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  • Kaisers connect as St. Viator winsMar 27, 2014 12:00 AM
    The Kaiser sisters were quite a tandem for St. Viator’s softball team on the Lions final day in Orlando Fla. Senior Tess Kaiser belted a 2-run double in the Lions 4-run first inning and freshman Grace Kaiser collected a 2-run 2-out single in a 3-run fifth inning as the Lions topped Iola, Wis., 7-4 at the ESPN Sports Complex.

  • St. Viator breaks out the batsMar 26, 2014 12:00 AM
    The St. Viator softball team climbed above .500 for the first time this season in an emphatic way. The Lions offense exploded for 15 hits in a 22-8 victory over Iola-Scandanavia (Wi.) at the ESPN Sports Complex in Orlando, Fla. on Wednesday.

  • Spillane tosses 1-hitter as Wheeling cruisesMar 25, 2014 12:00 AM
    Wheeling improved to 2-0 with a 19-0 victory over Sidwell of Washington, D.C., on Monday at Wide World of Sports in Orlando, Fla.

  • Viator gets first winMar 25, 2014 12:00 AM
    The St. Viator softball team not only got to enjoy the weather in Florida but the Lions enjoyed their first win of the season on Tuesday. Behind a 5-hitter from junior Krystal Harris, St. Viator posted a 17-4 victory over Beluah High School (Ala.) at the ESPN Sports Complex.

  • St. Viator falls in Florida openerMar 24, 2014 12:00 AM
    Playing at the ESPN Sports Complex in Orlando, Fla, St. Viator’s softball team lost its season opener 6-5 to Elizabeth Forward, Pa. The Lions’ offense was led by Kristen Hackel and Olivia Michalik, who each had 2 hits and drove in a run. Michalik also ended a threat by Elizabeth Forward by making long running catch with the bases loaded.

  • Saint Viator High School’s Lacrosse team is inducting Dylan Full, an 8-year-old brain cancer survivor from Wheaton, to the team for the 2014 season.

    St. Viator lacrosse team links with 8-year-old cancer patientMar 21, 2014 12:00 AM
    An 8-year-old Wheaton boy battling a brain tumor will be inducted as the newest member of the St. Viator High School lacrosse team when it plays its first game Friday, March 21, on the new synthetic turf field at Forest View Educational Center. “This promises to be a special event for one special boy,” Coach Bill Sandford said. “Our boys will be his new teammates offering friendship to him along his journey, but I know the entire community will be interested in his story and fight against cancer.”

  • The St. Viator boys lacrosse team honored 8-year-old Dylan Full, who has been battling cancer, as part of Friday’s game against Marian Catholic at Forest View Educational Center. The team presented Full with a helmet, stick and jersey in addition to an abundance of love.

    St. Viator out in Full forceMar 21, 2014 12:00 AM
    In the game of life, Dylan Full has had few calls go against him. But now he’s got some teammates helping him turn the tide. Full, an 8-year-old boy from Wheaton, is getting a big assist from the St. Viator boys lacrosse team. The Lions symbolically made Full a team member on Friday at Forest View Education Center, where the Lions were in action against Marian Catholic.

  • Softball: Scouting NorthwestMar 20, 2014 12:00 AM
    Here's a look at the high school softball season ahead from the perspective of teams in the Mid-Suburban League plus St. Viator, Leyde, Maine West and Christian Liberty.

  • Baseball: Scouting NorthwestMar 20, 2014 12:00 AM
    Here's a look at the high school baseball season ahead from the perspective of teams in the Mid-Suburban League plus St. Viator, Leyde, Maine West and Christian Liberty.

  • Buffalo Grove impresses in openerMar 18, 2014 12:00 AM
    Mid-Suburban League girls soccer powerhouse Buffalo Grove came out firing in the first half of its season opener against St. Viator on Tuesday night. And when it was over, the Bison had made a major statement about their state ambitions after a 5-1 victory at Morris Field in Arlington Heights. The all-state duo of Kelli Zickert and Skylar Groth conjured up all sorts of trouble against the inexperienced home side. The Lions had their share of troubles early on against an ultra-talented side which welcomed back nearly all of its starting lineup from its 2013 Class 3A fourth-place club.

  • St. James School students look over the shoulder of a Saint Viator High School student as they work on collaborative self-portraits to be featured in The Arts in Concert March 18.

    Saint Viator and St. James celebrate the Arts in ConcertMar 14, 2014 12:00 AM
    Saint Viator High School adds a new event to their calendar next week. The Arts in Concert is a combined band and choral concert with students from St. James School, as well as a collaborative self-portrait project completed by the two groups.

  • Stevenson's Jalen Brunson, left, looks to pass over St. Viator's Ore Arogundade during the Class 4A sectional semifinal at Lake Zurich on Tuesday.

    A real crowd-pleaser for StevensonMar 11, 2014 12:00 AM
    Officials at Lake Zurich weren't counting fans one-by-one as they funneled seemingly non-stop into their school Wednesday night. It would have been too easy to lose track. Instead, they simply estimated that a standing-room-only crowd of 2,700 sandwiched into every possible open space to watch Stevenson take on St. Viator in a heated Class 4A sectional semifinal. Meanwhile, counting points one-by-one for Stevenson would have been pointless, too. Counting by twos often didn't work either. The Patriots were often operating in multiples of three in taking down St. Viator, 84-73.

  • Best effort not quite enough for St. ViatorMar 11, 2014 12:00 AM
    For the second year in a row, Stevenson ended St. Viator's playoff hopes in the boys basketball state series. But the Lions made sure that this year they went down scratching and clawing. “They never stopped fighting,” said St. Viator coach Mike Howland, whose team fought back from a 22-point deficit in the third quarter to get as close as 7 points with a minute to play before succumbing 84-73 Tuesday at the Lake Zurich sectional.

  • St. Viator’s Mark Falotico, left, drives on Stevenson’s Jalen Brunson.

    Images: Stevenson vs. St. Viator boys basketballMar 11, 2014 12:00 AM
    The Stevenson Patriots won 84-73 over the St. Viator Lions in Class 4A sectional semifinal boys basketball action in Lake Zurich on Tuesday, March 11.

  • Geneva’s Morgan Seberger is lifted up by her father, Michael, as the Vikings celebrate their win over Rockford Boylan at Monday’s Class 4A supersectional game at Judson University in Elgin.

    Images: Daily Herald prep photos of the weekMar 11, 2014 12:00 AM
    The Daily Herald Prep Photos of the Week gallery includes the best high school sports images by our photographers featuring boys and girls basketball.

  • Ore Arogundade

    St. Viator, Fremd gear up for Lake Zurich sectionalMar 10, 2014 12:00 AM
    Fremd and St. Viator have taken different routes to the Class 4A Lake Zurich boys basketball sectional semifinals, and both will get to soon show if their journeys include another victory or two.

  • Tall order? No big deal for St. ViatorMar 7, 2014 12:00 AM
    The shorter team from the smaller school came up big. St. Viator, playing with the energy, desire and fight that is personified in its coach (former Lion point guard Mike Howland,) somehow survived being outsized by Zion-Benton and came away with a convincing 81-64 victory to win the Rolling Meadows IHSA Class 4A boys basketball regional on Friday night. Next up? Last year’s state runner-up, Jalen Brunson and Stevenson at the Lake Zurich sectional on Tuesday night. But first, the Lions (23-5) will savor a win over a tall, talented team that features a college-size front line and Lake County’s leading scorer, Milik Yarbrough.

  • Alondra Chavarria

    Girls basketball: All-area team, NorthwestMar 6, 2014 12:00 AM
    Introducing the Daily Herald's Northwest all-area girls basketball team.

  • Matt Acevedo

    Boys basketball: All-area team, NorthwestMar 6, 2014 12:00 AM
    Introducing the Northwest boys basketball all-area team.

  • St. Viator’s Ore Arogundade, left, drives along the baseline against Hersey defender Alex Mueller during their nonconference matchup earlier this season.

    St. Viator’s Arogundade chillingly good in the clutchMar 6, 2014 12:00 AM
    St. Viator senior Ore Arogundade has been chillingly good in the clutch this year, scoring more than 20 points per game and netting honorary all-area captain honors for the Northwest all-area boys basketball team.

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