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03/17/14 Wallace finishing standout college hockey career with flair
By John Leusch - Kelly Wallace, a forward for Northeastern's women's hockey team in Boston, is wrapping up her career in style. The native of Libertyville has been selected to the Hockey East second team of all stars. Wallace, the leading scorer for... FULL STORY
03/10/14 Wheeling's McClellan making it happen in PBL
By John Leusch - From preps, to college, to pros. Chris McClennan, the former Wheeling and Lewis University standout, has played at all three levels. And he is still succeeding. McClennan has had seven straight double-figures games for Bloomington in the Premier... FULL STORY
03/10/14 Lakes' Androus nets all-league acclaim at Luther
By John Leusch - Lakes High School's fans saw plenty of shots fall through the hoop by former standout John Androus, the school's all-time scoring leader.Androus left Luther fans with those same memories. FULL STORY
03/08/14 Title game appearance puts Meadows in an MSL class of its own
By John Leusch - Rolling Meadows' seniors capped one of the area's most improbable turnarounds on Saturday night at Illinois State's Redbird Arena. Despite their 60-44 loss to Whitney Young in the Class 4A championship game, the Mustangs became... FULL STORY
03/07/14 Rolling Meadows eager for Young rematch
By John Leusch - Rolling Meadows will not be getting a rematch of last year's Class 4A girls basketball championship game when it fell by 1 point in the final second to Marian Catholic. Instead, the Mustangs will have a rematch of their Dec. 7 nonconference game... FULL STORY
03/06/14 Energetic Kemph completes relentless run
By John Leusch - Rolling Meadows girls basketball coach Ryan Kirkorsky has often said he's run out of words to describe the talents of Jackie Kemph. But one thing he and assistant Nick Nichols know is that Kemph will never run out of energy. FULL STORY
03/06/14 Well-rounded Meadows players measure up
By John Leusch - While they have proved to be one of the top girls basketball teams in the state, Rolling Meadows also has to be one of the top teams in the classroom. The Mustangs sported a 4.59 GPA average (5.0 scale) and 4.98 weighted average for the first... FULL STORY
03/06/14 Rolling Meadows repeats downstate march
By John Leusch - For the fifth time since 2008, the Mid-Suburban League East will be represented in the final four of the Class 4A girls basketball state finals at Illinois State's Redbird Arena. Rolling Meadows, led by second-year coach Ryan Kirkorsky, has... FULL STORY
03/06/14 Girls basketball: All-area team, Northwest
By John Leusch - Introducing the Daily Herald's Northwest all-area girls basketball team. FULL STORY
03/04/14 Meadows' Glasgow cleared for state tournament participation
By John Leusch - Less than 24 hours after suffering a game-ending broken nose midway through the second quarter on Monday night, Alexis Glasgow was in the Rolling Meadows gymnasium practicing with her teammates on Tuesday afternoon. Glasgow awoke prior to 6 a.m. for... FULL STORY
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