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Larry Kane~For Sun-Times Media Plainfield Central realizes it is not a good idea to play from behind against a talented team such as Lemont, but keeping that from happening is another matter. The Indians raced to a 34-23 halftime lead, survived a
Facing ex-teammate Nikia Edom, who transferred after three years at Montini, the No. Broncos built a 14-point second-half lead, nearly lost it all, but held on to beat previously undefeated Plainfield East 58-51 in Friday's first semifinal of the the
Paul Bergstrom ~ For Sun-Times Media Back-to-back overtime games Thursday night at the Romeoville Christmas Classic pushed the schedule back, but it was worth the wait for the host Spartans. Romeoville survived some shaky free-throw shooting in
Former Chicago Bears defensive lineman Steve McMichael has filed petitions to run for mayor of Romeoville. If he gets the job, McMichael has said one of his primary goals will be to entice the Bears to move their training camp to Lewis University.
McMichael has announced that he will run for mayor of Romeoville. Brett Roseman~Sun-Times Media Updated: December 26, 2012 3:14PM Former Bear Steve McMichael said he planned to file Wednesday afternoon for mayor of Romeoville.
Francis coach Mike Uremovich is in his first season as running backs coach and special- teams coordinator at Northern Illinois. Supplied photo Let it never be said Mike Uremovich does not have impeccable timing...Francis football coach left in 2011
Staff report Chicago avoided slick roads and potential flooding that was expected to accompany this winter's first winter storm, though enough snow fell to end a 290-day streak of snowless days. "The cumulative snow is over," said Gino Izzi,
Gary Middendorf~for Sun-Times Media Romeoville entered Thursday's game 11-1, but the Spartans weren't too pleased with their offense, believing most of their victories were owed to strong defense. Thursday, the defense still was there and the offense
Averaging a school-record 73.3 points per game, the Rolling Meadows girls basketball team has proved to be one of the toughest teams in the state this season. Now the Mustangs (12-0) will compete in one of the toughest Christmas tournaments in the
Village Board meeting, trustees voted unanimously to allow video gambling at liquor establishments, arguing a ban would hurt businesses in Romeoville since neighboring communities allow the machines. "We certainly don't want to put our businesses at