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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.

If the White Sox and Cubs are poised to have a big season with games scheduled to begin in late July, which players need to have a huge 60-game campaign? Through Twitter polls, readers of The Beverly Review cast 309 votes.

As Nnanna Egwu, a 2011 St. Ignatius College Prep grad, neared graduation from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in 2015, he had a plan for his future.

Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced this week that professional sports stadiums could allow attendance of 20-percent capacity when sports return this summer and into the fall. Would you feel comfortable going to a Bears, Blackhawks, Bulls, Cubs, Fire, Red Stars or White Sox game?

A last-minute addition to the NOLA Gold club roster for last summer’s Rugby Town 7s, Andrew Guerra knew nothing was guaranteed.

Over the course of a long season, the allure of the ice arena sometimes wore off for Patrick Doyle given the crack-of-dawn practices and grueling workouts.

Who would win a World Series showdown between the 2005 White Sox and the 2016 Cubs? Via polls on Facebook and Twitter, readers of The Beverly Review let their opinions be heard with 623 total votes counted!

With all of the uncertainties surrounding COVID-19, The Beverly Review has remained a strong source for community news and sports.

After spring sports were canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Illinois High School Association (IHSA) announced on June 5 its first steps toward athletic teams getting back on the field.

Continuing his academic-athletic career, Josh St. Preux will enroll at Eastern Illinois University this fall to pursue a sports management degree.

With the COVID-19 pandemic still prevalent and statewide restrictions prohibiting public gatherings of more than 10 people, several organizations across the South Side have opted to play it safe and cancel their events for this summer.

The Beverly Review reached out to local high schools to get the thoughts of the senior student-athletes who saw their senior seasons come to a heartbreaking end when the Illinois High School Association canceled all spring state tournaments. The Beverly Review will feature other seniors’ wri…

Willie Shaw had every intention of playing out the recruitment process through the spring and into the summer.

The Beverly Review reached out to some notable names in the local basketball community for their thoughts on ESPN’s “The Last Dance,” the 10-part docuseries about Michael Jordan’s career with the Chicago Bulls.

Morgan Flynn’s high school basketball career came to an end in late February as the Marist girls basketball team lost a heartbreaker to Homewood-Flossmoor in their sectional championship.

In 12 standout seasons coaching at Morgan Park High School (MPHS), Nick Irvin turned its boys basketball program into one of the state’s best.

Unable to host a National Signing Day ceremony in person, Marist High School announced that 27 seniors had committed on May 5 to continue their academic-athletic careers at the next level. The list includes soccer players Ethan Fit, John Kennedy and Mt. Greenwood’s Aidan Gleeson committing t…

Like sports fans around the world on Sunday nights recently, former Morgan Park resident Nicholi Wozniak has made ESPN’s “The Last Dance” appointment television.

The Mother McAuley water polo team honored its three seniors, Brigid Barkmeier, Morgan Riordan and Aubrey Doyle, with a parade to each of the seniors’ homes. Coach Nancy O’Brien-Kane crowned each senior “Queen of the Mighty Macs.” Barkmeier (Oak Lawn) will attend the Air Force Academy. Riord…

We’re all missing baseball right now, so what better way to pass some time than baseball movies? We asked readers of The Beverly Review to e-mail the staff with their favorite flicks from America’s pastime. Here’s what they’ve been watching.