08/23/2014, 5:48pm CDT, By Mike Clark | firstname.lastname@example.org | @mikeclarkpreps
WW South's new quarterback-receiver combo of Josh Prueter and Keishawn Watson are hoping to recreate some of the offensive magic the Tigers have enjoyed in recent memory.
08/01/2014, 7:45pm CDT, By Beth LongFOX Sports NEXT | Twitter: @Beth_Long
WW South wide receiver Keishawn Watson commits to Western Michigan in this week's roundup.
07/23/2014, 12:15pm CDT, By Joe Henricksen | @joehoopsreport
From those who impressed, including downstate stars, big names, hidden gems and out-of-state phenoms, NY2LA's Summer Jam was one of July's best. Here is all the City/Suburban Hoops Report took from the event last weekend in Wisconsin.
05/30/2014, 9:15pm CDT, By Kate Hedlin | For Sun-Times Media | @SportsLoisLane
05/17/2014, 10:00pm CDT, By Chris Walker
Wheaton Co-op's David MacDonald won four individual titles in the last meet of his gymnastics career, winning the floor, parallel bars, still rings and tied for the title on vault Saturday.
05/09/2014, 10:50pm CDT, By Dale Bowman
Connor Griffin hauled in the biggest fish in the history of the state finals, a 7 pound, 4 ounce largemouth bass to give Robinson the lead heading into Day 2. But a few local teams still have a shot.
05/08/2014, 11:15pm CDT, By Joshua Welge
Behind another brilliant four-event sweep by the Minnesota-bound Emma Spagnola and two stunning wins on the track, the host Blackhawks captured the DuPage Valley Conference girls outdoor championship Thursday night.
05/08/2014, 3:30pm CDT, By Dale Bowman
Junior Qarin Johnnic returns to state with three new teammates as WW South embarks on its quest to capture the state bass fishing crown Friday and Saturday at Carlyle Lake.
05/07/2014, 10:15pm CDT, By Chris Walker
David MacDonald has been a fearless performer in the gym the past two seasons for Wheaton Co-op. You couldn’t blame him if he were a bit timid though during Wednesday’s Wheaton Warrenville South sectional.
05/02/2014, 9:15pm CDT, By Josh Wegle
The foursome of Emma Dalan, Alex Enright, Sara Atkins and Melinda Franke won the 3,200 relay in a state-qualifying time of 9:37 to guide WW South to a first-place finish at the Tiger Invitational.