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A thrilling late come-from-behind finish sealed a .325-point win for the Lions; LT’s Kelsy Kurfirst also took the individual championship in floor exercise.
Four Lions girls automatically qualified on Wednesday for this week's state meet as the team did collectively as well.
The signing students include nine football players, and representatives of baseball, soccer, swimming, volleyball, tennis, golf and cross-country.
The Kicmal twins are double trouble, leading the surging fledgling Lions squad as the team heads into the postseason.
Junior Allison Kurek, of Chicago, is the starting goalie for the Roadrunners hockey team, continuing a legacy started by her older brother at Naz.
A year after a crushing slip at a sectional qualifier ended his junior season, Jack Keelan ran the fastest time in Illinois to claim Saturday’s 3A state championship.
The Lions win streak is now at five straight as a once-disappointing season has roared to life—and now have a chance to avenge their 2010 quarterfinal loss to Mt. Carmel.
The Lions leapt out of the gate early and held on down the stretch for a 34-28 win to shock the RedHawks and secure a downstate trip against O'Fallon.
The Westchester school had gone winless for two seasons and were 0-8 before last Friday’s game against St. Laurence.
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