Story and scores from the Section 3 sectional of the 58th Beat the Champions Sunday at Diversey River Bowl in Chicago.
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Scores from the Section 4/Will County sectional of the 58th Beat the Champions on Sunday at Arena Lanes, Oak Lawn.
Handy topped the women by rolling a 798 hours after kidney dialysis. Charvat rolled a 782 to edge Timothy Thomas by one pin on the men’s side.
Steven Rinella gives the keynote speech Saturday at the National Pheasant Fest & Quail Classic, held Friday to Sunday at Schaumburg Convention Center
A couple good seminars and the big show–the Indianapolis Boat, Sport and Travel Show–highlight week sixth of show season around Chicago outdoors.
Lily Borscha earns Fish of the Week honors by handing in a big bass
Bob Sadowski hustled a good life for those he touched, especially young people in sports and fishing.
Swings in weather and changing conditions make for variable fishing around Chicago fishing for this sprawling raw-file Midwest Fishing Report.
Scores and advancers from Section 2 sectional Sunday of the 58th Beat the Champions at Rolling Lanes in Countryside.
Jeff Klemenswicz and Nina Schmelter were the high scorers in the Fox Valley Sectional of the 58th Beat the Champions.
Dan McNeil speaks on muskies, eagle sightings all over and sturgeon are among the notes from around Chicago outdoors.
Lourdes Cardenas bowled the game of her life, 297, to put a highlight in the Section 1 sectional of the 58th Beat the Champions.
The general use of crossbows is changing how bowhunters target deer in Illinois and other states.
Richard Pollack will have a delay in donating a kidney and will bowl his first sectional in Beat the Champions.
The Tinley Park Fishing Show leads an eclectic Week 5 of the show season, and there are a couple ice fishing events, too.