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  • Hersey’s back in business, tops Cary-Grove Jan 25, 2015 12:41 AM
    Hersey’s girls basketball team played back-to-back games for the third consecutive weekend when it traveled to Cary on Saturday afternoon. Coming off a victory over her alma mater (Rolling Meadows) on Friday night, Huskies coach Mary Fendley watched her team pick up its 17th win of the season less than 24 hours later. Led by Claire Gritt (17 points, 6 steals, 5 assists), Juliette Vainisi (9 points), Gina Miklasz (7 points), Kelly Weyhrich (6 points, 7 assists, 5 rebounds) and Maggie Berigan (6 rebounds, 9 blocks), the Huskies (17-5) prevailed 50-29 over the Trojans.

  • Hersey grabs second place in own invitational Jan 24, 2015 10:19 PM
    hersey produced their top finish since 1990 in the boys swimming invitational it hosted at Olympic Pool in Arlington Heights on Saturday, scoring 369.5 points to place just behind winner Deerfield (377). Michael Petro turned in victories in the 200-yard IM (1:58.42) and 100 fly (54.77) to lead the way for Hersey.

  • Wojcik, Rolling Meadows get back to .500 Jan 24, 2015 11:32 PM
    The Rolling Meadows boys basketball team notched its second win of the season over Wheeling with a 70-57 win in a Mid-Suburban East test Saturday. The visiting Mustangs, who won the first meeting 66-60 after trailing by 18 points in the third quarter, improved to 9-9 and 4-2 in the East while Wheeling slipped to 4-14 and 1-5. Matt Wojcik led the Mustang with 20 points, followed by sophomore Jared Murphy (19) and classmate Jack Schoessling (15).

  • Blackwell comes up big as Schaumburg bounces Palatine Jan 24, 2015 12:29 AM
    Schaumburg senior Jada Blackwell scored 9 of her team-high 13 points in overtime as the Saxons pulled out a 40-37 girls basketball victory over visiting Palatine in Mid-Suburban West play on Friday. Blackwell had a big 3-pointer in the extra session along with 4 free throws and a basket while classmate Brittany Reinhart also made a free throw as the hosts outscored the Pirates 10-7 in the extra four minutes.

  • Rolling Meadows powers up against Prospect Jan 24, 2015 2:44 AM
    Rolling Meadows thrived Friday in the charged-up atmosphere of the Wheeling’s pool. As a result, the Mustangs are on track to accomplish something that no Meadows boys swim team has done before. Before a standing-room-only crowd, the Mustangs defeated host Prospect 107.5-78.5 to improve to 4-0 in the Mid-Suburban East and move one step closer to an East title. If Meadows can defeat Hersey in their final East Division meet of the season, they’ll win the division for the first time ever, a drought that stretches through 45 years of swimming. “What a big win,” said Meadows senior Jake Barson, who was victorious in the 100-yard breaststroke (1:00.58) and 200 IM (2:03.36).

  • Rolling Meadows, Prospect prepare for East showdown Jan 22, 2015 3:56 PM
    The friendliest of rivals will put that friendship to the test starting at 4:30 p.m. Friday as Prospect’s boys swimming team hosts Rolling Meadows at Wheeling’s pool. The defending Mid-Suburban East champion Knights expect a great meet from Rolling Meadows as both aim to keep their hopes alive for a perfect run against their divisional foes. Both teams are unbeaten through their first three East duals, so the winner Friday will be in a commanding position with just one East dual meet remaining next week.

  • Richae, Hoffman Estates lead a winning battle Jan 22, 2015 9:19 PM
    Mid-Suburban League girls bowlers were competing for a cure Thursday night at Arlington Lanes. While rolling their usual conference matches, the MSL players were also bowling for the fight against epilepsy. “In addition to showing awareness,” said Hoffman Estates coach Dan Pfligler, “the teams were raising money for the cause. All of the teams were wearing a ‘Bowl for the Cure – Strike Against Epilepsy’ t-shirt, and many people were supporting by not only wearing the shirts but also making donations. Meanwhile, on the lanes, the Hawks continued to excel. Hoffman Estates defeated Buffalo Grove 7-2, led by sophomore Amanda Richae, who excelled at Wednesday’s meet by rolling a 699 series — the best in the league so far this year.

  • Victories for Barrington, Rolling Meadows Jan 20, 2015 9:32 PM
    Junior Rapolas Ivanauskas scored a game-high 21 points to help Barrington past Wheeling 81-48 on Tuesday in Mid-Suburban League boys basketball divisional crossover at Barrington, and Rolling Meadows netted a 57-50 victory over visiting Niles West in nonconference play.

  • Prospect's Larock, Rolling Meadows' Johnston savor all-around success Jan 17, 2015 9:51 PM
    Prospect senior Maddie Larock and Rolling Meadows junior Kelly Johnston both are eyeing a big finish at the girls gymnastics state meet this season. Larock and Johnston took a big step toward that goal on Saturday, putting on state-worthy performances in tying for the all-around with 37.50 at the Prospect Invitational. Larock took first on the bars (9.5) and had second-place finishes on vault (9.65) and beam (9.55) in leading the Knights to the team title with a season-best score of 144.3. Schaumburg hit a season-best 140.45 to take second, followed by Rolling Meadows (134.85), Buffalo Grove (132.35), Elk Grove (115.60) and Wheeling (109.95).

  • Rolling Meadows gets past Buffalo Grove in OT Jan 17, 2015 10:12 PM
    Rolling Meadows’ boys basketball team overcame 0-for-10 shooting and a 13-0 deficit to start the game to beat visiting Buffalo Grove 65-60 in two overtimes Saturday night in Mid-Suburban East play. Sophomore Jared Murphy (27 points, 7 rebounds) put the Mustangs ahead for good with :51 left in the second overtime at 59-58. Jack Schoessling (17 points) followed with 2 free throws and Murphy had 2 more for a 63-58 lead with :17 left. The win keeps the Mustangs’ hopes alive in the Mid-Suburban East at 3-2, to go with a 7-9 overall mark. The Bison fell to 0-5 and 3-13.

  • Mickey, Rolling Meadows muster up a big win Jan 17, 2015 12:50 AM
    Hannah Mickey scored a career-high 19 points to help the Rolling Meadows girl basketball team get past visiting Buffalo Grove 51-37 on Friday night. The junior forward had 9 field goals, at least two in every quarter as the Mustangs improved to 14-5 and 2-3 in the Mid-Suburban East.

  • Rolling Meadows times it right at Buffalo Grove Jan 17, 2015 12:50 AM
    It’s safe to say Rolling Meadows very much enjoyed its first visit to Buffalo Grove’s new pool, where the Mustangs claimed a 135-50 victory Friday to remain undefeated in Mid-Suburban East boys swimming. The standout efforts for Meadows included a 59.30 in the 100-yard breaststroke from senior Jake Barson, along with a 2:02.56 in the 200 IM.

  • Chiappetta adds PPD senior team to her coaching array Jan 14, 2015 10:52 PM
    Rolling Meadows varsity boys and girls swimming coach Monika Chiappetta was already keeping busy coaching the sports she loves. She’s about to get busier. In addition to her high school duties and a private coaching business, she’s added responsibilities within the Palatine Park District program, joining head coach Tony Gallagher with the team’s senior swimmers, effective immediately.

  • Rolling Meadows prevails at Niles West Jan 13, 2015 11:22 PM
    Rolling Meadows’ girls basketball team improved to 14-5 on Tuesday night with a 48-42 nonconference victory over Niles West in Skokie. The Mustangs were led by sophomore guard Kyra Spiwak, whose 19 points included 11-of-14 free throws.

  • Maine West completes a most winning weekend Jan 10, 2015 9:19 PM
    What a difference 24 hours can make for Maine West. On Friday night just before tip off, the Warriors had just one victory. By Saturday night at the same time, Maine West had 3 wins. After equaling their season win total with a win over Maine East on Friday, Maine West doubled its pleasure by holding off Rolling Meadows 53-50 Saturday in Des Plaines.

  • St. Charles East on schedule, wins at Maine West Jan 10, 2015 8:20 PM
    If St. Charles East hopes to repeat as Upstate Eight champs in a couple of weeks, it’s important that Jason Potter’s club is at full strength and in form when his Saints go to host Geneva to defend their crown. Consider that plan very much on track. On Saturday afternoon in Des Plaines, the Saints showed they are well equipped to lift another conference trophy by sweeping all three of their duals at Maine West, including an opener with Northern Illinois power DeKalb (14-4-0) with a thrilling 32-29 comeback victory. The Saints later bounced both Rolling Meadows (13-4-0) and the host Warriors to run their overall record to 13-4-0.

  • Boys swimming / Northwest roundup Jan 10, 2015 10:46 PM
    Highland Park took top honors in the eight-team invitational hosted by Elk Grove on Saturday, finishing with 375 points to better Cary-Grove (344), Hoffman Estates (312) and the host Grenadiers (240). Cary-Grove junior Cooper Langanis took top honors in the 200-yard free (1:46.75) and 500 free (4:56.38). Elk Grove senior Colin Williams won the 100 fly (53.27) and placed second in the 200 free (1:47.43). Hoffman Estates had the top finishers in both the ‘fastest’ and ‘fast’ heats of the 50 free. Joe Smiley won the ‘fast’ in 22.79 and Bartosz Widelak won the ‘fastest’ in 22.57.

  • Back at full strength, Prospect produces Jan 10, 2015 11:12 PM
    Prospect’s girls basketball team welcomed Haley Will back to the lineup on Saturday afternoon after the sophomore point guard missed the previous two games due to illness. Her return hardly went unnoticed. Will sank three key 3-pointers, including 2 big ones in the second half when the Knights defense rose to the occasion as the state’s No. 8-ranked team in Class 4A pull out a 44-36 triumph over Rolling Meadows at the Jean Walker Field House in Mt. Prospect.

  • Full speed ahead for Meadows in victory at Hoffman Estates Jan 9, 2015 9:53 PM
    There was no rust, nary a post-holiday letdown for the Rolling Meadows boys swim team Friday afternoon. The Mustangs, on the road after the Mid-Suburban League winter break, defeated host Hoffman Estates 99-67 to improve 3-1 in dual meets this season. Sure, the main headline-makers were at top form, like senior Jake Barson, who won the 200-meter individual medley (2:21.26) and the 100 breaststroke (1:09.03). Freshman Jake Dellorto did likewise in the 200 freestyle (2:04.65) and 400 freestyle (4:30.72). The pair also helped the Mustangs end the meet with a bang by winning the 400 free relay with teammates David Myers and Filip Pancerz, in 3:52.19. But Meadows showed its depth with strong efforts from its third swimmers, allowing it to take the top three places in six events, and finish 1-2-3 in two of them.

  • Rolling Meadows tops Prospect in OT Jan 9, 2015 10:51 PM
    What a difference a half a season makes. At least that’s what Rolling Meadows coach Kevin Katovich thinks. Katovich had just seen his Mustangs give up an 8-point lead with 1:34 left in the game against visiting Prospect, as the Knights closed out regulation with a 9-1 run to force a 50-all tie. Prospect then scored the first 4 points in the overtime to lead 54-50. Rolling Meadows came back strong in the extra period to edge Prospect 58-56 in the Mid-Suburban East matchup.

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