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  • Aurora Christian boys pick up where the girls left off

  • 05/31/2014, 7:00pm CDT , By Kevin McGavin
  • One week after the Eagles captured the first state championship in any sport for a girls program, Aurora Christian duplicated the Class 1A results Saturday in the boys track and field state meet at Eastern Illinois University’s O’Brien Stadium.
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  • Ryan Preacely leads Johnson to historic finish in 2A finals

  • 05/24/2014, 10:22pm CDT , By Mike Clark | mclark@suntimes.com | @mikeclarkpreps
  • Ryan Preacely won two individual events, setting a meet record in the 100 meters, and anchored a first-place relay to help Johnson earn its first state trophy in any sport Saturday at O’Brien Stadium. The Pumas finished third, behind Cahokia and and Normal U-High.
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  • Things go swimmingly for Peyton Wade

  • 05/22/2014, 7:15pm CDT , By Dan Chamness
  • Peyton Wade grabbed three of those individual qualifying spots, advancing in the 110-meter hurdles (15.42 seconds), the long jump (17 feet, 9.5 inches) and the high jump (5-2).
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  • Aurora Christian girls track rolls on

  • 04/26/2014, 6:46pm CDT , By Rick Armstrong | rarmstrong@stmedianetwork.com
  • Despite Peyton Wade not running her usual hurdles races, Aurora Christian still managed to win the Plano Invitational by defeating Lowell (Ind.) 123-122 Saturday.
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  • Rick Armstrong’s boys basketball notebook

  • 02/26/2014, 7:39pm CST , By Rick Armstrong | rarmstrong@stmedianetwork.com
  • Rick Armstrong’s weekly breakdown of Aurora-area boys basketball action includes a look at the status of Aurora Christian senior point guard Johnathan Harrell.
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Aurora Christian

Address: 2255 Sullivan Rd., Aurora, IL 60506
Phone: 630-892-1551
Fax: 630-892-1692
Enrollment: 311 / 513.15 (multiplied)
Nickname: Eagles
Colors: Red/White/Gray
Website: www.aurorachristian.org
School type: Non-Public Coed
Conference: Suburban Christian Conference

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