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  • Leudo has St. Viator headed to supersectional Oct 27, 2012 7:55 PM
    In a test of endurance, will and plenty of patience, top-seeded St. Viator earned a hard-fought 1-0 victory Saturday afternoon over Harvard (17-6-2) to capture the Grayslake Central sectional crown and a spot in the Class 2A Hampshire supersectional Tuesday evening against East Moline United. Mateo Leudo helped snap the Lions (18-3-3) out of 50-minute malaise when he cut across the face of the goal to head a marvelous serve from Troy Wheeler.

     
  • Burlington Central denies Harvard Sep 14, 2012 10:26 PM
    Joe Breeden was just trying to let the punt bounce into the end zone. But like a guided missile, it found him and he caught it almost out of self-defense. Breeden seemingly shrugged and took off up the left sideline. Ninety-two yards later, Breeden was in the end zone and Burlington Central had a 14-3 lead against Harvard. The Rockets held on to win, 21-9, in Big Northern East Friday action at Dan Horne Field.

     
  • Big Northern East still goes through Richmond Aug 23, 2012 9:23 PM
    When is a question more like an answer? When the question pertains to Richmond-Burton's ability to reload and still challenge for the Big Northern Conference's East Division title. Entering last season it seemed as though the Rockets' run of back-to-back division titles was in jeopardy. They opened the campaign with new players at 17 of 22 positions following an 11-1 finish in 2010. They were vulnerable, right?

     
  • Slim pickings for apple season Jul 14, 2012 8:00 AM
    With a serious drought under way, many apple orchards are expecting sparse crops and small fruit this apple-picking season.

     
  • Burlington Central picks off Harvard Oct 7, 2011 11:50 PM
    Johnny Major's end-zone interception with 1:59 to play capped Burlington Central's 14-7 Big Northern East win of state-ranked and previously unbeaten Harvard.

     
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  • Who’s competing Mar 6, 2011 6:46 AM
    Who will be competing in the Team Dance Illinois championships on Sunday in Peoria.

     
  • Suburban high schools flock to TeamDance championships in Peoria Mar 6, 2011 7:48 PM
    Poms, flag teams and dancers from more than 100 high schools throughout Illinois are converging on the Peoria Civic Center today for one of prep sports' most colorful state championships. But if you think “best in poms” means a traditional halftime routine, think again. Just the name of the sanctioning organization — TeamDance Illinois — reflects the trend. In all, more than 2,000 students will be competing, as they showcase the best dance, flag and poms routines from throughout the state.

     
  • Girls basketball/Fox Valley roundup Jan 29, 2011 10:16 PM
    Cary-Grove 57, McHenry 41: Claire Jakubicek scored 22 points and Paige Lincicum had 14 as the Trojans (21-3, 8-0) rolled to another Fox Valley Conference Valley Division win. Cary-Grove can clinch at least a share of its second straight Valley title with a win over Jacobs Tuesday. Megan Straumann added 9 points for the Trojans in Saturday’s win. Huntley 41, Dundee-Crown 31: Down 24-22 entering the fourth quarter, Huntley (15-6, 7-1) found its offense and kept pace in the FVC Valley by defeating Dundee-Crown. If the Red Raiders beat McHenry on Tuesday, they will host Cary-Grove next Saturday with a share of the Valley title on the line, provided C-G beats Jacobs Tuesday. Kadie Lowery led Huntley, which is still without injured scoring leader Carly Goede, with 10 points while CeCe Tsevas and Meagan Flynn had 8 each. Diamond Williams had 9 points for the Chargers (6-16, 1-7). CL South 36, Jacobs 31: The Gators (3-20, 1-7) won their first FVC Valley game of the season as Brittany Pittas scored 12 points and Stephanie Melone 11. Melanie Schwerdtmann had 19 points to lead Jacobs (3-20, 2-6). St. Charles East 47, Elgin 30: The Maroons trailed just 26-18 at halftime but could only manage 12 second-half points in losing this Upstate Eight River game. Briana Hamilton had 10 points to lead Elgin (0-23, 0-10). “Our kids played really well,” said Elgin coach Dr. Nick Bumbales. “They hung in there and played hard.” Kirkland Hiawatha 35, Westminster Christian 30: Mikala Hays had 9 points for Westminster (12-10) in a nonconference loss. Geneva 86, Larkin 16: Jill Casebeer led Larkin (3-19, 2-7) with 8 points in this lopsided Upstate Eight River game. Burlington Central 52, Harvard 34: Alli Settanni had 18 points and Sarah Nelson added 10 as the Rockets (11-12, 5-3) won in the Big Northern East. Central was still without starting center Brenda Thasavong, who is out with illness. Amanda Ritchie and Jessica Laird added 8 points each for BC. “We had a lot of support off the bench. It was a good team win,” said Rockets coach Stephanie Smith.

     
  • Boys basketball/Fox Valley roundup Jan 28, 2011 11:50 PM
    Hampshire 58, Harvard 29: Tyler Watzlawick scored 14 points, while Shane Hernandez, Tyler Crater and Pat Azizi added 11 each as the Whip-Purs (14-4, 6-0) rolled in the Big Northern East. Hampshire led just 22-21 at halftime but outscored the host Hornets 36-8 in the second half. St. Edward 76, Guerin 41: The Green Wave (7-14) rolled out to a 21-7 lead after one quarter and never looked back in beating Guerin in the Suburban Christian Conference. Michael Ellis had 18 points, Edward O’Halloran 14 and Ryan Murray 12 for St. Edward, which won for the second straight night. U-High 70, Elgin Academy 37: Connor Flexman had 12 points and Jon Busano 9 for Elgin Academy (4-12, 2-7) in this Independent School League loss. Westminster Christian 61, Rockford Christian Life 49: Ian Dutcher scored 17 points and Luke Carani and Andrew Mason added 12 each to lead the Warriors (17-4, 5-1) to a Northeast Athletic Conference win in Rockford. Brandon Cork added 10 points for Westminster.

     
  • Injured man looking for Good Samaritan in tollway crash Jan 20, 2011 4:58 PM
    Friends and family of a truck driver seriously injured in a crash on the Tri-State Tollway hope a Good Samaritan steps forward so they can properly thank him. Keith Sphar, 25, of Hebron, was heading south at about 9:45 a.m. Monday when his truck overturned and hit a concrete median near Grand Avenue in Gurnee, according to Illinois State Police. Sphar was driving a tractor-trailer filled with fly ash for Gratz Outdoor Services in Crystal Lake.

     
  • Girls basketball/Fox Valley roundup Jan 18, 2011 11:30 PM
    Huntley 63, CL South 33: Carly Goede had another big night for the Red Raiders, scoring 23 points in this Fox Valley Conference Valley Division win. Kadie Lowery added 13 points for Huntley (13-5, 5-1). Brittany Pittas led the Gators (2-17, 0-6) with 10 points and Stephanie Melone added 7. Cary-Grove 57, Dundee-Crown 32: The Trojans (18-3, 6-0) ran out to a 21-8 lead after one quarter and never looked back in winning this FVC Valley contest. Claire Jakubicek had 19 points to lead the way for C-G. Joslyn Nicholson, Paige Lincicum and Olivia Jakubicek had 8 points each. Ali Sanders led Dundee-Crown (6-14, 1-5) with 11 points. McHenry 49, Jacobs 21: Melanie Schwerdtmann had 8 points to lead Jacobs (3-17, 2-4) in this FVC Valley loss. Hampshire 63, Harvard 16: Karla Vietinghoff had 17 points and Jessie Van Dorin added 11 as the Whip-Purs (17-2, 7-0) rolled to their 36th straight Big Northern East win. Alex Dumoulin had 10 points and Michelle Dumoulin added 9 for Hampshire.

     
  • Girls basketball/Fox Valley roundup Jan 7, 2011 11:45 PM
    Burlington Central 59, Harvard 34: Alli Settanni scored 18 points and Brenda Thasavong added 15 to lead the Rockets (9-9, 3-1) to a Big Northern East win. Camille Dela Cruz added 11 points for BC, Sarah Nelson had 8 and Jess Laird 7. Hampshire 49, North Boone 25: Hampshire (14-1, 2-0) won for the 31st straight time in the Big Northern East. Alex Dumoulin led the balanced Whip-Purs with 11 points, while Karla Vietinghoff added 9 and Michelle Dumoulin and Kendall Walker 7 each. Cary-Grove 60, Jacobs 43: Paige Lincicum had 16 points, Claire Jakubicek 15 and Olivia Jakubicek 12 to lead Cary-Grove (15-3, 4-0) to a Fox Valley Conference Valley Division win at Jacobs. The Trojans, who also got 10 points from Meg Straumann, led 37-14 at halftime. Melanie Schwerdtmann had 19 points and Lauren Grady added 10 for Jacobs (2-14, 1-3). Huntley 62, McHenry 37: Carly Goede scored 21 points and Kadie Lowery added 14 as Huntley (10-4, 4-0) rolled to an easy win over McHenry in the FVC Valley. Dundee-Crown 37, CL South 27: Ali Sanders had 13 points and Carlin Faulkner 12 as the Chargers (5-12, 1-3) used a 17-8 fourth quarter to pull away from Crystal Lake South and win their first FVC Valley game in head coach Michelle Russell’s third year in charge. Brittany Pittas had 14 points to lead the Gators (2-15, 0-4). Rosary 40, St. Edward 37: Rena Ranallo had 16 points but the Green Wave (12-5, 4-2) lost on the road in the Suburban Christian Blue.

     
  • Independent schools see opportunity in downturn Jan 1, 2011 5:53 PM
    When Dan Brongiel's job with software company Adobe was transferred back to the United States in 2008, he and his family were not exactly thrilled to be coming home. The Brongiels had made a new home in Asia, spending three years in Hong Kong and a year and a half in Tokyo.

     
  • Girls basketball/Fox Valley roundup Dec 11, 2010 1:00 AM
    Bartlett 67, Lake Park 42: Janessa Baker’s 13 points led all five Bartlett starters in double figures as the Hawks (11-0, 3-0) rolled to an Upstate Eight Valley win on the road. Haley Videckis (12 points, 4 steals, 5 rebounds), Jacki Gulczynski (11 points, 6 rebounds, 4 steals), Christina Carlson (11 points, 9 rebounds) and Kristin Conniff (10 points, 5 rebounds) also contributed for Bartlett, which held Lake Park to 12 second-half points. Burlington Central 49, Marengo 41: The Rockets opened the Big Northern East season with a win as Brenda Thasavong led the way with 13 points. Alli Settanni and Catherine Kaynish each had 10 points for BC (6-4, 1-0). Hampshire 60, Harvard 28: Alex Dumoulin had 19 points, Jessie Van Dorin added 11 and Grace Jakubowski 9 as the Whip-Purs (9-0, 1-0) opened defense of their Big Northern East title with an easy win.

     
  • Boys basketball/Fox Valley roundup Dec 11, 2010 1:00 AM
    Burlington Central 72, Harvard 49: Ray Hunnicutt exploded for 27 points as the Rockets (3-3, 1-0) pulled even on the season by winning their Big Northern East opener. Ryan Ritchie added 10 points for BC, which led 45-20 at halftime, and Sam Klein had 8. Cary-Grove 49, Woodstock North 39: Nick Richter’s 16 points led Cary-Grove (3-4) won this Fox Valley Conference crossover game. Elgin Academy 51, Morgan Park Academy 38: Connor Flexman had 15 points and Patrick Martinak added 10 to lead the Hilltoppers (2-5, 1-2) to their first win in the Independent School League. Martin Diaz de Leon added 8 points for Elgin Academy. Lake Park 58, Bartlett 53: Lance Whitaker scored 19 points and David Greiter had 10 but Bartlett (3-4, 0-2), down 40-34 after three quarters, couldn’t mount a comeback in this Upstate Eight Valley loss.

     
  • Hampshire fights to the end Oct 22, 2010 10:43 PM
    On the game’s last play, Hampshire’s Lorenzo Brandon ran around right end, broke a couple of tackles, and raced 15 yards into the end zone. The play made the score Harvard 43, Hampshire 12, but it illustrated how the Whip-Purs never gave up on a season filled with adversity. Hampshire kept fighting to the end of a 1-8 season and it was appropriate that Brandon, who missed most of the year with a separated shoulder, got into the end zone on the last play. The Whips played much better than the score indicated. They outgained the Hornets (4-5, 2-3), 265 yards to 247 and had a 16-11 first down edge, but did themselves in with mistakes. Hampshire lost 2 fumbles on its first 3 plays from scrimmage. The Whips threw an interception and dropped a boatload of passes. “It’s tough to get a start like that,” said Hampshire coach Dan Cavanaugh. “When you start off like that, to put our defense in that position early on, with a short field, it’s just hard.” Hampshire’s first two drives ended with fumbles. Harvard recovered at the Hampshire 26 both times and cashed both in for scored to lead 14-0 after one period. The Hornets added a third score following a short Hampshire punt. The Whips got on the board on a fourth-down pass from Chase Lundry to Nick Antonacci, but the Hornets answered right back to lead 29-6 at halftime. Lundry passed for 102 yards and ran for 66. He completed just 7 of 26 attempts but many of the incompletions were dropped, including a sure touchdown pass in the end zone. Antonacci added 59 yards on the ground for Hampshire. Matt Smith scored on 3 short runs and Collin Nolen caught a pair of touchdown passes for Harvard.

     
  • Scouting Harvard at Hampshire Oct 21, 2010 11:41 PM
    Harvard (3-5, 1-3) at Hampshire (1-7, 1-3) When: today at 7 p.m. at Hampshire Athletic Field Last year: Harvard 33, Hampshire 20 Last week: Marengo 44, Hampshire 21; Richmond-Burton 58, Harvard 35 Outlook: Hampshire’s final tour through the Big Northern Conference has been a difficult one. The Whip-Purs enter Week 9 with just one victory to their credit: a 21-20 victory at North Boone (4-4). When one injured Whip-Pur would return to the lineup, it seemed another would be added to the injury list. With injuries to multiple two-way players, the roster was stretched thin early in the season and remained thin. Thus, a victory in the season finale would act as the salve Hampshire has sought for weeks. “We want to go out giving our seniors a win,” Hampshire coach Dan Cavanaugh said. “That’s something we’ve talked about. It’s been a very frustrating year and that would go a long way toward making things a little bit better. It’s about the seniors. They’ve put in four good years.”

     
  • Westergaard, BC get past Harvard Oct 8, 2010 11:13 PM
    Shortly after Burlington Central honored its 2010 Hall of Fame Class during halftime of Friday night’s game, senior running back Brandon Westergaard turned in a hall of fame performance of his own. Westergaard had 3 touchdowns and an interception in the fourth quarter of the Rockets’ 33-24 victory over Harvard in Big Northern Conference East action. Westergaard also led the Rockets’ with 220 yards on the ground as Central (2-5, 2-1) finished with a whopping 467 rushing yards in the victory. “The offensive line, this is one of those games where those guys should get as many accolades as possible, Rockets coach Aaron Wichman said. “They controlled the line of scrimmage. Controlling the line of scrimmage allowed Central to run for 256 yards in the second half including a 92-yard scoring run from Westergaard to give Central a 19-16 lead with 11:31 left in the game after trailing 16-13 entering the final period. Central’s defense held Harvard (3-4, 1-2) to a 3-and-out on its next possession and Westergaard made the Hornets pay. He capped off 7-play, 51-yard drive with a 4-yard scoring run giving Central a 25-16 with 7:01 left to play. The senior was no where close to being finished. With Harvard driving, Westergaard picked off quarterback Timmy Linhart when his pass bounced off receiver Matt Smith. The play came after a defensive holding penalty had set the Hornets up with a first-and-10 from the Rockets’ 39. Westergaard again did the job on offense, this time putting in a 4-yard scoring run after an 11-play drive covering 68 yards. “When the holes were there, we had to hit them, said Westergaard, who finished with a career high in rushing yards. “Once you get the momentum going, it all keeps rolling. Central extended its lead when Tre Llanes converted a botched snap into a 2-point conversion after Westergaard’s final score putting Central ahead 33-16 with just 1:37 remaining. Linhart did rally and find Collin Nolen on a 15-yard pass play with 18 seconds left. Where Westergaard did the damage in the fourth quarter, Llanes did it early on. The senior finished with 148 yards and scored on a 57-yard touchdown run with only 5 seconds left in the first half to give Central a 13-9 lead at halftime. He also put the Rockets up 6-3 when he rushed in for a 15-yard score with 35 seconds left in the first half. Rockets quarterback Ryan Ritchie added 97 yards on the ground. Harvard got 109 yards and a pair of touchdowns from Matt Smith in the loss.

     
  • Lakes delivers hits, victory Mar 3, 2011 5:19 PM
    They call Brandon Grant, simply enough, "BG."

     
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