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  • In Dominican Republic, Warriors appreciate what they have Jan 19, 2012 10:41 PM
    The Wheaton Academy girls recently traveled to the Dominican Republic during their extended Winterim break from school. In their eight days there the girls gave 250 much-needed water filters to people in Palo Blanco. Wheaton Academy also conducted basketball, soccer and volleyball clinics.

     
  • Ten years later, what has changed? Jan 5, 2012 9:49 PM
    It’s a moment that is indelibly etched in Andy Nussbaum’s memory It may be what Candace Parker is most remembered for at Naperville Central, and that’s saying something. The dunk. Ten years ago last week, Dec. 27, 2001 at the Dundee-Crown Charger Classic, Parker made girls basketball history. With 1:04 left in the first quarter against Hononegah she picked up a loose ball near halfcourt, and with no opponent near her went in and threw down a one-handed dunk.

     
  • With the holidays come basketball tournaments Dec 8, 2011 6:59 PM
    It’s that time of year again. For most of you out there, two weeks from Christmas and Hanukkah means last-minute shopping, putting up that tree and planning the holiday dinner. Me too. If you have any gift ideas for mom and wife, pass them along.

     
  • There’s more to Nussbaum than numbers Nov 24, 2011 9:36 PM
    Naperville Central's Andy Nussbaum recently earned his 500th victory as a girls basketball coach, to go along with the 500-plus he has as a softball coach. But despite his amazing recall of numbers, there's more to Nussbaum than stats.

     
  • Now Benet can call itself elite Nov 13, 2011 1:00 AM
    It doesn't take that first college-level trig class for Benet's kids to do the math. There is a triangle of excellence, expectations and high standards surrounding its 112-year-old doors. And oh yeah, this Benet volleyball team felt it.

     
  • Memories of 2008 upset still driving Benet Nov 10, 2011 8:16 PM
    Jenna Jendryk's memories of three years ago have not faded. She comes face-to-face with them every day in practice. Every time the Benet senior walks into the gym she sees the enormous team photo of the 2008 volleyball state runners-up and her older sister Jessica hanging from the wall. It's a reminder of the fine line between champion and second place, the hurt of coming oh so close. “We are playing for that team,” Jendryk said. “Everybody you see in that poster, they worked so hard and came up short. Now we have a chance to be the team that gets it done.”

     
  • Haggerty sisters big reason Benet intimidates foes Oct 28, 2011 12:54 AM
    Here's a couple concepts you probably don't see linked together in the same sentence: teenage high school girls, and intimidating. The description seems pretty appropriate when describing sisters Meghan and Maddie Haggerty of Benet's volleyball team, though.

     
  • Luhrsen, Ward glad they came back home to Illinois Oct 14, 2011 12:57 AM
    The Luhrsen family legacy at the University of Illinois goes back two generations, when Paul wore No. 50 for the football Illini before a fella named Butkus. Now Paul's grand-daughter Annie is setting for Illinois' No. 1-ranked women's volleyball team.

     
  • Ryan, Glenbard West enjoying volleyball renaissance Sep 29, 2011 9:33 PM
    Glenbard West's last regional title for volleyball was 1985. Six years ago the Hilltoppers won just 10 matches. Now they are 20-2 and could win 30 matches for the first time since their 1983 state championship team. There's no bigger reason than junior setter Caleigh Ryan.

     
  • Volleyball would be stronger with diversification Sep 15, 2011 10:28 PM
    Ashley Crawford played several sports growing up, and participated in her first volleyball camp in the sixth grade. She joined her first team the next year. “Volleyball is very competitive and I love team sports,” said Crawford, now a senior on Naperville North’s team. “It just seemed the right fit for me.” Crawford and teammate Sami Scroggins seem to be in the minority there. That is, African-American girls playing volleyball in DuPage County.

     
  • Volleyball setting up just right for Benet’s Kaminsky Sep 1, 2011 10:01 PM
    Anyone could understand if Hannah Kaminsky carried a chip on her shoulder. She is the youngest of three athletic siblings and the shortest member of a family full of 6-footers

     
  • The best of the best this year might be yet to come Jun 9, 2011 7:30 PM
    The top 10 moments in DuPage County girls athletics for the 2010-11 school year. Joshua Welge column.

     
  • The end of one season is the start of another May 26, 2011 8:22 PM
    Joshua Welge column

     
  • Coming home, Miller Kenny sees great opportunity May 12, 2011 9:53 PM
    New Lake Park girls basketball coach Andrea Miller Kenny is no new face to DuPage County girls basketball. The former Andrea Miller was the 1992 Daily Herald DuPage County All-Area captain at Willowbrook, a three-sport star who went on to play collegiately at Austin Peay.

     
  • Cancer isn’t going to stop Fenton’s Bennett Apr 28, 2011 10:08 PM
    Stephanie Bennett started playing softball in the fourth grade and hasn’t stopped since. The Fenton sophomore doesn’t hesitate to call her teammates “like my family.”

     
  • In hockey or softball, Neuqua’s Meyer thrives on pressure Apr 14, 2011 10:21 PM
    Joshua Welge column on Neuqua Valley junior softball player Brooke Meyer, also an outstanding hockey goalkeeper.

     
  • Former foes taking the reins at Neuqua, Waubonsie Mar 31, 2011 10:47 PM
    JoshTrailing 6-0 on your home court in the first game of the first match isn’t the way a team wants to begin a new season. Although Schaumburg wasn’t thrilled with its start in Thursday’s Mid-Suburban League crossover against visiting Rolling Meadows, they were more than satisfied with the result.

     
  • Meier, Miami ready to storm NCAA Tournament Mar 18, 2011 12:29 AM
    Katie Meier is in the conversation for college basketball's national coach of the year, her Miami Hurricanes the story of the Atlantic Coast Conference. Amid the whirlwind that is NCAA Tournament week, Meier's memories of her Wheaton roots remain strong.

     
  • Montini seniors a special group Mar 5, 2011 10:37 PM
    Could Candace have known? Could Candace Parker have realized years ago, when she was DuPage County girls basketball at Naperville Central, what that little redhead she babysat for had in her future?

     
  • Nichols won’t let Montini rest now Mar 4, 2011 9:25 PM
    In Jason Nichols’ never-ending quest for perfection, that 19-0 start his Montini kids put on Springfield Friday surely even gave him pause. Good thing they play four quarters in basketball.It didn’t take Nichols long in the postgame press conference to remind his kids that yes, you can get better.

     
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