Youth baseball/softball registration In-person registration for 2005 Oak Park Youth Baseball/Softball will take place on Saturday, Feb. 5, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Longfellow Center, corner of Jackson and Ridgeland.
Last week at work we gave a lecture entitled "Weight Loss Options" in which we disseminated information on about seven different weight loss programs we offer. Why so many? Each program offers a distinct approach and what might work for one person won't necessarily work for another.
Coming out of the highly competitive McDonald's Shootout with a victory over the No. 3 ranked team in the nation, Fenwick kept its momentum sky-rocketing last week with two East Suburban Catholic Conference wins over Benet and Carmel.
It was a paradox of sorts, Trinity traveling to Wilmette for a make-up game against Regina that was originally cancelled due to a snowstorm, and then the Blazers hosting Thornwood during a snowstorm on the following night. The result was a split for Trinity (15-9).
Meet Evan Hilton, high school basketball star at Oak Park and River Forest High School. Chances are, if not for an unfortunate injury, Hilton would be averaging approximately 20 points or more per game this season, college recruiters would be hounding him, the Huskies might have a better record than 10-8, and you by this point would already know his name?#34;and not by way of Paris.
Fenwick's three-year undefeated run in the month of January came to a halt in a bizarre way on Saturday against a mediocre Lane Tech team. Chris Head, former head coach at Proviso West and current head coach at Foreman, was one of the officials at the game in Chicago in which Fenwick lost 68-66.
The OPRF Huskies (8-13-1) lost to the Waubonsie Valley Warriors in the waning seconds of a game on Saturday night at All Seasons Arena. The Huskies were in control for nearly the entire game when the unexpected happened and the Warriors managed two goals in the last 20 seconds to pull ahead and take the 3-2 win.