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  • Richardson, Stevenson handle Boylan Nov 22, 2014 11:37 PM
    Sophomore guard Ashley Richardson continued her strong play for Stevenson’s girls basketball team Saturday. Richardson scored 22 points, going 9 of 11 from the foul line while also hitting a 3-pointer, as the Patriots defeated Rockford Boylan 72-61 in Schaumburg’s Thanksgiving tournament.

  • Double-duty Duehr helps Antioch get it done Nov 21, 2014 11:35 PM
    Alexis Duehr recorded a double-double, and all five Antioch starters scored in double figures, as the Sequoits pulled away from Taft en route to a 71-47 win at Niles North on Friday night.

  • Girls basketball: Scouting Grayslake North Nov 20, 2014 9:18 AM
    Here's what to expect from the Grayslake North girls basketball team this season.

  • Boys basketball: Scouting Grayslake North Nov 20, 2014 9:17 AM
    Here's what to expect from Grayslake North's boys basketball team this season.

  • Nicoletti, Grayslake North get win No. 1 Nov 19, 2014 10:22 PM
    Here’s a mathematical salute to tonight’s leading scorers. From that special Carmel squad from a year ago comes center, Emma Rappe. She scored 58 percent of her team’s points in Tuesday’s contest with Grayslake North. And the Knights’ budding star, Sidney Lovitsch, answered back with 45 percent of North’s points. So that’s Rappe with 30 and Lovitsch with 25, or something close, right? Not quite. Back to reality. Both girls scored 10 points. This game at the Mundelein Thanksgiving Tournament had a halftime score of 8-5. Rappe and Lovitsch both were shut out in the first half. Rappe scored her team’s final 10 points, while Lovitsch hit a pair of 3-pointers as North registered its first win of the season, 22-17.

  • Mundelein musters up another win Nov 18, 2014 11:16 PM
    10 points at halftime? Who is going to win game like that? Try the home team in the annual Mundelein High School Turkey Tournament. OK, so it wasn’t pretty on Tuesday night. In one two-minute spurt to open the second quarter, both Grayslake North and the host Mustangs of Mundelein combined for 8 turnovers and 4 missed shots. North (0-2) almost secured its first win of the season. Led by the hard-charging Sidney Lovitsch (13 points, 9 rebounds), the Knights opened up a 19-12 lead to start the third quarter. With three minutes to play in regulation, it was anyone’s game knotted at 33-33.One of those four-year varsity performers from Mundelein, Natalie Busscher, scored 5 points down the stretch as her Mustangs moved to 2-0 with a 39-35 win.

  • Tall expectations for Drake, Grant Nov 17, 2014 9:58 PM
    If your wish for your daughter is a Division I basketball scholarship, please listen to the growth history of one Taylor Drake. She’s a junior center for Grant High School. “In the seventh grade, I was maybe 5-foot-7,’’ Drake said. “When I was a freshman, I was 5-10. Last season, I was 6-1. And now I’m 6-3.” Wait, she’s not finished yet: “The doctors say I might still have 2 inches left to grow.” Sure, it was the opening game of the season for Grant. But, as they say, you can’t teach height. Drake scored all of her 14 points in the opening half of the Mundelein High School Turkey Tournament as Grant topped Grayslake North 60-47.

  • Emotional successes for Saucedo, Libertyville Nov 15, 2014 9:18 PM
    Once she could see the scoreboard, the reaction was self-explanatory. Libertyville sophomore Lucy Saucedo broke down into tears after seeing her time in the 50-yard freestyle was right at state qualifying cut of 24.59 seconds, which means for the first time in her young career she will head to the state finals next weekend at Evanston Township High School. “I was just trying to break 25 seconds, and when a friend brought my glasses to me in the pool and I could see I qualified, I lost it,” said Saucedo, who later joined teammates Emma Richert, Anne Barnett and Harriet Davies on state-qualifying 200 and 400 freestyle relay teams. “We’ve been working on sprints and less breathing. That really helped me today.”

  • Clark’s vision includes forgiveness Nov 13, 2014 8:27 PM
    Former Lakes football star Dyrell Clark lost his right eye in a BB gun accident eight months ago. Yet, he hasn't lost sight of his goals. He's still determined to have a great football career as a running back at Winona State in Minnesota.

  • Boys soccer: Lake County all-area team Nov 6, 2014 12:43 PM
    Introducing the boys soccer all-area team for Lake County, featuring players from the North Suburban Conference plus Carmel Catholic, Grayslake Central and Grayslake North.

  • Girls volleyball: Lake County all-area team Nov 6, 2014 9:00 PM
    Introducing the girls volleyball all-area team for Lake County, featuring players from the North Suburban Conference plus Carmel Catholic, Grayslake North and Grayslake Central.

  • 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.

  • St. Francis slips past Grayslake North Nov 1, 2014 10:59 PM
    Two balanced offenses came to do battle Saturday as Grayslake North took on host St. Francis in first-round Class 6A football play.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Marian Central stops Grayslake North’s playoff run Oct 29, 2014 11:01 PM
    It was only the second time Grayslake North’s boys soccer program was appearing in a sectional game. The Knights would have preferred a different outcome Wednesday as they came up short in spite of a gallant effort. Third-seeded Grayslake North fell to No. 2 Marian Central Catholic 2-0 in the Class 2A Grayslake Central semifinal on Wednesday night.

  • 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 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 soccer: Grayslake North topples Johnsburg Oct 25, 2014 9:53 PM
    At Grayslake North, Jason Rhodes scored twice as the host Knights topped Johnsburg 6-2 to win their own Class 2A boys soccer regional final.

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