"Roar of the Crowd" celebrates local athletic achievement. Show your support for high school athletes by cheering them on, sharing your photos and voting in this week's poll.
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Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Sandburg junior wrestling standpout Mitch Cook gained the most support in "Roar of the Crowd" polling. He is now eligible for February Patch Athlete of the Month Recognition.
Your Patch is a place to celebrate local high school athletes. Show your support for these prep sports MVPs — each of whom is Athlete of the Week in his or her local Patch — by cheering them on in the comments thread, sharing your own photos with the Patch community and voting in the poll. Do you think we're missing someone? Tell us in the comments and share his or her photo to the gallery above. (It's easy. Just click the Upload Photos and Videos link — learn more here.) Read more about this week's MVPs in the photo gallery, and show your support for them by: There is one more way for you to become a more interactive fan: Sign up to become a Patch sports blogger. (Learn more about blogging on Patch here).
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Oak Forest's Courtney Kachlik busted loose in a career-high scoring performance in the championship game of the Evergreen Park Class 3A Regional. Then, she outpolled five others in voting for Patch Athlete of the Week honors.
Oak Forest's Courtney Kachlik outpolled five others in voting for Patch's Athlete of the Week, Feb. 12-18. Now, she is eligible for February Patch Athlete of the Month recognition. The candidates: Jubril Adekoya, junior, center/forward, boys basketball, Andrew. Adekoya delivered two more double-doubles as the T-Bolts notched victories No. 20 and 21 and became the winningest Andrew boys basketball team since 1989-90. Adekoya had 18 points and 16 rebounds in a 53-43 victory over Sandburg. Then, he followed up with 19 points and nine rebounds in a 58-31 victory over Thornridge. Mark Duda, sophomore, wrestling, Marist. Duda won 3-of-4 matches and placed second in the 113-pound weight class in the Class 3A state tournament at Assembly Hall in …
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
Stagg wrestling standout Kevin Moylan powered his way to a second-period pin at the Class 3A Lyons Township wrestling regional. He won the 145-pound championship. And he outpolled six others in voting for Patch Athlete of the Week.
Stagg wrestling standout Kevin Moylan outpolled six others in voting for Patch Athlete of the Week, Jan. 29-Feb. 4. He is now eligible for February Patch Athlete of the Month recognition. The candidates: Diamond Beatty, junior, guard, girls basketball, Tinley Park. Beatty’s performance against Lemont was a real gem. She scored 23 points and grabbed seven rebounds in leading the Titans to a 59-46 victory. Martin Einikis, junior, forward, boys basketball, Oak Lawn. Two games, 57 points. Einikis torched Eisenhower for 38 points in the Spartans’ 81-70 victory. Earlier in the week, he scored 19 points in Oak Lawn’s 44-41 victory over Evergreen Park. Cassidy Glenn, senior, forward, girls basketball, Providence Catholic. Glenn scored 27 points in…
Friday, January 20, 2012
Evergreen Park's Jesse McLain won the 126-pound championship at the Lisle Invitational. And he emerged the winner in voting for Patch Athlete of the Week honors, too.
Evergreen Park wrestling standout Jesse McLain outpolled six others in voting for Patch Athlete of the Week, Jan. 8-14. He is now eligible for January Patch Athlete of the Month recognition. The candidates were: Andrew Byland, junior, boys bowling, Richards. Byland powered Richards tot the team title in the South Suburban Red bowling tournament. He had a six-game series total of 1,448. Jesse McLain, senior, wrestling, Evergreen Park. McLain won the 126-pound championship at the Lisle Invitational and led the Mustangs to a sixth-place finish with 84.5 points. McLain defeated Lisle’s Ryan Kilroy 6-0 in the title match and pushed his record to 17-2. Casey McMahon, sophomore, guard, girls basketball, Stagg. McMahon was Miss Clutch in the …