Stories about Lincoln-Way West high school sports
Claudia Heeney and Morgan Turner of Lockport and Kiernan Farmer of Peotone won state championships, while Lockport finished second as a team
Coal City wrestling advances to final four, Lockport, Lincoln Way East swimmers advance and nine area qualifiers still alive for titles in girls wrestling and more in Friday's Herald sports roundup.
Plainfield North wins on a buzzer beater, Bolingbrook, Joliet Catholic, Lemont and Wilmington among regional winners: Herald News Sports Roundup for Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2024.
Rich Township jumped out to an early lead and kept building in a 75-40 win over Lincoln-Way West on Wednesday in a Class 4A Lincoln-Way West Regional semifinal.
Coal City boys wrestling advanced to the state quarterfinals with a 60-15 win Tuesday over De La Salle. Plus more local results in Tuesday's roundup.
Joliet Catholic, Reed-Custer win boys basketball. That and more in Monday's roundup.
Lincoln-Way East boys swimming claimed a sectional title Saturday.
Lockport’s Justin Wardlow, Coal City's Landin Benson and the Joliet Catholic duo of Dillan Johnson and Jason Hampton will be wrestling for state championshipsy, while Joliet West led by Ella Steinke sits atop the standings at the girls bowling state finals.
Peotone's Madi Schoeder had 22 points to lead the Blue Devils to a Class 2A Chicago Christian Regional championship victory. Providence and Bolingbrook also won regional titles in girls basketball Thursday.
Lemont, Providence Catholic wins boys basketball, Romeoville wins girls track and field in Wednesday's roundup.
Joliet West girls basketball will play for a regional championship after taking down Bloom on Tuesday in a Class 4A Joliet Central Regional semifinal. Read that and much more in Tuesday's local roundup.
Coal City, Lincoln-Way West, Manteno win girls basketball postseason contests. That and more in Monday's roundup.
Girls wrestlers qualified for the state tournament out of the Geneseo Sectional on Saturday.
Coal City will send 10 wrestlers to the state tournament, while Joliet Central, Morris, Wilmington and Dwight advanced in girls basketball regionals.
Joliet Catholic Academy saw five players score in double digits in a 68-67 nonconference win over Lincoln-Way West on Saturday.