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  • Barrington holds off Thornton, Hoffman Dec 5, 2014 11:17 PM
    These Broncos are some pretty cool ponies. Visiting Barrington withstood and even rallied back from a heated Hoffman Estates comeback to score a Mid-Suburban West-opening 63-57 win Friday night.

     
  • Rolling Meadows runs by Elk Grove Dec 6, 2014 12:42 AM
    Rolling Meadows junior guard Megan King put on a 3-point shooting clinic in the first half as the Mustangs began defense of their Mid-Suburban League East championship with a 65-49 victory at Elk Grove. King’s game-high 21 points all came in the first half from long distance as Meadows improved to 6-1 overall.

     
  • Schauble’s return to Palatine triumphant Dec 5, 2014 10:42 PM
    You’ll have to forgive John Schauble if he looked a bit tired Friday evening. He had been up most of the previous night pondering his return as coach of the Palatine boys swimming and diving team. See, the last time he coached the Pirates was 1990. Since then, he served as Aquatics Director and physical education teacher at Stevenson, where he founded the Patriot Aquatic Club. But life is often cyclical, and there was Schauble on deck at the Palatine pool Friday, watching with a satisfaction as his charges roared to a convincing 118-67 victory over Buffalo Grove in a Mid-Suburban League crossover meet.

     
  • Wrestling: Scouting Northwest Dec 4, 2014 1:45 PM
    Here's what to expect from the wrestling teams in the Mid-Suburban League plus Maine West, St. Viator and Leyden this season.

     
  • Girls gymnastics: Scouting Northwest Dec 4, 2014 1:45 PM
    Here's what to expect from the high school girls gymnastics teams of the Mid-Suburban League plus Maine West and Leyden this season.

     
  • MSL East stars continue their ascent Dec 4, 2014 9:23 PM
    Barrington’s boys swimming program has been exceptionally strong in recent years, consistently producing both top-end standouts such as Kyle Ujiiye, Jack Strauss and Sebastian Piekarski along with depth and lineup completeness few in the Mid-Suburban League have been able to match. And traditionally, the MSL West has clearly been the stronger of the conference’s two divisions. This year, though, beware the Beasts of the East.

     
  • Football: Northwest all-area team Dec 4, 2014 1:45 PM
    Introducing the Daily Herald's Northwest all-area team, featuring players from the Mid-Suburban League plus St. Viator, Leyden, Maine West and Christian Liberty.

     
  • Miller did it all for Barrington Dec 4, 2014 1:45 PM
    Introducing Scotty Miller, captain of the Daily Herald's Northwest all-area football team.

     
  • Boys swimming: Scouting Northwest Dec 4, 2014 9:21 PM
    Here's a team-by-team look at what to expect from boys swimming in the Mid-Suburban League and at St. Viator this season.

     
  • Images: Daily Herald all-area football team captains Dec 4, 2014 1:30 PM
    See the 2014 Daily Herald all-area football honorary team captains. Scotty Miller of Barrington, Clint Bobowski of St. Francis, Riley Lees of LIbertyville, Trevor Ruhland and Michael Gomez of Cary-Grove, and Pace Temple of Geneva are named as leaders of regional squads of the area's best.

     
  • Girls bowling: Scouting Northwest Dec 2, 2014 9:07 PM
    Here's what to expect of the girls bowling teams from the Mid-Suburban League and Leyden this winter.

     
  • Tenyer, Wrenn ready for super soph follow-up seasons Dec 2, 2014 9:08 PM
    Two super sophomores are poised and ready to lead their respective girls bowling teams to a new level of success this season. Sarah Tenyer of Barrington and Emma Wrenn from Hersey, who have known each other since competing together on the Beverly Lanes travel team during middle school, each posted outstanding marks as freshmen in their inaugural prep season.

     
  • Barrington off to a fine start Dec 2, 2014 10:31 PM
    For Barrington’s girls gymnastics team, it was just a relatively low-key season opener — but the Fillies sure looked impressive. Barrington finished fourth at state last season, making its first appearance since 2003, and the host Fillies seem primed for another big run this year after opening with a 145.25-107.85 Mid-Suburban League crossover victory over Wheeling on Tuesday.

     
  • Strong start for new-look Hoffman Estates team Dec 1, 2014 9:10 PM
    Hoffman Estates freshman Allura Magsino admitted that it was a little “nerve-wracking” going into her first Mid-Suburban League match. “But I really wasn’t that nervous,” said Magsino, “because I knew my team was there to support me.” And if there were any worries about how the freshman would perform under pressure, those doubts were dispelled Monday night at Arlington Lanes. Magsino fired a 204 in the first game en route to a 561 series as the Hawks defeated Hersey 2,697 pins to 2,604 in a matchup of what should be two of the MSL’s top teams this season.

     
  • Fate smiles on Maine West in tournament finale Nov 29, 2014 10:00 PM
    Thirteen was hardly an unlucky number for a pair of Maine West freshmen on Saturday night. Allison Pearson and Jessica Riedl’s 13 points apiece helped lead the Warriors to their first win of the season on closing night of the Hoffman Estates girls basketball tournament. Hall of fame coach Derril Kipp watched his Warriors edge the host Hawks 53-52.

     
  • Prospect pleased with 4th-place Moore/Prettyman finish Nov 29, 2014 9:58 PM
    Prospect rode a championship from Matt Wroblewski and seven other medalists to capture fourth-place at the 24th Moore-Prettyman Wrestling Invitational on Saturday night in Barrington. The Knights secured their best-finish ever for coach Tom Whalen with 157.50 overall points, 4 better than Grant (153.5) and 7 more than Mid-Suburban League rival Barrington. Lyons Township used a big finish in the afternoon sessions to outscore runner-up Lincoln-Way Central (208.5-185) and Yorkville (159).

     
  • Weber sticks with it as Barrington tops Mundelein Nov 28, 2014 11:37 PM
    It’s not how you start but rather how you finish that can make the difference between victory and defeat. That’s part of the motivation Barrington junior guard Ben Weber had in mind with less than five minutes remaining in regulation. “I knew what was at stake,” said Weber, who finished with 18 points to lead all scorers. “I just had to get rid of the negative thoughts and come back and make a good play.” After being fouled on a three-point attempt and missing all three ensuing free-throws, Weber collected back-to-back steals that he converted into layups. That helped stave off a Mundelein charge and ultimately lead to a 68-55 victory in the Mundelein Thanksgiving tournament Friday night.

     
  • Grant, Prospect follow the leaders at Barrington Nov 28, 2014 9:04 PM
    The wrestling teams from Grant and Prospect were within striking distance of tourney-leading Yorkville as the first day of the 24th Moore-Prettyman Invitational came to an Friday night in Barrington. The North Suburban Conference favorite Bulldogs are currently sitting 1 point ahead of Prospect (92.5-91.50) in fourth place — 17.5 points behind Yorkville (110.00) and also trailing Lyons Township (108) and Lincoln-Way Central (94). The action resumes at 10 a.m. Saturday with third-round consolation matches, followed by semifinals on the Barrington Fieldhouse floor.

     
  • Barrington adjusts, then stops Lakes Nov 26, 2014 9:16 PM
    Even though Barrington held a comfortable 8-point advantage at halftime of its contest with Lakes at the Mundelein Thanksgiving Tournament on Wednesday, Broncos coach Bryan Tucker still had a message for his team at the break. “We were back on our heels at times and we felt like Lakes was outplaying us,” Tucker said. “We needed better effort, and that was really the whole message of halftime.” Tucker got it accoss to the Broncos, in particular senior Chris Lester and junior Rapolas Ivanauskas. Those two combined for 25 points in the second half to lift Barrington to a 68-53 win over Lakes.

     
  • Hersey teams up to top Barrington Nov 25, 2014 11:27 PM
    In the final quarter, the starters on the Hersey bench were cheering for their teammates on the floor just as loud as the reserves had been applauding at the start of the game. “That’s the first step we like to take — being good teammates,” said senior forward Annie Korff. “Whatever we can do to keep everyone happy and positive, that’s what we all do.” And the Huskies kept their fans quite happy all evening at the Ken Carter Gymnasium in Arlington Heights. Bursting out to a 14-0 lead, Hersey kept the pressure on start to finish in a 71-39 victory over Barrington on Tuesday night to complete pool play in the Buffalo Grove Bison Classic.

     
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