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  • Highland Park’s big play too much for Mundelein Sep 6, 2014 12:01 AM
    Mundelein made some big plays Friday night. Unfortunately for the Mustangs, too many of them benefited visiting Highland Park.

  • Daily Herald Prep Excellence award winners May 4, 2014 8:29 PM
    The Daily Herald's Prep Sports Excellence event Sunday at the Sears Centre in Hoffman Estates provided a platform to recognize some amazing achievements from the finest high school athletes and coaches. Here are our winners in the categories of dazzling moment, overcoming obstacles, sportsmanship and spirit.

  • Fremd passes Highland Park's test Mar 12, 2014 11:25 PM
    No wonder his next stop is the Ivy League. On a head-scratching night at Lake Zurich, considering he struggled finding the net as much as Highland Park, Fremd senior Riley Glassmann still found a way to help his team pass its Class 4A sectional-semifinal test. “D” sufficed for the “A” student. “Anyone is willing to do whatever it takes to win,” Fremd center Ben Carlson said. For Carlson's Cornell University-bound teammate Glassmann, that meant playing defense and finding his open teammates. Glassmann's team-first approach helped explain how Fremd won 47-26, despite its season-long scoring leader shooting just 1 of 10 from the floor.

  • Images: Fremd vs. Highland Park boys basketball Mar 12, 2014 10:47 PM
    The Fremd High School boys basketball team won 47-26 over the Highland Park High School boys in the class 4A sectional semifinals Wednesday at Lake Zurich High School.

  • Opportunistic Highland Park ousts Lake Forest Mar 7, 2014 11:24 PM
    Highland Park, the sixth seed in the Lake Zurich Sectional, pulled off the upset. The Giants (21-7) led from start to finish and beat the Scouts 48-39. Next Wednesday, the Giants will meet Fremd in Lake Zurich.

  • Sachs’ big game helps Highland Park sink Libertyville Mar 4, 2014 11:14 PM
    It seems ludicrous, but it did come up: Was Highland Park’s David Sachs going to score all his team’s points in the Giants’ matchup at Libertyville? Sachs opened up this regional semifinal with back-to-back 3-pointers. And with less than three minutes to play in the first quarter, the scoreboard could have read: Sachs 10, Libertyville 7. Sachs didn’t really slow down that much. The junior scored a career-high 30 points as the Giants (21-7) eliminated Libertyville 60-50 on Tuesday night. The Giants will meet Lake Forest for the regional crown Friday night. The Scouts ended Barrington’s season 62-49 in the first game of the night.

  • Images: Libertyville vs. Highland Park boys basketball Mar 4, 2014 10:26 PM
    The Libertyville Wildcats faced the Highland Park Giants in Class 4A regional semifinal boys basketball action on Tuesday, March 4 in Libertyville.

  • Images: Team Dance Illinois’ Grand Championship Mar 3, 2014 6:21 PM
    Team Dance Illinois' Grand Championship was held Sunday, March 2 at the Peoria Civic Center. The event showcases Illinois’ best dance, pom, drill and guard teams competing throughout the event.

  • Olympian Jason Brown honored, thanks supporters at Highland Park High Feb 25, 2014 9:29 PM
    Figure skater Jason Brown’s enthusiasm that connected with spectators at the Sochi Winter Olympics was evident Tuesday when he stopped in his hometown of Highland Park for a elebration of his achievements. Brown, 19, who won a bronze medal in the team competition and placed ninth on the individual side in his Olympics debut, attended two pep assemblies before a combined 2,000 pupils at Highland Park High School.

  • Highland Park medalist Jason Brown still smiling as Olympics wind down Feb 22, 2014 8:00 AM
    Still celebating his bronze-medal win in team figure skating, Highland Park's Jason Brown talks candidly about his Olympic victory and his love of the sport in this exclusive Q&A. "The outpouring of support from my community has been more than I could have ever imagined."

  • High schools participate in 10th annual mock trial in Waukegan Feb 20, 2014 1:01 AM
    Evanston, Highland Park and Libertyville high schools finished in the top three positions in the 10th annual high school mock trial invitational, officials announced.

  • Thanks to Penny, Lake Zurich banks a victory Feb 15, 2014 10:11 PM
    It’s not all that uncommon to see a sophomore contributing on the varsity level. Even in the final minutes of a tight game, underclassmen are making plays all the time. So when Lake Zurich sophomore Nick Penny came up with 3 huge free throws in overtime of Saturday night’s nonconference contest with visiting Highland Park, no one was surprised. Well, no one on the Lake Zurich side, at least. “He is the type of player that if you take a minute off in practice he is going to beat you,” said LZ senior Brad Kruse. “He works hard every day and he pushes everyone to get better.”

  • Highland Park edges Libertyville at Bradley Center Feb 8, 2014 10:13 PM
    For Matt Reed and the rest of Libertyville’s boys basketball team, the chance to play on an NBA basketball court was not to be taken lightly. So the Wildcats were savoring their chance to play in the Bradley Center on Saturday afternoon, home to the Milwaukee Bucks. Reed in particular had his sights set on attempting an NBA-range 3-pointer. He managed to hit a couple of them and finished with a game-high 12 points. The dream ended there, however, as Highland Park got past Libertyville 41-40 in nonconference play.

  • Highland Park couple to see son skate in Sochi Feb 6, 2014 5:06 AM
    Steve and Marla Brown are excited to watch their figure-skating son Jason compete in the Winter Olympics. But they weren't content to watch the Sochi Games at home. The Highland Park residents — and 16 relatives — are making an estimated 15-hour journey to Russia to watch him compete live. “We're still just so in shock,” Marla Brown said. “It's hard to believe we're really going to the Olympics to watch our son compete and represent our country.”

  • LoGrande’s giant effort helps HP past Wheeling Jan 14, 2014 11:50 PM
    Highland Park senior Lizzy LoGrande said the Giants weren’t too happy about their start on Monday night in a 49-37 loss to Maine East. “We didn’t want to feel like that again,” said the 5-foot-7 guard. “So we all came out with a lot of energy.” The energized Giants led 25-21 at intermission and extended the lead to as many as 15 points late in the fourth quarter before registering a 55-46 triumph over visiting Wheeling in the nonconference girls basketball game. LoGrande scored a 14 points while classmate Lucy Hoffman tossed in a career-high 17 as the Giants improved to 6-11.

  • First-round wins for Libertyville, Grayslake N., Mundelein Dec 23, 2013 8:59 PM
    Libertyville, Graysake North and Mundelein each picked up first-round wins Monday in the girls basketball tournament hosted by Mundelein.

  • Suburban friends create politically incorrect Cards Against Humanity Dec 23, 2013 7:33 AM
    They call it “a card game for horrible people.” One reviewer said it's only “for the crass and jaded.” Yet, Cards Against Humanity is the best-selling toy on this holiday season. “It's an inside joke that's gotten out of control,” says Max Temkin, 26, the Highland Park native who created the game with childhood friends Josh Dillon, Daniel Dranove, Eli Halpern, Ben Hantoot, David Munk, David Pinsof and Eliot Weinstein.

  • Prospect stays perfect Dec 5, 2013 10:49 PM
    Prospect’s girls basketball team improved to 6-0 with 48-19 nonconference victory over visiting Highland Park on Thursday night at the Jean Walker Field House in Mt. Prospect.

  • St. Viator adjusts in time to top Highland Park Nov 27, 2013 10:11 PM
    St. Viator boys basketball coach Mike Howland challenged two of his top players at intermission Wednesday night. Senior Ore Arogundade and junior Roosevelt Smart accepted the challenge and led the Lions to a 48-44 win over Highland Park in night three of the Joe Majkowski Thanksgiving Tournament inside Cahill Gymnasium.

  • Highland Park edges Prospect in OT Nov 26, 2013 9:52 PM
    There aren’t many plays drawn up to go the length of the court, down a point, with 7.1 seconds on the clock, and counting. But that’s exactly what Highland Park did. The Giants (1-0) rebounded a missed free throw and moved the ball upcourt quickly. Guard David Sachs took a pass as time wound down and drained a basket from just inside the 3-point arc with 1 second on the clock to give the Giants a season-opening 54-53 overtime victory over Prospect in the Joe Majkowski Thanksgiving Basketball Tournament in St. Viator’s Cahill Gym Tuesday.

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