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Marmion’s Lucas Warren gets it done on both offense and defense

Junior starter at linebacker and fullback leads team in tackles and rushing yards, despite taking 80 percent of snaps in each position.

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Oswego East, Yorkville swept from regional semifinals

Glenbard West and Wheaton North took care of business, posting two-game wins to advance to Thursday's 6:30 p.m. championship match.

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Rick Armstrong’s football notes: Marmion, Yorkville need to stop speed

Looking at their first-round playoff matchups, Marmion’s Dan Thorpe and Yorkville’s Karl Hoinkes are hoping their defensive units are driven.

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Aurora Christian gets into football playoffs by a heartbeat

Aurora Christian makes 3A playoffs with 5-4 record, one of 10 Beacon-News area teams to qualify for the postseason.

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Brandon Babler delivers extra-special effort for Aurora Central

There was no stopping him as he led his team to a 49-28 Metro Suburban Conference win over Wheaton Academy with four touchdowns.

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Class 4A Bartlett volleyball sectional is strong top to bottom

Sitting at the No. 10 seed is Yorkville, a team that had just one loss on its ledger nearly two weeks ago when Bartlett sectional coaches cast their votes.

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Rick Armstrong’s football notes: Win to get in for Aurora Christian

Aurora Christian plays host Friday to Leo in a Catholic League White matchup of 4-4 teams, each needing a win to become playoff eligible.

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Five games to watch in the Aurora area for Week 9

Games to watch are: Leo-Aurora Christian, Marmion-Montini, Neuqua Valley-Metea Valley, South Elgin-Waubonsie Valley and Glenbard East-West Aurora.

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Aurora Central finds a real keeper in Khalil Guisse

Jeff Kus and his Aurora Central teammates were guilty of some national profiling when they met new teammate Khalil Guisse in the summer of 2013.

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Rosary latest target of St. Francis’ success

For longtime St. Francis volleyball coach Peg Kopec, Wednesday’s 25-15, 25-15 score wasn’t that big a deal, but the "W" was.