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Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Hunter Tam is always thinking of ways to keep himself one step ahead of the competition.
Tommy Kelly was willing to sacrifice a few cravings for home-cooked meals to have a chance at getting what he really wanted.
No matter what uniform he’s wearing or what sport he’s playing, Tavion McCarthy brings a single-minded approach to the game.
Andrew Norris Jr. takes as much ownership in the Zion-Benton football team as anyone.
Vernon Hills veteran football coach Bill Bellecomo will more than likely be sidelined for the rest of the season recuperating from heart valve surgery.
Vernon Hills Park District student, Magdalena Zucek, won a Gold Medal at the 2018 Junior Pan-American Karate Championships this past month.
Noah Lautner keeps growing in stature for the Grant football team.
Megan Mitchell is excited by the possibilities.
Claire Mahoney always seems to be in control where the Lake Forest girls’ volleyball team is concerned.
North Chicago Warhawks’ Cory Harper Jr. plans to leave everything on the field this season.
Chase Becker is proud to have earned the right to have options.
Cheer on the Grayslake Athletics as they take on the McHenry County Independants in a game of 19th century style baseball on Saturday, August 25 at 3 pm.
Amar Augillard wants his encore performance to turn as many heads as his opening act did.
T.J. Edwards, a Lakes graduate and All-American linebacker for the University of Wisconsin, decided to sit out the NFL Draft and return to the Badgers for his senior year.
NBA rookie Jalen Brunson was recently back where it all began, sharing his experiences with the next generation of youngsters looking to follow in his footsteps.
Thomas Motzko insists he still only has eyes for South Dakota State.
Evan Boudreaux is starting to feel even more at home in West Lafayette.
It's summer! The Hunt Club Aquatic Center is filled with fun! Families are swimming, diving, and sliding their way through summer!
Bryant Brown wants his last shot at Waukegan to be a memorable one.
All ages are invited to attend Drop-In Table Tennis from 6 -9 pm on Tuesday and Friday evenings at the Sullivan Community Center.