The Fenwick softball team needed two extra innings and two hits by center fielder Jaime Loomis to get the job done last week as the Friars edged their area-rival Trinity by a score of 2-1 in the semifinal of the St. Ignatius Sectional. The Friars fell 7-1 to cross-town rival Oak Park and River Forest in the sectional championship at UIC on Saturday.
There have been worse things a team has gone through in one season, I'm sure of it. And there are U.S. soldiers, some of whom are very close in age to these baseball players, presently risking their lives fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The third time didn't turn out to be a charm for the Oak Park and River Forest soccer team when the Huskies took on West Suburban (Silver) Conference foe Lyons Township in the Oak Park Sectional title game on May 31. The Huskies fell 3-1 as Lyons took home its third straight sectional title, each coming from wins over OPRF.
The following OPRF High School student-athletes have recently signed letters-of-intent, committed to accept athletic scholarships, or indicated their participation to continue to pursue their respective sports:
It's amusing to look at old running photos and note the changing fashions over the years. Running involves minimal attire?#34;shirt, shorts, shoes and socks, so what could change much? For runners aged 20 to 30-something, those pictures must look like ancient history. To the runners who were there, it wasn't all that long ago.
Two objective interesting articles by Ken Trainor in the May 4 edition have rejuvenated my interest in Wednesday Journal so as to consider re-subscribing after putting up in past years with many of his un-objective anti-dialogue attacks on most breathing Republicans as if we are all the same animals.
Wow, WEDNESDAY JOURNAL sure did its readers a favor by publishing a letter from Don Gregor ("Abortion a matter of personal choice, not 'dogmatic teachings'", June 1), that master of dialogue. Note to Mr. Gregor?#34;dialogue does not consist of: Ignoring every substantive point made by your interlocutor (do you have anything to say about the victims of abortion?