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The Beverly Review is checking in on seniors to-be from the Class of 2021 with questions ranging from sports to pop culture to favorite movies and TV shows and anything and everything in between.

As goes the quarterback position with Mitch Trubisky and Nick Foles, so goes the Chicago Bears in the 2020 season according to readers of The Beverly Review!

Gabi Hernandez has been on the Mother McAuley varsity golf team since her freshman season, and she’s grown up with the program over the last three-plus years

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A fall without college football on Saturdays will no doubt take some getting used to for sports fans.

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Dan Coakley, a 13-year-old eighth-grader at St. Barnabas Elementary School, enjoyed success while fishing on Sept. 1, landing a five-pound largemouth bass in a pond near the Fountain Hills Golf Club. Coakley’s friend, Jack Elenteny, then captured the young angler for posterity. (photo courte…

The Chicago Bears season opener is just days away with the Bears set to travel to Detroit to take on the Lions this Sunday at noon. After a disappointing 2019 season, what’s in store for the Monsters of the Midway this year?

Ever since the Chicago Bears acquired quarterback Nick Foles in a trade from the Jacksonville Jaguars in late March, the question has raged for Bears fans: who will lead the Bears to a big turnaround this season, Mitch Trubisky or Nick Foles?

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Playing for the Kennedy Park Sunday 16-inch League on Aug. 2, The Grit won the team title, completing an abbreviated but still undefeated season. The team includes Mike McDevitt, Tuck Gill, Josh Niego, Ryan Banky, Ryan O’Malley, Jack Owens, Coach John Owens, Nick Sarhage, Liam Kelly, Timmy M…

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Playing in the Southside Fight for Diabetes Tournament in Garfield Ridge, Ridge Beverly 9U defeated the Oak Forest Blue Demons 8-5 on Aug. 2 to win the championship. The tournament is held annually to raise money and awareness for diabetes. The 9U roster includes Seamus Lacy, A.J. Ansier, Fr…

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The 11U Southside Brewers defeated the Oak Forest Blue Demons 9-5 on Aug. 2 to clinch the championship of the Southside Fight for Diabetes Tournament in Garfield Ridge. Featuring a mix of athletes from Kennedy Park and Ridge Beverly Little League, the Brewers roster features players from St.…

The upcoming college football season has dominated the sports landscape in recent weeks as various leagues and conferences make the call on whether to play or postpone, potentially to the spring.

From youth basketball to the club/AAU circuit, from high school to Division-I hoops, the Burrell brothers have shown time and time again that they belong.

Through three-plus weeks of the shortened season, the Chicago White Sox have been up and down, taking a 10-9 record into this weekend’s series with the St. Louis Cardinals. Sox Manager Rick Renteria has taken his fair share of criticism from fans, especially for his lineup construction.

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Wrapping up its summer schedule, the Ridge Beverly Celtics Chicago 12U team defeated the Top Tier Americans 3-2 on Aug. 2 at the Southside Fights Diabetes Tournament in Clear Ridge. Will Walsh, Danny Killeen and Patrick Breakey had an RBI apiece for the Celtics, and Steven Winkler, Walsh and…

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Kansas City Royals pitching prospect Ben Hernandez stopped by his alma mater, De La Salle Institute, on Aug. 6, and he was honored with a small ceremony organized by the school’s administration and coaching staff, including Principal Tom Schergen (left). Hernandez was drafted by the Royals i…

People who have been watching baseball the last couple weeks have no doubt noticed some rule changes for the tweaked 60-game schedule. Readers of The Beverly Review are especially liking one major rule change that typically divides fans of the American League and the National League. So, whi…

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After sports fans across the state anxiously waited for weeks, the Illinois High School Association (IHSA) announced on July 29 its plan to significantly rearrange the 2020-21 athletic season.

Like so many football fans, St. Xavier University (SXU) Coach Mike Feminis has followed the news closely in recent weeks.

With the Illinois High School Association (IHSA) announcing its plans for the 2020-21 athletic calendar, countless teams in the fall, winter and spring seasons saw their schedules change in a flash.

On July 29, the Illinois High School Association (IHSA) announced sweeping changes to the athletic calendar for the 2020-21 seasons. The biggest change has three seasons turned into four, and football, girls volleyball and boys soccer will be moved to the spring.

The seventh annual Kevin F. Kennelly (KFK) Memorial Scholarship Fund “Nelly Open” golf outing is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 10, at The Meadows Golf Club in Blue Island. More information about registration for the outing can be found online at kfkennellyscholarship.org/golfouting. Due to th…