High School Sports

Ty Macariola scored a game-high 26 points as the Friars beat local rival Oak Park 56-47 in the Chicago Elite Classic at Credit Union 1 Arena.
No Shot Clock
Here is a look at each of the event’s 13 games scheduled for this weekend.
Top-ranked Kenwood’s home opener Wednesday nearly was spoiled by a rookie head coach and a team loaded with sophomores.
This is a freshman class in the state that’s been talked about a whole lot before even playing a game. If the first week of the season was any indication, the early hype was well deserved.
Scores, highlights and more from Tuesday’s action.
There was a fairly large student section on hand for an early-season, weeknight game. About half of the students were wearing shirts that read “We want Savage.”
Here are 30 must-see regular-season games this season to put on the calendar.
Michael O’Brien and Joe Henricksen’s weekly breakdown of Illinois high school basketball.
Erin Savage heard the news she needed from Hinsdale Township School District’s lawyer on Tuesday morning. Her son Brendan is back on the boys basketball team. Savage sued the school district and several employees after Brendan was cut from the basketball team.
The top eight holds steady after the opening week and two new teams join.
Mount Carmel coach Jordan Lynch and Rochester coach Derek Leonard discuss if private schools have an advantage in football.
The Lady Lynx’s depth was the difference in the game. Their key players other than Walton showed up and contributed in huge ways
Recap of Saturday’s action at the first Kenner Classic at Young
Loyola beat the Griffins 26-15 at ISU’s Hancock Stadium to win its fifth state title.
The Caravan beat Downers Grove North 35-10 in the Class 7A state championship game on Saturday at ISU’s Hancock Stadium. It’s the school’s 15th title, which ties Joliet Catholic for the most in state history.
The Trojans beat the Flyers 23-20 in the Class 6A state championship game on Saturday at ISU’s Hancock Stadium. It’s the fourth state championship for Cary-Grove.
Joliet Catholic, which has won a record 15 state championships, led 20-10 at halftime.
It was a statement playoff run for St. Laurence and a respectable title-game loss for a program striving to join the elite.