Girls basketball rankings for the week of 1/8.
Though Geneva led by as many as 18 points in the second half, they required a Madison Mallory last second jumper to hold off a furious Maine West comeback attempt, to give the Vikings the 55-53 win.
Everybody has something to improve on, even the best of the best. Here are our “New Year’s Resolutions” for the area’s top teams.
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Over the eight seasons coach Glenn Olson has been in charge of Niles North, the Vikings have won two conference titles, three regional titles and a sectional championship, but the … Continue Reading Niles North takes home first ever Wheeling Hardwood Classic title
There were two really intriguing match-ups in the Hinsdale Central semifinals on Friday night, featuring three of the hottest teams in the state of Illinois, and another trying to get back to their preseason rankings.
Final results and leading scorers for all games of the Blenner Classic. Big thanks to St. Viator high school for sending all of the results my way.
Well that was quite a day. Left the house at 1:30 and didn’t get back until 11:00. The second days play featured six teams in our top-20, including four of … Continue Reading Montini holiday tournament quarterfinals recap
By: Luke Drase Coming into the Proviso West tournament, New Trier and Hillcrest each had something to prove. Though both schools are ranked in the top-20, each lacked a signature win. Hillcrest … Continue Reading Harvey, Hillcrest outlast New Trier to advance in the Proviso West tournament
A supplement to our written holiday tournament preview. In addition to talking about how tough these tournaments are, we break down the following tournaments. -Montini girls tournament -Hinsdale Central -Maine … Continue Reading Illinois Preps Podcast Ep. 15: Holiday Tournament Special
2017 Holiday tournament preview
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.