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NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament

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  • Coen, St. Patrick knock off Oak Park for first sectional title

    Outside hitter John Coen had 17 kills to lead St. Patrick to its first sectional championship and a trip to the state quarterfinals with a 26-24 sweep of Oak Park at St. Ignatius on Tuesday night. The Shamrocks (29-5) will face Morton in the Elite...
  • Youth is served: Maine South sweeps Marist

    Maine South's boys volleball players don't plan to make this year's appearance in the Elite Eight their last. A junior-dominated Hawks team, appearing in the quarterfinals for the first time since a 2006 championship, swept Marist 25-21, 25-20 on...
  • Conlon, St. Rita shut out O'Fallon, advance to 4A title game

    St. Rita advanced to its first state championship game with a 4-0 victory over O'Fallon in the Class 4A semifinals Friday at Joliet's Silver Cross Field. The Mustangs (35-6) scored a run in four of the first five innings, and junior left-hander Shane...
  • Sweet Sixteen Turns Into Westbank Teenage Wasteland

    Seven teenage boys are in jail for their alleged role in a triple shooting at a sweet sixteen party that paralyzed one 18-year-old woman and injured a 15 and 16-year-old last Saturday night.Security video from the motel where the party took place helped...
  • The Informer: innovative cocktails, yoga, bowling

    The Informer: innovative cocktails, yoga, bowling
    Make that drink with Chartreuse Do the Carthusian monks, who produce Chartreuse, add their secret-recipe herbal liqueur to cocktails? If not, they should now. The Chartreuse Sweet 16 Competition, held at the Doheny on Aug. 10, produced several...
  • Girls basketball: Chicago Tribune Top 20, Feb. 1

    Girls basketball: Chicago Tribune Top 20, Feb. 1
    Records through Sunday; last week's ranking in parentheses. 1. Bolingbrook 19-1 (1) Raiders give three-time defending Wisconsin state champ Milwaukee Vincent its first loss of the season. 2. Young 20-0 (2) Dolphins ease into Public League semifinals...
  • Chasing Perfection: Butler Needs Victory at Valparaiso

    Chasing Perfection: Butler Needs Victory at Valparaiso
    The Butler men's basketball team finished January a perfect 9-0. March is the month most fans are pointing towards. However, with a victory in the final game of February, the Bulldogs will have finished off a significant accomplishment. "I think this...
  • Does Robbie Hummel's injury end Boilers' Final Four Hopes?

    Does Robbie Hummel's injury end Boilers' Final Four Hopes?
    There is no denying a simple fact about Robbie Hummel, even if it does go back to last season. That's when a crack in his L5 vertebrae caused him to miss five Purdue games. In those games, the Boilermakers were 2-3, including a win over Arkansas Pine-...
  • Girls 3A Final Four: Peoria Richwoods 50, Marshall 35

    Girls 3A Final Four: Peoria Richwoods 50, Marshall 35
    Marshall's Adrienne GodBold watched from the sidelines as Peoria Richwoods benched the Commandos' hopes of advancing to defend their Class 3A state title Friday at Illinois State's Redbird Arena. In Richwoods' 50-35 semifinal victory, the University of...
  • Potential successors to Leitao

    Potential candidates to succeed Dave Leitao as Virginia's head basketball coach: JEFF CAPEL Pros: Has compiled a 155-73 record in seven seasons as a head coach, the last three at Oklahoma, the previous four at VCU, with nary a losing season. A North...
  • NCAA tournament full-court press

    THREE STARS • Ben Woodside, North Dakota State. Woodside (above), who scored 60 points in a game earlier this year, had 37 points in a loss to Kansas. • Sherron Collins, Kansas. The Jayhawks needed a big day from Collins against the Bison, and he...
  • U.Va. women bounced by Cal

    Less than eight years ago, Joanne Boyle lay in a hospital bed in North Carolina, worried she might be "a vegetable" after a brain hemorrhage left the Duke assistant coach unable to speak or walk at 38. On Monday, she guided the California basketball team...