseball victories and won at a 72-percent clip in 21 seasons for Carmel Catholic, is getting back into high school coaching at Lake Zurich.

     
  • Vernon Hills’ Webb goes Green Jul 25, 2013 9:13 PM
    Apologies to Nashville, but Lauren Webb will pass. There she goes, displaying her point-guard tendencies again. Before heading to Tennessee this week to play basketball with her Illinois Elite AAU team in a tournament called Music City Madness, the Vernon Hills incoming senior sang the praises of Bowling Green State University in Ohio. A 6-footer in a power forward’s body who successfully transitioned temporarily to point guard for her high school team last winter, Webb verbally committed to the Falcons, who are a Mid-American Conference power.

     
  • Stevenson’s Novoselsky chooses Western Michigan Jul 19, 2013 10:48 PM
    The inevitable shoulder surgery can wait. And because new Western Michigan University football coach P.J. Fleck understands a tough kid’s tough spot, Zach Novoselsky decided he didn’t need to wait any longer to make a verbal commitment to the Mid-American Conference school. Stevenson’s thick offensive tackle became the second player from his high school team this week to accept a Division I football scholarship. Novoselsky will team with wide receiver/safety Matt Morrissey (Michigan State) this fall to give the Patriots a pair of D-I-bound seniors on the offensive side of the ball. Like Morrissey (son of Jim), Novoselsky’s dad, Brent, played in the NFL, including one season with the Bears.

     
  • Morrissey commits to Michigan State Jul 17, 2013 10:16 PM
    Stevenson senior Matt Morrissey is extending a proud family tradition after committing to play football at Michigan State. Exactly what position he'll play and what number he'll wear remains to be seen, but the youngest child of former Bears linebacker Jim Morrissey is pleased to have his decision made.

     
  • Lake Zurich football star plays in dad's memory Jul 13, 2013 4:33 PM
    This Lake Zurich football star who has committed to Syrcause thinks of his dad every time he steps on the field. “I definitely hope I make him proud,” said Colton Moskal , a 6-foot-1, 215-pound middle linebacker and incoming senior who will be playing his third season of varsity football. “I’m going to try to follow in his footsteps.”

     
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