St. Charles North sprinters Jack Feeney, Connor Larson and Zach Kirby endured a lengthy rain delay at one of their first big, boys track meets together.
“I felt like I did well this season, but I never really thought this kind of stuff was going to happen.”
A warning to Ryan Doeckel’s opponents at this week’s IHSA boys tennis state tournament: Doeckel is watching you.
St. Charles North outscored opponents, 28-3, in winning four of its five home matches during the girls soccer regular season.
The Geneva girls soccer team has played 160 minutes against St. Charles East this season with zero goals to show for it.
Lisa Cook first embraced distance running when she was Lisa Phillips, a Batavia student still deciding whether she preferred volleyball to track.
Christine Lynam and Brooke Nelson of Batavia recently wrapped up very successful softball careers at Waubonsee Community College, but they’re nowhere near ready to give up the sport they’ve been playing since they were little.
Lauren Zick can deal with the pain that comes with a grueling track and field workout.
Batavia senior Omar Medina keeps hovering around the 3A boys track and field state qualifying standard for the 300-meter hurdles.
The next time T.C. Hull plays soccer for his school team, it will be for Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville.
Royal Golf Group majority owner John Weiss elected to consult a figurative caddy about two years ago.
Wes Benjamin of St. Charles might have been pitching these days in Charleston, S.C., or one of the other minor league outposts of the New York Yankees, but he’s happy he decided to pitch in Lawrence, Kan., instead.
ST. CHARLES – Sean and Lisa Daley planned for years to send their daughter, Anna, off to college in the coming months.
Lane assignments, cool conditions and a game effort from St. Charles North conspired to thwart Kaneland’s bid for a Kane County boys track and field meet title.
Nick Fagen is over baseball – at least, as it pertains to high school sports.
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