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 By Mark Gregory    Sports

Romeoville is looking to fix its problems and get better while head coach on medical leave

This season, Romeoville has been without its head coach and its offense. The Spartans (0-3) have been outscored 138-10 on the season, most recently 42-0 at Plainfield North last wee... — Updated 10/17/2019

 By Mark Gregory    Sports

Coaching pedigree

After completing her internship at Argo High School at the end of last school year, Kristen Shimko was looking for a job. She went into Morton College in Cicero looking for a... — Updated 10/8/2019

 By Mark Gregory    Sports

Family Business

For 25 years, George Shimko has been teaching basketball – and for most of that time his family looked on. Now, they are following in his footsteps. Through his George Shimko... — Updated 10/8/2019


South nips North All-Stars in close contest

The purpose of an all-star game is to have fun. There was no doubt that the players on the court during the Voyager Media Boys Basketball All-Star Shootout, on Sunday, March 18 at the University of St. Francis in Joliet, had fun. B... — Updated 10/7/2019


North team sets girls' scoring mark

As the only senior starter for the Benet Academy girl basketball team, Tsimba Malonga knew she was capable of scoring. But after suffering a hyperextended knee and missing a few weeks in the middle of the season, she didn’t... — Updated 10/7/2019

 By Mark Gregory    Sports

Tyler Lancaster has been through a lot to get to where he is, and he knows what he has to do

For anyone who plays college football, their ultimate dream is to hear their name called at the NFL Draft as one of the more than 250 selections by one of the 32 teams of the National Football League. That was the dream of... — Updated 10/7/2019

 By Drake Skleba    Sports

East battles, falls to Minooka

In 2013 and 2014, under head coach Mike Romeli, the Bengals of Plainfield East High School made consecutive trips to the IHSA Class 7A playoffs. Since that 2014 Class 7A Playoff loss to St. Rita, the Bengals have won just 10... — Updated 10/2/2019

 By Mark Gregory    Sports

Tigers take care of Romeoville

First-year Plainfield North football coach Anthony Imbordino is on a three-week run of facing his former teams. And if they all goes as the first one did, the Tigers will be happy.... — Updated 10/2/2019

 By Mark Gregory    Sports

Brown replaces Berry as North soccer coach

After fours years as head boys soccer coach at Plainfield North, Steve Berry is out. According to North Athletics Director Ron Lear, Berry "resigned for personal reasons" last... — Updated 10/2/2019

 By Ryan Ostry    Sports

Plainfield East looking for its identity to get record above the .500 mark

Bolingbrook and Plainfield East soccer are on two different tracks. For the Bengals, a sub .500 record so far in the early season has coach Cosimo Patano searching for answers.... — Updated 10/2/2019


Plainfield Harvest 5K Run/Walk this Sunday

The Plainfield Harvest 5K run/walk is scheduled for Sunday, September 29th, 2019. Due to construction around the Village Green, this year's event will have a new route and... — Updated 10/2/2019


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