Stories about Providence Catholic high school sports
Joliet West scored six goals in the first 17 minutes and cruised to a 7-0 win over Providence on Monday.
More from the sideline in Week 4 across the Joliet Herald-News coverage area as Wilmington takes the mantle of the state's longest active winning streak from Joliet Catholic.
The undefeated list keeps dwindling and there's lots of traffic in the groups of teams with multiple losses. The CCL/ESCC's rigorous calendar is causing some teams to feel the burn along with an unfortunate CPL incident. Here's what we learned in Week 5.
72 teams have the ability to become playoff eligible this week with victories, but Week 5 is where wins are pivotal to keep playoff hopes in line. Steve Soucie previews the top games to watch this week.
More from the sideline in Week 4 across the Joliet Herald-News coverage area, including top takeaways from the Joliet Catholic-Providence thriller.
We're down to just 74 undefeated teams left in Illinois. Plus the CCL/ESCC slate gets tougher, and the emergence of Wheeling and Elk Grove is making the Mid-Suburban East incredibly deep. Here's what we learned in Week 4.
Friday Night Drive’s Steve Soucie has live updates from Friday night’s Week 4 game between Joliet Catholic and Providence Catholic.
Joliet Catholic beats Providence 49-41.
The Angels got six kills from Olivia Chovanec, five from Brooke Simon and four each from Ava Neuschwander, Emma Vitas and Ellie Blotnik in a 25-22, 25-17 win
Prairie Ridge and Jacobs will play for the FVC lead. Prospect will try for a marquee win against Maine South. It's a loaded Week 4 schedule. Steve Soucie previews the top games to watch this week.
Joliet Catholic beats host Providence in 2 sets. Photos by Dean Reid for Shaw Media.
The Southwest Suburban Conference race is shaping up to be a wild ride
Mia Mattingly and Skylar Smith proved to be a big difference for the Knights in a 25-20, 25-16 victory over the Celtics
A hot, sunny morning greeted all the runners at the 50th Annual Plainfield Central Invitational on Saturday, but the weather didn’t matter to the Lockport girls, who placed four runners in the top nine to win the team title.
JCA, Lockport, Bolingbrook, Lincoln-Way East head up a strong area contingent of teams hoping for postseason success.