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Special to the TribuneEdwardsville knew Lake Park had the momentum. It's just that the Tigers weren't about to let the Lancers hold it. Lake Park wrested the lead from Edwardsville in the morning session of the IHSA state bowling championships, only to have Edwardsville grab...
Tags: Jim Miller, Sports
Tribune staff reporterAfter his spring-training earned-run average soared to 11.20 a couple of weeks ago, Ryan Dempster jokingly challenged anyone to find a baseball card of his with any spring statistics on the back. But after Dempster was knocked out in the fourth inning of...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs are constantly reminded about their woeful history, a fact Arizona's Luis Gonzalez knows about firsthand. The former Cubs outfielder said he empathizes with his Cubs counterparts, knowing they'll have to hear about the franchise's record of...
Boys basketball Ollie Bailey, Farragut Collected 14 points and 8 rebounds in a 43-41 title-game victory over Simeon and earned tournament MVP honors as the Admirals won the Chicago Public Schools Holiday Invitational Showcase. Girls basketball Julia...
Tags: Modern Pentathlon, Sports, Public Schools, Swimming, Basketball
Saturday, Jan. 25 results BOYS BASKETBALL Big Northern West Byron 67, Stillman Valley 60 East Suburban Catholic Notre Dame 53, Nazareth 41 St. Viator 52, Carmel 38 North Suburban Prairie Grant 70, Vernon Hills 26 Private School South Wheaton Academy 55,...
Saturday, March 13 TOURNAMENTS BORON Round-Robin Boron 10, Apple Valley Christian 0 Victor Valley Christian 12, Apple Valley Christian 1 CARSON CITY (NEV.) CARSON Round-Robin Bishop 6, South Lake Tahoe South Tahoe 2 Dayton (Nev.) 7, Bishop 2...
Tribune staff reporterDamaso Marte put on quite a show Tuesday. And it came hours before the game's first pitch. The left-handed White Sox reliever moon-walked to Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean," drawing high-fives from teammates D'Angelo Jimenez and Miguel Olivo. Third-base...
Tribune staff reporterTwo decisions, one by Cubs manager Dusty Baker that worked and one by Arizona manager Bob Brenly that didn't, were key factors in the Cubs' 2-1 rain-delayed victory on Sunday. Baker trusted his offense rather than pinch-hit for starter Matt Clement...
Tribune staff reporterIn his first year as Cubs manager, Dusty Baker's club never was swept in a three-game series, something the franchise hadn't achieved in any season since 1937. "No sense to start now," manager Dusty Baker said Tuesday night at Bank One Ballpark. "We ain'...
Source: Illinois High School AssociationState final results At St. Clair Bowl, O'Fallon TEAM STANDINGS 1, Rockford Jefferson, 13,064. 2, Freeport, 12,987. 3, Collinsville, 12,667. 4, Oak Lawn Community, 12,665. 5, Alton, 12,664. 6, Edwardsville, 12,656. 7, Columbia, 9,384. 8, Lockport, 9,...
Associated PressByung-Hyun Kim struck out Sammy Sosa with runners on second and third to end the game, and the Arizona Diamondbacks beat the Cubs 3-2 Friday night. Rather than intentionally walk the dangerous Sosa, the Diamondbacks decided to pitch to him because of...
Sun StaffSAN FRANCISCO - When Mark McGwire hit 70 home runs to shatter Roger Maris' 37-year-old single-season record in 1998, it was the stuff of baseball legend. When Barry Bonds came to the plate in the first inning of last night's game against the Los...
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