Prep Football | Pardun stepping down as Hersey's head coach
Hersey head coach Joe Pardun has always preached to his players that football is a family atmosphere. So it was no wonder that Pardun was surrounded by his wife Katie and his daughters Veronica and Vivian when he meet with his players Tuesday morning to inform his team that he was stepping down as head coach of the Huskies.
Boys' Basketball | Buffalo Grove hangs on to down GrantWith a 49-29 lead after three quarters, it looked like host Buffalo Grove was going to cruise to victory Tuesday night in nonconference boys basketball action against Grant. But the Bison had to hang on for a 59-51 win.
Boys' Basketball | Fremd's experience too much for St. ViatorExperience won out over youth Tuesday night at St. Viator's Cahill Gymnasium. Fremd, which started three seniors, came in to Arlington Heights and came away with a 55-36 nonconference boys basketball victory over the Lions.
Boys' Basketball | Geneva rallies past BartlettWith one minute and 50 seconds remaining, Chris Suger drained the Vikings' 11th 3-pointer of the game to reverse the final Geneva deficit of the night in an ultimate 57-51 victory.
Girls' Basketball | Streamwood honors Rosner by naming gym after himThe gymnasium at Streamwood High School will henceforth be known as George Rosner Arena. The school renamed it Tuesday after the man who spent so much time patrolling the sidelines there. And he had no idea it was happening.
Girls' Basketball | Huntley rolls in Fox Valley openerAfter getting hard-fought wins against Rockford Boylan, Palatine and St. Viator to start the season, the Huntley girls basketball team continued its hot start Tuesday and showed why it won't be an easy matchup for anyone in the Fox Valley Conference, too. Holding Prairie Ridge to single digits in three of four quarters, Huntley defeated the Wolves, 53-38, in the FVC opener for both teams.
Girls' Basketball | Libertyville 'Rules' the night in win over WarrenKate Rule along with her twin sister Rachel, both sophomores, are a big part of what is Libertyville's girls basketball team has on the court this season. Kate Rule scored 12 points and had 4 rebounds and Rachel Rule had 3 points, 3 rebounds and a couple of steals in a starting role as Libertyville rolled past visiting Warren 55-26 in the North Suburban Conference opener on Tuesday night.
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