Matt Harness

Endre made all three extra points, kicked a season-long 35-yard field goal and all four of his punts pinned the Titans inside their own 20.
In the third start of his varsity career, Aidan Walsh finished 13-for-16 for 173 yards with two passing touchdowns and no turnovers. He also ran for a TD.
The expected return of junior quarterback Brian Ranallo and junior fullback Johnny Fisher should give Deerfield a jump on most teams heading into 2015.
Niles North’s Tony Granato and Barrington Wade, as well as Cary-Grove’s Tyler Pennington and Trevor Ruhland, could be the difference makers Saturday.
Loyola’s Owen Buscaglia and Thomas Dreheras, as well as Warren’s Darrius Crump and Nick Turner, could be the difference makers Saturday in Wilmette.
Seniors Olutomiwa Akinrotima and Matthew Ziuzia combined for the Tigers’ first goal. Aleksander Grabowski and goalkeeper Mario Muhaj preserved the 2-1 lead.
Maine South senior Henry Mierzwa and New Trier senior Mimi Smith won the individual titles at the Class 3A Loyola Regional at Harms Woods.
Big games from Tony Granato, Yomade Adefeso and Barrington Wade likely led the Vikings to the playoffs for the first time since 1992.
This notebook also contains information about the Glenbrook North, Glenbrook South, Maine South, North Shore Country Day and Northridge boys golf programs.