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  • Boys swimming: Scouting Northwest Dec 4, 2014 9:21 PM
    Here's a team-by-team look at what to expect from boys swimming in the Mid-Suburban League and at St. Viator this season.

  • Wheeling still looking good after 2 wins at Schaumburg Dec 4, 2014 11:36 PM
    Wheeling continues to impress during the early stages of the wrestling season. Following a solid effort last weekend in earning a second-place tournament trophy just behind state-ranked Deerfield at the Antioch Invite, the Wildcats turned in a commanding performance Thursday night, defeating Palatine and then host Schaumburg in an MSL double-dual action to open conference competition on a high note.

  • Boys basketball: Week 1 MVP Dec 4, 2014 7:39 AM
    Cole Gentry has earned Daily Herald boys basketball MVP honors for his performances in the first week of the season. Gentry averaged 24 points as the Saints went 3-1 in the tournament they hosted.

  • Girls cross country: Palatine targeting national appearance Dec 3, 2014 3:10 PM
    On Saturday, Palatine was awarded one of the at-large bids and will be among the 22 teams to compete at the Nike Cross Nationals at Glendoveer Golf Course in Portland, Ore., at 10:05 a.m. Saturday. It will mark the third time in six years that Palatine will compete at the Nike National.

  • Current events, and Schauble, bode well for Palatine Dec 3, 2014 1:49 PM
    John Schauble's return to Palatine High School to coach the boys swimming team is a homecoming of sorts, both for him and anyone interested in the aquatic arts.

  • Girls bowling: Scouting Northwest Dec 2, 2014 9:07 PM
    Here's what to expect of the girls bowling teams from the Mid-Suburban League and Leyden this winter.

  • Will closer to record as Prospect rolls Dec 3, 2014 12:32 AM
    Taylor Will scored a game-high 25 points on Tuesday night in Mt. Prospect to help lead Prospect to a 72-38 victory over visiting Schaumburg.Will, a senior guard headed to Brown University, closed to within 5 points of becoming the Knights’ all-time leading scorer in girls basketball history. She made 10 field goals (three 3-pointers) and 2 free throws on Tuesday at the Jean Walker Field House, named after the coach who was in charge when Colleen Grant set the school record of 1,352 points from 1977 to 1981.

  • PHS Pirate Boosters Continue Fundraising Efforts for Ryan Kissane Dec 3, 2014 7:43 AM
    PHS Pirate Boosters Continue Fundraising Efforts for Ryan Kissane

  • Boldog’s volleyball raid extends overseas Dec 1, 2014 3:15 PM
    Once a Pirate, always a Pirate. It seems to have worked out that way for former Palatine all-area volleyball standout BJ Boldog. He is now making a living playing the sport professionally for Chemie Volley Mitteldeutschland in Germany. The club goes by the nickname of the Pirates.

  • Strong start for new-look Hoffman Estates team Dec 1, 2014 9:10 PM
    Hoffman Estates freshman Allura Magsino admitted that it was a little “nerve-wracking” going into her first Mid-Suburban League match. “But I really wasn’t that nervous,” said Magsino, “because I knew my team was there to support me.” And if there were any worries about how the freshman would perform under pressure, those doubts were dispelled Monday night at Arlington Lanes. Magsino fired a 204 in the first game en route to a 561 series as the Hawks defeated Hersey 2,697 pins to 2,604 in a matchup of what should be two of the MSL’s top teams this season.

  • Chaney, Palatine grab Molitor championship Nov 29, 2014 8:31 PM
    Last year Justin Chaney was mainly a come-off-the-bench player for Palatine. He could shoot well in spurts, but needed more work on his overall game. Chaney did what good high school basketball players do — he worked on it. And the 6-foot-3 senior was a difference-maker in Palatine’s 58-46 win over Deerfield as the Pirates clinched their first Ed Molitor Thanksgiving Tournament trophy. Chaney, who scored all of his 13 points in the second half, was declared tournament MVP.

  • Hot-shooting Palatine makes Molitor title game Nov 28, 2014 9:25 PM
    Can Palatine possibly keep this up, shooting 10-of-11 on 3-pointers and 80 percent overall from the floor? Probably not, but even a taste of that kind of efficiency will go long way for the Pirates’ varsity boys basketball team, which used Friday night’s 60-45 victory over York to move into today’s championship game of the Ed Molitor Thanksgiving Classic it is hosting.

  • Will helps Prospect repeat at York Nov 27, 2014 1:08 AM
    Taylor Will went out in style after competing at the York girls basketball tournament for the past four years. The Prospect senior helped lead the Knights to their second straight tourney championship as they wrapped up 4-0 showing with Wednesday’s 70-45 victory over Wheaton North in Elmhurst. Will’s game-high 29 points moved her into second place (1,323 points) on Prospect’s all-time scoring list behind Colleen Grant (1,352).

  • Palatine powers past Richards Nov 26, 2014 11:06 PM
    Palatine improved to 2-0 by handling Richards 73-32 on Wednesday in the Ed Molitor Thanksgiving Classic hosted by the Pirates. R.J. Smith (12 points) and Mikey Williams (10 points) led a balanced effort for Palatine, which took control with a 23-point second quarter and led 40-16 by the half.

  • Palatine knocks off Huntley Nov 25, 2014 11:18 PM
    When Huntley standout Ali Andrews picked up her fourth foul in the final seconds of the third quarter on Tuesday night, the Palatine girls basketball team became like sharks that had just smelled blood in the water. Palatine (3-1) trailed by a point at the time. However, with Andrews on the bench, the Pirates scored the first 10 points of the fourth quarter and went on to deal the Red Raiders their first loss of the season, 56-44, in fourth round action at the Dundee-Crown Thanksgiving tournament.

  • Polished Palatine handles Waubonsie Valley Nov 24, 2014 11:30 PM
    In season-opening basketball games, a year or two of varsity experience can make all the difference. Palatine took full advance of its experience against a young Waubonsie Valley team in Monday’s opening round of the Ed Molitor Thanksgiving Classic on the Pirates home court. Palatine applied a relentless pressing defense that created 17 turnovers and overcame a 7-0 early deficit to put the season opener in the win column, 60-47. Waubonsie Valley plays York in the second round at 7:45 tonight, while Palatine plays again Wednesday at 7:45 against Chicago’s Richards Career Academy.

  • Palatine boosters support family of runner hit by car Nov 22, 2014 7:15 AM
    Palatine High School showed it’s a big school with a big heart as its booster club rallied the student body to raise money for the family of Ryan Kissane, an 18-year-old cross country runner who was struck by a car Thursday morning while jogging with teammates.

  • Spiwak, Mickey help Meadows improve to 2-0 Nov 22, 2014 12:47 AM
    Sophomore guard Kyra Spiwak scored 16 points with 7 assists and junior forward Hannah Mickey added 11 points with 7 rebounds for Rolling Meadows girls basketball team in a 50-43 victory at Lake Zurich in the second round of the Turkey Thriller on Friday night.

  • Palatine comes back to beat Dundee-Crown Nov 22, 2014 12:19 AM
    It would be way too early to label Palatine’s girls basketball squad a second half team just 2 games into the season. But in the case of their 66-53 win at the Dundee-Crown Thanksgiving Tournament in Carpentersville Friday night over the host Chargers, maybe the fact it took Palatine a little longer to switch gears, as head coach Mark Johnson alluded to afterward, had the Pirates in the right spot the entire time.

  • Best-ever Fremd team looks forward to finals Nov 21, 2014 11:33 PM
    In a big-picture sense, Fremd can certainly count itself as fortunate. After Friday’s girls swimming and diving state meet preliminaries at Evanston Township High School, the Vikings can look forward to all three relays scoring points in Saturday’s finals session. Grace Kneller and Erica King have earned individual point-scoring opportunities, as have senior divers Sydney Plichta and Sarah McTague. Some of the specifics, however, were not especially friendly to Fremd. “In swimming, 7 is not a particularly lucky number,” explained Fremd coach Andrew Kittrell. And that digit figured prominently in Fremd’s journey on Friday.

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