The Dominican University women's basketball team dropped three games on their California road trip last week, falling to Occidental College, Whittier College and California Lutheran University. The three losses pushed the Stars winless streak to nine games as the Stars stand at 1-10 on the season heading into Northern Illinois-Iowa Conference (NIIC) play after the New Year.
With at least 12 representatives from Division I colleges in attendance at the Proviso West Holiday tournament on opening night Monday, the Fenwick boys' basketball team didn't exactly show off its best stuff. But the recruiters may have been looking elsewhere anyway.
Rest was the requirement for the Oak Park and River Forest girls' basketball team during its five-day hiatus after annihilating West Suburban (Silver) Conference foe York 69-38 in front of a home crowd at the fieldhouse on Friday night.
The Friars are no doubt looking forward to Monday night when they take on St. Joseph in their opener of the 46th Annual Proviso West Holiday tournament, a 16-team basketball bonanza in Hillside featuring some of the best teams in the state?#34;seven teams participating, including No. 1 Hillcrest, are ranked in the top 10 in one poll.