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  • Images: St. Viator vs. Conant, girls basketball Feb 9, 2015 9:00 PM
    St. Viator High School hosted Conant for girls basketball action Monday, Feb. 9, at Cahill Gymnasium in Arlington Heights.

     
  • Time’s right for another Conant win Feb 9, 2015 10:27 PM
    Playing on a Monday night during a school week was a first for Conant’s girls basketball team this season. “This was kind of different,” said Cougars senior guard Dani Engelbreit. “We’re used to Tuesday and Friday nights.” But the Cougars are also used to winning. Regardless of the night of the week, the Cougars (21-4) still knew how to win as they posted a 45-37 victory over a stubborn St. Viator squad in its own Cahill Gymnasium in Arlington Heights.

     
  • Strong showing from Balcerak, Viator in conference meet Feb 7, 2015 7:23 PM
    Brother Rice scored 373 points to take top honors in the Metro Catholic Athletic Conference boys swimming meet on Saturday, where St. Viator freshman Michael Balcerak provided further evidence that he’s among the state’s elite freestylers. Balcerak placed second in the 100-yard freestyle, finishing in 47.27. The race was won by Loyola junior Chris Kearney in 46.81; he also won the 200 free in 1:42.92.

     
  • Regional triumphs for Conant, Prospect Feb 7, 2015 9:53 PM
    Mid-Suburban League wrestling champ Conant prevailed in the team race with 241.5 points, ahead of runners-up Rolling Meadows and Schaumburg, who tied with 146 in the Class 3A regional field at Lake Park on Saturday.

     
  • Centennial wins for Wheeling, Rolling Meadows Feb 7, 2015 11:56 PM
    Playing on the big stage at the Robert Morris University campus in Arlington Heights, Wheeling got some big free throws by senior Hailey Dammeier and was able to seal a 55-52 win over Buffalo Grove on Saturday.The game was part of District 214’s Centennial Classic at the Forest View Education Center in Arlington Heights where all three Mid-Suburban East girls and boys games were played in succession.

     
  • Maine South snaps Palatine streak Feb 7, 2015 11:24 PM
    Palatine gave Maine South’s boys basketball team a stiff challenge in a game played at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee on Saturday, but a big fourth quarter from George Sargeant tilted the outcome in the Hawks’ favor. Sargeant scored 10 fourth-quarter points, inlcuding 6-for-6 at the free throw line, as Maine South won 60-54. He finished with a game-high 23 points. The loss snapped an eight-game win streak for the Pirates.

     
  • St. Viator prevails in OT at Joliet Catholic Feb 7, 2015 12:47 AM
    St. Viator made its trip to Joliet Catholic well worth the drive — eventually. The Lions were outscored 20-13 in the fourth quarter as the Hilltoppers tied it up to force overtime. But St. Viator was dominant in the extra session, outscoring Joliet Catholic 12-5 to win 67-60 and pick up a big East Suburban Catholic Conference boys basketball victory.

     
  • Milestone and clincher for Gorecki, Fremd Feb 4, 2015 12:37 AM
    Haley Gorecki scored 15 points and became only the second player in Fremd girls basketball history to reach 2,000 points on Tuesday night when the state-ranked Vikings rolled past visiting Hoffman Estates 74-30. The Vikings also clinched their sixth straight Mid-Suburban League title under coach Dave Yates. They will play for the MSL crown a week from Wednesday at either Prospect or Hersey. Gorecki’s 2000th point came on a layup late in the second quarter.

     
  • Mundelein measures up at Conant’s invitational Jan 31, 2015 6:25 PM
    Mundelein took top honors in Saturday’s Conant Cougar Classic, a boys swimming invitational featuring flighted A, B and C heats in each event. Maine South placed second, followed by the hosts Cougars, Jacobs/Hampshire, Downers Grove North and Huntley. Mundelein winners in individual A heats included Duncan Black in the 50-meter free (25.79) and Will Garcia in the 400 free (4:30.80). The Mustangs also had the fastest 200 medley relay.

     
  • Images: IHSA Cheer Sectional- Rolling Meadows Jan 31, 2015 9:24 PM
    Schools from throughout Cook and Lake counties competed in Saturday's IHSA Cheer Sectional in Rolling Meadows.

     
  • Heeren assists Hersey in decisive win Jan 29, 2015 10:29 PM
    Max Heeren, Hersey’s senior point guard, knew what he had to do to help the Huskies bounce back from Tuesday’s loss to St. Viator. “As a point guard your job has to be to penetrate the lane and get the ball inside,” said Heeren. “That’s what I was doing tonight. We were able to get the second layer of offense open.” Heeren did not put a point on the board for the better part of three quarters and finished with 7 points. But he dished out 10 assists in Hersey’s 65-38 decision over visiting Buffalo Grove.

     
  • Benet tops St. Viator Jan 28, 2015 10:47 PM
    Benet, ranked No. 4 in the Class 4A state girls basketball poll, posted a 71-34 victory at St. Viator on Wednesday night in an East Suburban Catholic Conference game.

     
  • Wrestling: Scouting the MSL and ESCC meets Jan 28, 2015 4:26 PM
    Here's a look ahead to this weekend's Mid-Suburban League wrestling championships, to be hosted by Hoffman Estates on Friday and Saturday. Prospect, Conant and Barrington are each in the running for the overall MSL title.

     
  • Ferrante, Monson help St. Viator handle Hersey Jan 27, 2015 9:34 PM
    With St. Viator’s Mark Falotico still out nursing a recurring foot injury, and now center Sal Cannella missing with a sore back, who was going to step up for the Lions on Tuesday night at Hersey in the neighborhood nonconference boys basketball game? It was Nick Ferrante, a 6-foot-5 senior, and Kevin Monson coming to the rescue. Ferrante scored 13 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in St. Viator’s 50-29 win at Hersey’s Ken Carter gymnasium.

     
  • See ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’ at St. Viator Jan 26, 2015 1:56 PM
    The Biblical saga of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” comes to life this weekend at St. Viator High School, with nearly 200 students, or 20 percent of the student body, involved in the performances. From the 80 cast members each night to the 15-piece orchestra and nearly 25 tech crew members working behind the scenes, the show bursts with youthful energy and color.

     
  • Cary-Grove, Highland Park tie for first at BG’s invite Jan 26, 2015 11:28 PM
    Cary-Grove and Highland Park tied for top team honors in Buffalo Grove's Fred Palffy Invitational on Saturday.

     
  • Stanley’s season-best effort paces St.Viator Jan 26, 2015 11:30 PM
    St. Viator’s girls basketball team improved to 2-1 in the Season’s End Tournament at Fenton High School with a 56-49 triumph over Latin on Monday night in Bensenville.

     
  • St. Viator can’t overcome first-half repeat vs. Lyons Jan 24, 2015 11:08 PM
    A spirited St. Viator rally fell short against Lyons Township at the 18th annual High School Hoops Showdown in boys basketball action Saturday night at Hinsdale Central. For the second straight game, St. Viator fell behind its opponent by 16 points at halftime. Friday it was in a loss to Benet, and Saturday night it was the same story as the Lions watched LT build a 36-20 lead at the break. “You’d think we would have learned after yesterday,” said St. Viator senior guard Patrick McNamara. “We weren’t hitting our shots, and were definitely not playing good defense.” The Lions were able to turn things around in the second half, using a 16-3 run to get back in the game, but ultimately ran out of gas as LT won 65-57.

     
  • Benet takes victory to the bank against St. Viator Jan 23, 2015 10:21 PM
    Taking a big halftime lead in a basketball game can be akin to contributing to a savings account. Both can be viewed as safety blankets in case of emergency.

     
  • Benet, St. Viator swim to dual-meet tie Jan 22, 2015 8:09 PM
    For Thursday’s boys swimming meet between St. Viator and visiting Benet Academy, the Lions were approaching it family style. One of St. Viator’s key competitors, Keegan Finn, was out of the meet in an effort to recover from pneumonia, so Lions coach Jamie Klotz had rearranged his lineup, and lowered his expectations. After the meet, a pleased Klotz was thinking he might have underestimated the resolve and unity of his team. “So, yes, we were without Keegan, but everybody else and their brother stepped up pretty huge for us,” he said. The result was a 47-47 tie in a meet both teams were using as an opportunity to refocus for the season’s stretch run.

     
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