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Foley, O’Brien lead the way in Warren victory Feb 8, 2014 12:00 AM
On Saturday night in the first game of a girls-boys doubleheader, the Blue Devils never trailed from the opening bell. Leading scorer Kristen O’Brien had 18 points, and the ninth-grader Rebekah Foley added 13 points in the 56-29 romp over Lake Zurich.
Nifty finish lifts Grayslake North to regional win Feb 8, 2014 12:00 AM
Grayslake North’s girls bowling team had been in pursuit of a nice, round number all season long — reaching 1,000 in a game as a team. The Knights picked a nice time to attain that goal, bettering the mark by 29 pins in posting 1,029 in their final game on Saturday. It was more than enough for Grayslake North to take home the Round Lake regional championship with a 6-game total of 5,620 at Lakes Bowl in Round Lake. Warren earned the runner-up spot (5,556) as Antioch (5,338) and Zion-Benton (5,008) and Grayslake North all advanced to the Zion-Benton sectional, to be held next Saturday at Sunset Bowl in Waukegan. Sarah Littleton of Grayslake North finished as the top Individual with a 1,266.
Stevenson controls Benet Feb 8, 2014 12:00 AM
Dictate the pace, dictate the game. And Jalen Brunson was the great dictator at Saturday’s Night of Hoops.Stevenson’s electric junior guard dominated with a career-high 39 point while leading the Patriots to a 77-64 victory over Benet in the 21st annual event at Batavia.
Barrington wins, with help, at McHenry Feb 8, 2014 12:00 AM
For a while, it looked as if the expected race for the big trophy would not materialize between favored Deerfield and challengers Barrington, Cary-Grove, Crystal Lake South and host McHenry. As it turned out, Lake Zurich which was just a click behind Deerfield nearly two hours into the Class 3A regional. But a funny thing happened on the way to the round of wrestleback semifinals — so funny that Barrington coach Ken Hoving finally managed a small grin when he saw his club pull within reach of Deerfield, trailing just 119-113 in advance of the medal round. Later, after celebrating individual titles from Matt Stathakis (103, 29-3) and Matt Conrad (132, 29-10) and saying thank you to his FVC coaching counterparts for their help along the way, Hoving broke into a broad smile midway through the finals when the scoreboard flashed his Broncos were now atop the leaderboard at 146.0-136.5. Five weights later, and after a trio of second-place finishes, the Broncos got one last bit of help at 195 as Ryan Grannemann of McHenry defeated Christo Moran of Deerfield 4-1, helping get the Broncos a fourth straight regional championship.
Images: Competitive Cheerleading prelims, Northwest and Lake County Feb 7, 2014 12:00 AM
Images of Northwest and Lake County teams at the IHSA Competitive Cheerleading preliminary round on Friday, February 7 at the U.S. Cellular Coliseum in Bloomington. The finals competition takes place Saturday.
Suburban cheerleading teams make cutFeb 7, 2014 12:00 AM
The many local teams that journeyed to Bloomington Friday with high hopes in the state cheerleading competition were whittled to a smaller number of finalists in a long day of competition at U.S. Cellular Coliseum. Preliminary results are in for all four divisions, and the competition will resume Saturday morning at 11.
Reed, Libertyville author win over Mundelein Feb 7, 2014 12:00 AM
Libertyville’s boys basketball team was looking to snap a three-game losing streak Friday night. Done. And the much-needed win came against rival Mundelein, no less. Matt Reed’s 20 points led four players in double figures, as the Wildcats pulled away to win the North Suburban Lake Division contest 84-56.
Full recovery for Stevenson against Z-B Feb 7, 2014 12:00 AM
It could have been some bad fast food from earlier in the afternoon. “Or it might have been this morning’s breakfast,” Stevenson star guard Jalen Brunson said. “It might be the stomach flu. I just didn’t feel good the entire game.” But Brunson did his best on Friday night to ignore his weak stomach and guide Stevenson to an 81-63 North Suburban Conference victory over Zion-Benton in front of a standing-room-only crowd that included admirers such as Michigan State coach Tom Izzo and the entire coaching staff from the University of Illinois.
Vernon Hills to defend Prairie title Feb 7, 2014 12:00 AM
Vernon Hills’ girls basketball team will defend its North Suburban Conference championship after holding off host Grant 59-46 in the two teams’ NSC Prairie Division finale Friday night. The Cougars (21-5) finished 10-2 in the NSC Prairie, tying Antioch for the championship. By virtue of beating the Sequoits twice in as many games, Vernon Hills will play in the conference championship for the third year in a row.
Images: Stevenson vs. Zion-Benton boys basketball Feb 7, 2014 12:00 AM
The Stevenson Patriots hosted the Zion-Benton Zee-Bees for boys basketball action on Friday, February 7 in Lincolnshire.
Tough break won’t stop Stevenson’s tough-minded Johnson Feb 7, 2014 12:00 AM
It makes Matthew Johnson happy to know that his basketball coach repeatedly uses the word “tough” to describe him. “Matt is just a tough-nosed kid and he gets after it,” Stevenson basketball coach Pat Ambrose said of his 5-foot-11 junior guard and third-leading scorer. “He gets the tough rebounds, he makes the tough shots, he’s all over the tough loose balls. “Whatever we ask him to do, whatever we need, he does it. His toughness is what I like most about him.”
Odyssey fine arts festival an exciting experience for Stevenson High students Feb 6, 2014 12:00 AM
Despite an overnight snowstorm that snarled Wednesday morning commuter traffic, only a handful of performers and lecturers missed the 10th edition of the Odyssey biennial fine arts festival at Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire.
Seth Paine School to perform “The Little Mermaid Jr.” Feb 6, 2014 12:00 AM
Seth Paine Elementary 4th and 5th grade students are holding a dress rehearsal for an upcoming performance of Little Mermaid Jr. at their school from 3-5pm Thursday, February 6. The performance will be at Lake Zurich high school's Performing Arts Center on February 14 and February 16.
Wrestling regionals: Scouting Lake County Feb 6, 2014 12:00 AM
Here's what to expect from this weekend's wrestling regionals from the perspective of Lake County's competitors.
Dedication puts Mundelein's Kasemets in pole positionFeb 6, 2014 12:00 AM
Whether Ayrton Kasemets is training year-round to perfect his technique and time or coaching children, he feels most at home in the pool. “If you ask any of the coaches or the parents, they will ask me if I live there because I'm always at the pool,” he said. “I feel I can be completely myself when I'm at the pool swimming.”
Collins, Maine W. sink LZ Feb 6, 2014 12:00 AM
Commitment time: Antioch’s Lazarz motors toward Moorhead Feb 6, 2014 12:00 AM
The almost 10-hour car ride to far northwest Minnesota didn’t scare off Tyler Lazarz. “I’m used to driving long distances to go up north,” Lazarz said. “We go to a cabin up in Wisconsin a lot and it’s about five hours away, so I’m fine with the driving.” Even though Lazarz won’t be vacationing at the end of his long drives to Minnesota, he’s in for just as much fun. The Antioch senior will be playing football next fall at Division II Minnesota State Moorhead, and officially announced his plans on Wednesday as part of national signing day for high school football. Around 30 football players in the Daily Herald’s Lake County coverage area joined Lazarz in firming up their plans and inking the necessary paperwork.
Palatine Stables Awarded Horse Show of the YearFeb 6, 2014 12:00 AM
Palatine Stables was named the NIHJA Horse Show of the year for 2013.
Weisberg, Stevenson right on track at regional Feb 5, 2014 12:00 AM
Alyssa Weisberg got about the business of defending her state balance beam championship on Wednesday night. The Stevenson junior knows it’s a different year, and a different challenge for her, as the state series gets started. Weisberg cleared her first test, winning the beam in regional action at Stevenson with a 9.4, and the Patriots are in line for a sectional appearance after finishing runner-up behind Glenbrook South on Wednesday at Stevenson.
The Illinois Chiropractic Foundation urges residents to take proper precautions while shoveling snow.Feb 5, 2014 12:00 AM
Illinois Chiropractic Foundation suggests proper snow shoveling tips for avoiding aches and pains.
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- Residents call for Dist. 54 chief's firing after DUI charge
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- Park Ridge boy in Amber Alert found unharmed
- Lake County lawmakers want to dissolve Fox Waterway Agency
- Suburban doctor charged with illegally dispensing OxyContin
- Algonquin man on 'most wanted' list arrested
- Ex-Addison cop facing multiple charges gets $200,000 bond
- Religious leaders unite against graffiti attacks
- Small business owners sound off in Elgin
- Route 137 opening has immediate impact
- Get ready for a huge loss of tax money
- Lake Park pool push getting mixed reviews
- Residents call for Dist. 54 chief's firing after DUI charge
- COD trustees reimbursed for driving to meetings
- First concealed carry permits could be issued next week
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- Streamwood firehouse reopens 4 years after closing
- Wauconda administrator earns praise
- Carpentersville plans layoffs to offset budget deficit
- Elk Grove mayor recovering from heart surgery
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