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  • This group of Pirates was special Nov 10, 2012 10:06 PM
    They may have walked off the turf of Hoerster Field at Sachs Stadium on the wrong end of a 19-7 decision against Loyola in the Class 8A quarterfinal, but that's not the way that Palatine's senior class will be remembered.

     
  • Sullivan, Loyola defense stop Palatine Nov 10, 2012 10:02 PM
    For the first time all season, the Palatine offense was stymied. The Pirates entered Saturday afternoon's contest at Hoerster Field at Sachs Stadium scoring 44 points per game, but a sound Loyola defense forced Palatine into 4 turnovers and held them without an offensive touchdown to earn a 19-7 win in the Class 8A quarterfinals. Palatine (10-2) finished with a season-low 193 yards of offense, more than 100 fewer than its previous low.

     
  • Healthy Bobbit, Kuksa have Palatine right on track Nov 8, 2012 9:26 PM
    Injuries to Palatine's Jesse Bobbit and Cam Kuksa, both senior receivers and safeties, threw a bit of a wrinkle into the Pirates' season. But heading into Saturday's matchup against Loyola, both are healthy and hoping to help extend Palatine's impressive season.

     
  • Class 8A quarterfinal: Palatine at Loyola Nov 9, 2012 12:09 AM
    Here's a look at Saturday's Class 8A football state quarterfinal contest between visiting Palatine and Loyola.

     
  • Loyola’s long drives do in Bartlett Nov 3, 2012 8:36 PM
    No. 10 Bartlett's defensive game plan against No. 2 Loyola Academy was to eliminate big plays at the expense of allowing multiple short-yardage passes. The Ramblers said no problem. Senior quarterback Peter Pujals patiently dissected the Bartlett defense by completing 31 of 45 pass attempts for 267 yards as the Ramblers manufactured six separate drives of 12 or more plays to post a 31-7 victory in a Class 8A second-round playoff matchup at Millennium Field in Streamwood Saturday afternoon.

     
  • Images: Bartlett vs. Loyola football Nov 3, 2012 7:07 PM
    The Bartlett Hawks hosted Loyola in round two of the IHSA football playoffs Saturday at Millenium Field in Streamwood.

     
  • Loyola presents Bartlett quite a challenge Nov 2, 2012 9:54 PM
    The Bartlett defense registered its second shutout of the season last week in a 14-0 victory at Leyden, but the Hawks' second-round playoff opponent presents a far greater challenge. No. 2 Loyola Academy (9-1), the 2011 state runner-up to Bolingbrook, brings an offense averaging 36.6 points and 354.6 yards per game to Millennium Field for a Class 8A matchup against No. 10 Bartlett (7-3) today at 1:30 p.m.

     
  • Achievement Scholarship semifinalists named Sep 27, 2012 4:10 PM
    Suburban students are among the more than 1,600 black American high school seniors who have been designated semifinalists in the annual National Achievement Scholarship Program by the National Merit Scholarship Corp. These scholastically talented young men and women now will continue in the competition for approximately 800 Achievement Scholarship awards worth more than $2.5 million.

     
  • Neuqua grad Cordes just misses spot on U.S. swimming team Jun 27, 2012 12:34 AM
    It was a case of oh-so-close Tuesday night for Neuqua Valley High School product Kevin Cordes, who finished third in the breaststroke in 1:00.58. The NCAA record holder, now attending Arizona, was out in front at the halfway point at the U.S. Olympic trials. "I knew if I wanted to win I had to start out fast and maintain that lead," Cordes said. "Unfortunately it just didn't work out."

     
  • Loyola’s championship wait is over Jun 2, 2012 10:23 PM
    Loyola ended a streak of six straight second-place finishes, beating Lake Forest 6-4 Saturday at Palatine High School to win the Illinois High School Lacrosse Assocation's A-Class championship.

     
  • Loyola turns back Hersey in Pepsi Showdown Apr 12, 2012 8:42 PM
    Third-ranked Loyola (10-0-1) will join rival New Trier in Saturdays quarterfinals of the Pepsi Showdown after defeating Hersey 2-0 Thursday afternoon at the Ramblers sports complex in Glenview. Senior Meeghan Smith, just off the injured list, had a hand in both goals, including teammate Margaret Walkers in the 32nd minute to all but cement Loyolas place in the tournaments final eight. Those contests will be played at Olympic Park in Schaumburg, where Loyola will face the Trevians, a 1-0 winner against Jacobs on Thursday night in Wilmette.

     
  • St. Viator’s Santorsola showcases skills Apr 12, 2012 3:23 PM
    St. Viator senior Ryan Santorsola was a key part of a state runnerup hockey team. Now Santorsola is getting a chance to showcase his skills on a national stage this weekend in Pittsburgh.

     
  • St. Viator to play in hockey championship game Mar 19, 2012 12:20 PM
    St. Viator Lions will face off against St. Rita Friday for the high school hockey state championship. “It's going to be exciting, playing on the big surface in front of all those fans,” said senior Patrick Gregory. “I feel like this is our year — now we've just got to finish.” Viator has twice played in the championship game — most recently in 1989 — but finished as runner-up both times.

     
  • Bartlett goes out on top Mar 4, 2012 8:02 PM
    For all the excitement the Bartlett girls basketball team brought its fans and followers this season, it was only fitting the last game of the year would also be the most thrilling. Senior Kristin Conniff hit a huge 3-pointer with 10 seconds left in regulation and senior Lisa Palmer scored 7 points and had 3 rebounds in overtime as the Hawks outlasted Loyola Academy 61-59 to grab the third-place trophy in the Class 4A state finals at Redbird Arena.

     
  • Images: Wheeling vs Loyola Academy, girls 4A supersectional basketball Feb 27, 2012 11:07 PM
    With a trip to the state finals on the line, the Wheeling High School girls basketball team lost 43-41 to the Loyola Academy girls Monday night in a Class 4A supersectional.

     
  • So close, but Wheeling’s run ends Feb 27, 2012 11:50 PM
    Under 5:20 was left in the Stevenson Class 4A supersectional and Wheeling’s wonder girls were at again. The surging Wildcats held a 6-point lead and were trying to get to two games under .500 and incredibly two wins away from an IHSA state crown. But Loyola Academy failed to cooperate with the Hollywood storyline and finally ended one of the most thrilling state runs by a Mid-Suburban League girls basketball team. “What a heartbreaker but what a run,” said Wildcats senior forward Leah Malsom after Ramblers (26-7) escaped with a 43-41 decision over the Wildcats (15-19) and moved on to Illinois State’s Redbird Arena for Friday’s 8 p.m. semifinal.

     
  • Scouting the Class 4A Stevenson supersectional Feb 25, 2012 4:42 PM
    A preview of Monday's Class 4A Stevenson girls basketball supersectional between Wheeling and Loyola.

     
  • Images: IHSA Cheerleading Sectionals in Rolling Meadows Jan 28, 2012 5:04 PM
    Rolling Meadows high school hosted the Illinois High School Association's competitive cheer sectional Saturday. Winners from this competition advance to the state finals in Bloomington.

     
  • Rough first half frustrating for Fremd Jan 16, 2012 11:58 PM
    Fremd’s girls basketball team traveled to Wilmette on Monday night to face Chicago-area ranked Loyola Academy. It was a special night for the Ramblers, who celebrated “Senior and Faculty Night”. The home team concluded the evening with another celebration - its sixth win over a Chicago-area ranked team this season. Anna Schueler scored 13 points and Lauren Kriz added 12 as eight different girls scored for Loyola in a 53-42 triumph over the Vikings.

     
  • Great start for Prospect Dec 27, 2011 5:03 PM
    Could Prospect really be this good? This good, meaning, shooting 27 of 46 from the floor, outrebounding its opponent 31-9 and limiting them to 15-of-41 shooting. Maybe Prospect can’t be this good every game. But after what coach John Camardella called “a great week of practice and getting our team healthy,” his Knights (5-4) went out Tuesday afternoon and won their opening game at the Wheeling Wildcat Hardwood Classic in convincing fashion 69-44 over Loyola.

     
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