Stories about Lincoln-Way West high school sports
John Connors had a home run, a triple and five RBIs in Lincoln-Way East's 10-3 semifinal win over Lincoln-Way West in a Class 4A Lockport Sectional semifinal Thursday.
Bre Herlihy’s goal in the ninth minute proved to be the difference as the Griffins clinched the program’s first state berth with a 1-0 win Tuesday in the Class 3A Andrew Supersectional. Plus more local results in Tuesday's roundup.
In his final high school meet Saturday at O’Brien Field, Billy Bailey came away with three medals and just missed a state title in the Class 3A 400 meters.
State track, a perfect game and more fill the Herald-News Area Roundup for Friday, May 26, 2023.
Postseason baseball and boys volleyball as well as IHSA State action in boys tennis and track and field make up today's Herald-News Area Roundup.
Josh Lamberson throws a no-hitter - Bolingbrook advances. That plus boys volleyball, baseball and softball scores from around the area.
The Warriors and Tigers will face each other in Tuesday's semifinals after beating Joliet Central and Plainfield South, respectively
Plainfield South leads area qualifiers at the IHSA Girls State Track and Field Meet. Plus girls soccer postseason, baseball, softball and more.
Bolingbrook and Plainfield North have big night at boys track sectionals. That plus many more boys track sectional results, baseball and softball.
Wilmington softball advances. That plus more baseball and softball scores from around the area.
Coal City wins first girls soccer regional in nine years. That plus many more scores from around the area.
Seneca girls track and field will send 14 individual qualifiers and four relays to next weekend’s state meet at Eastern Illinois University after winning the Class 1A Seneca Sectional on Thursday. That plus many more scores and results from around the area.
Grace Cavanaugh drove in the winning run in extra innings for Reed-Custer softball, plus more from around the Herald-News area from Tuesday, May 9, 2023.
Plainfield North Walks Off West Aurora. That plus many more scores from around the area.
Outs were suddenly hard to come by for the Lincoln-Way West baseball team on Monday, but when it needed one most it got it as Cole Crafton threw out the potential tying run in a 4-3 Warrior victory over Lincoln-Way Central.