2017-2018 Girls Illinois Players We Watched

Posted on March 27, 2018. Filed under: Basketball, Girls High School Basketball, High School Basketball | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

2017-2018 Girls Illinois Players We Watched

March 21, 2018

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First Team

Abby Callahan, Marist, junior, forward: She averaged 11.2 points and a team-leading 7.1 rebounds including eight double-doubles.

Taylor Gugliuzza, Lincoln-Way West, sophomore, guard: Already exceeded 1,000 career points, she scored in double figures every game this season. Averaged 21.6 points, with 78 3-pointers.

Tara O’Malley, Mother McAuley, senior, guard: She averaged 14.2 points despite playing one of the toughest schedules and shot 90 percent from the free-throw line.

Chatori Tyler, Argo, senior, forward: She is the all-time scoring leader for the Argonauts, where she averaged 20.0 points and 6.9 rebounds per game. Right now she is weighing her options to attend Virginia Union, Roosevelt, Kentucky State, St. Francis and Paul Quinn in the Fall.

Carolyn Waleski, Lincoln-Way East, senior, guard: She averaged 12 points, 4.1 steals and 5.2 rebounds and help the team break a school record with 28 victories. Will be a preferred walk-on at Illinois.

 

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Second Team
Jenna Badali, Mother McAuley, sophomore, guard

Aireal Dickson, Homewood-Flossmoor, senior, guard

Tadriana Heard, Argo, junior, guard

Lauren Hunter, Lincoln-Way East, senior, forward

Shannan Mitchell, Marian Catholic, junior, forward

Third Team

Trinity Duckworth, Hillcrest, sophomore, guard

Kacey Gardner, Evergreen Park, senior, guard

Shamarre Hale, Crete-Monee, senior, center

Isis Rodriguez, Morgan Park Academy, senior, guard

Tanea White, Bloom, senior, guard

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Honorable Mention

Sydney Affolter, Marist, freshman, forward; Abi Baumgartner, Lincoln-Way Central, junior, forward; Ally Corcoran, Marist, senior, guard; Isis Fitch, Andrew, sophomore, center; Arianna Garry-Bell, Homewood-Flossmoor, senior, guard; Tara Hastings, Lincoln-Way West, junior, guard; Taylor Hopkins, Lockport, senior, guard; Lydia Howard, Oak Forest, senior, guard/forward; Grace Hynes, Mother McAuley, junior, guard; Halle Idowu, Richards, sophomore, forward; Kelsey Kelley, Stagg, junior, guard; Sarah Knoepfle, Lemont, senior, guard; Madelyn McGrath, Oak Lawn, junior, guard; Ashley Murphy, St. Laurence, senior, forward; Ryann Ogarek, Providence, junior, guard/forward; Ceairra Smith, Crete-Monee, senior, guard; Diamond Stallworth, Thornwood, senior, guard/forward; Natalie Stavropoulos, Sandburg, junior, guard; Kolby Underwood, Morgan Park, senior, forward; Taylor Valladay, Rich South, junior, guard.

 

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2018 IHSA Signing

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Who’s going where??

February 10, 2018

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Arizona Western: Dylan Davalos, Providence; Tauru Robertson, Homewood-Flossmoor; Isaiah Rucker, Crete-Monee. Butler: Aristotle Nakos, Mount Carmel. Central Missouri: Ryan Flournoy, Homewood-Flossmoor. Chicago: Caden Kalinowski, Providence; Ryan Quinn, St. Rita. Cincinnati: Jeremy Cooper, Mount Carmel. Concordia St. Paul: Peyton Nigro, Lincoln-Way Central. Concordia Wisconsin: Ryan Harrison, St. Laurence.

 

Cornell: Kyle Neputy, Stagg. Dayton: Danny Meehan, Marist. Drake: Declan Carr, Lincoln-Way East; Marcell Ellis, Homewood-Flossmoor; Eduardo Favela, Providence. DuPage: Raymond Clark, Hillcrest; Kam Hill, Hillcrest. Eastern Illinois: Rashawn Schandon, Eisenhower. Georgetown (D.C.): Joshua Tomas, Crete-Monee. Highland (Kan.): Angelo Smith, Homewood-Flossmoor.

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Illinois State: Jaden Hacha, Lincoln-Way East. Indiana: Tommy Greene, Marist. Indiana State: Chris Childers, St. Rita. Indianapolis: Christian Booker, St. Laurence; Toriano Clinton, St. Laurence. Iowa: Turner Pallissard, Lincoln-Way East. Iowa Central: Lamont Bishop, Hillcrest. Itasca: Conrad Kerr, Hillcrest . Kent State: Jack Halper, Providence. Lake Forest: Connor Cahill, St. Rita.

 

Lincoln: Khristian Johnson, Bloom. Loras: Kevin Flamm, St. Rita. Minnesota State Moorehead: Jermaire Ratliff, Homewood-Flossmoor. Mount Union: Evan Weygandt, Lincoln-Way West. Nebraska Kearney: Dakari Smith, Hillcrest. North Central: Cole Griffin, Andrew; Noah Wasielewski, Reavis. Northern Illinois: Jeff Griffin, Homewood-Flossmoor; Justin Hall, Homewood-Flossmoor.

 

Northern Michigan: Edward Pierson, St. Laurence. Northern State: Donte Bronson, St. Laurence. Northwest Missouri State: Matt Murphy, Lincoln-Way West. Northwoods: Jordan Acklin, Mount Carmel. Ohio Dominican: Cody Nawrot, Providence. Olivet Nazarene: Aaron Jones, St. Rita. Robert Morris: Kentrell Doumas, Hillcrest; Tyler Mays, Crete-Monee; Justin Olokun, Homewood-Flossmoor; Tommy Piekarz, Andrew; Eli Webster, Tinley Park.

 

Rockford: Dallas Brown, Crete-Monee. South Dakota State: Mike Morgan , Lincoln-Way Central. St. Ambrose: Tom Gillen, Marist; Matt Granberry, Lincoln-Way Central; Joe Greene, Marist; Tim Klotz, Providence; Aaron Krockey, Providence; Charlie Selke, St. Rita; Joe Tracy, Providence. St. Norbert: Mitchell Gray, Providence; Timmy Guest, Mount Carmel; Orrin Prater, Richards.

St. Xavier: Tim Baity, Eisenhower; Tommy Farley, Providence; Jaleel Holloway, Crete-Monee; Joey Markasovic, Providence; Steven Meyer, Providence; Khyre Mitchell, Crete-Monee. Trinity International: Isaiah Lampkins, Homewood-Flossmoor; Austin O’Connor, Andrew. Truman State: Ryan Robbins, Lincoln-Way West. Valparaiso: Anthony Lullo, Lincoln-Way West.

 

Wabash: AJ Martino, Crete-Monee; Ryan Zientara, Tinley Park. Washington (Mo.): John Christensen, Lincoln-Way East; Brendan Morrissey, Lincoln-Way East. Wayne State (Nebraska): Adam Andrews, LB, St. Laurence. Western Kentucky: Mario Wright, Homewood-Flossmoor. Winona State: Ventress Herron, Hillcrest; Jake Price, Lincoln-Way West. Wisconsin Platteville: Jordan Telez, Lincoln-Way West; Brett Widule, Lincoln-Way Central.

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Wisconsin Whitewater: Brendan Cavanaugh, St. Laurence.

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2017 IHSA Boys BBall Teams and Players to Watch

Posted on December 29, 2017. Filed under: Basketball, Boys High School Basketball, High School Basketball | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Who’s the hot team and players to watch this season?

December 2017

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1. MORGAN PARK: Phenom Nimari Burnett moved to California, but the Mustangs are still loaded. They have the state’s best senior, Ayo Dosunmu, and the best sophomore, Peoria Manual transfer Adam Miller. Tamell Pearson, a 6-9 senior, had a terrific summer and will be the primary post threat.

2. FENWICK: Sophomore DJ Steward was a sensation last season. He’s back and surrounded by a focused, talented group of seniors: AJ Nixon, Billy Bruce, 6-4 Mike O’Laughlin and Sam Daniels. Junior Damari Nixon, a 6-1 guard, had an excellent summer. Size could be an issue, but expect the Friars to mount a serious challenge for the Class 4A title.

3. BOLINGBROOK: Junior Tyler Cochran was one of the big eye-openers on the summer circuit. He’s part of an impressive guard trio including junior Joseph Yesufu and senior Kaleb Thornton. The Raiders lost a lot of size and scoring. They’ll be fast and confident but will need to find rebounding.

4. ST. RITA: The Mustangs don’t have a breakout superstar, but they have all the right pieces. Senior guard and leading scorer Jordan Matthews returns. Sophomore guard Joel Watts can play and there is plenty of size with 6-6 Jeremiah Oden, 6-8 Cam Bartman and 6-5 Landen Gladney.

5. WEST AURORA: Most everyone returns from team that lost to Bolingbrook in the sectional semifinals last season. Camron Donatlan is a four-year varsity star, 6-4 senior Jared Crutcher is underrated. Junior point guard Traevon Brown transferred in from East Aurora and will be a major contributor.

BONUS: Lincoln-Way East, Leo, Bloom, Hillcrest, Joliet Central and Joliet West.

TOP Boys Players to Watch in our Coverage Area

GUARDS
Fred Cleveland, Leo, 5-7, Jr.
Tyler Cochran, Bolingbrook, 6-2, Jr.
Eddie Creal, Romeoville, 6-3, Sr.
Camron Donatlan, West Aurora, 6-3, Sr.
Ayo Dosunmu, Morgan Park, 6-5, Sr.
Kenyon Duling, Morgan Park, 6-1, Sr.
DeAndre Heckard, Romeoville, 6-1, Sr.
Jeremiah Hernandez, St. Viator, 6-4, Jr.
Adam Miller, Morgan Park, 6-4, So.
Kaleb Thornton, Bolingbrook, 5-11, Sr.
Joseph Yesufu, Bolingbrook, 5-10, Jr.

FORWARDS
Orlando Allen, Thornton, 6-7, Sr.
Sam Shafer, Lincoln-Way East, 6-6, Sr.

CENTERS
Tamell Pearson, Morgan Park, 6-9, Sr.

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2017 Nations TOP Recruit Classes

Posted on December 29, 2017. Filed under: Basketball, NCAA Sports, Sporting News | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Who has the TOP recruiting B-Ball class?

November 2017

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And the top dog is…….

1. North Carolina: A consensus top 10 player, 6-7 Nassir Little, heads the class that features two in-state four-star guards –– Coby White and Rechon Black. Tar Heels still in the mix for heralded Zion Williamson as well.

2. Kansas: An important class isn’t finished off yet, but it’s off to a great start with five-star point guard Devon Dotson. There is size in 6-9 Silvio De Sousa and 6-9 David McCormack, a pair of top 50 recruits.

3. Michigan State: There is quality and quantity as Tom Izzo restocks the cupboard with a five-player class, including four top 100 prospects and four in-state players. The headliners are 6-9 Marcus Bingham and 6-7 Gabe Brown.

4. LSU: Rugged 6-10, 230-pound Nazreon Reid, a top 20 prospect in the country, and combo guard Ja’Vonte Smart, a local boy from Baton Rouge, heads a stellar class with three top 100 players.

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5. USC: A trio of four-star recruits all ranked in the top 100 -– 6-8 wing Taeshon Curry, 6-4 point guard Elijah Weaver and 6-5 shooting guard Kevin Porter –– gives the Trojans a second straight impressive recruiting class.

6. Maryland: Homegrown Jalen Smith, a 6-10 forward from Baltimore and top 30 prospect, is the prize of the class. Combo guard Eric Ayala and 6-6 Aaron Wiggins are both top 100 recruits.

7. Michigan: There is strength in numbers in this five-man class, including four ranked in the top 150. The Wolverines landed a top 50 forward in versatile Ignas Brazdeikis and stole 6-8 Brandon Johns out of East Lansing.

8. Duke: No class has a better 1-2 punch so far than what Coach K has secured. Cam Reddish is a 6-7 do-it-all from Pennsylvania and the No. 3 ranked player in the country. Point guard Tre Jones is a top 10 prospect. But this class could rise to the top with addition of 6-7 R.J. Barrett, the nation’s No. 1 player who will announce Friday and is said to be leaning to Duke.

9. Wake Forest: Jaylen Hoard, a 6-8 star with an I.Q. and obvious physical tools, is a top 25 prospect nationally, while 6-8 Isaiah Mucius and point guard Jamie Lewis are a pair of four-star prospects.

10. Texas: Shaka Smart has lined up a strong recruiting class for the third straight year. The four-player class includes consensus top 50 prospects in 6-9 Kamaka Hepa and 6-6 wing Gerald Liddell.

 

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2017 IHSA Early Signing

Posted on December 29, 2017. Filed under: Football, NCAA Sports, Sports Business | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

It’s early signing time…. who’s ready?

December 2017

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Local players in OUR coverage area expected to sign during the early signing period.

Army
Brandon Walters, Bolingbrook, DB

Brown
Drew Clippert, Aurora Christian, QB

Cincinnati
Jeremy Cooper, Mount Carmel, OL

Cornell
Devan Cross, Aurora Christian, WR
Delonte Harrell, Marist, DB
Kyle Neputy, Stagg, QB

Dartmouth
Luca DiLeo, St. Ignatius, DL

Illinois State
Austin Nagel, Lemont, WR

Indiana
TJ Ivy, Marist, WR
Gavin McCabe, Marist, DL
Nick Marozas, Brother Rice, OL

Indiana State
Chris Childers, St. Rita, RB
Giavion Mason, McNamara, WR/S

Iowa State
Isaiah Lee, Nazareth, DL

Minnesota
Mariano Sori-Marin, Providence, LB
Elijah Teague, Marist, DL

Northern Illinois
Joseph Bonds, De La Salle, LB
Mike DeHaan, Andrew, DE
Jeffrey Griffin, Homewood-Flossmoor, DT
Justin Hall, Homewood-Flossmoor, RB
Jyran Mitchell, Rich Central, WR
Queneil Morrison, Phillips, DE
John Richardson, Brother Rice, K

Northwestern
Devin O’Rourke, Lincoln-Way East, DE

Purdue
Byron Perkins, De La Salle, DB

Western Illinois
Deshon Gavin, Providence, DB

Western Kentucky
Mario Wright, Homewood-Flossmoor, LB

Western Michigan
Matthew Stuckey, Rich Central, LB

Wyoming
Camron Donatlan, West Aurora, WR

 

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Congratulations young men on making a very important decision for you and your families…. we look forward to seeing you all on the sidelines Fall 2018!

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2017 IHSA Football Week 5 Recap

Posted on September 23, 2017. Filed under: Football, Sports Business | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

IHSA Week 5 Recap…

September 23, 2017

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It’s time to separate… time for homecoming… and time for conference play… It is unseasonable warm here in Illinois… most Friday night lights kick off were around 82 degrees… Whew!

Here’s our recap for conference play in our coverage area:

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Saturday, September 23

Crete-Monee 48, Rich East 12

Crete-Monee knocks off conference foe Rich East 48-12

Rich East (1-4, 0-1) took an early 6-0 lead on a well-orchestrated seven-play, 83-yard drive, which concluded with Malik Ecford (3 of 9 passes for 90 yards) hit Robert Sanner on an 11-yard pass for the score at 7:17 of the first quarter. But, that was about it for the Rockets.

Isaiah Rucker and the offense took over. Rucker then demonstrated his QB talents on the afternoon in the victory by completing 14 of 16 passes for 337 yards and four touchdowns.

“There’s nothing wrong with short passes,” Rucker said with a smile. “I get a little itchy to throw it long. But we’re winning and that’s all that matters.”

On the ground, Da’Tuan Carter got into the endzone on two different occasions, runs of 23 and 3 yards. He finished the game with 71 yards on six carries.

Warriors’ defense held Rich East to 247 yards.

“I’m happy we won,” Crete-Monee coach John Konecki said. “We can play better. We have a lot of guys who can touch the ball and take it to the rack.”

Up next will be a first-place showdown Friday night between the Warriors and Rich Central (4-1, 2-0) in Olympia Fields. Get your popcorn ready….

Friday, September 22

Hillcrest soar over Titans

In front of a jammed packed crowd, Hillcrest defended their homecoming quest defending South Suburban Blue Tinley Park, 33 – 7.  The humid conditions didn’t really play a role whatsoever in this game. Both teams came out with lots of energy which included three back-to-back penalties on the Hawks D for off-sides.

Once the nerves calmed, the Hawks attacked. Hawks score first and never looked back.

QB Rocky Griffin finished the game with two touchdown passes both to Nick Lindley. On the ground, Andre Smith scored twice from 5  and 30 yards, along with Dakari Smith, who also scored on a strong two-yard blast right before the half.

The visiting Titans (2-3, 1-2) got on the board with a 8yd pass from senior Ryan Zientara to 5’9″ David Morgan.

This was solid victory for Hillcrest (4-1, 2-1) as they begin to set the tone for the conference play.

 

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St. Rita delivered a fantastic victory Friday night against Mount Carmel, 38-21, their cross-town rival and Catholic League foe behind the play of senior Chris Childers.

Childers made a one-handed catch on a pass from Jake Zylman. He took the ball 17 yards to the Caravan 1. Three plays later, David Gleaves ran it in for a score, sending the Mustangs on their way to victory.

Childers finished with 90 yards rushing and added a 24-yard touchdown reception for St. Rita (4-1, 1-1).

“The O-line does great, I just need to make better reads on my runs,” he said. “I need to be a little more patient.”

A couple bright spots for the Caravan was Alek Thomas, who rushed for 104 yards and Kyle Davis scored on an 84-yard run for Mount Carmel (3-2, 0-2).


Providence 22, Brother Rice 16
Providence (3-2, 2-0): Caden Kalinowski winning TD pass to Jerell Wright with 1:48 remaining. Rice (1-4, 0-1): JayShon Means 60-yard punt return TD.

De La Salle 42, St. Francis 0
De La Salle (4-0, 1-0): Rob Simental 7 of 8, 215 yards, 4 TDs. Mike Coates 2 TD receptions.

Joliet Catholic 21, Marian Central 13
JCA (2-3, 1-2): Aidan Tyrell 2 TD runs.

Marist 63, Marian Catholic 6
Marist (5-0, 3-0): Delonte Harrell 4 TD runs. Mike Markett 3 TD passes. Marian (0-5, 0-3): Jordan Rogers 80-yard TD run.

Bremen 52, T.F. North 12
Bremen (3-2, 1-1): Rashea Smith 187 yards rushing, 3 TDs.

Oak Lawn 27, Argo 6
Oak Lawn (3-2, 1-1): Nick Puente 224 yards rushing, 2 TDs.

Shepard 42, Evergreen Park 0
Shepard (4-1, 2-1): Marquel Porter 177 yards passing, 4 TDs; 7-yard TD run.

Andrew 17, Lockport 14
Andrew (3-2, 2-2): Jack Condon 6-yard TD run. Ahmad Elsholi 5-yard TD run. Lockport (1-4, 0-3): Jake Karli 12-yard TD pass to Austin Hoffman.

Homewood-Flossmoor 28, Lincoln-Way West 9
H-F (5-0, 3-0): Justin Hall 54-yard TD reception, 5-yard TD run.

Sandburg 21, Thornton 15
Sandburg (2-3, 1-2): Nicky Shelton 2 TD receptions.

St. Laurence 56, Hope Academy 0
St. Laurence (3-2): Tori Clinton 188 yards rushing, 4 TDs.

Bishop McNamara 27, Leo 6: Darryl Ousley’s 16-yard scoring strike to Jonathan Randle aided Leo (1-4).

Bloom 40, Rich South 6: Quarterback Juan Green accounted for four TDs, one on an interception return, to pace Bloom (3-2, 1-1 Southland).

Eisenhower 23, Oak Forest 16: Tim Baity ran for 190 yards two TDs for Eisenhower (5-0).

Richards 55, Reavis 7: Derek Flowers had seven carries for 138 yards and three TDs to guide Richards (3-2, 2-0 SSC Red).

Stagg 55, Thornridge 30: Greg Hoard piled up 243 yards rushing and two TDs for Stagg (4-1, 2-1 SWSC).

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2017 IHSA Week 4 Recap

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IHSA Week 4 Recap…

September 15, 2017

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It’s time for conference play for many… time for many to snag a BIG win in the conference, in order to set the pace, and let others know they are serious. While a few, have out-of-conference contest, to defend their school name and pride. Here’s our recap for conference play in our coverage area:

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Saturday, September 9
Rich South at Rich Central  

Thornton 56, Rich East 40

Mount Carmel 49, DePaul Prep 0
Ben Lenti contributed two TD runs for Mount Carmel (3-1).

Shepard 28, Reavis 10
This was the first win for Shepard (3-1, 1-1) over the Rams (2-2, 1-1) since 2012. Marquel Porter threw for 238 yards and two touchdowns; Chris Harrison had four catches for 114 yards.

St. Patrick 31, Marian Catholic 13
Marian (0-4, 0-2): Carlos Jones 12 carries, 127 yards, 3-yard TD run.

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Friday, September 15
Homewood-Flossmoor 48, Bolingbrook 20
Justin Hall, NIU-recruit, goes for 332 yards, 4 TDs as H-F downs Bolingbrook to lead host H-F to a 48-20 SouthWest Suburban victory before a jammed-packed crowd for homecoming. He carried the ball 19 times for 171 yards and three TDs for H-F (4-0, 2-0). He also had six catches for 161 yards and a TD.

“I’m naturally good at running back,” Hall said. “I had to wait for my turn the last two years. Senior year, I’m going to show I can play running back at any level.”

With all of that being said, believe it or not, the visiting Raiders came to play as they jumped out to a 20-13 lead at halftime, but second half adjustments were shown, with the Vikings (4-0, 2-0) putting up 35 points in the third quarter.

In the end, Vikings coach Craig Buzea referred to Hall as the “best football player in the state.”

“There may be better running backs and there may be better defensive backs, but there isn’t a better football player,” Buzea said. “His versatility is something I’ve never seen before.”

Notre Dame 34, Joliet Catholic 0

Marist 42, Marian Central 20
Marist (4-0, 2-0): Mike Markett 2 TD passes to Jadon Thompson. Charlie Laurencell 50-yard INT return for TD.

Hillcrest 21, T.F. South 0
Hillcrest (3-1, 1-1): Rocky Griffin 11-yard TD run, 18-yard TD pass to Jaylen Burns.

Tinley Park 62, T.F. North 26
Tinley (2-2, 1-1): Eli Webster 79-yard TD run.

Eisenhower 34, Oak Lawn 7
Eisenhower (4-0, 2-0): Tim Baity 154 yards rushing, 2 TDs.

Andrew 28, Bradley-Bourbonnais 25
Andrew (2-2, 1-2): Jack Condon 2 TD runs, including winner with 3:25 left. Cole Griffin 2 TD runs (72, 56 yards).

Lincoln-Way West 49, Thornridge 8
L-Way West (3-1, 2-1): Anthony Senerchia 15 of 24, 138 yards, 3 TDs. Alex Croft 2 TD receptions.

Stagg 36, Thornwood 18
Stagg (3-1, 1-1): Greg Hoard 3 TD runs (19, 37, 4).

Providence 35, St. Ignatius 6
Providence (2-2): Caden Kalinowski 2 TD passes, TD run. DeShon Gavin TD run, TD reception.

Lincoln-Way Central 42, Lockport 0
L-Way Central (4-0, 3-0): Justin Ellis TD runs of 15, 20 yards. Sam Pipiras 2 TD passes.

Montini 29, Brother Rice 28
Brother Rice (1-3): John Bean 2 TD runs, TD pass.

Lincoln-Way East 46, Sandburg 7

Crete-Monee 71, Bloom 0

Fenwick 28, Leo 0

St. Rita 24, St. Laurence 19

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2017 IHSA Week 3 Recap

Posted on September 8, 2017. Filed under: Football, Sporting News | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

IHSA Week 3 Recap…

September 9, 2017

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The previous two weeks have been very compelling (Week one, Week two) and we hope Week 3 will kick off conference place with lots more glory….  here’s our recap for conference play in our coverage area:

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Thursday, September 7

Bloom 28, Collins 0 
Bloom (2-1): Juan Green 2-yard TD run, 66-yard TD pass to Zion Alexander.

Curie 42, Morgan Park 18
Morgan Park (1-2): Benjamin Little 1-yard TD run. Alex Perkins 63-yard fumble return TD.

Friday, September 8

Rich Central 60, Kaneland 20
Junior Sean Tyler saw “open field and opportunity” as Rich Central defeated Kaneland 60-20. Tyler finished the contest with 4 touchdowns including two long-runs. He reminded everyone of his winning track and field ability, team won State in the 4 x 100 and 4 x 200, in this game.


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The visiting Knights (1-2) got on the board first on a short pass from Jack Douglas to Alex Moses at the 8:35 minute mark in the first quarter. On the kickoff, Tyler received the ball and darted down the field for 85-yards. Extra point failed, making the score 7-6.

The Knights scored again on the next possession with a short run by Jonathan Alstott taking the lead for the final time, as on the very next kickoff to the Olympians, junior Zachery Roebuck, caught the kickoff and return it to the endzone from 80 yards out. They tied the score at 14 on a successful 2-point conversion. Rich Central (2-1)  never looked back as on a few plays later, senior Derrick Maxwell Jr., jumped in front of a quick screen pass and returned it to the endzone. The score now was 20-14 and we were still in the first quarter and the Olympians offense hasn’t ran a single play. There first offensive play came early in the second quarter.

Later in the second, senior quarterback, Jyran Mitchell, put together the offenses first score on a well-managed drive that concluded with a 14-yard pass to Dionlashen Washington.

After intermission, the Olympians picked up where they left off and NIU-recruit Mitchell connected with Jason Johnson from 25 yards out then he showed his speed as he kept the ball and ran through the defense for a 67-yard score. On their next three possessions, it was Mr. Tyler who scored from 48 yards, 7 yards, and a video-game style run from 68.

The Knights did score on more time on a kickoff to Max Gagne.

Up next for Rich Central will be cross-town rival Rich South.

“The kids worked hard (this week),” coach Terrell Alexander shared after the game. “Next week we have work even harder as they (Rich South) is a varsity football team too.”

Richards 27, Shepard 21
Derek Flowers put on a show Friday night in the win against Shepard 27-21, a South Suburban Red contest. He finished the game with over 200 yards on the ground and four scores.

“Derek is one tough player,” Richards coach Tony Sheehan said. “We’re going to run with him. We’ve got to get down and dirty.”

Shepard was without head coach Dominic Passolano, who according to Porter, notified the staff he had a family emergency. That wasn’t the only loss the Astros suffered.

It was being reported via social media that the game became “very chippy” and two players from each team ejected.

Providence 28, St. Rita 21
Providence cools St. Rita off with a 28-21 victory in the Catholic Blue even though they let a 13-point lead slip away in the second half, but rallied to regain the lead for good on Caden Kalinowski’s 27-yard touchdown pass to De’Shon Gavin with 1:00 left in the game.

The Celtics collected over 300 yards on the ground including Gavin finishing with 114 yards on 18 carries and Magurany added 91 yards on 15 attempts.

“Jake with the power and De’Shon with the speed, that’s what we wanted to build our offense on,” Providence coach Mark Coglianese said. “The first two weeks (in losses to East St. Louis and Vianney, Mo.) we couldn’t quite get untracked. We were a little bit overmatched.”

Lemont 14, Hillcrest 7
Overtime was needed for Lemont to defeat Hillcrest 14-7 in a BIG South Suburban Blue contest.

The winning pass came from senior quarterback Mark Mathias to Matt Slee. It was a a floater to the right side of the end zone on the first play of OT.

“Oh, my gosh, that was the best feeling in the world,” Mathias said. “When he caught that ball, oh, it was the best thing ever.”

St. Laurence 27, Bishop McNamara 7
St. Laurence (2-1, 1-0): Tori Clinton TD runs of 2, 22 yards.

St. Patrick 30, Joliet Catholic 29
JCA (1-2, 0-1): Ke’Von Johnson, Aidan Tyrell 2 TD runs each.

T.F. South 49, T.F. North 6
T.F. South (3-0, 1-0): Johnt’e Crawford 3 TDs. Cameron Clayton 65-yard TD pass to Anthony Lewis.

Homewood-Flossmoor 48, Stagg 0
H-F (3-0, 1-0): Justin Hall 3 TD runs. Ryan Flournoy 2 TD receptions (40, 21 yards).

Moline 47, Rich South 20
St. Ignatius 48, DePaul 0
Oak Forest 35, Tinley Park 28
Eisenhower 44, Evergreen Park 14
Lincoln-Way East 42, Andrew 2
Thornton 7, Lockport 6
Lincoln-Way West 35, Bradley 28
Bolingbrook 52, Sandburg 7
St. Viator 51, Marian 14

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Saturday, September 9

CATHOLIC BLUE
Mount Carmel at Loyola

NON-CONFERENCE
De La Salle at Benton Harbor (MI)

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2017 ASNN365 September Newsletter

Posted on September 6, 2017. Filed under: Basketball, Football, NCAA Sports, Sporting News, Sports Business | Tags: , , , , , , , , |

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September 2017

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This is also our “social media” edition to protect you on various topics and trends taking place nowadays.

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Ever wonder how did the national anthem become a hallmark of sporting events and when did athletes start using it as an opportunity for protest? Click to read about it.

SOCIAL MEDIA EDITION

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Even Colleges use “catfish” style tactics ~click here

Laremy Tunsil’s social media tomfoolery a reminder of the hefty price prospects can pay

NOTE: To all HS players on my TL, if ur tweeting profanity/inappropriate language (this includes retweets) ur not getting an offer from us.

Student-athletes need to pay attention to their social media footprints

NCAA outlaws a very specific type of subtweeting in recruiting

SOCIAL MEDIA: You may be trying to impress ur friends w/tweets but turning off college coaches who have power to offer u scholarships

 

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 REVISIT STORY: Donnovan Hill, the California teenager who was paralyzed playing football, story led to increased safety protections for young players after he sued a youth league

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 ICYMI: Atlanta-area high school features biggest video board in HS football….

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#NCAABOUND Understanding the Recruiting Process

#NCAABound – HS #FRESHMEN – How to Prepare to Be Recruited RT HS Freshmen – How to be prepared to be recruited

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 NEW RULES for 2016 College Football Season

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2017 IHSA Football Rankings

Posted on September 5, 2017. Filed under: Football, Sporting News | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Who’s the top team in our coverage area?

December 2017

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Here are our FINAL 2017 rankings in our coverage area…

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(records and previous rankings)

1. Lincoln-Way East 12-0 (1)

2. Loyola 12-1 (2)

3. Marist 11-1 (4)

4. Providence 8-5 (5)

5. Homewood-Flossmoor 9-2 (7)

6. Mount Carmel 9-4 (8)

7. Lemont 10-2 (9)

8. Nazareth Academy 12-2 (12)

9. Lincoln-Way Central 10-2 (10)

10. St. Ignatius 10-4 (11)

11. Benet 9-4

12. St. Lawrence 8-4

13. St. Rita 9-3

14. Hillcrest 9-3

15. Bolingbrook 7-3

16. Richards 7-3

17. Shepards 8-2

18. Crete-Monee 8-2

19. Rich Central 8-3

20. Lincoln-Way West 9-3

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