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  • It’s rematch time as Carmel, Libertyville tee it up Nov 5, 2014 10:54 PM
    On high school football’s Week-9 Friday night, Lake County’s top two volleyball teams squared off in their own regular-season finale. Tonight, the Carmel Catholic and Libertyville girls get prime-time all to the themselves. Are you ready for some ... volleyball? Top-seeded Libertyville (32-6) and No. 3 Carmel (33-5) meet at 6 p.m. in the Class 4A Glenbrook North sectional final. At Vernon Hills, meanwhile, No. 3 Wauconda (27-8) and top-seeded St. Francis will battle for the Class 3A sectional title at 6 p.m.

     
  • Football Focus Week Eleven Preview Nov 5, 2014 9:17 PM
    See the Football Focus preview of week eleven of the high school football season. Host Joe Aguilar visits Carmel Catholic High School as they prepare to face Fenwick in the second round of the playoffs.

     
  • Carmel, Libertyville spin into sectional final Nov 4, 2014 10:57 PM
    Running a 5-1 offense for the first time all season and with Grace Butler at the controls, Carmel still executed, defeating No. 7 Stevenson 25-18, 25-20 in Class 4A girls volleyball sectional action at Glenbrook North. As a result, the Corsairs will spin volleyballs in Thursday’s 6 p.m. final. No. 3 Carmel (33-5) will face top-seeded Libertyville (32-6).

     
  • Carmel grasps a playoff success Nov 1, 2014 11:04 PM
    All Zavier Barnes could do with his left hand was smother the casted right one of teammate Joey Lythcke, as Carmel Catholic’s happy football players took a knee and formed a human chain on Harlem’s artificial turf. Back in the playoffs for the first time in three years, after a postseason run of 12 straight appearances ended, the Corsairs played Saturday like a team that doesn’t want to let go of its special season any time soon. Behind 231 rushing yards and 3 touchdowns from sophomore fullback Rondel Jamison and 137 yards on the ground from senior quarterback Michael Huiras, No. 10 Carmel rolled to a 42-28 win in a Class 7A playoff opener in Machesney Park.

     
  • Vernon Hills, Grayslake Central headed to state Nov 1, 2014 7:30 PM
    Perhaps it was the cold, the wind, or the flat course that led to the fast first mile pace at the Kaneland sectional. Or maybe it was just the strategy of the two senior brothers from Yorkville. Either way, the fast start led to new personal records for some of the runners, or a learning experience for those who couldn’t adjust to the pace.

     
  • Vernon Hills nabs final state spot Nov 1, 2014 7:43 PM
    Yorkville’s girls cross country team started the day off in great fashion, placing its top five runners in the top 22 to win the Class 2A Kaneland sectional with 72 points. Belvidere North finished second with 89 points. Blue Thunder sophomore Jenna Lutzow won the race in a time of 17:12, while Marengo’s Kitty Allen finished second in 17:17. Crystal Lake Central (105), Lake Forest (115), and Vernon Hills (137) rounded out the top five qualifiers for next weekend’s state meet in Peoria.

     
  • ‘Sad’ cemetery gets spruce-up from Libertyville teen ministry volunteers Nov 1, 2014 5:01 PM
    Roughly a dozen teens and a handful of adults raked long grasses, trimmed trees, cleaned out planters and planted day lilies at an overgrown cemetery on Saturday during the first volunteer activity of Project Joseph, a new teen leadership program at St. Joesph Catholic Church in Libertyville. "It’s just such a great opportunity to serve others and do the service that I’ve always wanted to do but never have been able to organize or configure,” 15-year-old Maddie Lombardo of Libertyville said during Saturday’s three-hour spruce-up.

     
  • Chilling prospects in in rugged Class 8A bracket Oct 30, 2014 7:51 PM
    The Class 8A bracket of the state football playoffs is downright scary. Stevenson is part of the reason, and the rest of Lake County's top teams are also looking ahead to putting a scare into their opponents.

     
  • Football: Scouting Round 1 playoffs, Lake County Oct 30, 2014 10:21 PM
    Here's what to expect in the first round of the high school footall season for teams in the North Suburban Conference plus Carmel Catholic and Grayslake North.

     
  • Carmel’s Curran, Eppel go from standbys to standouts Oct 30, 2014 10:04 PM
    From standers to difference-makers, Carmel linemen Mark Curran and Ben Eppel worked their way off the sideline and into the starting lineup by developing two of the best work ethics on the team. Coach Andy Bitto says players like them are the reason the Corsairs are back in the football playoffs.

     
  • Schofield, Carmel return to form against Palatine Oct 30, 2014 9:41 PM
    Gracie Schofield was back for Carmel’s girls volleyball team on Thursday night.“It felt a little weird after missing the last three matches,” said the Drake recruit, who suffered her first injury (sprained ankle) in four years on the varsity. “It was just kind of hurting when I was jumping and landing on it. I just had to forget about it and play for the team. Once I did that, it was a lot easier.” Schofield and the No. 3 seeded Corsairs did not make things easy on No. 6 Palatine. Attacking from all angles, the Corsairs registered 24 kills en route to a 25-11, 25-21 victory in the championship match of the Class 4A Wheeling regional.

     
  • Girls volleyball: Daul, Grayslake Central stand tall Oct 28, 2014 10:35 PM
    Allie Daul nearly recorded a double-double in kills and blocks, as the 6-foot-2 junior led Grayslake Central’s volleyball team to a 21-25, 27-25, 25-20 upset of fifth-seeded Lakes in the Class 4A Grayslake Central regional semifinals Tuesday night. Daul’s 10 kills and 9 blocks propelled No. 12 Grayslake Central (22-15) into Thursday’s 6 p.m. final against No. 4 Glenbrook South.

     
  • Carmel keeps it going with win over Wheeling Oct 28, 2014 10:23 PM
    Carmel’s girls volleyball team entered its first match of the postseason following one of its most impressive wins of the regular season. The Corsairs pulled off a three-set win at Libertyville last Friday night, winning the third set 28-26 after trailing 22-15. Even more impressive the Corsairs did it without Drake recruit Gracie Schofield, an outside hitter who had sprained her ankle the night before. Schofield was still out of the lineup when the No. 3 seeded Corsairs faced No. 14 Wheeling in the Wildcats’ Class 4A regional on Tuesday night. But the Corsairs were still winning. Led on attack by senior Morgan Meade’s 9 kills, Carmel posted a 25-18, 25-16 victory over the Wildcats (17-20) to advance to Thursday’s championship against No. 6. Palatine (22-13).

     
  • Girls cross country: Lake County roundup Oct 25, 2014 10:45 PM
    Girls cross country Antioch regional: At Fox River Park in Wilmot, Wis., Lakes junior Kortney Schardt won the Class 2A race in 19:17, helping the Eagles (59 points) finish second to Lake Forest (31). Lakes’ effort also included the runs of seniors Danielle Griesbaum (fifth, 20:08), Ashley Espinosa (11th, 20:35) and Nicole Towne (20th, 21:42) and junior Sarah Sprague (22nd, 21:44). Third-place Grayslake Central (74) was led by sophomore Megan Girmscheid (sixth, 20:11). The Rams also counted juniors Lura Quandt (seventh, 20:15) and Umaiyal Sridas (16th, 21:31), senior Emma Mitchiner (19th, 21:40) and junior Sara O’Malley (26th, 22:01). Freshman Aileen Hull paced fifth-place Carmel (116). The Corsairs’ other runners included freshman Lauren Laughlin (21st, 21:43), sophomore Maddie Cusack (25th, 21:52), freshman Molly Machala (28th, 22:06) and senior Riley Felicicchia (33rd, 22:26). Antioch (sixth, 162) advanced too, as sophomore Tessa Furlong (13th, 21:09) was the first Sequoit to finish. Freshmen Jessica Lamberty (31st, 22:16) and Allison Morris (34th, 22:32) and juniors Kayla Fahey (41st, 23:15) and Brenda Herman (43rd, 23:25) also helped out Antioch. The advancing individuals included Grayslake North’s duo of sophomore Cindy Alcala (29th, 22:12) and junior Paloma Alcala (39th, 23:10). Palatine regional: At Deer Grove East Forest Preserve, Lake Zurich (79 points) finished second in the Class 3A meet, well behind Palatine (27). Junior Caitlin Shepard was Lake Zurich’s top runner, as she finished seventh (18:20) The Bears’ top five also consisted of freshman Kelly Ledinsky (15th, 18:55), senior Nicole Syverson (18th, 19:03), junior Kristie Houghton (19th, 19:04) and senior Laura McNair (20th, 19:06). Grant (sixth, 130) advanced too, with junior Madison Romig (14th, 18:49) leading the way. Sophomore Rachael Temple (16th, 18:56), senior Kaleigh Bauer (32nd, 19:57), sophomore Lauren Troemel (33rd, 20:01) and freshman Samantha Kaye (35th, 20:06) completed the Bulldogs’ scoring. Woodstock regional: At Emricson Park, Vernon Hills (88) finished third behind Yorkville (28) and Crystal Lake Central (68) in the Class 2A meet. Vernon Hills’ top five consisted of junior Vivian Overbeck (18:51), senior Samantha Hershman (19:51), junior Shannon Skeoch (20:13), freshman Lauren Katz (20:35) and senior Lauren Kim (21:01).

     
  • Boys cross country: Lake County roundup Oct 25, 2014 10:46 PM
    Boys cross country Palatine regional: At Deer Grove East Forest Preserve, sophomore Matt Pereira’s runner-up finish led Lake Zurich to the Class 3A championship with 52 points, 15 fewer than runner-up McHenry. Lake Zurich’s top five also included freshman Patrick Burns (eighth, 15:43), sophomore Brian Griffith (13th, 15:56), senior Justin Shim (14th, 15:57) and sophomore Kyle Griffith (15th, 15:59). Senior Mark Spatz (18th, 16:03) also ran well. Pereira (14:52) finished behind McHenry’s Jesse Reiser (14:47). Grant (eighth, 215) advanced seniors Frank Cardy (20th, 16:06) and Jeffrey Brundidge (38th, 16:35). Antioch regional: At Fox River Park in Wilmot, Wis., sophomore Jack Aho won the Class 2A race, leading Grayslake Central to the championship with 28 points, well ahead of runner-up Lake Forest (79). Carmel (111), Grayslake North (116), Antioch (118) and Lakes (127) also advanced. Grayslake Central’s dominant performance also featured the races of junior Jack Battaglia (fourth, 16:50), senior Max Brunk (fifth, 17:00), junior John Girmscheid (seventh, 17:15), senior Suneed Ahmed (11th, 17:30), junior Danny Vincent (17th, 17:53) and senior Gavin Achtemeier (18th, 17:54). Carmel’s top five consisted of senior Patrick Pastika (12th, 17:39), junior Michael Cusack (14th, 17:43), sophomore Stephen Lacke (23rd, 18;09) and seniors Patrick Hogan (28th, 18:33) and Austin Truesdale (34th, 18:51). Grayslake North was led by sophomore Liam O’Connell (ninth, 17:29). Junior Dylan Ponomar (24th, 18:18), sophomore Cameron Detweiler (25th, 18:27), senior Brannan Morris (27th, 18:32) and freshman Blake Barrecca (31st, 18:41) completed the Knights’ scoring. Senior Dan Ressler’s sixth-place run (17:08) led the way for Antioch. The Sequoits’ scoring also included senior Zach Besson (10th, 17:29), sophomore Kevin Vettesse (30th, 18:40), senior Tommy Castino (33rd, 18:50) and junior Tyler Glassman (39th, 19:00). Lakes’ top-five was made up of senior Daniel Miller (19th, 17:59), freshman Kael Moran (21st, 18:02) and juniors Jacob Hubbard (22nd, 18:07), Kellen Moczynski (29th, 18:37) and Robert Kuhlmann (36th, 18:54). Woodstock regional: At Emricson Park, Vernon Hills (74 points) finished second in the Class 2A regional to Yorkville (49). Vernon Hills’ sectional-qualifying squad was led by sophomore Shane Williamson (15:52). The Cougars’ top five also included seniors Tyler Smith (16:14) and Rob Williams (16:50), junior Trevor Moyers (17:13) and sophomore Tim Krashevsky (17:18).

     
  • Top-seeded Stevenson gears up for playoffs Oct 25, 2014 11:39 PM
    There have been undefeated football seasons at Stevenson in the past. There have also been too many conference titles to count and a 26-year consecutive playoff streak that is among the best in the state. But one item is missing from Stevenson’s resume, and it’s a pretty big one at that: a state championship. With one of their best teams in program history, the Patriots are hoping to finally add that elusive piece of hardware to their trophy case, and on Saturday night they learned the path they’ll have to take to do so. The IHSA announced the 256 teams across eight classes that make up its state playoff field. At 9-0, Stevenson was the top-ranked team in Class 8A and will face No. 16 Lyons (5-4) in Lincolnshire.

     
  • Girls tennis: Minor, Stevenson tandem win state titles Oct 25, 2014 11:29 PM
    The Minor hand-me-downs include good genes. And a headband. “I found it at home. She just left it,” Carmel Catholic senior Brienne Minor said of a headband worn by her older sister Jasmine, who won the state singles championship for Carmel in 2010. “I just figured if she won with it, then I could win state too.” The Minors have a tradition of great tennis players in their family, and that was evident again Saturday, as Minor captured the state title over Isabella Lorenzini of Hinsdale Central. Minor prevailed in a grueling, two-and-a-half-hour match — 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 — at Buffalo Grove. Last year’s single champion, Naperville Central’s Tiffany Chen, settled for third place, while Stevenson took home the second-place trophy for the first time since 1996. Stevenson’s Kate Harvey and Vinaya Rao captured the doubles title, while teammates Zoe Taylor and Kaylin Dong finished fifth.

     
  • Carmel well-equipped for postseason run Oct 24, 2014 11:32 PM
    With a resounding 31-17 win over visiting Notre Dame on Friday night at Baker Stadium, Carmel (6-3, 5-2) officially returns to the postseason for the first time since 2011 while at the same time eliminating Notre Dame (4-5, 3-4) from playoff contention.

     
  • Girls tennis: Stevenson positioned for trophy finish Oct 24, 2014 7:31 PM
    Stevenson’s top-seeded doubles team of Zoe Taylor and Kaylin Dong suffered an upset loss on Day 2 of the girls tennis state tournament Friday morning, but the Patriots still find themselves in position to win a state trophy at Buffalo Grove on Saturday. Hinsdale Central has a commanding lead in the team standings with 44 points, with Stevenson and Lyons Township tied for second with 33 points — well ahead of fourth-place New Trier (22).

     
  • Girls tennis: Winning feels familiar for Grant’s Schoenberg Oct 23, 2014 10:58 PM
    Grant sophomore Gaby Schoenberg is among the Lake County competitors who've earned the opportunity to play for a second day in the girls tennis state tournament.

     
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