West Chicago Illinois Sports

The Chicago White Sox have been baseball heroes on the South Side since they took home the coveted MLB World Series trophy in 2005. The team started out as a franchise of the International Hockey League and won the Turner Cup in 1998 and 2000. When they moved to the American Hockey League in the 2001-02 season, they immediately set a mark and won the Calder Cup in 2002.

The Chicago Cubs are no longer the lovable losers, but have won the World Series four times in the last five years. In that time, the team won the MLS Cup championship in its debut year and won the US Open Cup an astonishing four times. The Red Stars have reached the playoffs of the National Women's Soccer League in each of the last three seasons, becoming the first and only team to do so in four consecutive years. After four losses in five games, they ended the regular season with a 4-3 win over the New York Red Bulls.

The win improved the South to 17-10 overall and 9-6 in the DuPage Valley Conference with wins over the Western New York Flash and the Chicago Red Stars, both of whom celebrated victories.

Tai Bibbs started hot for West Aurora with 14 points in the first half and stayed hot to finish with a game-high 34 points. The win came after a February 9 loss to Glenbard East that snapped a four-game winning streak for the Wildcats. Chicago guard Kaitlyn Dillard led the way with 16 points and seven rebounds.

Quinn Ricci scored 17 points and Peter Dolan 12 as the Wildcats improved to 6-2 against the Upstate Eight River. Tai Bibbs and Mike Bibb each scored eight points in a 57-41 loss to Glenbard East. D Nolan had 11 points in the second half in a 60-44 victory over West Aurora on Feb.

Quick had 24 points and Jeran Simpson eight for the South, but none reached double figures in the 60-44 victory over West Aurora on February 14.

Jayla Johnson scored 17 points and Mira Emma added 11 for the Tigers, who were supposed to start the postseason with a win over Waubonsie Valley on Saturday. Leonard ended a trip to the state by moving into the game for third place with an 80-65 victory over West Aurora on February 14. The Tigers outscored the Warriors 42-14 in the first quarter and held Waubsonie Valley scoreless in the second quarter, outscoring them 18-0 in the third quarter.

Marcello Marcellaio scored on a 2-2 record at 152 pounds in the sections but did not qualify for the state. Andrew Leonard won twice in the main draw at 195 pounds and finished with a 3-0 record to earn a spot in a state tournament that begins on Saturday, March 4 at 7: 30 p.m. at the Illinois State Fair. Carriveau's award - winning photos from the competition were also on the cover of this week's issue of West Chicago High School Sports Magazine.

Check out the giant Stanley Cup replica standing outside the Madhouse Team Store and browse through archive photos and videos on a giant interactive touchscreen. Another cool feature is a real CTA train carriage with a green screen where you can snap photos with pictures of your favorite players, watch game clips and record your own play-by-play calls.

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If your child is unable to participate in a program after registration, the registration fee for future Skyhawks Sports programs will be waived at 800 - 804 - 3509. Skyhawk's offers to rent the equipment required to participate in the program at the price indicated.

Bears fans stand outside the Skyhawks Sports Center at the University of Illinois on the Urbana-Champaign campus. You can get Skyhawk Sports souvenirs and jerseys, as well as access to the team's locker rooms and locker rooms.

Scott Dierking was an NFL running back and spent most of his career with the New York Jets. Look out for Tommy Hawk, the official mascot of the Blackhawks, who performs himself to show off his nasty hockey moves.

The Sky pundit joined the Chicago Blackhawks rookie team in the American Hockey League (AHL) in 2008. The 2008 Calder Cup title was crowned with a 3-1 victory over the New York Rangers in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final. Blackhawks fans and the infectious atmosphere brought into the game by the way they win.

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