In H-F Park District Kickball, It's Down to the Last Two

Supo Sanni, a former football and basketball standout at Homewood-Flossmoor, is poised to return to the playing field at the University of Illinois.

The Homewood-Flossmoor Park District kickball tournament is down to the final two as both the Chestnuts and Lassen's Assassins advanced to Thursday night's final.

Lassen's Assassins, the defending champs, took down Ball Hogs, while the Chestnuts, the tournament's top seed, defeated New Kicks on the Block 6-4.

The Chestnuts (10-1) took a commanding lead early, scoring five runs in the bottom of the first inning.

Like he has all summer, pitcher Steven Tobin was in control on the mound and contributed on offense as well. Outside of a two-out rally in the last inning by New Kicks on the Block, the game was never in doubt.

The Chestnuts will meet Lassen's Assassins behind the H-F Racquet and Fitness Club at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday in the title game.

Sanni Set to Make His Mark With Illini

Former Homewood-Flossmoor High School football and basketball standout Supo Sanni will be looking to make an impact for the University of Illinois football team this season.  

Sanni missed all of last season after he tore his Achilles' tendon in the pre-season. According to the Chicago Tribune, coach Ron Zook is counting on Sanni to be back. He will begin the season as the starting safety in the Illini's defensive backfield.  

After receiving a medical waiver for last season, Sanni has two years of eligibility left. To read more on Sanni's recovery from injury and the anticipated impact he will have on this season please go to "Suppo Sanni Recovers From Injury."

H-F Girls Golf Places Eighth at U-High

The Homewood-Flossmoor girls' golf team placed eighth in a field of 19 teams at the Normal U-High Invitational.

Katelyn Hoag led the way for the Vikings with her 82. H-F finished with a team total of 365, while Normal U. High won the championship with a score of 322.

H-F Boys Soccer Slow Out of the Gate

The Homewood-Flossmoor boys' soccer team went 1-2 in the Windy City Ram Classic hosted by Reavis.

Things started out well for H-F as the Vikings defeated University High 2-1. Neil Patterson scored the game-winning goal with less than a minute to go in regulation.

H-F dropped its next two matches, falling to rival Bloom Township 2-0 then to Mt. Carmel 3-2.


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