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  • Glenbard South throws a scare into R-B Dec 18, 2012 11:11 PM
    Even in defeat on Tuesday, Glenbard South’s boys basketball team grew up a little bit. Playing perennial Metro Suburban Conference power Riverside-Brookfield is never a treat, but Glenbard South hung tough in a 76-69 loss to the Bulldogs in Glen Ellyn.

     
  • Kenny, Neuqua Valley hang tough Nov 21, 2012 11:14 PM
    Neuqua Valley center Pat Kenny is no slouch standing 6-foot-4, but he still gives up 4 inches to standout Riverside-Brookfield big man Miki Ljuboja. What Kenny lacks in height, he certainly makes up for with hustle around the basket. Kenny's hard-nosed play and the Wildcats' steady game executing the fundamentals led the way to a 72-55 victory over the Bulldogs in the second round of the Bill VandeMerkt Thanksgiving Classic boys basketball tournament on Wednesday in Riverside.

     
  • Glenbard South bounces back with big win Sep 28, 2012 11:57 PM
    After a blowout loss to state-ranked Crete-Monee and a tough one-point loss at Elmwood Park in Week 5, the Raiders bounced back with a resounding 44-0 defeat of Riverside-Brookfield on Friday night in Glen Ellyn, keeping their playoff hopes alive.

     
  • St. Francis makes the plays Jun 1, 2012 11:07 PM
    Up. Down. And up again in a matter of seconds.That was how the bottom of the third inning went for No. 2 seed St. Francis in its Class 3A sectional semifinal softball contest with No. 3 Riverside-Brookfield on Friday. With the score tied 2-2, the Spartans loaded the bases with no outs, and the players and their fans were fired up.

     
  • It all adds up to victory for Hogen, Hersey Jan 4, 2012 10:13 PM
    Maggie Hogen scored a personal-high of 19 points as Hersey got off to a running start in the Season’s End tournament with a 71-39 victory over Riverside-Brookfield at the Ken Carter Gymnasium in Arlington Heights.

     
  • Images: Daily Herald prep photos of the week Aug 30, 2011 1:00 AM
    This week's Prep Photos of the Week gallery includes the best high school sports photos by Daily Herald photographers featuring football, golf, cross country and volleyball.

     
  • Images: Riverside-Brookfield vs. St. Francis football Aug 26, 2011 11:44 PM
    Riverside-Brookfield High School plays St. Francis High School at the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn. St. Francis won the game 21-14.

     
  • The new kid is favored in MSC Aug 22, 2011 7:19 PM
    For a football league with only five teams, there’s an awful lot to keep track of in the Metro Suburban Conference. Without a doubt the biggest change this season is the addition of Glenbard South to the MSC. Independent no more, the Raiders enter the conference as immediate favorites to win the title.

     
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  • Who’s competing Mar 6, 2011 6:46 AM
    Who will be competing in the Team Dance Illinois championships on Sunday in Peoria.

     
  • Suburban high schools flock to TeamDance championships in Peoria Mar 6, 2011 7:48 PM
    Poms, flag teams and dancers from more than 100 high schools throughout Illinois are converging on the Peoria Civic Center today for one of prep sports' most colorful state championships. But if you think “best in poms” means a traditional halftime routine, think again. Just the name of the sanctioning organization — TeamDance Illinois — reflects the trend. In all, more than 2,000 students will be competing, as they showcase the best dance, flag and poms routines from throughout the state.

     
  • Rough second half dooms St. Francis Mar 5, 2011 12:20 AM
    Yes, it is possible to play very well in the first half but not as well in the second half and still win. But that didn’t happen to St. Francis on Friday night against Riverside-Brookfield in the Class 3A Nazareth regional final in LaGrange Park. The Bulldogs (22-5) opened a 10-point lead on the Spartans (15-12) after three quarters and blew the game out in the final period with a 25-point effort to advance with a 63-41 victory. Riverside-Brookfield, a second seed in its own sectional, will face seventh-seeded Chicago Orr in semifinal play this Wednesday. Orr beat Chicago Marshall 60-54, also on Friday, to win the Marshall regional. The 10th-seeded Spartans led 17-13 after the first quarter on 6-of-8 shooting. Although St. Francis cooled in the second quarter for just five points, it trailed just 23-22 at halftime and it continued to look like it could be anybody’s contest. “The third quarter killed us,” St. Francis coach Shawn Healy said. “We panicked a little bit and it was downhill from there. We were not in sync. In the first half it was the way we wanted things. We had the pace we wanted.” The Spartans’ Michael Scholl, who scored 12 points, sank two free throws with 5:33 left in the period to put St. Francis within 4. But with the help of a balanced scoring attack, R-B finished the quarter on a 10-2 run. “They played tough defense all game,” Scholl said. “We came out and executed the best we could. Riverside-Brookfield is a good team.” R-B’s momentum carried over into the fourth quarter as Ryan Jackson scored 11 second-half points and teammate Luke Nortier was good for 13 during that timespan. Jackson finished with 25 points and 15 rebounds. Bulldogs coach Tom McCloskey wanted to see his team control the tempo of the game after halftime. “I didn’t like the pace (in the first half). We stepped up and stayed patient. We got some stops and got some scores,” he said. “We hit some big 3s. Ryan hit some free throws and Luke had a big night. He gave us a lift.” Ryan Coyle led St. Francis with 15 points. The Spartans went into the game after defeating fifth-seeded Nazareth 42-39 on Wednesday. “This group is second to none, a special team,” Healy said. “When things were not going well, this team continue to practice and prepare with the same effort and intensity.”

     
  • Glenbard S. goes undefeated through league Feb 12, 2011 12:52 AM
    The game wasn’t perfect, but the Metro Suburban Conference record sure is. Glenbard South completed an undefeated run through its new league with a 58-45 victory Friday night at Riverside-Brookfield. “Obviously, we did what we had to do,” Raiders coach Julie Fonda said. “There were some challenges tonight that we did not see. The box-and-oned Nevena (Markovic). They did a nice job on her. She did her best to get open and sometimes the calls don’t go your way when that happens, but I think she worked hard and did what she had to do.” Despite the extra attention Markovic still scored 14 points to go with 7 rebounds and 7 assists. But the Bulldogs also had a hard time stopping guards Alyse Cates and Theresa Scheet. Cates, a senior, scored a game-high 18 points, and the sophomore Scheet added 12. They combined to make seven 3-pointers. “My 3s finally went in,” the soft-spoken Cates said. Scheet’s production came from extra work. “She struggled yesterday in practice with her shot so she stayed after and shot a little bit, and obviously it paid off for her,” Fonda said. “She did a nice job of taking the open shot and setting her feet and following through, and that’s what she needs to do.” The Raiders (23-3, 12-0) jumped out to a 12-2 lead, but Riverside-Brookfield didn’t get discouraged, getting within a point in the fourth quarter before the Raiders pulled away in the final four minutes. “I don’t really know what happened, but we were able to come back,” Cates said. “That’s kind of been our nemesis all year,” Fonda said. “We lapse a little bit. We look up at that scoreboard and see we’re up 12-2 and we relax, and that definitely can’t be the scenario. You can’t count somebody out of a game.”

     
  • Glenbard South can’t stop Jackson, R-B Feb 12, 2011 12:52 AM
    Take away Ryan Jackson and Glenbard South defeats Riverside-Brookfield in a rout. But nobody was going to take away Jackson on Friday night. The 6-foot-2, 205-pound senior guard scored 40 points, grabbed 6 rebounds, dished 5 assists and grabbed 3 steals in a 91-71 Bulldogs victory against Glenbard South. Jackson finished 14 of 25 from the field and hit seven 3-point shots, including one from just beyond midcourt that beat the halftime buzzer. “That kind of took the wind out of our sails,” Raiders coach Wade Hardtke said. The Bulldogs were 14 of 31 from 3-point range on the night. “I don’t know what they shot, but they shot the ball awfully well,” Hardtke said. “That’s a good ballclub. I didn’t think there was any way they could shoot the ball as well as they did in the first half, and they came out and shot the ball equally as well in the second half.” Riverside-Brookfield jumped on the Raiders early and took a 50-38 lead into the halftime locker room. After three quarters it was 74-57. “We were in way too much of a hurry,” Hardtke said. “We shot the ball way too early in our possession, especially in a game like tonight. Whether it was turning the ball over early or shooting the ball too early, it just gives a team like that more opportunities to go down and score. We could never really settle in.” Jackson came out of the game with 2:53 to play having missed his only 3 shots of the fourth quarter. “I knew that they were going to try to double-team me a lot, so I figured I’d pick my spots to look to score,” said Jackson, whose scoring total tied a personal best. “Whenever they came to double-team me I was able to find my teammates.” The victory clinched a share of the Metro Suburban Conference championship for Riverside-Brookfield (17-4, 9-0), its 10th straight league title. Joe Harks led Glenbard South (9-12, 6-3) with 19 points, and Wes Sanders and Jon Berrospi added 10 apiece.

     
  • St. Viator bounces back Jan 10, 2011 11:16 PM
    St. Viator’s girls basketball players were disappointed with their performance on Saturday night against Resurrection. “We had something to prove (Monday),” said Lions senior guard Taylor Skala, who was playing in her third game after missing five weeks with a bad ankle sprain. “We wanted to show that we were a better team that we were against Resurrection (45-31 loss in Chicago).” The Lions succeeded and Skala showed she is back to her old form as the senior tossed in 15 points with 6 rebounds, 4 assists and 1 steal in a 58-37 victory over Riverside- Brookfield. The Lions (11-9) improved to 2-0 in pool play of the Season’s End tourney and will face Hersey (15-3, 2-0) at 7 p.m. next Monday. Skala’s 3-pointer gave the Lions a 5-0 lead early and they never looked back. “Mr. (Tom) Blenner (assistant to Lions head coach Paul Bjerkness) told us in warm-ups that if we could get the early lead, the game could be ours and we did that,” said Lions 6-foot-1 junior center Lauren Rooney, who also scored 15 points with 11 rebounds, 4 blocked shots, 1 steal and 1 rebound. “We started out with a lot of energy and we were moving the ball much better than we did against Resurrection.” Skala had two nice back-to-back assists on baskets to Rooney and Kim McAvoy which gave the Lions a 14-6 lead after one quarter. The lead grew to 27-12 by half as junior Katie Gavin started out the second quarter with 3-pointer. Gavin finished with 6 points while Morgan Hess, McAvoy and Tracy Supergan each chipped in 4. “Composure was the key,” added Skala, who will play for Rockhurst University in Kansas City next season. “I felt we had more movement in our offense this game. We needed to settle down after that last game.” Riverside-Brookfield (6-11) will face Latin (11-7) next Monday at 5:30 p.m. at Hersey. “Taylor Skala was the difference,” said Huskies coach Larry Rocco. “We didn’t think she would play (ankle injury) so we wanted to take No. 10 (Gavin) out of the game. “We should have gone to man-to-man defense earlier in the game and we should have pressed earlier.” The Bulldogs were led by junior Danielle Peco’s 17 points, including three 3-pointers. The 5-6 guard was 7-of-10 from the field. “But as a team, we shot 27 percent from the field,” Rocco said. “You can’t beat anyone when you do that. We have to shoot better.”

     
  • R-B stifles Glenbard South Jan 8, 2011 1:00 AM
    For most of the first half, it looked as if Riverside-Brookfield and Glenbard South would come down to the final moments before anything was decided Friday night on Pack the Place night in Glen Ellyn. However, a strong finish to the opening half, paired with a strong second half, gave R-B all the breathing room it needed in a 79-73 Metro Suburban Conference victory. Riverside-Brookfield (9-3, 3-0) and Glenbard South (4-8, 2-2) went back and forth for the majority of the first half, as neither team led by more than four points. Then Raiders big man Dusko Despot was forced to the bench with three fouls and the Bulldogs took full advantage, as they ended the first half on a 14-6 run to stake the Bulldogs to a 43-35 halftime lead. Leading the charge for Riverside-Brookfield were senior guard Ryan Jackson and 6-foot-9 senior center Alex Dziagwa. “When their big man (Despot) went out, if I went to the basket or if anybody missed a shot, ‘Big Z’ was able to get some easy putbacks,” Jackson said. Jackson led all scorers with 29 points as he attacked the hoop as well as hit three 3-pointers to keep the Raiders’ defense off-balance. Dziagwa also chipped in with 14 points and 8 rebounds. “I was trying to get to the basket and get some fouls and get in a groove,” Jackson said. “I also wanted to feed ‘Big Z’ for some easy layups.” The Bulldogs fattened their lead to 13 points after the third period, as they continued to attack the post while hitting some open 3-pointers. Senior guard Joe Harks valiantly kept the Raiders within striking distance, pouring in a team-high 25 points, including 10 second-quarter points while Despot was on the bench in foul trouble. “We let off them in the second half; we weren’t as intense as we were in the first half,” Harks said. “(Dziagwa) was taking over in the paint in the second half with Dusko in foul trouble and that hurt us a lot.” Despot finished with 15 points and 11 rebounds, but despite his double-double, the Raiders’ inability to stop the Bulldogs from controlling the paint, both defensively and on the glass sealed their fate. “We knew if we kept playing good defense they would eventually start missing shots and we would keep hitting ours,” Jackson said. “With their big man on the bench it was easy for us.”

     
  • Hogen, Hersey handle Riverside-Brookfield Jan 5, 2011 11:10 PM
    Hersey’s Maggie Hogen went into Wednesday’s night opening-round of the Season’s End tourney with a career-high of 12 points. The 5-foot-11 junior forward scored that many points in the third quarter against Riverside-Brookfield. Throw in another bucket in the second period and Hogen produced a new career-high of 14 points as the Huskies (13-3) won their ninth straight with a 63-25 victory over the Bulldogs at the Carter Gymnasium in Arlington Heights. “I just felt like I was being aggressive,” said Hogen of her productive third quarter, in which she scored 6 unanswered points to extend Hersey’s lead to 35-9 with 5:22 left in the third quarter. “My coaches (Mary Fendley and assistant Julia Barthel) told me to post up and of course I was getting good passes from my teammates.” DePaul-bound Megan Rogowski, who finished with 12 points despite the usual extra attention by her opponent, handed out 6 assists. “That’s a very good Hersey team,” said Bulldogs coach Larry Rocco, whose team (6-8) fell behind 15-2 after one quarter. “Rogowski is outstanding. We didn’t want her to beat us so we boxed her out with two defenders who did a good job. But she is a terrific player. “And we let Hogen get away.” Hogen, who was 7-of-9 from the floor, also added 14 rebounds in her big effort. “Maggie worked hard to get open, she got good rebounding position, and she finished,” Fendley said. Rogowski hit 2 free throws less than a minute into the game. The Huskies led 11-0 with Rogowski scoring 4 of the points. Senior forward Eileen Zydek (7 points) added 5 in the rally and Stefanie Mueller had the other 2. Sophomore Casey Weyhrich came off the bench to score 8 points for the Huskies while point guard Jen Hall added 7. Corinne Busby scored all 6 of her points in the second half. Fendley was able to use each of her starters for less than a half. Erin Hartwig (4 points), a 5-8 junior guard, came off the bench and scored her first varsity points with back-to-back steals and layups in the final 1:24 of the game. “Our goal now is focusing on the Mid-Suburban East,” Fendley said. “It starts up again on Saturday against a very talented Prospect team (at Hersey at 7:30 p.m.). We’ll spend a few days getting ready for them.” The Huskies were sure ready for Riverside-Brookfield. “One of our goals is to win two tournaments during the regular season,” said Hogen, whose team was coming off its second straight title in the Wheaton North Falcon Classic. “And we really wanted to start the new year off with a win.” Oak Park-River Forest 60, Rolling Meadows 58: In Season’s End action at Fenton High School, the Mustangs (11-6) dropped a close one. Sophomore center Morgan Keller led Meadows with 20 points while freshman Jackie Kemph added 16. Kemph had two 3-pointers while teammates Amanda Gunn (junior) and freshman Jennifer Vliet each had one. Junior guard Stekara Hall led Oak Park with a game-high 30 points.

     
  • St. Charles East battles R-B but can’t slow Jackson Dec 31, 2010 1:00 AM
    Playing its fourth game in as many days, St. Charles East was well within striking distance of sixth-seeded Riverside-Brookfield Thursday, trailing 67-66 with 3:37 remaining. But the Saints had no answer for Bulldogs senior Ryan Jackson. The Lewis University-bound Jackson, a 6-2 point guard, doubled as a small power forward, scoring 16 of his game-high 35 points in the fourth quarter — 10 of those points coming over the final 3-plus minutes to lift R-B (8-3) to an 83-72 victory over the Saints in the seventh-place game of the 37th annual Jack Tosh Holiday Classic Basketball Tournament at York High School. “We knew they had a stud,” Saints coach Brian Clodi said of Jackson. “Up to this point, he had shot the ball 90 times, including free throws, in three (tournament) games. “Nobody has figured out how to stop him. He’s averaging 25 (points) a game. It was just unfortunate that we let him get 25 points in the second half. That can’t happen.” Jackson, who didn’t score a single point in the first quarter, was at his best down the stretch. He also made 16 of 17 at the line. After the Saints drew within 67-66 on a driving lauyp by sophomore all-tournament selection Kendall Stephens (12 points, 5 rebounds, 3 blocked shots) with 3:37 left, Jackson answered at the other end. Gaining inside position along the baseline, Jackson muscled his way to a three-point play before draining a 3-pointer from the top of the key on their next possession to extend the Bulldogs’ lead to 73-66. “He did what he wanted to,” said Clodi. “The goal was to get it (ball) out of his hands and don’t let him get it back. They played through him and we let them play through him.” Jackson also grabbed 8 rebounds and had 5 assists, with most of them benefiting 6-9 senior center Alex Dziagwa (19 points, 11 rebounds). “We let one guy beat us and that’s disappointing as a coach and as a team,” said Clodi. After facing St. Ignatius and its 6-10 center, Nnanna Egwu, 24 hours earlier, the Saints were no match for Jackson’s inside game against R-B. “He’s a big body in the paint,” said senior guard Spencer Motley, who led the Saints with 21 points, 8 assists and 5 steals. “He has a mismatch pretty much every time because the point guard is going to guard him.” St. Charles East led 40-38 during a first half that featured 13 lead changes and 4 ties. Sophomore Mike Woods (9 points) helped the Saints’ bench outscore the Bulldogs, 13-2. Johnny Hondlik and Charlie Fisher each added 11 points for the Saints. “Our defense is what killed us, especially our help-side defense on No. 15 (Jackson),” said Stephens. “We let up 83 points today,” added Motley. “That’s way too many points.” After facing four of the top six seeded teams (No. 1 Maine South, No. 4 St. Ignatius, No. 5 Brother Rice and R-B) in the tournament, nobody can accuse the Saints of taking the easy road. Together, their four tourney opponents own a collective 36-11 record. The Saints are now 4-8. “We’ll move on,” said Clodi. “We’ll look at a lot of film over the break and get ready for Geneva (Jan. 7).”

     
  • South Elgin drives past Riverside-Brookfield Dec 30, 2010 1:00 AM
    Spread the floor and drive the gaps. Finish strong for a layup or dish off when the defense rotates. Or just beat the defense altogether with a backdoor cut. It was a simple plan, and it’s how the South Elgin boys basketball team dissected Riverside-Brookfield’s defense Wednesday in a 69-64 victory at the 37th Annual Jack Tosh Holiday Classic at York. “We just take what the defense gives us,” said South Elgin senior guard Sam Sutter, who led all scorers with 24 points. “Luckily, they gave us some lanes and we took advantage of it.” South Elgin (7-5) will play St. Ignatius (8-2) for fifth-place today at 4 p.m., thanks to the way the Storm burned the Bulldogs for layup after layup, particularly during an 11-0 second-quarter run that expanded their lead from a point to 12 in a span of 150 seconds. The second-quarter microburst responsible for the Storm surge featured a turnaround jumper in the paint by a driving Martin Duarte (7 points), a backdoor pass from Sutter for a reverse layup by Matthew Downing (6 points), Duarte’s 3-pointer and a pair of inside buckets from hardscrabble forward Dillon Gardner, who notched 4 assists and 6 rebounds to go with his 17 points. “My role was to get everyone involved in the offense, get everyone some open looks, pitch in a little bit and get some nice drives,” said Gardner, a 6-1 senior. “If a guy helps over, I just dish it and get an easy basket.” Riverside-Brookfield (7-3) was powered by 23 points from Lewis University-bound senior guard Ryan Jackson, 13 points by 6-4 senior guard Charlie Morrissey and 11 points and 6 rebounds by 6-foot-9 senior Alex Dziagwa. But the Bulldogs’ issue was their inability to stop Sutter, Gardner and company from spreading out and making cuts and drives for layups. “Their spread offense is very effective and they beat us on some back cuts,” R-B coach Tom McCloskey said. “They got to loose balls in the second quarter and they did a great job.” “I thought we were getting a lot of paint touches off our drives and that’s what sparked it,” South Elgin coach Chaz Taft said of the 11-0 run. “We just kept driving in the paint, just trying to suck those guys in, create and getting the drive and the closeout. “I thought that opened up some really big gaps for our offense.” R-B trailed 32-20 at the half but moved within 38-35 on a three-point play by Dziagwa with 3:15 left in the third quarter. Sutter later responded with a personal 7-0 run to restore South Elgin’s lead to double digits early in the fourth quarter. Protecting a 9-point cushion, the Storm took the air out of the ball with three minutes remaining. They sank 13-of-19 free throws in the fourth quarter to keep the Bulldogs at bay. A victory over St. Ignatius would give South Elgin a 3-1 record in the 16-team tournament and a fifth-place finish. The previous best showing for the Storm at York was a sixth-place finish in 2008. “We’ve never had a team go 3-1 here,” Sutter said. “If we go 3-1, we’ll be bragging to the older guys.” St. Ignatius blasted St. Charles East Wednesday, 66-38, behind 24 points and 13 rebounds from Nnanna Egwu, a 6-10, 230-pound Illinois recruit ranked among the top 100 high school prospects nationally by multiple scouting services.

     
  • Fenton clinches MSC crown, playoffs Oct 23, 2010 12:41 AM
    When Alan Geneva lines up at quarterback for Fenton, opposing teams know what’s coming next, but having that advance knowledge certainly doesn’t mean they can do anything about it. A lightning quick runner with crafty moves and an uncanny knack to the hit the holes, Geneva usually runs the ball with much success out of the Wildcat formation. In Friday’s football showdown against Riverside-Brookfield with a playoff berth and the Metro Suburban Conference title on the line, Geneva’s Wildcat play infused some much needed energy into a stagnant Bison offense late in the contest. The junior scored a touchdown run in the fourth quarter to lift Fenton to a 20-13 victory over the host Bulldogs in Brookfield. Geneva’s score from 16 yards out with 10:10 left in the game came at a critical time as R-B had rallied back with 13 points in the third quarter to tie it on Senior Night. Geneva’s run prior to the touchdown sprint went for 49 yards. “At that point of the game, R-B had done a great job of adjusting to what we are doing with our leads and tosses,” said Fenton coach Mark Kos. “(The Bulldogs) were taking away the hitches a little bit so we thought it was time to try to change the pace of the game and change the dynamic. “Alan Geneva, he is just an athlete. Sometimes it looks like nothing is there and he finds that crack and seem. He just has speed.” “Coming together as a team in the fourth quarter (was key),” said Geneva, who rushed for 93 yards on 12 carries. The Bison (6-3, 5-1) will find out who they play when the pairings are announced tonight. One thing is for sure they will open on the road, but this is a team that has a growing confidence for battling adversity and getting the job done. With the game on its home field, R-B had that advantage and also the fact that it had beaten Fenton 22-21 in the earlier meeting between the two teams. The Bison came out looking to put the Bulldogs (4-5, 4-2) away early. After a 87-yard kickoff return for a touchdown by Eron McCoy got called back because of a block in the back penalty, Fenton scored four plays later on a 1-yard plunge by quarterback Sean Havlovic. The big play during that drive was a 25-yard run by Chris Butz. Then with a little more than a minute to play before the half, the Bison scored again when Havlovic connected with Frank DiLauro on a 7-yard pass play for a 13-0 lead at the break. R-B’s big play came from quarterback David Skowronski, who raced 53 yards for a touchdown late in the third quarter. The extra point tied it, but Fenton rallied back. “Hats off to Fenton,” said R-B coach Jason Rech. “They did some stuff scheme wise that went against their tendencies. They took advantage.” Added Havlovic: “This win means a lot. Winning the conference championship and beating our rivals on their field, it means almost the world.”

     
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