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They have bothered me for a while, but they tightened up after that shot...Lemont in Country Club Hills, but the definitive basket was classic Mooring: It was an ill-advised shot, hurled from far beyond the three-point line. But the ball went through
South, Friday, October 19th, 2012 in Lansing, IL Gary Middendorf~for Sun-Times Media Updated: October 20, 2012 12:16AM Oak Forest dominated the first half and then held on for a 28-20 victory Friday over T.F. South in Lansing, earning a share of the
October 16, 2012 10:02PM There will not be an undefeated champion in the South Suburban Conference. Lemont made sure of that Tuesday in very emphatic fashion, marching into Shepard and sweeping the host Astros 25-12, 25-17.
South nips Tinley Park Throughout the season a head coach is faced with decisions that will either make or break a game or a season...South coach Tom Padjen was faced with a tough decision Friday night on the road against Tinley Park in the Rebels'
Oak Forest and Lemont, each at 14-2, are the leaders in a three-team dogfight that also includes Tinley Park (12-3). The first of three round-robin battles is scheduled for Tuesday, when Tinley Park travels to Lemont. Oak Forest travels to Tinley
Ira Crawford made sure the Rebels left the court with that monkey off their backs, as T.F. South stormed into Calumet City and defeated the Meteors a 57-52. It was the Rebels' first win over their South Suburban Blue foe since November 2000...I don't
Taylor scored on a 4-yard run in overtime as Lockport defeated Sandburg 27-24 in a SouthWest Suburban Blue showdown Friday night at Lockport. The victory improved the Porters to 6-2 overall and 4-2 in the conference. It was Lockport's first win over
The Argonauts came into Thursday's South Suburban Red match against Shepard at 4-0 in the conference and winners of nine of 10 games on the season. Argo continued its winning ways, knocking off the Astros 5-2 in Palos Heights...Eisenhower has been
Art Vassy~Sun-Times Media Undefeated in the South Suburban Blue last season and with 27 victories overall, Lemont was eager to start another girls volleyball season Monday against visiting Joliet Central. After a 25-19 victory in the first game,
The Olympians claimed the Southland Conference title Wednesday, then Thursday reached the 20-win plateau by defeating Rich East 6-3 in Olympia Fields. It's a testament to the coaching staff and the work the kids have put in all year, Rich Central