T.F. North holds off Reavis 43-33

SHARE T.F. North holds off Reavis 43-33

The recipe for a T.F. North blowout win was there Wednesday.

Hosting Reavis in a South Suburban crossover, the Meteors watched Reavis lose its leading scorer to a leg injury less than a minute into the game. Then, the Rams lost their starting point guard to foul trouble.

A blowout win in the works for a hot Meteors team? Nope. On this night, T.F. North settled for any win.

Making just enough plays down the stretch to eke out the victory, T.F. North held on for a no-style-points 43-33 win in Calumet City.


The Latest
San Diego received right-handed pitchers Michael King, Jhony Brito, Randy Vásquez and Drew Thorpe along with catcher Kyle Higashioka. In addition to Soto, the Yankees get Gold Glove center fielder Trent Grisham.
Murod Kurdi, 28, died in June after being hit by a motorist who told police she’d been drinking. She refused a Breathalyzer and was ticketed at the scene and released.
The win wasn’t flawless, but it’s the type of win good teams have. The Broncos took care of business in their second Red-North/West conference win despite not playing up to their potential.
Police swarmed the campus at 11:45 a.m., and detectives engaged in a gun battle with the shooter, who was killed. An all-clear was issued 40 minutes later.
The Champions won without injured junior Dalton Scantlebury, taking down North Lawndale 72-51 at home on Wednesday in the Red-North/West opener for both teams.