The final group outing for the Cougars was a special one Monday as the 2014 Midwest League champions were honored at Wrigley Field by their parent club, the Cubs.
While glad to get some momentum from the kick, coach Ben Kleinhans was quick to point out, “we were down in the red zone and not scoring (a touchdown), I thought, was big.”
Sept. 15 6:39 p.m. |
The renewed focus on fundamentals and teamwork paid off Monday as the host Royals rallied for a 15-25, 25-17, 25-19 victory over IC Prep in Aurora.
Sept. 15 4:35 p.m. |
Marmion coach Ricky Del Toro admitted he didn’t know what to expect from opponents in the Cadets’ first year in the Catholic League.
Sept. 15 3:43 p.m. |
T.J. Cairney of Aurora and Matthew Dovalosky of Naperville travel to the United Kingdom to train with the West Ham United International Academy.
Sept. 15 10:19 a.m. |
U.S. Olympic rowing team members Grant James and Ross James accepted an invitation recently to train with members of the nonprofit St. Charles Rowing Club for young rowers.
The 6-3 Donner, Aurora University’s senior soccer goalkeeper, used his height to make the play of the game Saturday during AU’s 2-0 victory over Principia College at Vago Field.
The Cougars finished off their sparkling postseason with a 7-2 victory over the Lake County Captains Saturday, earning Kane County its first Midwest League championship since 2001.
Sept. 13 9:45 p.m. |
After the Eagles fell behind Lake Forest Academy, Bray decided he was not going to let his team taste defeat, rallying unbeaten Aurora Christian to a 35-33 victory Saturday in Lake Forest.