University of Illinois softball coach Tyra Perry can discuss Nicole Evans all day.
School’s out and now several sports summer camps are on the way for young athletes to learn, train, and be active this summer.
Glenbard North High School is serving up a top-notch tennis camp this June.
Glenbard North High School's running camp is on its way, with sessions offered for girls in grades five through 12, according to the school.
The deadline for registration for the annual Gone Fishin' Derby in Glen Ellyn is June 10, according to gepark.org.
Tennis lessons for youth ages 5-18 are available through the Bloomingdale Park District.
Sugar Creek Golf Course has teed up another season of activities for young and old alike.
Any talk of a sophomore jinx for Morgan Kasperek got silenced quickly.
Bailey Engel can trace a line back to her softball beginnings.
William Duchon's legacy at Glenbard West is as certain as the football team he built in the 1970s. Duchon led the Hilltoppers on a seven-year title streak, culminating with a state title 1976.
Don Davidson is used to winning on his home floor. On Monday, however, he got a big win on the House floor.
Katelynne Hart likes to spread the wealth.
Three Illinois Valley Community College women's basketball players earned honors from the Arrowhead Conference recently, according to a report on the school's website.
Justin Jackson put up numbers last year that would have had the NFL open the door wide for the Northwestern running back, but he has other things on his mind.
One would be hard-pressed to find a hotter bat these days than the one being swung by Joe LaCivita.
Baseball has gone with Pat McInerney pretty much wherever he has gone — almost literally.
Five track and field athletes from the College of DuPage placed eighth or better in their events at the National Junior College Athletic Association Indoor Championships held March 3-4 in Pittsburg, Kansas.
College of DuPage softball standout Alyssa Ressinger's love of softball has its roots in baseball.
Maddie Diab has always been a quick learner, which might explain why someone who is only a sophomore is racking up trophies at gymnastics contests across the state.
Illinois high school lacrosse players have finally scored. Next year around this time, they will be gearing up to make Illinois history as the first state-sanctioned lacrosse championships draw near.