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  • Glenbard South stymies St. Francis Jan 24, 2015 8:42 PM
    With No. 14-ranked Glenbard South traveling to Wheaton to take on St. Francis in girls basketball action Saturday, setting the stage for the St. Francis boys’ senior outing later that night, everyone’s timing seemed off.

     
  • St. Charles East stuns Geneva Jan 25, 2015 9:15 AM
    Geneva’s girls basketball team loses so rarely at home that there’s truth to the cliché that it’s going to take a career night to beat them. St. Charles East did just that Saturday in the Mack Olson gym, getting not one but two career games to stun the Vikings 66-54, handing Geneva (16-6, 10-1) its first loss in the Upstate Eight Conference River Division.

     
  • Naperville North’s Robert finishes strong Jan 24, 2015 10:26 PM
    It wasn’t the start Michaela Robert was hoping for during her final high school invite.

     
  • Dekorsi, Buffalo Grove top Prospect in OT Jan 24, 2015 10:27 PM
    Memo to the Mid-Suburban East: Buffalo Grove is on the move. The Bison played their best boys basketball game of the year Saturday night, rallying from down 38-21 in the third quarter for a stunning 62-59 overtime victory over visiting Prospect. Even at 5-12 overall and 2-4 in the division, you’d have thought the boisterous young post-game Bison had just clinched the league title. Sophomore point guard Collin Dekorsi stood tallest with 30 clutch points, including a pair of fourth-quarter 3-pointers that knotted the game and 4 overtime free throws that helped build a virtually insurmountable lead.

     
  • Poetker powers Stevenson downstate Jan 24, 2015 10:40 PM
    Only a 6-pin denied Matt Poetker perfection. The Stevenson bowler settled for a 299 in his fourth game Saturday as part of the Stevenson sectional at Lakeside Lanes in Mundelein on Saturday. After he rolled his final ball, he couldn’t even watch it spin down the lane. “It was something to experience,” said Poetker, who had a 300 game two years ago, but not in high school competition. “It really gave the team the push it needed. I got really nervous on the last shot. The ball stuck on the thumb. Whatever happened, happened at that point. I really didn’t look. I had my eyes closed.” Stevenson had highlights other than Poetker’s 299 game, as the Patriots qualified for state for the first time along with five other teams. Harlem won the sectional with one of the best 6-game pinfalls (6,552) in the state. Rockton Hononegah was a close second (6,537). Stevenson took third place (6,215), followed by St. Charles East (6,027), Lake Zurich (5,983) and Freeport (5,960) in the 16-team field. All six teams will compete in the state tournament beginning Friday at St. Clair Lanes in downstate O’Fallon.

     
  • Game effort, but no win for Grayslake North Jan 24, 2015 10:00 PM
    Grayslake North’s weekend in Washington included four games. And more games. “They made a game ‘American Idol’ and ‘America’s Got Talent,’ ” freshman guard Brandi Thibeaux said of her teammates. “It was just crazy.” The Knights got singing talent? Maybe not. “It wasn’t the best,” Thibeaux said with a laugh. “It was funny, though.” Winners of four straight games for the first time this season, Grayslake North flashed its basketball talents Saturday against visiting Woodstock. Unfortunately for the Knights, it went as well as their singing in central Illinois last weekend. Woodstock saw an 11-point lead early in the second half trimmed to one on three occasions, including twice in the fourth quarter, before capturing a 46-38 decision in a Fox Valley Fox Division contest.

     
  • Libertyville looms large, handles Lake Zurich Jan 24, 2015 10:42 PM
    With three 6-footers in its revamped starting lineup, Libertyville boasts one of the tallest girls basketball teams in the North Suburban Conference. On Saturday, the Wildcats took advantage of their height advantage against host Lake Zurich and pulled away for a 34-26 NSC Lake Division victory. “They have nice height,” Lake Zurich coach Chris Bennett said of Libertyville. “And it caused us trouble.”

     
  • Schaumburg finds winning blend against Niles West Jan 24, 2015 10:34 PM
    Sophomore Mallory Gerber was as quick to pinpoint the reason for Schaumburg’s most recent success as she was to deliver a team-high 5 assists in Saturday’s nonconference girls basketball game against visiting Niles West. “We have been developing better teamwork every game,” said the 5-foot-11 Gerber after the Saxons recorded their fifth straight win, 58-49, and eighth out of their last 10 games. “And better team chemistry.” Speaking of chemistry, Gerber has the right mix. With her 5 assists, she also scored 9 points and grabbed 3 rebounds.

     
  • Jacobs pulls away from Elgin Jan 24, 2015 10:34 PM
    With the seconds ticking off the clock at the end of the first half, and leading Elgin by just one, Jacobs’ Cory Boeckh lobbed a pass toward the basket where Kenton Mack snatched the ball out of the air. Instead of slamming it home, Mack let it gently roll off his fingers as time expired, giving the Golden Eagles a 3-point lead. Jacobs would expand its lead from there, rattling off an 11-0 run to start the third quarter before cruising to a comfortable 58-37 nonconference boys basketball win at Chesbrough Field House in Elgin Saturday.

     
  • Hersey grabs second place in own invitational Jan 24, 2015 10:19 PM
    hersey produced their top finish since 1990 in the boys swimming invitational it hosted at Olympic Pool in Arlington Heights on Saturday, scoring 369.5 points to place just behind winner Deerfield (377). Michael Petro turned in victories in the 200-yard IM (1:58.42) and 100 fly (54.77) to lead the way for Hersey.

     
  • Reiser sisters lead the way for Antioch Jan 24, 2015 10:37 PM
    Ashley Reiser and Amy Reiser each scored 10 points, and Antioch’s girls basketball team stretched its winning streak to 20 games with a 52-26 win over visiting Round Lake in North Suburban Prairie Division action Saturday night.

     
  • Wojcik, Rolling Meadows get back to .500 Jan 24, 2015 11:32 PM
    The Rolling Meadows boys basketball team notched its second win of the season over Wheeling with a 70-57 win in a Mid-Suburban East test Saturday. The visiting Mustangs, who won the first meeting 66-60 after trailing by 18 points in the third quarter, improved to 9-9 and 4-2 in the East while Wheeling slipped to 4-14 and 1-5. Matt Wojcik led the Mustang with 20 points, followed by sophomore Jared Murphy (19) and classmate Jack Schoessling (15).

     
  • Cortez-Harvey, St. Edward roar back to beat Hampshire Jan 24, 2015 11:36 PM
    On Saturday night it was Pack the Place to honor Jake Goebbert at Hampshire High School, but by the end of the boys varsity basketball game St. Edward sophomore Kelvin Cortez-Harvey had grabbed the attention of the capacity crowd. The 5-foot-8 point guard scored 14 of his game high 21 points in the final 3 minutes to lead the Green Wave to a 51-49 nonconference road win. It comes a night after St. Edward (17-3) won by 2 on the road at Ridgewood.

     
  • Conant join MSL West leaders Jan 24, 2015 11:36 PM
    It took just three days, but Conant is back in the Mid-Suburban West boys basketball race. After knocking off Barrington on Thursday, Conant went into Fremd and dropped the Vikings in a defensive battle 42-30 on Saturday. The victory by Conant, coupled with Barrington’s loss to Palatine, put the MSL West into a three-way tie for first with Conant, Fremd and Barrington.

     
  • Naperville North goes from down and out to victorious Jan 25, 2015 12:17 AM
    For a game that could have gone either way, at a key moment it looked like it wasn’t going to go Naperville North’s. The Huskies, however, rallied from a 6-point deficit midway through the fourth quarter to beat host East Aurora 56-50 in Saturday’s nonconference boys basketball matchup.

     
  • Girls basketball: Fox Valley roundup Saturday, Jan. 24 Jan 24, 2015 11:45 PM
    Girls basketball: Fox Valley roundup Saturday, Jan. 24

     
  • Benoit, Hampshire squeak past St. Edward Jan 24, 2015 10:05 PM
    Hampshire junior Emma Benoit wasn’t being given many opportunities to score inside Saturday night against St. Edward senior Cece Rapp. So the 6-foot Benoit stepped outside, then to the free throw line, to help her team win the game. Benoit’s 3-pointer with 1:49 to play and her free throw with 2 seconds left in the game helped the Whip-Purs hold off St. Edward 36-35 in a nonconference girls basketball game on Hampshire’s Pack the Place night.

     
  • First Naperville Central wins relays, then invite Jan 24, 2015 9:35 PM
    Naperville Central’s Connor Walsh loves to swim in the relay races because that’s where the points are. Walsh was on all three relay teams as the Redhawks won the free relays, finished second in the 200-yard medley and won Saturday’s Trojan Invite at Downers Grove North.

     
  • Images: Bartlett vs. Glenbard East, boys basketball Jan 23, 2015 9:19 PM
    Bartlett High School hosted Glenbard East for boys basketball action on Friday, Jan. 23 in Bartlett.

     
  • Girls basketball / Lake County roundup Jan 24, 2015 12:04 AM
    Make it six 20-win seasons in six seasons as girls basketball head coach at Stevenson for Tom Dineen. Skylar Blackstock scored 14 points, Ashley Richardson added 11, and the Patriots defeated visiting Lake Zurich 60-31 Friday night to improve to 20-3 and 8-0 in the North Suburban Conference Lake Division.

     
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