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Baseball: Batavia’s Tenuta impressive in first start

Emilio Tenuta made the most of his first career varsity start, hurling four scorless innings in Batavia’s 8-3 win over Naperville North Friday morning.

 

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Lincoln-Way West going the extra mile

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After suffering a heartbreaking overtimes loss to Joliet Catholic in a Class 5A quarterfinal playoff game last season, Lincoln-Way West has put in extra work in the offseason to complete it’s state title run. read more...

 
High School Cube News

Area Roundup: Nov. 22

Scores and highlights from around the Aurora area.

Area Roundup: Sept. 23

Sports news and highlights from around the Aurora area.

Area Roundup: Aug. 26

Sports news and highlights from around the Aurora area.

Midwest League: Cougars come up empty in loss

The Cougars were able to get runners on base Friday against Cedar Rapids, but largely failed to get them in as they fell 5-2 in the first of a four-game-set.

Area Roundup: May 18

Sports news and highlights from around the Aurora area.

Area Roundup: May 15

Sports news and highlights from around the Aurora area.

Badminton: Lockport rolls to sectional crown, Metea finishes second

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Lockport claimed its own sectional Thursday with 16 1/2 points, while Metea Valley (10 1/2) was second. Metea’s Michelle Wang outlasted the Porters’ Kelly Miotti 21-15, 18-21, 21-12 for third in singles.

Area Roundup: April 22

Sports news and highlights from around the Aurora area.

Area Roundup: April 6

Sports news and highlights from the Aurora area.

Area Roundup: April 2

Sports news and highlights from around the Aurora area.

Area Roundup: April 1

Sports news and highlights from around the Aurora area.

A record-setting tune for Souvannasing

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West Aurora graduate Matt Souvannasing, a North Central College sophomore, has some plans. Athletically, most of those plans have to do with the outdoor track season and erasing from his mind the memory of the indoor national finals. “The nationals were the lone black mark …

Boys Volleyball: West Aurora 2nd in Silver

St. Charles North’s boys volleyball team had finished second the past three years at the West Aurora Tournament.

But with 12 seniors on the roster this season, the North Stars feel like these are tournaments that they should win. After a shaky start in the …

Boys Volleyball: West Aurora 2nd in Silver

St. Charles North’s boys volleyball team had finished second the past three years at the West Aurora Tournament.

But with 12 seniors on the roster this season, the North Stars feel like these are tournaments that they should win. After a shaky start in the …

Lindeman ready to shoulder shot at NFL

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Play professionally in the National Football League? A.J. Lindeman knows the odds are stacked against him, but that’s nothing new for the Waubonsie Valley High School graduate. He walked on before and he’s willing to try it again if that’s how it shakes out to continue to pursue his dream.