CHARLESTON – St. Charles East’s 4x400-meter relay wasn’t at full strength until sectionals.
ST. CHARLES – At first, it looked as if the St. Charles baseball teams would have a short afternoon Friday.
HOFFMAN ESTATES – Geneva junior Tim Roels coaxed a smile between deep breaths Friday night, grinning after Vikings coach Gale Gross leaned in to deliver a joke.
ROSELLE – For a few moments Friday after Batavia’s 4-2 victory over host Lake Park, Shelby Stone held the IHSA Class 3A regional championship plaque high above her head, a look of immense satisfaction on her face.
ROCHELLE – The Kaneland girls soccer team owned the momentum in overtime of Friday's IHSA Class 2A Rochelle Regional championship match against Rosary.
ST CHARLES – Somehow, some way, a trophy was going to be hoisted Friday night at the Eastside Sports Complex.
The Geneva girls soccer team has played 160 minutes against St. Charles East this season with zero goals to show for it.
STERLING – Qualifying for the boys state track meet isn’t anything new for Dylan Nauert.
AURORA – Geneva resident John King wasn't sure how he'd fit into the powerhouse Marmion boys tennis program as a freshman.
Lisa Cook first embraced distance running when she was Lisa Phillips, a Batavia student still deciding whether she preferred volleyball to track.
Batavia baseball clinches share of UEC River
St. Francis High School coaches participate in a groundbreaking ceremony for the Wheaton school's “Bring it All Back Home” athletic field campaign May 14. to commence construction of The Kuhn Memorial Stadium.
St. Charles North senior Kaylee Raucci aspires to study kinesiology at Wisconsin-Whitewater beginning next school year.
BATAVIA – Laren Eustace had two hits by the time the first inning was over, and the Batavia junior was hardly finished bolstering the Bulldogs’ cause.
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.
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