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'All in with the NBA draft': Rolling Meadows grad Max Christie is leaving MSU, going pro

Rolling Meadows graduate Max Christie is leaving Michigan State for the NBA draft. → Read More

Baseball: St. Viator cruises to 1st conference title in 20 years

It has been a long time coming for St. Viator. Real long.Viator won its first East Suburban Catholic Conference baseball title since 2002 Monday when the Lions blasted Marist 12-2 at Boomers Stadium in Schaumburg before a large and very boisterous St. Viator fan base. → Read More

Lakes captures Carmel Sectional title, while St. Viator's Scales gets 3 firsts in girls track

Lakes runs away with the Carmel Sectional girls track title. St. Viator's Emmi Scales earns three personal bests and a trip to the state tournament. → Read More

Boys gymnastics: Palatine's record-setting night nets sectional title

Palatine had a record-setting day Wednesday at the boys gymnastics sectionals.The Pirates set a school record with 163.40 to win their third consecutive sectional title. Palatine smashed the school record set by the 2007 team that had a 159.80. → Read More

Boys volleyball: Fan support helps Lake Zurich top Rolling Meadows

Sometimes all it takes is one word. And for Lake Zurich Tuesday night it was “scoreboard.” → Read More

Boys gymnastics: Serwatkiewicz eyes one more meet at home

Alex Serwatkiewicz wants to go home one more time.The Hoffman Estates senior competed in what could be his final home meet Friday at the Hawk invite in Hoffman Estates.Or is it? → Read More

Baseball: Strong pitching leads Maine South past Prairie Ridge

It was three-for-one for Maine South Saturday in Park Ridge. The Hawks used three different pitchers to stymie Prairie Ridge 3-1 in a nonconference baseball battle. → Read More

Boys gymnastics: Palatine clinches MSL West championship

As a Bronco, it was only natural for Barrington freshman Henry Stevens to see how he would match up with the other thoroughbreds on the pommel horse. Stevens didn't disappoint himself or anyone else Wednesday at a dual boys gymnastics meet between Palatine and host Barrington. → Read More

Baseball: Hintz, St. Viator take down Nazareth

Casey Hintz can't wait for the warmth of Arizona. The St. Viator senior, who committed earlier this season to play at the University of Arizona next season, pitched six innings in 44 degree temperatures Saturday. Hintz shut down Nazareth, throwing some shade on the Roadruners as Viator pulled away for a 9-1 win Saturday at Wintrust Field in Schaumburg. → Read More

Boys gymnastics: Palatine closing in on school record

Palatine rode the horse to a winning finish Wednesday. → Read More

Radomski powers Schaumburg past Hoffman Estates

Schaumburg's Chris Radomski played hide-and-seek with Hoffman Estates Thursday. Radomski had 10 kills as Schaumburg swept the Hawks 25-16, 25-12 in the Mid-Suburban West boys volleyball opener for both teams in Schaumburg. → Read More

Boys water polo: Conant puts it all together in win over Schaumburg

Conant scored 8 first-period goals and overwhelmed Schaumburg 15-2 in the Mid-Suburban West boys water polo opener for both teams Wednesday. → Read More

Baseball: Hersey's 'family' handles Geneva

The brotherhood is real at Hersey. With three sets of twins and a trio of Pflomm brothers, it is no wonder the Huskies are moving in the right direction. Tyler Pflomm ripped off 3 hits, including his second home run of the season, as Hersey walked past Geneva 9-4 Tuesday in a nonconference baseball game in Arlington Heights. → Read More

Track and field: Prospect dominates MSL boys, girls indoor meet

It was a dominating day for Prospect at the Nagel-Saylor Mid-Suburban League indoor track Invitational at North Central College in Naperville Saturday. The girls' team lapped the field, scoring 149.5 points to win their side of the meet. The boys' team was nearly as good, scoring 142 points to win their title . → Read More

Barrington bounces back, beats Bolingbrook for third place

Barrington, after suffering a tough semifinal loss to Whitney Young Friday afternoon, bounced back and beat Bolingbrook 59-54 in Friday night's Class 4A third-place game. → Read More

Presenting the 2021-2022 Daily Herald Northwest suburbs All-Area Boys Basketball Team

Presenting the 2021-2022 Daily Herald Northwest suburbs All-Area Boys Basketball Team → Read More

Buffalo Grove's Peterson, Schaumburg's Heisler step down

A pair of long-standing MSL boys basketball coaches that met in the conference title game in 2019 both submitted their resignations Monday. → Read More

Barrington pulls off the upset, knocks off Glenbrook South

Barrington pulled off the upset Monday night, knocking off Glenbrook South 52-50 in the Class 4A supersectional at Forest View Educational Center in Arlington Heights. → Read More

Hong, Barrington deliver sectional title-game OT win over Libertyville

Barrington's Daniel Hong knocked down 8 consecutive free throws in overtime as the Broncos downed Libertyville 56-47 Friday in the Class 4A sectional final at Barrington before 2,500 fans. → Read More

Hong's career night helps Barrington reach sectional final

Daniel Hong's move to Barrington paid huge dividends Tuesday. Hong, who moved to Barrington two years ago, showed Tuesday how comfortable he feels in a Broncos uniform. The senior scored a career-high 32 points to lead the Broncos past Fremd 68-48 before 1,300 fans in the Class 4A Barrington sectional. → Read More