A champion in the Lakes Invitational girls soccer tournament won’t be crowned until Saturday afternoon.
But based on Wednesday’s opening round of games at the school’s athletic complex, it’s pretty obvious that the road to the title goes through Grayslake North.
The Knights are unbeaten (11-0-2), and the 8-0 victory over Waukegan in the tourney opener was Grayslake’s 11th straight victory.
The raucous meeting saw speakers shouting each other down, prompting appeals for decorum from Mayor Brandon Johnson. In the end, the funds transfer passed 34 to 13 — enough to carry Chicago only through June 30. After that, even tougher choices must be made.
Maybe winning isn’t the point for Christie, who is the most unpopular among GOP candidates. He just might succeed at a loftier goal: stopping Donald Trump.
As Bears begin demolition at Arlington race track, Mayor Johnson must focus on Soldier Field’s future
The Bears began demolishing the interior of Arlington this week. No more fruitlessly pursuing the team. Now Johnson has to sort out the best use of Soldier Field.
If you aren’t one of the lucky ones who snagged tickets, or you are and want to start the party early, here’s a few ways you can celebrate this week.
Football notebook: Joliet Catholic’s Dillan Johnson and Bolingbrook’s Kyan Berry Johnson commit and Charlie Bliss retires
Kyan Berry Johnson, a three-star receiver ranked 24th among Illinois juniors, committed to Wisconsin last month.