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  • 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.

  • St. Charles East throttles Elgin Jan 10, 2015 10:01 PM
    Granted, Elgin can’t be considered an Upstate Eight River basketball power this year, but host St. Charles East delivered the message it had to Saturday night.

  • St. Charles East bowlers set state record Jan 8, 2015 7:23 PM
    To be sure, there’s grueling challenges ahead. Right now, though, St. Charles East’s boys bowling team is rolling.

  • It’s that time again — predictions sure to go wrong Jan 8, 2015 2:57 PM
    It is that time. Good, bad or just so-so, it is time to write my annual predictions column for 2015.

  • Girls basketball: Week 5 MVP Jan 7, 2015 9:43 PM
    Benet junior guard Kathleen Doyle has earned Daily Herald MVP honors for her recent efforts, which helped lead the Redwings to a triumph in Montini’s girls basketball holiday tournament.

  • Coaches hand out midseason grades Jan 7, 2015 5:53 PM
    Moving from the holiday tournaments into the second half of the season is a fine time for midterm assessments of Tri-Cities boys basketball teams.

  • Training puts St. Charles schools in prime position Jan 6, 2015 3:56 PM
    Every high school sport gets a preseason. Boys swimming gets two. First is the traditional preseason, which takes place the two weeks before the early December start to the season. The second of these heavy training periods comes over Christmas Break, when most teams take a competitive break or limit themselves to one meet and train heavily.

  • Glenbard West gives St. Charles East a scare Jan 7, 2015 12:00 AM
    One sign of a good team is winning without its best stuff. When St. Charles East deadeye guard Cole Gentry goes 2 of 5 from the free-throw line it’s an off night. Perhaps it was the 10-day layoff, the Tuesday nonconference game, but host Glenbard West had that layoff, too.

  • Deep lineup keys Marmion’s Dvorak title Jan 5, 2015 10:23 PM
    The Dvorak Tournament, arguably the most important wrestling invitational in the state during the regular season, crowned Marmion as its champion for the second time in the last four years over the holidays.

  • Looking back at a year filled with champions Jan 3, 2015 4:33 PM
    While we are a few days into the New Year, I’d like to take one last look at a memorable 2014 for area high school athletics.

  • 8 named Eagle Scouts in St. Charles ceremony Jan 3, 2015 7:25 PM
    More than 300 people attended the Convocation of Eagles at the Riverwoods Family Campus in St. Charles Saturday, recognizing the achievements and service of eight new Eagle Scouts. Many of the new Eagle scouts are current or prior students of St. Charles North High School or St. Charles East High School. “All who know you rejoice in your achievements,” said Scoutmaster Andy Rollins.

  • Batavia wins at the buzzer Dec 29, 2014 2:59 PM
    Danny Pieczynski swished a 3-pointer from the left wing at the buzzer to give Batavia a 41-40 victory over Downers Grove South on Monday at York’s Jack Tosh Holiday Tournament.

  • St. Charles East claims Chuck Dayton title Dec 27, 2014 11:19 PM
    St. Charles East did everything possible to impress this week at the 87th annual Chuck Dayton Tournament, flashing its high-octane offense and turnover-forcing defense against one overwhelmed opponent after another. Everything except play a game with anything on the line in the second half — anything more than whether the Saints would reach triple digits. The Saints entered Saturday night’s championship game against host DeKalb having won their first three tournament games by an average of 37 points. The championship game proved more of the same, played in front of a large and lively crowd. The Saints were pushed for almost a half, their star in foul trouble — and they still ended up winning by 24.

  • Downers North tops St. Charles East in 3rd-place game Dec 27, 2014 11:26 PM
    It was a forgettable first half for St. Charles East’s girls basketball team Saturday night. Held to 19 percent shooting from the field (4 of 21) during a 9-point opening half, the Saints (11-4) dug themselves a 14-point halftime hole that proved to be a little too deep.

  • St. Charles East dominates with defense this time Dec 27, 2014 12:09 AM
    St. Charles East showcased its prolific offense by averaging 95 points in the first two games of DeKalb’s 87th annual Chuck Dayton Holiday Classic. In Friday night’s semifinal matchup with Glenbrook North, the top-seeded Saints featured a suffocating first half defense that limited the Spartans to just 13 points.

  • St. Charles East’s upset bid slips away Dec 26, 2014 11:40 PM
    St. Charles East’s girls basketball team nearly knocked a team from the unbeaten ranks for the second consecutive game Friday night. This time, however, the fifth-seeded Saints (11-3) weren’t quite able to apply the finishing touch on top-seeded Glenbrook South (15-0) during their 52-46 semifinal setback in the 31st annual Bill Neibch Falcon Holiday Tournament at Wheaton North.

  • St. Charles East shoots into semifinals at Wheaton N. Dec 23, 2014 10:40 PM
    St. Charles East’s girls basketball team has found itself in the consolation championship game at the Wheaton North Bill Neibch Tournament the past few years. The Saints are moving to the prime time spot this season.

  • St. Charles East stays hot at DeKalb Dec 23, 2014 10:28 PM
    Just because St. Charles East scored 102 points Monday in the Saints’ first tournament game at DeKalb didn’t mean they were going to come in Tuesday all loosey-goosey.

  • Kane Co. Regional Office of Education celebrates student photography Dec 22, 2014 4:24 PM
    On Dec. 16, the Kane County Regional Office of Education hosted more than 100 students, parents, graduates, college recruiters, professional photographers and local legislators to celebrate the conclusion of the first Kane County Student Photography Initiative.

  • St. Charles East scores 102 at Chuck Dayton tourney Dec 22, 2014 5:57 PM
    Every coach could go for the type of problem St. Charles East’s Patrick Woods addressed in a timeout Monday in the first round of the 87th annual Chuck Dayton tournament in DeKalb. Woods called time with five minutes left against Mundelein to instruct his team on how to react if they reached 100 points. “I told the kids when you get 100 we’re not going to go wild on the bench,” Woods said. “I tried to get them to do a golf clap. It was a little more than a golf clap.” As Woods said, it’s a good problem to have. Mike Settle hit the 3-pointer — the team’s 14th of the game — to reach the century mark with 35 seconds left. Jeremy Champine added a layup for the final points in the Saints’ 102-66 win over Mundelein.

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