“I felt like I did well this season, but I never really thought this kind of stuff was going to happen.”
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.
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.
Shortstop Kyle Davidson had a solid freshman season at Millikin University in Decatur last year, starting 24 games and hitting .253. But something was missing – his longtime keystone combination partner, Brian Dixon.
The Civil War and tennis are subjects which would not appear to have much in common, but they both played roles in bringing St. Charles North grad Christian Hoskey to Norwich University in Vermont.
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