A bowler? A Wrestler? Or a basketball standout? Who will hear the loudest roar from the crowd in voting for Southland Patch's MVP, Jan. 25-Feb. 3?
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Homewood-Flossmoor's Ricky Bullock outpolled 10 others in voting for Southland Patch's MVP, Jan. 28-Feb. 3. He is now eligible for Patch Athlete of the Month honors.
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Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Lincoln-Way West's Morgan Flaherty won the IHSA girls bowling state championship. And she outpolled six others in voting for Patch Athlete of the Week honors.
Lincoln-Way West's Morgan Flaherty outpolled six others in voting for Patch Athlete of the Week, Feb. 5-11. She is now eligible for February Patch Athlete of the Month Recognition. The candidates: Brianna Andrew, senior, girls bowling, Chicago Christian. Andrew was a sectional champion and placed 31st in the IHSA girls bowling state tournament. She averaged 207.0 for 12 games and finished with a pinfall total of 2,484. She rolled a 258 game in her first set on Saturday. Brooke Annerino, sophomore, guard, girls basketball, Oak Lawn. Annerino erupted for 18 points in the Spartans’ 62-40 victory over Argo. Her consistent play has helped Oak Lawn gain notice and build momentum for postseason play. Morgan Flaherty, junior, girls bowling, …
Sunday, February 12, 2012
Lincoln-Way West bowler Morgan Flaherty takes the new school's first individual championship in any sport.