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  • Fremd keeps share of West lead Sep 10, 2014 11:02 PM
    The Fremd girls volleyball team, led by senior outside hitter Lane Hindenburg’s 9 kills, remained in a first-place tie with Schaumburg in the Mid-Suburban West after a 25-23, 25-9 victory over visiting Conant on Wednesday night.

     
  • Barrington snaps Palatine long win streak Sep 11, 2014 3:41 PM
    Palatine entered its Wednesday dual meet with Barrington with 75 consecutive victories, the fourth-best such streak in state history. On a soggy afternoon, the streak came to an end — barely.

     
  • Terrell, Wheeling rise to the occasion Sep 9, 2014 11:28 PM
    Wheeling’s girls volleyball team improved to 7-8 and 2-0 in the Mid-Suburban East with a 25-13, 26-24 victory at Elk Grove on Tuesday.

     
  • Clutch effort from St. Viator’s Carlson at Inverness Sep 8, 2014 9:43 PM
    The St. Viator boys golf team has enjoyed great success in recent years. The Lions won consecutive state titles from 2007-09 and boasted the state individual Class 3A medalist in 2008 (Joey Carlson) and 2009 (Dan Stringfellow). Still, with all of the past accomplishments, Monday’s performance by Viator junior John Carlson — Joey’s cousin, by the way — had to be one of the best ever. Amongst top flight competition such as New Trier, Barrington, Prospect and Glenbrook North at the Inverness Invitational, Carlson fired a 2-under 70 to win medalist honors on a picture-perfect day.

     
  • Boylan edges LZ for Barrington title Sep 6, 2014 10:48 PM
    In every game this season, Lake Zurich’s boys soccer team has stayed close to the teams it has faced — though the outcomes don’t always show it. Lake Zurich had another hard-nosed effort Saturday night as it went after unbeaten Rockford Boylan on Saturday night. But the Bears lost a 1-0 decision to the Titans in the championship game of the Barrington Classic.

     
  • LZ steps up at Barrington Sep 5, 2014 10:38 PM
    Lake Zurich moved closer to a tournament championship appareance after stunning tourney host Barrington 2-1 Friday night in the final match of group play for both clubs at the 26th annual Barrington Classic Soccer Tournament.

     
  • Davidson, Barrington calmly top Elk Grove Sep 6, 2014 12:14 AM
    Barrington’s football team oozes with confidence. One of the leaders in its collective cool, calm demeanor is junior quarterback Johnny Davidson. Davidson’s pinpoint passing and timely runs helped the Broncos improve to 2-0 with a 41-13 win at Elk Grove on Friday night in a Mid-Suburban League crossover.

     
  • Boys cross country: Scouting Northwest Sep 4, 2014 10:57 AM
    Here's a look at the upcoming boys cross country season from the perspective of teams in the Mid-Suburban League plus Maine West, St. Viator, Leyden and Christian Liberty.

     
  • Girls swimming / Scouting Northwest Sep 4, 2014 10:57 AM
    Here's what to expect from the high school girls swimming teams of the Mid-Suburban League plus St. Viator this fall.

     
  • Girls volleyball / Northwest roundup Sep 4, 2014 10:56 PM
    Hersey’s girls volleyball team, seeking a 12th straight Mid-Suburban East title, opened its bid in 2014 with a 25-20, 25-17 victory at the Ken Carter Gymnasium in Arlington Heights. Gabri Olhava led the Huskies’ attack with 7 kills, followed by Liz Fuerst (4), Zoe Strozewski (4), Caity Strozewski (3) and Kelly Hill (3).

     
  • Girls cross country: Scouting Northwest Sep 7, 2014 9:20 PM
    Here's a look at the upcoming girls cross country season from the perspective of teams in the Mid-Suburban League plus Maine West, St. Viator, Leyden and Christian Liberty.

     
  • Football / Week 2 scouting, Northwest Sep 4, 2014 8:11 PM
    Here's a look at the Week 2 football matchups involving the Mid-Suburban League plus St. Viator, Maine West, Leyden and Christian Liberty.

     
  • Boys soccer: Scouting Northwest Sep 4, 2014 11:00 AM
    Here's a look at the upcoming boys soccer season from the perspective of teams in the Mid-Suburban League plus Maine West, St. Viator, Leyden and Christian Liberty.

     
  • Northwest suburban high schools make Daily Beast list Sep 4, 2014 4:53 PM
    Barrington, Bartlett, Buffalo Grove and Rolling Meadows high schools have been named to The Daily Beast’s list of top high schools for 2014.

     
  • Barrington Dist. 220 Special Olympics team honored Sep 4, 2014 4:54 PM
    Some members of the Barrington High School Special Olympics track and field, basketball and soccer teams were honored at this week’s meeting of the Barrington Area Unit District 220 school board. The after-school program has been growing steadily since it was introduced by Shandra Nosal, who started the track and field team six years ago.

     
  • Girls tennis / Scouting Northwest Sep 4, 2014 7:31 PM
    Here's what to expect from the girls tennis team in the Mid-Suburban League and nearby schools this fall.

     
  • Resilient McDonald bounces back for Barrington Sep 3, 2014 10:25 PM
    Bailee McDonald is one of the top rebounders for coach Babbi Barreiro’s Barrington girls basketball team. The Fillies senior knows how to rebound in other ways, too. McDonald, who came back from foot surgery earlier this summer, was not exactly thrilled with her score of 50 in a Mid-Suburban League tri-meet last week against Prospect and Palatine at Makray Memorial. How did she rebound? How about a career-best and medalist round of 39 at Rob Roy Golf Course in Prospect Heights on Wednesday afternoon?

     
  • District 220 appears to have moved beyond class size issue Sep 2, 2014 11:38 PM
    The first day of class enrollment numbers have been tallied and it appears that parents’ concerns about class sizes at Barrington Area Unit School District 220 Elementary schools have been satisfied. According to a presentation by district statistician Ben Ditowsky at the district’s public meeting Tuesday night, just two elementary school class rooms are above district guidelines. Both classrooms are third grade sections at Grove Avenue Elementary and both have 26 students, which is just above the district guidelines of 23-25 students for third grade sections. The issue of class sizes has been one of the most discussed topics at school board meetings for the past five or six months. At a meeting in April, around 30 parents addressed the board during public comment about class size projections that indicated several elementary class sections would be above district guidelines. Parents expressed their shock that a district with so many resources might have overcrowded classrooms. In return, district administrators and board members tried to reassure parents that they had their eye on the enrollment numbers and would hire more teachers if it became necessary as projections changed as the new school year approached. At Tuesday night’s meeting no parent addressed the board on the topic. According to the enrollment numbers, 49 fewer students showed up to class on the first day of school last week compared to the 2013-2014 school year. Board President Brian Battle said despite the overall number being down once again, he saw some signs that enrollment may be on the rebound among elementary school students. Battle pointed out that every elementary school class from last year added students throughout the year. For example, last year, the district counted 497 first grade students. Those students are now in second grade and according to the numbers, the class has grown to 516 students. Battle said the number of students doesn’t always increase at the elementary school level like that. Usually the biggest increases in enrollment happen in sixth and ninth grades when private and home school students join the district for middle and high school respectively. “It could mean younger families are moving back in (to the district),” Battle added, knocking on the wood table in front of him as he spoke. Superintendent Brian Harris said the district would do a larger presentation of the enrollment numbers at a board meeting in October when they will have the 30-day enrollment figures.

     
  • Editorial: The shift to a school calendar that makes sense Sep 2, 2014 1:01 AM
    In an editorial, the Daily Herald says the shift to an academic calendar that ends first semester before winter break makes sense and should be implemented at all high schools.

     
  • Hersey heats up, edges Fremd Sep 2, 2014 11:51 PM
    Due to the humidity outside, the Fremd gymnasium was awfully hot. So was the action on the volleyball floor. In a decisive third game that was tied at every point to 10, and a total of 13 times, the final point came when junior Liz Fuerst leapt high near the outside pole and put down a kill to clinch a 26-24, 20-25, 25-23 victory for the Huskies.

     
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