This time around, the Vikings topped Darrione Rogers’ Lake Park squad, 46-34 to advance to the state final for the third time in six years.
The Warriors incredible four year run came to an end at the hands of Fremd, who controlled the game for three quarters, and managed to hold off a furious fourth quarter comeback attempt to escape with a 57-49 win, while also avenging a 17 point loss just two weeks ago.
Rankings for after sectionals
Through the first 12 minutes of the sectional title game between Maine South and Evanston, there looked to be an upset brewing. But that notion was promptly put to bed … Continue Reading Henning’s offensive outburst ends Maine South’s season
The host Scouts led from wire to wire over the fourth seed Patriots 51-46, taking the season series and the regional crown.
The Ramblers defended and rebounded at a extremely high level to knock off New Trier on their home floor by a score of 47-29 to advance to the sectional round at Maine West.
Rankings for the week of 2/16/20
Despite the inconvenience and disappointment for many student athletes, we have to look at the bigger picture and long term stability for CPS athletics.
Maine West will make their return to Redbird Area after a dominating super-sectional performance
Montini and Benet to face off for the sectional crown yet again
Down as many as five points with just four minutes to go, the Redwings turned the tide in all facets of the game before eventually taking the lead for good courtesy of Kendall Holmes three pointer for a 71-66 win.
2019 Regional Predictions
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Led by a swarming defense, timely passing, a solid ground game, and superb special teams play, the Warriors won their first state playoff game in school history by defeating the Benet Redwings 20-18 and avenging their loss from a year ago.
As last years Morgan Park were accepting their championship medals, then junior standout Ayo Dosunmu was required to take to the podium on crutches.
One year later, Dosunmu finally got his opportunity to showcase his abilities on the big stage, claiming the class 3A title game scoring record with 28 points and leading Morgan Park to a 71-56 win over Southeast for the Mustangs second consecutive state title.
On Tuesday night, Evanston dismantled Lake Zurich 78-52 to claim the Sears Center super-sectional and advance to Peoria for the first time in a decade.