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  • Koenen aims big in final year at St. Charles East Apr 3, 2014 5:59 PM
    From where Jasper Koenen sat, all was sunny and the spring beckoned with opportunity.

     
  • WIndy City Warriors keep rolling Apr 2, 2014 6:25 PM
    The Windy City Warriors are, as usual, on a roll. Coming off its ninth IHSA state championship in 10 years on March 15, the wheelchair basketball team makes its annual trip this week to the National Wheelchair Basketball National Tournament, Thursday through Saturday at the Kentucky Expo Center in Louisville.

     
  • Tough to keep up with all these college achievers Mar 28, 2014 4:13 PM
    What a winter that was. Here are some local collegiates who excelled during it.

     
  • Once again time to celebrate some college achievers Mar 27, 2014 4:08 PM
    What a winter that was. Here are some local collegiates who excelled during it.

     
  • Fields makes sure his focus remains family Mar 20, 2014 8:41 PM
    From the perspective of a reporter who happily dealt with St. Charles East football coach Mike Fields, the sense was consideration for his kids was a priority. Sometimes, it seemed, at the expense of his own.

     
  • Danforth the right fit for coaches’ hall of fame Mar 19, 2014 9:37 PM
    Jim Danforth says his background is not “prototypical” of a Hall of Fame resume. But what’s right is right.

     
  • Defense keys Mooseheart’s state berth Mar 13, 2014 8:16 PM
    It’s been a year in the making, with twists on and off the basketball court, but Mooseheart’s boys basketball team is downstate.

     
  • Naperville Central’s Kolzow makes his best catch yet Mar 12, 2014 7:53 PM
    Catching 9 touchdown passes as a receiver and intercepting 3 others as a defensive back for the Class 8A state football champions last fall, Naperville Central junior Michael Kolzow was often at the right place at the right time. His timing was never better than one early morning, Feb. 24, when Kolzow may have saved a man’s life.

     
  • Benet’s Paul taking many good memories into retirement Mar 6, 2014 9:54 PM
    Sincerity. Humility. Class. Oh, and 617 career victories. Those are among the hallmarks in the tenure of retiring Benet girls basketball coach Peter Paul, whose last game came in a Class 4A Joliet Central sectional semifinal loss, 54-37 to Neuqua Valley on Feb. 24.

     
  • Geneva losing a one-of-a-kind in retiring Lindenmuth Mar 1, 2014 9:51 PM
    As a female in the pre-Title IX era, raised on a farm in northeast Kansas, Nancy Lindenmuth didn’t get a lot of plate appearances until hitting the adult coed softball circuit. Working the last 15 years as an assistant to Geneva athletic director Jim Kafer has helped keep her in the game.

     
  • Lisle can do more than play baseball Feb 26, 2014 8:06 PM
    If this baseball thing doesn’t work out for Lisle, opportunities await in the service industry.

     
  • Every detail concerns bowlers heading into sectionals Feb 13, 2014 11:32 PM
    It’s the bane of furniture restorers but will be crucial at Saturday’s girls state bowling sectionals.

     
  • Reaber girls find the right spot Feb 12, 2014 9:44 PM
    Frank and Barb Reaber got it all figured out. Some parents drive hundreds of miles in opposite directions to watch their children compete in college. Bruce and Mary Kelsey’s daughters Kristen (Michigan State) and McKenna (Illinois) rarely frequented the same college volleyball court once they left St. Francis High School. The Reabers have three daughters all in one place.

     
  • McKeon heads Naperville North hall class Feb 5, 2014 11:12 PM
    Retired four years now, former Naperville North football coach Larry McKeon voices a lament common among his peers. “It’s funny,” he said, “how after years of coaching you remember the losses more than you remember the victories.” That’s how coaches think, perfectionists that they are. The reality is great coaches such as McKeon are remembered as winners.

     
  • Batavia’s Scaccia finds home at Butler Jan 31, 2014 9:31 PM
    Batavia running back Anthony Scaccia’s water bug style — stops and starts, lateral shiftiness, balance and low pad level, speed and more oomph than a 5-foot-7, 155-pound frame would suggest — humbled plenty of would-be tacklers last fall in the Bulldogs’ Class 6A championship football season.

     
  • Schmid looking for change in hall of fame career Jan 29, 2014 10:00 PM
    President. Principal. Dean. Chair. Director. Facilitator. Coach. Metea Valley principal Jim Schmid’s resume is peppered with titles of authority. It’s no wonder he played catcher and point guard at Aurora Central Catholic — athlete of the year in 1972 as a senior — and won 514 games as baseball coach at ACC, Aurora University and Waubonsie Valley. The man is a leader.

     
  • West Aurora honoring Ormond for 50 years of great calls Jan 23, 2014 11:10 PM
    In a compelling example of why we should listen to our parents, Neal Ormond was encouraged by his father to take up speech and debate in addition to athletics. The advice has paid off in a broadcasting career that since 1964 has seen Ormond call more than 1,500 West Aurora basketball games, over 450 football contests and more than 50 other miscellaneous events, sports and otherwise. He’s a mainstay at WBIG-1280 AM in Aurora.

     
  • Parpet brought toughness to Addison Trail Jan 22, 2014 10:07 PM
    Though Paul Parpet regrets never having served in the military like his father, Florian, and his brother, John, from sturdy physique to outdoor-voice confidence he projects attributes that come in handy in a scrap.

     
  • Marmion’s Jimenez seeks historic 4th state title Jan 16, 2014 6:40 PM
    On Dec. 29, the Chicago Bears honored each of the eight football state champions during halftime at Soldier Field. Class 6A champion Batavia enjoyed the spotlight.

     
  • Field leaving a champion Jan 15, 2014 9:30 PM
    It would be great if all of us could be as fortunate as Jean Field. On Tuesday at IC Catholic Prep’s girls volleyball awards dinner, Field announced her retirement after 39 years as the Knights’ coach. She ranks sixth all-time on the Illinois High School Association victories list with 885, which includes a 25-15, 25-19 victory over Edwards County in the Class 2A championship in November.

     
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