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No Shot Clock
A look back at 10 outstanding images from Week 4 of the high school football season.
From the time she first stepped on a basketball court as a kindergartner, Jordan Wood had never played another sport.
Four months after taking the job at Rich, Jamere Dismukes is leaving for H-F.
Here is a quick rundown of the 2023 When Sides Collide, which will be Saturday, Jan. 21.
Prospect has arrived, Morgan Park’s test, a Morris resurgence and can St. Ignatius do it again?
Neuqua Valley returns and Homewood-Flossmoor makes its season debut.
Cary-Grove’s offense didn’t resemble last season’s well-oiled machine, but the defense stepped up and led the way to an 18-0 win against visiting McHenry on Saturday.
Marist has never beaten Mount Carmel. The South Side Catholic schools only became conference rivals recently, so there haven’t been a ton of matchups between the schools.
Breaking down the week’s best games.
According to the Illinois High School Association — which checked with the National Federation of State High School Associations — this was the first prep matchup ever in the United States of two female head football coaches.
Prospect quarterback Brad Vierneisel says that things “got a little cloudy” during the biggest play of the game Thursday in Park Ridge.
Here’s a look at six teams that have surprised by starting 3-0 or 0-3. Three have an excellent shot at the playoffs, and three have a tough road ahead.
The latest rankings of Illinois high school football teams in each class, according to an Associated Press panel of sportswriters.
A look back at 10 outstanding images from Week 3 of the high school football season.
High school football will be back on television soon. Weigel Broadcasting’s Game of the Week will debut with Neuqua Valley vs. Naperville Central on Sept. 23.
IHSA executive director Craig Anderson said Walton is the first athlete ever to come to the organization seeking an OK for a NIL deal.
All eyes will be on St. Rita coach Roshawn Russell’s program this season as his star-studded cast includes the state’s top two prospects in the junior class: James Brown and Morez Johnson.
Which Class 7A school can rival Mount Carmel? Lake Zurich heroics, Prairie Ridge rolling and Thursday football talk.
Wheaton North and two West Suburban conference teams join the rankings.
Dedrick Dewalt came to Lane embracing change, and it looks like his players are buying in.