LISLE – Dan Sanko stepped down as Lisle High School football coach Monday. After leading the Lisle football program for 17 seasons, Sanko said that he “felt like it was time” to resign from his post.
INDIANAPOLIS – Butler University’s football team earned it first NCAA Football Championship Subdivision playoff berth this season, but it might not have happened without a pair of Downers Grove South alums.
WHEATON – The 5-4 record Wheaton North’s girls basketball team had after Monday’s 52-45 win over Glenbard North might not be earth-shattering.
WHEATON – First came a win over their rival. Then came heroics by Matt Biegalski. Add it all up and the result was a 2-0 start to the 2013-14 season for the Wheaton North boys basketball team.
BLOOMINGTON – Former Bolingbrook High School football player Devonte Jones closed out his college career at Illinois Wesleyan University in stellar fashion this fall. The 5-foot-9, 200-pound running back became only the third Titans player in program history to rush for 1,000 yards in a season.
BARTLETT – With his 42-point performance Saturday against Bartlett, John Konchar broke the West Chicago single-game scoring record of his coach Bill Recchia.
WHEATON – Julie Fonda has no doubt that if her Glenbard South girls basketball team continues at its current pace, the dividends will be reaped later in the season.
ELMHURST – Chaun Rickette continues to find the bottom of the bucket for Glenbard South's boys basketball team.
GLEN ELLYN – Glenbard West boys basketball coach Tim Hoder is extremely pleased with the effort that he has received through six games from his young basketball team.
Nazareth’s boys basketball team came up with a 61-49 win over Ridgewood on Friday with 19 points and six steals from Mike Brooks. Evan McLaughlin added eight points and eight rebounds. A day later Naz took down Taft 67-38 with 21 points from Chris Swade and 12 from John Mazur.
BENSENVILLE – Patience is a virtue for the Riverside Brookfield boys basketball team, but after a winning weekend the Bulldogs showed they may not need too much more of it. The Bulldogs got off to a rocky start at their own Thanksgiving tournament, posting a 2-2 record. However, RB had an impressive pair of wins over the weekend.
ELMHURST – After winning the Class 2A girls volleyball state title, IC Catholic senior Delaney D'Amore has made a decision on where to continue her career. D'Amore, who led the Knights in kills, aces and digs, will be a libero/defensive specialist for St. John's of the Big East.
York graduate and current Augustana senior linebacker Erik Westerberg will be honored Tuesday evening as a postgraduate scholarship winner and finalist for the William V. Campbell Trophy. The ceremony, from the Waldorf Astoria in New York City, will be streamed live by ESPN3.
LA GRANGE – The Lyons Township boys basketball team has ambitions of winning the West Suburban Silver this year. In order to do that they have to reverse a few trends from the past couple seasons. The Lions crossed one of those trends off the list after winning at Glenbard West to snap a four-game losing streak against the Hilltoppers.
WHEATON – After 47 years of coaching, the last seven of which came as the leader of the St. Francis football program, Greg Purnell announced his retirement on Sunday. He will remain at the school as the major gift officer in the development office.
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