Stories about Fenwick High School sports
Fenwick is coming off the Class 5A state title, while St. Ignatius enjoyed its best season in program history last fall.
Fenwick is looking for a new starting quarterback for the first time in three years after state champion Kaden Cobb graduated. Senior EJ Hosty and junior Marek Hill have competed for the starting job this summer.
Lemont junior Sage Mardjetko, who led her team to the Class 3A state championship on Saturday, throwing a no-hitter in the final, led 26 area players earning All-State recognition by the Illinois Coaches Association Monday.
Crystal Lake South kept battling against Fenwick on Monday, eventually coming away with an 8-6 win in a rain-shortened Class 3A supersectional.
Crystal Lake South defeated Fenwick, 8-6, in a Class 3A supersectional in Schaumburg.
Despite Fenwick's valiant effort and the sensational performance of goalkeeper Audrey Hinrichs, who made 11 saves, the Friars came up short in a 3-0 loss to Deerfield in Saturday's Class 2A third-place game.
Fenwick fell to Deerfield in the IHSA Class 2A state soccer consolation game at North Central College in Naperville on Saturday, June 4, 2022.
Fenwick faced Triad in an IHSA Class 2A state soccer semifinal at North Central College in Naperville on Friday, June 3, 2022.
Lenae Fergerson, an honorable mention All-American at DePaul who played in the WNBA and for 12 years in Europe, has been hired by Fenwick as the second head girls basketball coach in program history.
Fenwick senior defender Leah Hyland steps up with a stellar performance in her first-ever varsity game in goal, Benet figuring out its identity, plus notes on Lemont and Hinsdale Central in Bob Narang's girls soccer notebook.
Sophomores Ava Gusel and Maya Rodriguez, both sisters of former Downers Grove North softball stars, are a big reason why the current Trojans' future is bright. That, Fenwick's Talia Lorenzo off to fast start and Hinsdale South shows adaptability in Joshua Welge's softball notes.
The girls track and field season is underway. Here are Bill Stone's previews of teams from around the Suburban Life coverage area.
The softball season starts this week. Here are previews of teams from around the Suburban Life coverage area.
Nazareth qualified for a trip down to Normal for the state semifinals after its 46-30 supersectional win over Fenwick on Monday night in Chicago.
Harrison Nolan became the first diver from Riverside Brookfield to win a state championship, setting a state record, while Connor Groya won the 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle to become York’s first state champion in the sport.