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Monday, September 24, 2012
Saturday, September 22, 2012
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Thursday, April 12, 2012
The latest prep scores from Palos area teams.
April 11 Baseball Stagg (5-9) defeated Bradley 14-12. Kyle Belluomini (3-1) pitched six innings with three earned runs and 3 Ks. Mike Farnan 4-4, 2 RBI, 4 R Kyle Belluomini 3-4, 2 RBI, 2 R Steve Kubiak, 3-4, 2 RBI Stagg jumped out to an early 10-0 lead in the 3rd inning. Bradley answered with six runs in their half of the 6th. Bradley had the tying run on second base in the bottom of the seventh but Joe Prete got a groundout to end the game. April 10 Boys Volleyball Marist def. Sandburg, 26-24, 25-20 Read a full game recap from Sun-Times Media. April 9 Boys Volleyball Shepard (7-9, 4-2 SSC) defeated Eisenhower by a score of 20-25, 25-18, 25-16. Shepard was led by Dan Taylor and Steve Martinez who had 10 kills a piece. Pat Neylon …
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Stagg's Brett Kaiser made 9-of-10 free throws and scored 21 points in the Chargers' 59-52 victory over Oak Lawn. He captured the lion's share of fan votes, too, in polling for Patch Athlete of the Week honors.
Stagg boys basketball standout Brett Kaiser outpolled five others in voting for Patch Athlete of the Week, Jan. 15-21. He is now eligible for January Patch Athlete of the Month recognition. The candidates were: Donnie Bell, junior, wrestling, Homewood-Flossmoor. Bell won 2-of-3 matches and placed second in the 195-pound weight class at the Southwest Suburban Conference tournament. Included was a 2-1 overtime decision over Thornton’s Josh Dixon. Bell pushed his record to 32-4. Brett Kaiser, senior, guard, boys basketball, Stagg. Kaiser was Klutch in the Chargers’ 59-52 victory over Oak Lawn. He made 9-of-10 free throws and scored 21 points. Kyle Langenderfer, junior, wrestling, Lincoln-Way East. Langenderfer swept four matches and won the…
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
It's your turn to vote. Help pick Patch's High School Athlete of the Week. Will it be LW East's Kevin Bayer, Brother Rice's Cody Stull or Sandburg's Dakota Hampton?
Help pick Patch's Athlete of the Week in the Southland. Vote for one of the following players (or write in your own candidate) for the week of Sept. 26 to Oct. 2. Kevin Bayer, senior defensive end/running back, Lincoln-Way East Good ol’ No. 96 rumbled around right end for 13 yards and scored the game-winning touchdown with 5:09 remaining in East’s 20-14 football victory over Bolingbrook. The Griffins trailed 14-0 at the end of one quarter before rallying in a battle for first place in the Southwest Suburban Blue Conference. Cody Stull, senior linebacker, Brother Rice Stull’s second interception ended the game in the second overtime and sealed Brother Rice’s thrilling 38-31 football victory over Providence Catholic in New Lenox. Dakota …
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
The latest news on Patch in an easy to watch video recap.
Hundreds Mourn Loss of John and Maria Granat VIDEO: Palos Remembers 9/11 Your Guide to Today's 9/11 Stories Palos on YouTube: Locals Pay Tribute to 9/11 With Song Touched By Terror: Patch Remembers 9/11 in 911 Snapshots The Southland Reflects on 9/11: A Photo Slideshow Palos Hills Church That Is Home to 9/11 Artifacts Will Host Memorial Ceremony Shards of World Trade Center Steel Inspire 9/11 Memorials Across America Palos Hills Gives Liquor Approval, Considers Move From ComEd Patch Sports Coverage
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
A weekly video look at sports in the Southland.
It's summer, and in the world of prep sports that means summer camps, T-ball and a round of golf. But even fall favorite football was in on the action this week in the Southland, with a few talented teams participating in 7-on-7 drills. For more coverage of the stories featured in today's Sportscast, click on the links below. For the Love of the Game: Evergreen Park Girls Softball Southland Golf: Plenty to Test All Skill Levels at The Sanctuary Richards 7-On-7 Football Camp Draws Elite Field Bears to Stage Youth Football Camp in Tinley
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
A weekly video roundup of sports in the south suburbs.
The Sox and Cubs might not be worth the price of admission this season, but there's a lot of good ball being played in the south suburbs. Playoffs began this week, and the Southland is packed with talented team, whether it's Providence Catholic and Lincoln-Way North baseball or Richards and Sandburgh softball. For a rundown of the top sports coverage from this week, click on the links below. Baseball Rankings: Wetzel Wets Providence Appetite for Postseason Party Softball Rankings: Unbeaten No More, Richards Can Relax and Play Ball Boys Water Polo: Gintautas, Sandburg Place Fourth in State Tourney Brown, L-W East Girls Bring Home First State Track Trophy in School History Ehimwenman Claims Two State Titles--Heartbreak in Team Race for H-F …
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
A weekly video roundup of sports in the south suburbs.
It was a successful week in south suburban sports, with two state championships coming out of Lincoln-Way and Orland Park. The Lincoln-Way Co-op boys gymnastics team took the team championship, as well as numerous individual titles, and Sandburg's badminton team placed first overall in state competition. For a rundown of the top sports coverage from this week, click on the links below. Lincoln Way Boys Gymnasts Are 2011 State Champs Wagner, Kentner Lead Sandburg to State Badminton Title Baseball Rankings: Providence's Magallones Has New Nickname Girls Soccer: Oak Forest Likes the Look of Tie vs. Mother McAuley Boys Volleyball: Richards Pulls off Dramatic Comeback vs. Oak Lawn