Monday, March 25, 2013
Nearly 20 H-F athletes have already been picked up to play on the collegiate level next year.
Colleges and universities across the country are signing Homewood-Flossmoor High School athletes to play for them, Sun-Times Media reports. Here’s a glimpse of the college-bound Vikings: Like H-F Patch on Facebook
Sunday, January 6, 2013
The Vikings fought until the very end in this nail-biter game.
Friday, March 2, 2012
Homewood-Flossmoor, Marist and Andrew will be playing for regional titles as top-ranked Bloom faces No. 4 Sandburg in a battle for the Class 4A Joliet Central Regional championship tonight.
Thursday, February 9, 2012
Homewood-Flossmoor, Stagg, Lincoln-Way East and Marian Catholic build momentum for IHSA playoffs, too.
1. Marist (28-1): How ready are the RedHawks for postseason play? They went into Wednesday night’s game vs. Fenwick with a 378-161 scoring edge over their East Suburban Catholic Conference rivals. Four Marist players ranked in the top 15 in conference scoring—JeTaun Rouse (4th), Leah Bolton (9th), Asiana Bey (14th) and Claire Ryan (15th). 2. Lincoln-Way East (23-3): Taylor Johnson and Caitlin McMahon were up to their old tricks in a 52-35 victory over Lockport. Johnson scored 23 points. McMahon added 12 points and 12 rebounds. The Griffins conclude the regular season with a game at Bolingbrook Thursday. 3. Homewood-Flossmoor (19-7): Danielle Woolfork scored 17 points in a 57-29 victory over Lincoln-Way Central. Amena Brent chipped in with …
Friday, January 27, 2012
Despite the drop in rankings, the Vikings remain undefeated among the Southwest Suburban Blue standings.
1. Andrew (14-0): Defense remains the constant for the T-Bolts, who overcame a sluggish start in a 58-37 victory over Tinley Park. Double-Double machine Jubril Adekoya scored 17 points and pulled down 17 rebounds. Andrew plays Lincoln-Way West at 7 p.m. Friday in New Lenox. 2. Bloom (16-3): Donald Moore stepped to the free throw line and stepped up his game in the Trojans’ 63-56 victory over Homewood-Flossmoor. He made 17-of-19 free throws as Bloom rallied in the fourth quarter to top H-F for the second time this season. Dejahown Freeman scored 12 points and Lejavius Johnson 10. 3. Marist (16-5): The RedHawks dropped a heart-breaking 64-62 decision to Seton Academy despite the late-game heroics of Nic Weishar and L.J. McIntosh. The two …
Thursday, January 26, 2012
Homewood-Flossmoor, Lincoln-Way East, Stagg and Mother McAuley all pushing forward, too, as the girls basketball season inches closer to the start of postseason play.
1. Marist (22-1): Ever hear of Equal Opportunity Scoring? The RedHawks picked up 17 points each from JeTaun Rouse and Leah Bolton in their 57-24 victory over Resurrection. 2. Lincoln-Way East (18-2): Amy Jacobsen’s 16 points led a balanced attack for the Griffins in a 51-27 victory over Joliet West. Taylor Johnson had 14 points and seven assists. Caitlin McMahon added 12 points and 11 rebounds. 3. Homewood-Flossmoor (16-6): Amena Brent and Charnelle Reed continue to give Viking opponents headaches. Brent scored 16 points and pulled down nine rebounds in a 58-41 victory over Lockport. Reed scored 15 points. 4. Stagg (14-5): Revi McMahon, Maggie Yandel and the rest of the Chargers are charging. McMahon scored 15 points in a 57-49 victory …
Friday, January 20, 2012
Illinois' 2008 Mr. Basketball gives us a sneak peak into his life at Dayton.
Friday, January 6, 2012
The Vikings are ranked No. 3 this week, but they've got their eye on moving up.
1. Bloom (13-0): Bloom’s stars came out at the McDipper in a show of firepower and depth. Donald Moore was named the tournament’s MVP. What’s next? The Blazing Trojans brace for a rematch with Rich South tonight at M’Cann Gym, then play in the Bob Hamric Memorial Tournament Saturday and Sunday at T.F. North. 2. Andrew (9-0): The T-Bolts’ nine-game win streak wouldn’t have been possible without the contributions of Mike Bobek, Jarvis Franklin and Glorind Lisha. All had a hand in Andrew’s 45-44 victory over Milwaukee South in the Kankakee Holiday Tournament. Next up is tonight’s game vs. Lincoln-Way North. 3. Homewood-Flossmoor (9-4): Tim Williams, Delvon Rencher and the Vikings have been impressive at times, so-so on other occasions. Can …
Thursday, January 5, 2012
Congratulations to the lady Vikings on their recent victory over Sandburg.
1. Marist (16-0): Leah Bolton’s MVP performance powered RedHawks at the Hillcrest Holiday Classic. Next, Marist faces Mother McAuley on Jan. 9. 2. Lincoln-Way East (11-0): Taylor Johnson and the Griffins get back to business in the Southwest Suburban Blue with a 6 p.m. game today at rival Sandburg. Johnson was named MVP at the Medieval Classic. 3. Homewood-Flossmoor (12-5): Amena Brent was a dominant force in the Vikings’ 49-35 victory over Sandburg. She scored 18 points and grabbed 11 rebounds. 4. Lincoln-Way North (13-3): The Phoenix had a 10-game win streak snapped by district rival Lincoln-Way East at the Medieval Classic. They return to Southwest Suburban Red play at Andrew today. 5. Rich Central (14-4): Tatianna Newell and Tyron …
Thursday, December 15, 2011
Homewood-Flossmoor, Lincoln-Way East and Rich Central are hot on the RedHawks' heels in the Patch basketball rankings.
1. Marist (11-0): Leah Bolton, JeTaun Rouse, Randyll Butler. So many weapons. RedHawks are not lacking for firepower. And they’ll need all hands on deck to emerge a winner in a battle at Marian Catholic on Monday night. 2. Lincoln-Way East (6-0): Who says it takes a thief? Taylor Johnson? She had a school single-game record nine steals in the Griffins’ 67-35 victory over Joliet West. The game served as a tuneup for East’s showdown vs. Homewood-Flossmoor tonight. 3. Homewood-Flossmoor (9-2): Candace Hicks and Amena Brent give the Vikings a strong one-two punch, and they’ll be counting on both to go the distance in a heavyweight battle with Lincoln-Way East. 4. Rich Central (10-3): Jessica Warren and Alex Stanford keep the Rockets soaring. …