High School Basketball
The Illinois High School Association released its basketball sectional assignments Wednesday afternoon. Here’s a look at all the changes.
Benet sophomore Gabe Sularski dazzles in his first Chicago appearance as the Redwings beat St. Patrick
Tuesday at St. Patrick, Chicago fans got their first look at Sularski and he lived up to all the offseason praise.
Domercant finished with 18 points and seven rebounds in Young’s 63-37 win against Westinghouse. The freshman sharpshooter already holds an offer from Loyola and is starting to find her comfort on the court.
City/Suburban Hoops Report: Rating Waubonsie Valley, Palatine’s Connor May commits and Danny Grieves’ last run
Maybe the least talked about ranked, unbeaten team in the area is Waubonsie Valley. That will change as the Warriors surely add wins to their red-hot 8-0 start.
In this week’s episode, we each give our two takes and then we break down the eight teams that have a case to make to be ranked No. 1 so far this season.
Thornton holds on to the top spot, and Rich joins after defeating Simeon and taking the Wildcats to the limit.
Lindblom’s Je’Shawn Stevenson stakes his claim as the city’s best player and Brother Rice beats Bloom in triple overtime
Stevenson, who signed with Cleveland State, is much more than just a scorer as a senior. He’s doing everything on the court, and his team is winning.
Andrew Hollerich scored a game-high 17 points for Loyola, which is 10-1 in the last 11 Jesuit Cup meetings. Miles Boland added 10 points and five rebounds.
The talented sophomore point guard, a transfer from Kenwood, was finally eligible to play Friday.
The Ramblers took back the cup in their 63-37 win over St. Ignatius with a relentless defense that forced a plethora of Wolfpack turnovers in the first half.
A look at several big Catholic League matchups and the headline games at the Team Rose event.
Taevion Collier, Cliff Alexander’s brother, emerges as a major factor in Curie’s win against Phillips
Collier and his coach, Mike Oliver, knew it was impossible for Collier to live up to his brother’s legend. Instead, Collier did things the Curie way. He waited his turn.
Family of Kenneka Jenkins, who died in Rosemont hotel freezer, to receive more than $6 million in settlement