Haley Fakouri nailed down the No. 2 singles berth for Fenwick and is using it as an opportunity to improve and learn from her teammates.
Sept. 19 6:18 a.m. |
Notes about college athletes from Vernon Hills, Lake Zurich, Maine South, Glenbrook South, Niles West, Stevenson, New Trier and Fenwick.
Serving isn’t the only new thing for Kathleen Carpenter, a Villa Park resident. She is learning to pass more while playing in the back row and has taken on different responsibilities after being a role player a year ago.
Sept. 16 1:28 p.m. |
Ken Uhlir also made sure to include all the levels in his program. The freshman A and B teams only used the small gym last year, but have enjoyed playing in the big gym this season for some games while the other levels watch.
Sept. 16 1:17 p.m. |
See some of the high-flying moves, great catches and the tough tackles from the third week of high school football.
Sept. 16 11:29 a.m. |
The match of the day came at No. 1 singles, where Lyons’ Meg Kowalski defeated Hinsdale Central’s Bella Lorenzini — the second place finisher at the IHSA tournament last year — 6-0, 3-6, 10-6.
Sept. 13 9:21 p.m. |
Jack Beneventi threw for a career-high five touchdowns in his third game for Fenwick as the Friars beat De La Salle 35-30 on Saturday.
Sept. 13 8 p.m. |
On the second play of the game, OPRF running back Antonio Cannon rushed for 50 yards to put the Huskies deep in Panthers’ territory. His carry set up a 19-yard TD run by senior quarterback Lloyd Yates, who had three rushing TDs and 97 yards on the ground.
Sept. 12 10:25 p.m. |
Fenwick kicks off at Saturday at 2 p.m. against De La Salle. Watch the it live via High School Cube.
Sept. 12 2:54 p.m. |
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