Stories about Lincoln-Way East high school sports
Jasmine Jones' solid all-around effort aided the Raiders in overcoming a one-point deficit entering the fourth quarter in a 36-29 win.
Peotone's girls trailed after one quarter, but it was all Blue Devils from there, as Peotone rolled to a 56-21 win to remain unbeaten at 23-0; plus more from around the Herald-News area.
The Class 4A Romeoville Sectional will feature several of the area's top teams, such as Bolingbrook, Lincoln-Way East, Lincoln-Way West and Lincoln-Way Central
If seed meetings were still held, there'd probably be pretty lengthy discussions in how the Bolingbrook Class 4A Sectional should be seeded. That and area McDonald's All-American nominations as well as some notable coaches milestones reached in the Boys Basketball notebook.
If seeding meetings were still held, there'd probably be pretty lengthy discussions on how the Bolingbrook Class 4A Sectional should be seeded. That and area McDonald's All-American nominations as well as some notable coaches milestones reached in this Boys Basketball Notebook.
Mac Hagemaster scored nine points, grabbed five rebounds, blocked a trio of shots and altered many more to help Lincoln-Way East to a 55-40 victory over Lockport.
It took Bolingbrook some to time to get to its preferred tempo but it managed to find it in time to collect a 71-61 victory over host Lincoln-Way East on Tuesday, snapping the Griffins' 14-game winning streak in the process
The Illinois High School Football Coaches Association (IHSFCA) on Tuesday released its Class of 2023 Hall of Fame inductees.
Tylon Toliver continued his hot week for Lincoln-Way East boys basketball on Friday night with 23 points to lift the Griffins to a 68-50 win over Sandburg in a SouthWest Suburban Conference contest. Plus more local results in Friday's roundup.
After winning 14 of its first 17 games, the Lincoln-Way East girls basketball team had dropped two in a row. Looking to get back on track Thursday evening, the Griffins did just that with a 53-32 victory over Lockport in an SWSC Blue tussle in Frankfort.
Minooka’s boys basketball team picked up its first home win of the 2022-23 season with a thrilling 67-63 overtime win over Stagg, plus more from the Herald-News area from Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2023.
As the prep wrestling season enters the home stretch, postseason matchups and state rankings come into focus across the Herald-News area.
Peotone finished the first half of the season unbeaten, Bolingbrook hasn't lost to an in-state team, and Minooka and Lockport have recovered from slow starts, and more girls basketball notes from around the Joliet area.
A 19-0 first-quarter lead turned into a 57-21 rout of visiting Midland in a Tri-Valley Conference contest. Kennedy Hartwig drained five 3-pointers on her way to a 24-point night to lead the Lady Irish.
The paths to the boys basketball state tournament for Herald-News area squads look extremely similar to those of last year. Plus more from around the Herald-News area.