Fenwick stayed a game ahead of Loyola in the battle for runner-up to Hales Franciscan in the Chicago Catholic (North) League by annihilating De La Salle with an offensive explosion on Friday at the Fieldhouse in Oak Park.
Evan Hilton's much anticipated return to the OPRF basketball team came with a definative 51-35 rout of West Suburban (Silver) Conference foe York on Friday night, although it was mostly the star senior's presence that factored into the win.
"The girls showed heart like they have all season. They never give up," said Trinity head coach Don Sansone after his Blazers defeated St. Ignatius 53-42 on Saturday to finish in third place at the Girls Catholic Athletic Conference tournament. "I'm proud of the girls and the effort they give. Hopefully next year, we'll be back with the first place finish."
Cycle man in town Join the Oak Park Cycle Club on Thursday, Feb. 17 for a very special program. Stephan Wanger, who departed on a bicycle expedition from Chicago to South America in June 2004, covering more than 7,700 miles to raise money for national and local non-profit organizations,
One minute you're on top of the world, expectations are high, and then ... thud. That's what it must have felt like for River Forest native Claire Goldenberg during her senior year at Oak Park and River Forest High School in 2003.
WEB EXTRA! Whiteco Residential's latest rental and retail development proposal for the corner of Harlem Avenue and Ontario Street won a preliminary green light last night from the Oak Park Plan Commission.