The Wheatland Township Republican Organization (WTRO) will host its 21st annual golf outing on Friday, Aug. 25, at the Tamarack Golf Club, 24032 Royal Worlington Drive in Naperville.
Hurling might be a 3,000-year-old sport, but it's new to Naperville.
Wheatland area residents are invited to join the Wheatland Township Republican Organization (WTRO) for its 21st annual golf outing on Aug. 25 at the Tamarack Golf Club in Naperville, according to a press release.
Josh Ferguson had his dream deferred -- briefly.
The University of St. Francis (USF) Saints were not a losing football team despite a losing record last year, head coach Joseph Curry contends.
The Plainfield East High School Bengals are hoping three's a charm for the upcoming football season.
The Plainfield North Tigers earned their stripes on offense and defense last season and are looking to do the same again this year.
Oswego East High School would love to keep its streak alive, as unlikely as that might be: The Wolves closed out last season without giving up a point in their last two games.
Frankfort's Bill Laude probably doesn't get a lot of compliments on the job, so it's fitting that he recently earned one of the highest honors in his field.
Lewis outside hitter Ryan Coenen recently received two honors from the American Volleyball Coaches Association.
Most baseball players trying to make it in the big leagues are plying their trade in the minors, on a team affiliated a Major League organization.
The Chicago White Sox organization will put on baseball camps July 17-21 at the Frontier S.C. Softball fields, the Naperville Park District reported.
Raven Kelly nailed it.
You could say Cam Knudson was at cross purposes this year.
Ever since the U.S. national men’s rugby union team hosted the New Zealand All Blacks – a premier team in world rugby – at Chicago’s Soldier Field in 2014, Chicago has become a hub of rugby activity.
Children of all ability levels can enjoy a sports camp this summer, enhancing their skills and developing new ones.
The Plainfield Central football programs are staying in full pads this summer, as multiple camps take the turf.
The Plainfield Central High School girls are opening up the hardwood and inviting sign-ups for basketball camps.
If you're looking for Marcellus Moore at a track meet, just look at the finish line. He's usually standing there alone for a few seconds after a race, waiting for others to finish.
Kaylee Prieto caught another honor recently.