Stories about Romeoville high school sports
Laila Houseworth and Jadea Johnson each scored 21 points for Romeoville in a 57-40 win over Joliet Central
A little over two weeks remain in the regular season, but quite a few conference races remain unsettled. Plus more from the boys basketball sideline in this week's notebook.
Joliet West didn't have all of its roster at its disposal, but the Tigers have learned to work with what they have available and it showed as it pulled away from Romeoville in the second half for a 72-61 Southwest Prairie Conference win.
Morris finished second in the state Class 1A competitive dance finals; Lincoln-Way West took fifth in boys bowling; and more from around the Herald-News area from Saturday, Jan. 28, 2023.
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
Jadea Johnson's 19 points and 10 rebounds led the Spartans to a 43-37 win over the Indians
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.
Coal City with a big win over Wilmington. That and more scores from around the area.
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.
The second quarter isn’t where high school basketball games are usually decided, but Friday night in Romeoville’s gym was an exception. The host Spartans, with Meyoh Swansey leading the way, used those eight minutes as the catapult to their 61-51 victory over Plainfield North.
As the prep wrestling season enters the home stretch, postseason matchups and state rankings come into focus across the Herald-News area.
Yorkville's LeBaron Lee, wearing a splint to protect his injured right thumb, played all 32 minutes and scored 20 points with nine rebounds, and the Foxes got 21 points from their bench to get a hard-fought 70-65 win over visiting Romeoville.
Mekhi Lowery and Jehvion Starwood each scored 11 points to lead Oswego East past Romeoville 47-39 on Friday night.