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The TV ZoneYup, all announced last night, and here they are...bios on the jump. Anyone from LI? No. But Brooklyn is very well-represented. Show begins in earnest next week. And who...will...win?......
The year was 1965. That was the year I fell in love with baseball and history. It happened in Miss Tomlinson's fifth-grade class at Crestview Elementary School in Merriam, Kan. We had the Kansas City Athletics, but they were a last-place mess that went...
Staff reporterIn this podcast we were joined by Gordon Horwitz, a professor of history at Illinois Wesleyan University and author of Ghettostadt: Lodz and the Making of a Nazi City. Horwitz tells the story of the Nazi attempt to re-engineer the Polish city of Lodz,...
Special to the TribuneNaperville Central's baseball team fell victim to assault-by-battery in the Class 4A supersectional Monday. O'Fallon right-hander Miles Quintal limited the Redhawks to three hits and catcher Nick Tindall homered and made a key pickoff throw in the...
Special to the TribuneBaseball is a game of inches, or as was the case Saturday at the Class 4A sectional final at Lockport, a few feet. Providence learned that the hard way against Naperville Central. Just minutes after Celtics third baseman Sam Travis' bid to give his team...
Tags: Education, Sports, Boston Celtics, Baseball
Tribune staff reporterMorton high school center Luke Scarlata wanted to return to the basketball court the day after he underwent surgery for an inflamed appendix on Jan. 20. His team was in the midst of an impressive 14-2 season, which included winning the prestigious Proviso...
Tags: Basketball, Appendectomy, Sports, Surgery, Appendix
Special to ChicagoSports.comDuke and North Carolina rightfully receive the lion's share of college basketball attention in the Tar Heel State. But a third hoops stalwart has emerged in tiny Davidson College and former Barrington standout Jason Richards will be an integral part of...
Special to ChicagoSports.comWhat a difference six months can make. Late last year Carthage first baseman Jason Acevado wasn't even on a team. He was attending classes at Northern Illinois after transferring from Bradley, but a failed tryout with the Huskies left Acevado without a...
Special to ChicagoSports.comHave you heard the one about the collegiate diver who's afraid of heights? Illinois State senior Katie Janonis has. And as ironic as it seems, the Hersey High School graduate has shed this unique occupational hazard well enough to become arguably the...
Special to ChicagoSports.comWhen Chris Miller was playing in traveling soccer leagues growing up in the northern suburbs, the last thing he envisioned was a professional football career. But that may be just what happens. Miller, a Carmel graduate, is among the top collegiate...
Special to ChicagoSports.comIn only his fifth year of competitive running, Southern Illinois' Mohamed Mohamed has proven to be a quick study. The junior cross-country standout's running career reached a new high over the weekend when he qualified for the NCAA Championships Nov....
Tribune reporterThrough all the missed free throws and layups that went awry, Uniquah Hampton never gave up. The Hillcrest junior tried to ignite a late rally all by herself in the Class 3A supersectional Monday at Illinois Wesleyan's Shirk Center, but Peoria...
Tags: Basketball, Education, Sports
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