Girls basketball rankings for the week of 12/24
Third ranked Montini comfortably defeated number 14 Mother McAuley, 59-30 to move to 14-1 overall and 2-0 in the GCAC.
Matt Hall led Evanston in their 62-42 win over Zion-Benton with seven points, 13 rebounds, two assists and three blocks.
Episode 14 of the podcast. We go all over the map for this one.
Rankings done by: Luke Drase Maybe it’s time to start giving Fenwick some love. The Friars knocked off yet another top-20 team in Marian Catholic and have now won six games … Continue Reading Illinois Preps Insider’s girls basketball top-20: Week 3
Photos from Prospect vs. Stevenson 12/16/17
By: Luke Drase 12 games, 19 months. To most, these numbers mean nothing. But that is how long it’s been since Evanston lost a game in conference play before Niles North … Continue Reading Franklin, Niles North hand Evanston their first CSL South loss in over a year
By: Luke Drase With less than 20 seconds left in regulation, Northridge Prep and Latin found themselves in a deadlock in an important ISL conference matchup. Northridge’s Joe Thursby calmly got … Continue Reading Thursby’s last second jumper completes Northridge comeback
A turnover plagued third quarter erased any chance Romeoville had of winning the game, as Bolingbrook cruised to a 84-63 victory.
No. 16 Mother McAuley put on a dominating performance, leading the game wire to wire to defeat No. 9 Wheaton North, 62-44.
A recap of all the action that took place at the Lake Zurich Exam Jamm
Girls basketball rankings week 2
Just 30 seconds into the second quarter, DePaul Prep’s Perry Cowan was relegated to the bench after picking up his second foul. The benching didn’t seem to sit well with … Continue Reading DePaul hand St. Laurence their first loss of the season
By: Luke Drase It’s funny how much of a difference a week can make. Coming into their game against 19th ranked Uplift, Lincoln Park were off to a rocky start to … Continue Reading Lincoln Park upends no. 19 Uplift
Propelled by a big first half performance, No. 9 Loyola held on to defeat Trinity (6-2) 50-42, winning their seventh straight contest and improving to 8-1 on the season.