Stories about Morris high school sports
The Morris baseball team took an early lead en route to an 8-2 upset win over La Salle-Peru in a Class 3A La Salle-Peru Regional semifinal.
With an army of highly seeded qualifiers, Minooka should make a strong run at team hardware at the IHSA State Meet this weekend. But the Indians are far from the only potential success story the area might see.
Myles Johnston qualified for the Class 2A state meet in both the 100 and 200-meter dashes, while Kaden Welch and Matt Clark each qualified in the 1600-meter run
Mckenzie Oslanzi struck out 17 as Ottawa blanked Plano 7-0 in the Pirates' regional opener Tuesday.
Martin Kowalczyk had six kills and was a force on defense with six blocks to lift Lemont to a 25-21, 25-15 win over Richards on Tuesday at the Chicago Brooks Regional semifinal. Plus more postseason results in softball and girls soccer.
Lockport defeated Sandburg to win the title at the Do It Stevie's Way Tournament on Saturday. That and more results from baseball, softball, tennis and bass fishing.
For much of Friday’s Class 2A Plano Boys Track and Field Sectional, the participating athletes not only had to battle tough competitors, but also adjust to strong, gusty winds.
Athletes from La Salle-Peru, Ottawa, Sandwich, Streator, Plano, Coal City, Joliet Catholic, Morris, Marmion, Benet and Providence Catholic competed in the Class 2A Track and Field Sectional on Friday, May 20, 2022 in Plano.
Morris' Lauren Shear scores with just over six minutes remaining to lift her team over Streator 1-0 in the Class 2A Washington Regional semifinals.
Lincoln-Way East is looking to defend its Class 3A Girls State Track team title and looks to have the pieces in place to possibly do so in what should be a fiercely competitive battle for hardware at this weekend's IHSA State Track Meet in Charleston.
The Morris baseball team completed a 4-0 week with the one-hit shutout
Plainfield East boys volleyball made quick work of the field at the Bulldogs Invitational Saturday at Oak Lawn Richards. Plus more from baseball, softball, boys track and more.
Andy Drendel’s vision for the Class 2A State Tournament is simple - a big bus heading to Charleston filled with Kaneland athletes. The Knights started down that path Friday finishing with 184.67 points to win the Interstate 8 meet.
Sage Mardjetko threw a no-hitter to help Lemont take down Oak Forest 1-0 at home. Plus more softball, baseball, girls soccer, boys volleyball and boys and girls water polo scores.
Dudley finished second at the Class 2A Geneseo Sectional in the 3200-meter run