08/25/2014, 11:25pm CDT, By Mike Clark | firstname.lastname@example.org | @mikeclarkpreps
With Broc Rutter back under center and a deep receiving squad to boot, Neuqua Valley plans to continue its aerial assault that wreaked havoc on opponents last season.
08/25/2014, 11:15pm CDT, By Patrick Z. McGavin
Naperville Central led most of the match but Leo Delgado scored the tying goal for Morton in the 75th minute Monday night as the season opener for both teams ended in a 1-1 draw.
08/23/2014, 5:47pm CDT, By Chris Walker
Neuqua Valley was impressive last year, but defense was a notable flaw. The Wildcats are hoping their experience will pay off this season and put them in position to contend for the Class 8A state title.
08/23/2014, 5:46pm CDT, By Chris Walker
After winning its first six games last season and climbing up the state rankings, Benet suddenly fell apart, losing its final four games. Thankfully, a whole new season has begun.
08/22/2014, 8:40pm CDT, By Phil Brozynski
Phil Brozynski breaks down the area's top teams and individuals.
08/21/2014, 6:30pm CDT, By Chris Walker
Senior running back Bryson Oliver, Metea Valley's starting point guard on the basketball team last winter, appears he’ll be the key man in the backfield for the Mustangs this fall.
08/19/2014, 6:30pm CDT, By Paul Johnson
After winning the Marian Catholic Invite on Monday, Waubonsie Valley followed with a 340 at the McGonagle Championship on Tuesday. Bing Singhsumalee was the medalist with a 75.
08/19/2014, 6:00pm CDT, By Paul Johnson
Naperville North's Griffin Brown used his expertise to blow away the field in Tuesday’s McGonagle Naperville City Championship and help deliver the Huskies the team title at the six-team event.
08/19/2014, 11:45am CDT, By Michael O’Brien | email@example.com | @michaelsobrien
The Sun-Times has obtained the Illinois High School Association's tentative sectional and regional hosts for Class 4A and 3A boys basketball for the next three years.
08/12/2014, 10:29pm CDT, By Mike Clark | firstname.lastname@example.org | @mikeclarkpreps
140 characters per team to get you ready for the 2014 football season.