Lincoln-Way East High School news
A 2017 fraud case against Lincoln-Way District 210's former leader has been continually delayed for years because of his unspecified medical conditions. The district suffered a financial crisis that led to a school closure after his retirement.
Lincoln-Way East faced Libertyville in the Class 3A state third-place match at North Central College in Naperville on Saturday, June 3, 2023.
Ryan Bates and Avery Kittl were named 2023 Mr. and Ms. Alpha Omega at senior awards on May 10.
A federal fraud case against an 85-year-old former superintendent of Lincoln Way High School District 210 has dragged on for roughly five-and-half years. The former leader continues to collect hundreds of thousands in pension income each year, which he could lose if convicted.
Joliet Catholic captures East Suburban Catholic meet. Plus more scores and results from around the area.
Coal City with a big win over Wilmington. That and more scores from around the area.
After Reed-Custer and Streator were tied after the second, third and fourth quarters Thursday night, Jake McPherson saw to it that the outcome would swing in the direction of the Comets. His 21 points lifted RC to a 63-60 win to tie Streator for the top spot in the league.
A big night from Ava Gugliuzza lifted Lincoln-Way West girls basketball to a lopsided 81-28 win over Simeon on Thursday. That and more from girls basketball, boys bowling and boys wrestling.
Behind the three-four individual finish from Jack Roberts and Justin Falejczyk in identical time of 16:41.70, Lincoln-Way East defeated Wheaton North 44-46 in this 21-team meet at Lockport.
Gabby Piazza had 11 kills and five aces to lead the Joliet West Tigers to a Southwest Prairie Conference volleyball victory over West Aurora, and more from around The Herald-News area.
Lincoln-Way East look to go deep into the playoffs with most of their starters returning.
A wild and windy day in the SouthWest Suburban Conference saw Lockport baseball stay unbeaten with a 20-10 win over visiting Lincoln-Way Central. That plus more from softball, boys and girls water polo and girls soccer.
The senior helped lead her team to an undefeated season while securing multiple season and career school records
Lyndsey Grein and her Lincoln-Way Central softball teammates enjoyed another big day Monday. Grein struck out 13 batters in a complete-game effort and went 4 for 4 at the plate with a two-run homer and five RBIs, leading the Knights to an 11-4 win over host Bolingbrook in Southwest Suburban Conference action.
Students from Lincoln-Way East High School have again been conducting research as part of Argonne National Laboratory’s Exemplary Student Research Program.