The latest on youth sports, high school as well college and the pros.
Kevin Sefcik brings college and professional experience as player and coach to the table, including stints with Phillies and Rockies.
The camps will be held on Sunday, June 29 and Sunday, July 27.
Congratulate the girls and wish them luck this weekend!
Patriot Boxing and Fitness of Mokena needs at least 500 people to join in their boxing class, in an effort to make the Guinness Book of World Records—and support two causes.
Find out who won and get a peek at scenes from the event.
Denise Bromberek is currently ranked 5th in the IHSA for all-time in coaching victories, and is the fastest coach to reach 300 victories in the history of the state.
Pace is hoping to help pack Soldier Field for Saturday's outdoor game.
The Sandburg grad and Palos Heights native is now a silver medalist, after Team USA women's hockey fell to Team Canada in a heartbreaking overtime loss.
Kendall Coyne, 21, and her Olympic teammates crushed Team Sweden Monday morning, and will move on to the gold medal round.
The 2014 Olympics kick off Thursday in Sochi, Russia. There are several local athletes who will represent the Chicago area during this year’s winter Olympics.
Wish good luck to your Marist High School cheerleaders, who compete in the preliminary round of IHSA state finals Friday, Jan. 7.
The Shepard cheerleaders will perform in the preliminary round of IHSA state finals Friday.
Golfers are invited to escape the cold and daydream about days on the links.
Follow Coyne as she vies for success with the U.S. Olympic Women's Ice Hockey Team at the Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.
McAuley athletes will play water polo, softball and run track in college.
The former volleyball star just missed a spot on the U.S. Olympic team.
The Chicago White Sox slugger made it into the Baseball Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility, something players with better stats but who are tainted by accusations of steroid use h
The 21-year-old hockey player will take the ice in Sochi, Russia as part of Team USA.
Nic Weishar, a Notre Dame-bound tight end, will be representing the Red Hawks in front of a national television audience.
The Marist senior is the first female golfer in the school's history to play for a college program.