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The Maine West senior made it a game to remember by tossing a 5-0 shutout over visiting Schaumburg on Saturday in the first game of a nonconference doubleheader in Des Plaines. The Saxons won 6-1 in Game behind a 7-hitter from sophomore Shannon Felde.
Holly Wengerski (3-for-4, 3 runs), Renee Pond (2-for-3, 2 runs, RBI), Abbey Herling (3-for-3), Hanna Udischas (1-for-3, 1 run, RBI) and Brie Montmarquette (1-for-3, 1 run, 2 RBI, 2-run homer) led the Warriors' offense. Advertisement "This was a
But Barrington did leave the field with 13 hits and another win. Keenan Dolezal threw a 5-hitter as the Fillies posted an 8-1 victory over defending Mid-Suburban League East champion Elk Grove at the Fields of Dreams. The Fillies right-hander (9-0)
Moylan started moving the plan this year following the scandals at Maine West and Hoffman Estates. At Maine West, two 14-year-old soccer players say they were sexually assaulted last year as part of a hazing ritual. District 207 fired two Maine West
With three boys under the age of six, the coach who'd led the Warriors for the past nine seasons and who had been with the program for a total of 17 has opted to take a step back and devote more time to his home team. Originally hired as a freshman B
The reclusive soccer coach who lost his job at Maine West High School in a hazing scandal denied guilt of any kind Tuesday in his first public statement about claims that he sanctioned the sexual assault of student athletes in the northwest suburbs.
The Maine Township High School District 207 school board approved an agreement Monday night with Michael Divincenzo to conclude the dismissal proceeding and end Mr. Divincenzo's employment by the school district. Under the terms of the deal,
Maine West's girls soccer team made it a sensational home opener, using a 3-goal second half explosion from Rita Lopez to top Wheeling 4-0 Monday in Des Plaines. Lopez doubled the Warriors' lead just five minutes after intermission, then helped open
And it was a perfect start for Barrington senior Cassidy Kraimer. The right-hander threw the first perfect game for the Fillies since sophomore Kiley Dolezal on April 25, 2009. Kraimer's gem on Saturday was a 16-0 five-inning victory over Lane Tech
The complaint was filed March 5 in federal court on behalf of Jannon Kirley, 55, who began working at District 207 in 2000 as a physical education and health teacher at Maine South...She was involuntarily transferred to Maine West on May 10, 2011.