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Alex Gregorio-Perez was second for the DeKalb girls while Lamar Bradley, Eduardo Castro and Jacob Luce each took second for the Barb boys. Plus Cooper Bode picked up a second-place finish for Sycamore and more in the roundup.
The DeKalb boys basketball team met an undefeated opponent for the third time in as many games Friday night when they hosted Waubonsie Valley.
The Hiawatha girls basketball team earned a win, the Kaneland wrestling team swept a triangular and more in Thursday's Daily Chronicle roundup.
DeKalb faces Gary Comer Prep, Dundee-Crown and Geneva square off, plus Wheaton Academy gets Manley and Huntley faces Marshall. Here's the complete schedule
The DeKalb boys basketball team hosted Dixon Tuesday night for a nonconference tilt.
Hinckley-Big Rock's Anna Herrmann scored 19 points to lead the Royals to a Little Ten victory. That and more in Monday's roundup.
The Illinois Coaches Association announced the players and coaches who will take part in the 2024 Shrine All-Star game Monday. The game will be the 50th iteration and will be held June 15 on the campus of Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington.
DeKalb beat a previously undefeated United Township team, Indian Creek came north and knocked off Genoa-Kingston while the NIU men lost at Monmouth. All that and more in the roundup.
Davon Grant scored 30 points as DeKalb topped Naperville North for their first DVC win in a battle of soon-to-be IBCA Hall of Fame coaches, Mike Reynolds and Gene Nolan.
The DeKalb boys basketball team took on DuPage Valley Conference foe Naperville North Friday night in DeKalb.
DeKalb wins at Naperville North, Sycamore tops Morris and Kaneland in an I8 triangular, plus more basketball and wrestling.
DeKalb-Sycamore co-op swimmer Molly Allison is the Daily Chronicle Girls Swimmer of the Year.
Genoa-Kingston, Sycamore win boys wrestling. That and more in Wednesday's roundup.
Indian Creek and Hinckley-Big Rock collected wins in boys basketball. That along with Keshawn Williams returning for the NIU men and other results in basketball, swimming and bowling in Tuesday's roundup.
Age dominated the all-area football team this year, with 18 of the 22 first-team spots going to seniors. Here's a look at the best players from the Daily Chronicle coverage area.