Cary-Grove played as if hits might come at a premium against Woodstock.
The Trojans hit-and-ran with two runners on a 1-2 pitch in the first inning. C-G coach Don Sutherland called a double steal in the third inning. Both instances led to runs.
“We were just trying to get something going because we haven’t hit as well as expected,” Sutherland said. “That’s the way baseball goes sometimes, so we were trying to force the issue a little bit.”
C-G didn’t have to push anything after the fifth inning. The Trojans busted open a tight game with five consecutive hits and rolled to a 12-2 victory over the Blue Streaks in their Fox Valley Conference crossover baseball game Tuesday.
A bipartisan majority in Congress passed the Clean Water Act in 1972 because rivers were on fire, fish were dying, and Lake Erie was labeled “functionally dead.” The Supreme Court should not be allowed to rewrite the Act and ignore 45 years of practices to protect the environment and public health.
Calls to 311 for shelter have surged since migrants began arriving here by the busload, the third such surge since 2019. Fixing the overburdened system will be a tough test for Mayor Johnson’s administration.
At a time when this city desperately needs a good national storyline, we have an opportunity to showcase the best of what Chicago has to offer to a global audience of millions, writes the head of Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce.
In spite of its flaws and the babbling naysayers, there is no denying how much the Windy City is still loved. How do we know? A whopping 60% more tourists visited the city in 2022 compared to the year before, according to the tourism group Choose Chicago.
A measure sent to the governor would let public agencies take action on vacant homes before they get lost in Cook County’s tax sale process.