CBS 2's Luke Stuckmeyer reports Illinois' boys' high school basketball tournament is returning to the Urbana-Champaign area, resuming a tradition that begin in 1919.
High School Basketball Championship Games To Return To Urbana-ChampaignCBS 2's Luke Stuckmeyer reports Illinois' boys' high school basketball tournament is returning to the Urbana-Champaign area, resuming a tradition that begin in 1919.
High School Baseball Star Looking To Be In Baseball's Amateur DraftBaseball's amateur draft is coming up on Wednesday, and it's going to be a big day for Mount Carmel star Ed Howard.
College Recruiting In The Age Of COVID-19CBS 2's Megan Mawicke spoke to recruiting guru Tom Lemming about how the pandemic will affect players and colleges moving forward.
Curie Condors Play Without Coach Mike OliverCurie Metropolitan High School boys' basketball coach Mike Oliver was removed on allegations of a physical altercation with a student, but parents don't believe it and want him back. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Curie Condors Play Without Coach Mike OliverCurie Metro High School basketball coach Mike Oliver was removed from his post after allegations of a physical altercation with a student. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Lindblom Basketball Star Leads Team To The PlayoffsCBS 2's Matt Zahn reports Marshun Williams is helping his team at Lindblom reach the playoffs and between his solid plays and great grades, he may have a few scholarship offers.
Curie Basketball Coach Mike Oliver OutCoach Oliver said he has dedicated 28 years to the school and was blindsided by his removal, which CPS says followed an allegation of a physical altercation with a student. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
CPS Cross Country Team Cannot Participate In State CompetitionCPS cross country runners will not be allowed back into competition this weekend, despite being sidelined by the recent teachers' strike.
Kicking Her Teaming In A Winning DirectionJillian Walsh, a soccer standout at Carmel Catholic High School in Mundelein, is now kicking it with the boys varsity football team. CBS 2's Matt Zahn has her story.
Suburban Title IX 'Triumph' Detailed In New BookFormer Chicago Tribune writer Melissa Isaacson covered the Chicago Bulls championship runs and the Chicago Cubs for over two decades. Now she is telling a more personal story. She has a new book called State: A Team, a Triumph, a Transformation. It's how the 1979 Niles West girls basketball team navigated the early years of Title IX. CBS 2's Megan Mawicke has the story.
The State's All Time Winningest CoachMarshall's Dorothy Gaters is the state's winningest coach and she has no plans to slow down or stop her championship career coaching the girls basketball time. CBS 2's Megan Mawicke has her story.
Going To The Mat For Girls WrestlingCBS 2's Megan Mawicke reports on the growing sport of girls wrestling and how one Illinois school is hoping the school will get IHSA accreditation for its program.
The Crusaders Cruise To The State PlayoffsCBS 2's Megan Mawicke talks to players and coaches of the Brother Rice Crusaders as they head to the state championship game.
Former Mount Carmel Player Jordan Lynch Coaches Caravan To PlayoffsLynch replaced Frank Lenti, who won 11 state championships with the team, as head coach this year.
Griffith H.S. Basketball Team Comes Up Short In Semifinal Days After Bus CrashWith scars and sores, the Griffith High School basketball team fought on the court Wednesday in Northwest Indiana.
After Bus Crash, Griffith H.S. Team Returns To Basketball CourtThe Griffith High School basketball team is back on the court Wednesday in Indiana fighting for a state semifinal win.
Wendell Phillips Academy Football Team Once Again Making HistoryCBS 2’s Megan Mawicke says the Wildcats are once again on the verge of making history as they take on Geneseo Saturday in the 4-A state football quarterfinals.
Pediatricians Call For Flag Football Alternative To Address Player SafetyThe American Academy of Pediatrics put out the guidelines asking for parents to have the option for flag football.
Pediatricians Suggest Changes To Youth Football To Improve SafetySafety on the high school football field is a major concern for players and for parents.