Maine South senior Henry Mierzwa and New Trier senior Mimi Smith won the individual titles at the Class 3A Loyola Regional at Harms Woods.
Oct. 25 8:50 p.m. |
The seniors each scored once as the Wildkits earned a 2-0 victory over Maine East in the Class 3A Boys Soccer Evanston Regional final.
Oct. 24 11:45 p.m. |
This story includes information about the New Trier, Loyola, Glenbrook North, Glenbrook South, Maine South, North Shore Country Day and Northridge boys golf programs.
Oct. 24 7:08 p.m. |
The Wolves have scored at least 21 points in every game behind the experienced unit. Daniel Studer said the line is effective because of its work ethic.
Oct. 24 2:39 p.m. |
Antiques and modern design will again pair off in the annual decorative arts showcase, Antiques + Modernism Winnetka, hosted by the Woman’s Board of the Winnetka Community House at the Community House, 620 Lincoln Ave. A preview party is Nov. 6, show runs Nov. 7-9.
The newest Chicago Police counterterrorism effort will involve assigning officers to high-traffic CTA train stations to randomly check riders’ bags for explosives.
Arts & Entertainment
The Pickwick Theatre will be filled with little superheroes, princesses, ghosts and goblins while a shadowy figure clothed in a cape will be seated behind the organ. That’s the scenario for the Park Ridge Civic Orchestra’s “Tricks & Treats at the Mighty Organ: Family Halloween Concert” on Oct. 29.
Oct. 24 12:29 p.m. |
Pioneer Press golf writers John Borneman and Matt Harness discuss the best and worst of boys and girls state and sit down with state champ Hinsdale Central.
Oct. 24 11:37 a.m. |
The Corsairs give the Dons a lot to prepare for, defensively. Carmel uses an option offense and runs the ball the vast majority of the time. Notre Dame needs to win to become playoff eligible.
Oct. 23 6:03 p.m. |
Eric Van Dril
The winner of Friday's game will finish the regular season with five wins — which will make the team playoff eligible and likely clinch a postseason berth. The loser is eliminated from playoff contention.
Oct. 23 5:05 p.m. |