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.
Matt Hall led Evanston in their 62-42 win over Zion-Benton with seven points, 13 rebounds, two assists and three blocks.
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
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
With the recent passing of Joe Newton we talk about the legacy he left in Illinois high school athletics, among other topics.
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