High School Sports

No Shot Clock
K’Vion Thunderbird, a three-star linebacker, took his time in order to get his choice right
North Lawndale, which opened in 1998 and started varsity basketball in 2000, has never finished a season with a losing record. So there is plenty of pride to play for over the next few weeks.
Natasha Barnes’ path to a college scholarship and a starring role on one of the state’s top girls basketball teams has had a few twists and turns.
Alec Schmidts had 12 points and a game-high 11 rebounds while matching up against some significant size in the Saxons’ frontcourt.
Drew Scharnowski is the perfect example of a player and prospect you should’ve seen coming.
Mike and Joe take part in a multiple choice test, picking their favorite answers to a variety of questions on the season so far.
Simeon holds on to the No. 1 spot. Marian Catholic returns and New Trier vaults up.
Juniors Cam Cerese, Dennasio LaGioia and Tommy Rochford led the Lancers to the win against one of the best teams in Fenton school history.
Senior Maxwell Haack drained the first three-pointer for Downers Grove North. It was the second basket of the game, and it set off an avalanche.
Luca Carbonaro was remarkably efficient on Friday in Wheaton, scoring 18 points on just eight shots to lead Wheaton-Warrenville South to a 56-24 win against Geneva.
The full bracket for the Red Division city basketball tournament.
Carlos Harris drove the lane and drained the game-winning floater with a little less than two seconds to play.
Aurora Christian’s game against Chicago Christian earlier this month was a night of celebration. But it was also one that brought a whole lot of emotion.
Patrick Mahoney was talking to schools anywhere from NCAA Division I to Division III, where he could double as an offensive lineman and long snapper. Then fate dealt him a winning hand.
DeAndre Craig was the dominant force on the floor against St. Rita, scoring 33 points to lead the Caravan to a 84-76 win.