A year ago as a sophomore, Br. Rice junior forward Nick Harrell experienced the rivalry and excitement of the Battle of Pulaski.
A standout quarterback for the St. Laurence football team, after graduation, senior Darius Wilson will enroll at the United States Military Academy at West Point on a football scholarship.
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Marist senior football players recently signed their National Letters of Intent in a ceremony at the school on Feb. 3. They included defensive end Seamus Kelly (pictured), who will continue his academic-athletic career at the University of Chicago. Kelly is a Morgan Park resident and St. Caj…
The Chicago Cubs recently signed Jake Arrieta, a former Cy Young Award winner and member of the 2016 World Series team, to a one-year, $6-million deal. Arrieta spent the last three seasons with the Philadelphia Phillies, going 22-23 with a 4.36 ERA.
In front of a small crowd of Mother McAuley parents and McAuley and Marist sophomore teams, the RedHawks defeat the Mighty Macs behind a big day from senior star Sydney Affolter.
St. Rita High School senior football players, Kyle James and Frank Schmitt, recently signed their National Letters of Intent in a ceremony at the school. James, a Beverly resident and Sutherland Elementary School graduate, signed with the University of Chicago. James is a 5’7”, 165-pound run…
The Super Bowl is in the books, and a long offseason awaits for teams, front offices and the fans. The Chicago Bears appear to be in the market for a new starting quarterback this offseason and have been rumored to be interested in Philadelphia Eagles QB Carson Wentz.
In looking ahead to the season-opener for St. Xavier University (SXU), junior running back Vance McShane and the Cougars knew the weather that day would be intense.
St. Xavier University (SXU) senior setter Aaron Kummer was named the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference Men’s Volleyball Setter of the Week on Feb. 2, the second straight week he received the honor. Kummer, a Morgan Park resident and Marist High School graduate, recently helped the C…
With the Super Bowl in the rearview mirror, the Chicago Blackhawks struggling a bit and regular-season baseball still a couple months away, sports fans have plenty of time to watch some basketball in the coming weeks. But, what do we enjoy watching more as fans?
Marian Catholic senior student-athletes (from left) celebrating National Signing Day on Feb. 3 include Justin Stallworth (University of South Dakota, football), Ray Cantelo (North Central College, baseball and football), Justin Johnson (Marian University, baseball) and Jules Cutrara (Indiana…
After the Illinois High School Association (IHSA) announced the return of sports for the 2020-21 academic year, Br. Rice Coach Bobby Frasor and coaches throughout the state took a deep breath and went to work.
Br. Rice senior forward Luke Moustakas signed his National Letter of Intent on Jan. 27 to continue his academic-athletic career at Northwest Missouri State, one of the top Division II programs in the country. The Bearcats finished 31-1 last year before the end of the season was canceled. Mou…
The sports world is just days away from one of the biggest days on the sports calendar. It’s almost Super Bowl Sunday! This week’s question is as straightforward as they come for this week’s Beverly Review Poll of the Week.
After months of anticipation, the Illinois High School Association (IHSA) released its schedule on Jan. 27 for the remaining sports to compete as part of the 2020-21 academic-athletic year.
Just days after the Illinois High School Association (IHSA) said it would allow sports to begin hosting contact days for athletic teams, the high school sports scene received huge news on Jan. 22 toward the resumption of high-risk sports.
The Amateur Hockey Association Illinois (AHAI), the governing body for high school hockey, announced on Jan. 19 the cancellation of the 2021 Illinois state championship hockey tournaments across all levels and divisions due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kendall Coleman took the mat on Jan. 15 as the Purdue University wrestling team opened its 2020-21 season at home with a dual meet against Northwestern.