(Malta, IL) – In men's soccer action on Saturday afternoon Waubonsee Community College scored early and often on the way to a resounding 8-1 victory over Kishwaukee College. The Chiefs (6-6-1) jumped on the Kougars (6-3) right from the start, displaying superior strength and speed to score t…
The Sandwich boys cross country runners totaled 52 points good for 2nd place at Morris. Max Cryer led the pack for Sandwich with a time of 17:53 good for 6th place overall, Wyatt Miller was 10th in a time of 18:24. Dayton Beatty was 12th in a time of 18:39, literally right behind him was t…
The Newark girls volleyball team had not lost a Little 10 match since 2009 until last night at Earlville as the host school won 25-17, 25-23. What a run for the Newark girls along with two state championships along the way, but Earlville is now 10-2, 4-0 on the season. Newark is 9-2, 3-1 o…
The Yorkville girls volleyball team won for the 12th time this season as they defeated LaSalle Peru 25-9, 25-22. The Foxes are now 12-1 and are 1-0 in Southwest Prairie Conference action. Coach Zachery Sinn reported that Hailey Fedanzo-Dudley closed out the first set with a kill and the Fo…
(Sugar Grove, IL) - Waubonsee Community College's women's volleyball team steamrolled Morton College in it's home opener on Wednesday evening. The Chiefs (7-6, 1-0) reeled off the last 10 points to win the first game 25-12 and carried that momentum into the second set. Waubonsee tallied the …
The Plano Reapers won the toss to start their season opener but deferred until the 2nd half to go on defense first. After a Plano penalty gave the Aurora Central Chargers a first down, but after that it was pretty much all Reapers on the night.
The Yorkville Foxes baseball team on Monday, Apr. 6, rapped out 14 hits and scored 17 runs against West Aurora. On Tuesday, Apr. 7, the Foxes scored 5 more runs against the Blackhawks from West only to lose 6-5 in a thriller.
Newark the #2 Seed put up a big number against #7 Seeded DePue 62-7. Kjersten Friestad led the way with 20 points for Newark. Reese Heap added 8 points and 9 rebounds with Kellie Snyder also getting 8 points and she had 7 rebounds and 5 steals as well. Kaitlyn Hatteberg dished out 6 assists.
The Little 10 Girls Tournament had three quarterfinal matchups last night. WSPY Sports covered the Somonauk/Leland Coop at Earlville game, while Newark hosted DePue and HBR was at home against Hiawatha.
The Plano Reapers and the Morris Redskins had battle on the basketball court this week in a game that went back and forth a bit. Morris was able to come from behind in the second half to secure a 68-63 win.
Tonights game between Oswego and Oswego East has been canceled due to the weather.
Well the score at the end of the game was 83-73, but the Championship game of the Little 10 Boys Basketball Tournament was much closer than the 10point margin at the end would indicate. Somonauk cut the deficit late in the game to 75-73 on an Alex Krejci 3 pointer and a pair of Krejci free throws.
Top seeded Indian Creek defeated Hiawatha 70-31 as Cam Russell had 21 points, Drew Gaston had 14, Michael Lampson 13, Brennen McNally 10 and Davis Stryker added 9 for the balanced Timberwolves who improve to 3-0 with the win.
The Newark Norsemen boys basketball team won their quarterfinal game against Hinckley-Big Rock at Hinckley on Wednesday night 49-43. The game was close throughout with Newark hitting some clutch free throws down the stretch to get the win.
The Leland Panthers jumped out in from of LaMoille-Ohio on Tuesday night in an opening round game of the Little 10 Boys Basketball Tournament in LaMoille. Leland led 10-5 after the first quarter, but LaMoille had a big second quarter and come from behind to lead 21-14 at halftime.
Kaneland and Plano battled on Tuesday night in the opener for both teams in the Interstate 8 Conference at Plano High School The Knights from Kaneland led 31-22 at the half, but Plano had a huge fourth quarter outscoring the visitors 23-13 to knot the game at 55-55 at the end of regulation.
The Yorkville Foxes battled with West Aurora on Tuesday night at West High and came away with a hard fought 53-50 win. Near the end of the season last year West hit a desperation 3 pointer to beat the Foxes. On this night the Foxes would prevail!!