South Elgin High School sports news
Max Love stars for 28 points, lifts St. Charles North over South Elgin 72-55 in Class 4A regional semifinal; North Stars to face DeKalb on Friday for title.
Relying on a fast start and displaying a balanced attack, South Elgin’s girls basketball team posted a 61-48 victory over Jacobs in the Larkin Class 4A regional championship Thursday night.
The girls basketball season tips off this week. Here is a team-by-team look at the Upstate Eight Conference.
St. Charles East easily won the first set against second-seeded South Elgin, then survived a wild second set for a 25-16, 26-24 win and the title of the Class 4A St. Charles East Regional.
On Glenbard East’s first play from scrimmage, the Rams fumbled. South Elgin recovered. That pretty much set the tone for the game.
Alyssa Worden had 17 kills and three aces – the third at match point – to power South Elgin past Glenbard South 25-14, 25-19 on Tuesday.
South Elgin's defense limited Glenbard South to just one trip inside the red zone, and the Storm went on to a 35-7 win in a showdown of Upstate Eight Conference unbeatens.
Sophomore Cecelia Bell threw a 1-hitter while classmate Hannah Harms smashed two two-run home runs as South Elgin beat Glenbard South 7-1 to close in on a third straight Upstate Eight Conference title.
South Elgin scored four runs in the first inning and went on to a 12-4 win over Glenbard South Wednesday.
South Elgin piled up 415 yards, 296 coming on the ground, to run past Glenbard East 28-0 on Saturday in the Upstate Eight Conference.
Lauren Huber scored a game-high 23 points and Glenbard East hung on to beat South Elgin to remain unbeaten in the Upstate Eight Conference.