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Story Continues Below "We were definitely motivated," Redhawks senior center Nick Czarnowski said, with last week's Hoops for Healing tournament loss to Benet more on his mind. "No one wanted that to happen the way it did...Kept our hands up on
Story Continues Below After trailing 17-13 after the opening quarter, the Redhawks (2-4, 1-0) exploded for 35 points in the second period for a 48-34 advantage at halftime, and the Lancers (2-4, 0-1) couldn't seriously threaten in the second half. In
Addison Trail, Glenbard West, Naperville Central, Naperville North, Neuqua Valley, Wheaton Warrenville co-op, York. Top returning individuals: Amber Broucek (Glenbard West, so., all-around), Audrey Channon (Wheaton Warrenville co-op, sr.), Meghan
Last week we said there were athletic college achievers to come...Harvard senior tight end Cam Brate (Naperville Central) earned unanimous first-team Ivy League honors a second straight season. A 2012 Capital One Academic All-America who this year
Naperville Central took a 6-0 halftime lead over Loyola in the Class 8A state championship football game Saturday night at Northern Illinois University. The Redhawks took advantage of a pair of Loyola turnovers, converting both into field goals.
Benet coach Gene Heidkamp thought the Redwings (4-0) got better as the tournament progressed and the team showed against the Redhawks (3-1) that certain aspects of its game have improved from last season. Story Continues Below Case in point, the
It started with our 6 a.m. workouts," said senior quarterback Jake Kolbe. "We've been adding it up and it's been a year and five weeks since we started our off-season conditioning program, and it's paid off. This is why you work so hard and why you
But Friday night's season opener against Providence Catholic was not one of those times, as the Celtics (2-0) pulled out a down-to-the-wire 62-57 victory in first-round action of the Tip-Off Tournament in Naperville. Story Continues Below While
Both teams have found their groove during the postseason. Naperville Central dropped three straight to Wheaton Warrenville South, 14-7, Glenbard North, 40-34, and Wheaton North, 31-17, from Weeks 6 through 8. Central since has won four straight,
Marist is making its 15th playoff appearance and sixth straight. The RedHawks (the schools share a nickname, but Marist capitalizes the "H") advanced to state title games in 1986 and 2009, when they beat Naperville Central in the second round.