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  • Montini blanks Lake ParkApr 1, 2014 12:00 AM
    Tuesday afternoon’s 4-0 Montini softball victory over Lake Park first looked like one of those games where the team wins 1-0 on one play or one hit. The Broncos, though, found their groove in the fourth inning of the contest held indoors at The Rosemont Dome, scoring all four of their runs on five hits. Montini had just one hit during the first three innings and just one hit after its big inning.

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    Prendergast steps down at South ElginApr 1, 2014 12:00 AM
    Tim Prendergast never really envisioned himself coaching girls basketball. “I never paid much attention to the girls game,” he says. But when Jason Schaal decided to focus on being South Elgin’s head softball coach, Prendergast decided to accept the challenge of building the Storm’s fledgling girls basketball program. Now, seven years later, Prendergast has decided to step down from the head coaching position of what has become one of the most competitive and respected programs in the area.

  • Softball: Monday’s resultsMar 31, 2014 12:00 AM

  • Girls soccer: Monday’s resultsMar 31, 2014 12:00 AM

  • Mundelein rallies for victoryMar 31, 2014 12:00 AM

  • Hogan’s heroic in Viator victoryMar 31, 2014 12:00 AM
    St. Viator’s softball team went indoors to play on Monday. And its senior pitcher Samantha Hogan went into the record books. Hogan struck out a school-record 15 batters in an 8-0 shutout over Guerin Prep at The Dome in Rosemont. She also had a day to remember at the plate, clubbing a home run and double with 2 RBI. Hogan finished with a 2-hitter as the Lions improved to 4-1 overall.

  • Metea Valley ready to go against Plainfield NorthMar 31, 2014 12:00 AM
    It was not like the Metea Valley softball team had to wait a long time for Monday’s 11-8 season-opening road win at Plainfield North to start its season schedule.

  • Elk Grove coach Ken Grams is surrounded by players commemorating his 800th career softball coaching victory with special T-shirts after an 18-2, 6-inning triumph over host Fenton on Monday.

    Rolling right along, Elk Grove’s Grams gets win No. 800Mar 31, 2014 12:00 AM
    No more than 50 yards behind the backstop of Fenton’s softball field, Metra trains were quickly zipping by late Monday afternoon. Almost like the 34 seasons for Elk Grove softball coach Ken Grams, who was playing the host Bison in Bensenville as the Grens won 18-2 in six inning, giving the coach career victory no. 800.

  • Hersey’s Fendley nets IBCA recognitionMar 31, 2014 12:00 AM
    For the second time in four years, the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association has recognized Hersey’s Mary Fendley. The Huskies girls basketball coach has been voted an IBCA co-coach of the year. Her team enjoyed a 25-5 season with all its losses coming to two teams — Class AA state-runnerup Rolling Meadows and Mid-Suburban League runner-up Prospect.

  • St. Charles East pitcher Haley Beno fields a bunt and fires to first to throw out Burlington Central’s Kelly Wiater during Monday’s game in St. Charles.

    New year, same result for St. Charles EastMar 31, 2014 12:00 AM
    St. Charles East picked up right where it left off last June. And, in a way, so did Burlington Central. For the Saints that was a good thing. St. Charles East, the 2013 Class 4A state runner-up, pounded out 16 hits and dominated the Rockets in a 14-4 win in five innings Monday afternoon in a nonconference softball game in St. Charles. It was the season opener for both teams, as well as their first action of any kind on a full field.

  • Benet played Neuqua Valley Monday, March 31 in indoor softball action in Rosemont. Benet’s Emily York, left, high fives Shannon Mills in the second inning after she scored.

    Benet powers up to beat Neuqua ValleyMar 31, 2014 12:00 AM
    The Benet softball team fought back from some early struggles to beat the Neuqua Valley Wildcats 8-4 in six innings at the Dome in Rosemont on Monday.

  • Van Vlierbergen breaks meet record in 800Mar 29, 2014 12:00 AM
    Even after her race was over at the Illinois Prep Top Times meet at the Shirk Center on the campus of Illinois Wesleyan University, the full meaning wasn’t quite sinking in. The 800-meter run for Jacobs junior Lauren Van Vlierbergen was just that good.

  • Count it as a Stevenson win over Elk GroveMar 29, 2014 12:00 AM
    Saturday’s game between Elk Grove and Stevenson could have been coined the ‘countdown’ game of the Barrington softball quad. Grenadiers coach Ken Grams went into the contest needing just 1 win to reach 800 for his career while Patriots skipper Larry Friedrichs stood just 4 away from 500. Throw in Barrington Hall of Fame coach Perry Peterson, who was coaching on the opposite diamond against Mundelein, and you had three Hall of Fame coaches with a combined 1,954 wins. The successful trio of coaches watched their teams battle the cold weather conditions to provide nearly five hours of entertaining softball at the Fields of Dreams. Just before darkness had settled in, the Pats gave Friedrichs, an Elk Grove grad, his first win of his 26th season with a 11-7 victory over his alma mater.

  • Elk Grove’s Allie Peters gets a pat on the helmet from teammates after hitting a home run against Mundelein at the Fields of Dreams on Saturday in Barrington.

    Berry good effort for Elk Grove’s PetersMar 29, 2014 12:00 AM
    Mary Peters whipped up a winning batter for her little softball batter. Fueled by her mom’s blueberry pancakes, 5-foot-1 senior Allie Peters belted 2 homers and knocked in 6 runs to power Elk Grove to a season-opening, 15-1 win over Mundelein in five innings at the Fields of Dreams on a sunny but cold Saturday in Barrington.

  • Buffalo Grove’s Kelli Zickert, center, battles Lake Park’s Casey Harris, right, during girls soccer action in Roselle.

    Buffalo Grove zaps Lake ParkMar 29, 2014 12:00 AM
    The Buffalo Grove girls soccer team continued to show why it’s one of the best teams in the state by taking down Lake Park in an 8-0 blowout at Lake Park on Saturday. The Bison (3-0) scored four goals in each half and were led by senior Kelli Zickert, who had 5 goals and an assist in the match.

  • Glenbard West’s Graham Top Times 3,200 champMar 29, 2014 12:00 AM
    Only someone dedicated to running a perfect race could find a flaw in a 3,200-meter race she won by 23.48 seconds. That someone is Glenbard West sophomore Lindsey Graham, whose 10:44.98 clocking in the Illinois Top Times meet on Illinois Wesleyan University’s 200-meter indoor track Saturday outdistanced the field but not her expectations.

  • Huntley shuts out Elk GroveMar 29, 2014 12:00 AM
    Huntley goalkeeper Jessica Galason didn’t have a lot to do for much of Saturday afternoon’s contest against Elk Grove. The senior made back-to-back saves in a matter of a couple seconds late in the game to preserve a two-goal lead. The Red Raiders’ Samantha Bessey added another goal a minute and a half later to help Huntley to a 3-0 victory over the Grenadiers.

  • West Aurora’s Mariyah Zeitz leaps to receive the ball in front of Geneva’s Megan Fitz in the first half in Aurora on Saturday, March 29.

    Geneva blanks West AuroraMar 29, 2014 12:00 AM
    Even strong teams need time to settle into matches, and there were early moments when Geneva’s play looked a bit disjointed on Saturday at West Aurora. But once the Vikings found their collective stride, they found some passing patterns, scored a variety of goals and finished their third straight shutout in a 4-0 nonconference victory.

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