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  • Top Kane County educators namedMay 3, 2014 12:00 AM
    The top Kane County educators were honored Friday night by the Regional Office of Education at the 39th annual Educator of the Year Awards Banquet in St. Charles. Carol Mertes, first grade teacher at Johnson Elementary School in East Aurora Unit District 131, won the Educator of the Year Award, while Stephanie Ramstad, principal of Carpentersville Middle School in Community Unit District 300, was named School Administrator of the Year.

  • St. Charles East’s Austin Regelbrugge is safe back on first base from Geneva’s Nick Porretto in the fifth inning on Saturday, May 3.

    Geneva, St. Charles East fit to be tiedMay 3, 2014 12:00 AM
    Heading into the final month of the regular season as Upstate Eight Conference River Division contenders, Saturday’s baseball doubleheader between St. Charles East and Geneva took on a little extra meaning as well.

  • Emma Spagnola led West Aurora to the Kane County championship Friday night hosted by Kaneland in Maple Park.

    West Aurora wins 5th straight County titleMay 2, 2014 12:00 AM
    West Aurora reverted to a familiar staple in claiming its fifth consecutive Kane County Girls Track and Field Invitational Friday night in Maple Park.

  • St. Charles East opens Geneva series with convincing winMay 2, 2014 12:00 AM
    It might be too early to say that St. Charles East’s baseball team has turned its season around after a 9-7 start. However, the Saints (13-7, 9-5) appear headed on the right track.

  • St. Charles North’s Hanna Durocher, 5, is surrounded by teammates after her goal against Geneva Wednesday in St. Charles.

    St. Charles North handles GenevaApr 30, 2014 12:00 AM
    It’s very hard to find many faults with St. Charles North’s performance in Wednesday’s 4-1 victory over Geneva. The North Stars dominated from midway through the first half, never relented and scored both scrambling goals and goals from well-driven shots. When the 80 minutes were finished, they earned at least a share of the Upstate Eight Conference River Division title.

  • Geneva turns up pressure on BataviaApr 29, 2014 12:00 AM
    With two senior defenders injured and with a lead to hold onto in the second half against rival Batavia, Geneva’s girls soccer team found a new place to do most of its defending — Batavia’s half of the field. Moving from an even first half which ended with the teams tied 1-1, the Vikings first got a goal from Megan Fitz, then held possession in the attacking half of the field for most of the final 30 minutes of Tuesday’s Upstate Eight Conference River Division match to complete a 2-1 victory.

  • Libertyville takes crown at St. Charles EastApr 26, 2014 12:00 AM
    Ryan Doeckel was in no mood for another lengthy match. After joining Geneva teammate John Potts for a pair of grueling 3-set matches at first doubles, the Vikings’ top tandem held off a second-set comeback from St. Charles East’s George Spoerl and Alex Winters for a 6-1, 6-4 victory in the third-place match during Saturday’s annual St. Charles East tournament. Doeckel and Potts recovered from a 4-6 loss in the first set of their opening match before dropping a tough 7-6, 3-6, 7-10 semifinal decision to Rockford Guilford’s Patrick Moore and Ian Brandon-Beeman.

  • Kaneland’s Kyle Carter leads the Knights in the 4 x 800 meter relay at Kaneland’s Peterson Prep Invitational on Saturday, April 26. The team would go on to break the Illinois state record for the event.

    Kaneland runs away with Peterson Prep titleApr 26, 2014 12:00 AM
    After graduating from Kaneland this spring Nathaniel Kucera, Kyle Carter and Luis Acosta will run for, respectively, Stanford, Southern Illinois and Western Illinois. Then there’s Andrew Lesak.

  • Naperville North shuts out GenevaApr 25, 2014 12:00 AM
    Shutouts don’t come easily in girls soccer, especially against quality teams like Geneva. Friday’s 2-0 Naperville North victory against the visiting Vikings (7-2-1) not only secured first place in Group C of the Naperville Invitational for the Huskies, it also gave their young defense a huge confidence boost.

  • Geneva’s Davis shuts down St. Charles NorthApr 24, 2014 12:00 AM
    The Geneva baseball team needed a lift after dropping back-to-back Upstate Eight Conference River games to St. Charles North. Garrett Davis answered the bell for the Vikings Thursday afternoon in St. Charles.

  • St. Charles North cleans up mistakes, beats GenevaApr 23, 2014 12:00 AM
    For the record, it wasn’t the eight errors his team made Tuesday that made St. Charles North coach Todd Genke ill. Genke went home sick from school Wednesday, and assistant coach Brett Wikierak filled in as the North Stars resumed their three-game series at Geneva. Genke would have liked what he saw much more as the North Stars cut down on most of those miscues while keeping their winning ways going, beating the Vikings 8-2 to improve their overall record to 13-2 and Upstate Eight Conference River Division leading mark to 7-1.

  • Batavia’s Tara Zufan slides safely into third base before the ball hits the mitt of Geneva’s Molly Wrenn in the seventh inning on Wednesday, April 23.

    Geneva erases Batavia’s 5-run seventh-inning leadApr 23, 2014 12:00 AM
    For six-and-a-half innings at Geneva on Wednesday the Vikings couldn’t do hardly anything right in the field while Batavia didn’t do anything wrong. The result was 6 errors for the home team and none by Batavia as the Bulldogs took an 8-3 lead to the bottom of the seventh. And then the tables turned.

  • St. Charles North tops Geneva in error-filled gameApr 22, 2014 12:00 AM
    After a game in which Geneva and St. Charles North combined for 26 runs, 25 hits and 14 errors, Vikings coach Matt Hahn seemed to sum things up appropriately. “That could have been one of the uglier high school baseball games I’ve been around ever — as a player or as a coach,” said Hahn, whose team wound up on the wrong side of an 18-8, 6-inning decision at the hands of the host North Stars (12-2, 6-1) Tuesday in Upstate Eight Conference River Division action.

  • Waubonsie Valley’s Jeff Penny competes in the 110-meter hurdles during the Gus Scott Track and Field Invitational at Naperville North on Thursday.

    Images: Daily Herald prep photos of the weekApr 22, 2014 12:00 AM
    The Daily Herald Prep Photos of the Week gallery includes the best high school sports images by our photographers featuring volleyball, softball, baseball, gymnastics, soccer and track.

  • St. Charles East’s Dom Adduci, left, will continue playing in college in the Missouri Valley Conference at Drake.

    Long, winding recruiting road ends with Adduci at DrakeApr 21, 2014 12:00 AM
    Dom Adduci is a self-confessed Midwestern boy at heart. Therefore, he should feel right at home over the next 4 years in Iowa’s capitol city of Des Moines. Earlier this month, the St. Charles East senior basketball standout verbally committed to attend Drake University this fall.

  • Palatine girls, Burlington Central boys win titles at GenevaApr 19, 2014 12:00 AM
    Hannah Schilb found her comfort zone on Saturday in Geneva. The St. Charles North sophomore had the girls track and field meet of her young career at the Mike VanDeveer Invitational.

  • Kaneland’s Joe Panico slides into home plate past Geneva catcher Nathan Montgomery to break a 6-6 tie in the ninth inning on Saturday in Maple Park.

    Kaneland goes extra innings to beat GenevaApr 19, 2014 12:00 AM
    Opportunity knocked repeatedly for both teams during Saturday’s nonconference baseball game between Geneva and Kaneland. The Knights (7-3) capitalized on their opportunities when it mattered most, pushing a run across without the benefit of a base hit to tie the game in the bottom of the seventh and scored the game-winning run a couple innings later on an RBI single by sophomore catcher Joe Laudont during their 7-6, extra-inning victory over the Vikings (8-2) in Maple Park.

  • Morrow no-hits Geneva in spit doubleheaderApr 19, 2014 12:00 AM
    Geneva scored 9 runs in the second game of a doubleheader against Kaneland Saturday, and in its previous game this week the Vikings blasted 10 hits against one of the best pitchers they’ll see this year, Shannon Hohman from Waubonsie Valley. Which should tell you just how good Kaneland junior Angie Morrow pitched in the doubleheader opener Saturday. Morrow no-hit those hard-hitting Vikings, striking out six and walking one in a 3-0 victory.

  • Waubonsie Valley edges Geneva againApr 16, 2014 12:00 AM
    Waubonsie Valley’s 6-5 win over Geneva Wednesday marked the third straight year the Warriors beat the Vikings by a run in their Upstate Eight Conference crossover matchup.

  • Geneva makes history at Augsburg-Drach inviteApr 12, 2014 12:00 AM
    Through any soccer match, there are mistakes, and most are forgiven as they don’t result in anything more than a throw-in or a goal kick or just a lost possession that ends without damage. There are, of course, the other kind of mistakes, those that result in shots on-goal, dangerous moments and goals. On an afternoon when Geneva and St. Charles East battled extreme wind as well as each other in the final match of the Augsburg-Drach Invitational, one Saints defensive error led to Geneva’s Courtney Lardas receiving the ball just outside the penalty area 12 minutes before halftime.

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