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Great shooting lifts Ottawa over Seneca

12/27/2013, 10:00pm CST, By Tom Strong

Dead-eye shooting from Keating Rombach and Jacob Draper carried Ottawa to a 61-43 win over Seneca at Plano.

Tim O’Brien’s girls basketball notebook

12/09/2013, 6:25pm CST, By Tim O’Brien

Check out Tim O’Brien’s Joliet-area girls basketball notebook here.

Peotone wins thanks to prowess on boards

12/05/2013, 9:00pm CST, By Tim O’Brien

Peotone struggled shooting the entire night against Seneca, but its domination on the boards was enough for a 55-48 win.

Saturday was rough for Joliet-area football

11/19/2013, 7:35pm CST, By Dick Goss

Call it Black Saturday. Going 0-5 does not sound good, and it’s not. But what is noteworthy is how close that was to 4-1 or even 5-0 — against quality competition.

Stellar season in the books for Seneca

11/18/2013, 9:10pm CST, By Tim Tierney

Coming off a 5-4 campaign last year, not many people expected Seneca to have a standout season. But that’s what the Fighting Irish accomplished, and despite a playoff loss, the players have much to be proud of.

Aurora Christian holds off Seneca to move onto semifinals

11/16/2013, 6:45pm CST, By Tim Tierney

After scoring 21 unanswered points to take a 36-15 lead, Aurora Christian had to hold off a Seneca rally to defeat the hosts 36-27 in a Class 3A quarterfinal.

Herald-News’ three things to know

11/12/2013, 7:45pm CST, By Dick Goss

Dick Goss lists three things we learned after two rounds of playoff football action in the Joliet area.

Bo Taylor, Tommy Lovett fuel Seneca to victory

11/09/2013, 7:21pm CST, By Clyde Travis

Tommy Lovett rushed for 205 yards and Bo Taylor added 181 on the ground as Seneca claimed a 46-6 victory over Robeson in the second round of the Class 3A playoffs on Saturday.

Seneca’s Aspen Stuedemann ranked third in 100-meter hurdles

05/16/2013, 10:15pm CDT, By Dan Chamness

Seneca's Aspen Stuedemann ran the 100-meter hurdles in 15.99 seconds to rank third in the state prelims on Thursday.

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