Sabrina Prepster bringing you the photos for the girls State Championship Finals 3A
mock picks for the girls- 3A classification
Sabrina Prepster bringing you the photos for the girls state championship preliminary rounds for 3A
The two-time defending state champion Frankfort Lincoln-Way East had a few hiccups during a trying 2015 season. They hired a new head coach Brian Evans. But he was not the problem. There was emerging and teams receiving predetermined hype but not living up to it when it counted. They were not the problem. There were pre-approved trips to pristine places like the Texas Relays and Arcadia Invitational. That wasn't the problem.
Footage includes Bolingbrook 4x1, Naperville N 4x8, Daly Galloway, Emma Haugen, Anna Sophia Keller, Judy Pendergast, Maya Neal student worker, D'Jenne Egharevba, Jenny Kimbro, Michaela Hackbarth, LaJarvia Brown, Brittny Ellis, Kathleen Young, Jaimie Robinson, Jamari Drake, Lane Tech girls
It was just a crisp 74 degrees at 5:30pm just prior to the start of the 3A Girls team championship awards. On that same moment the back the brows and backs of the Frankfort (Lincoln-Way East) coaches were dripping and drenched with sweat.
It's that time again... whew time flew by quick when you are focused and set on your goals. The annual B-Side sprint flat races and relay predictions are in order. These are purely my picks and my thoughts alone. I hope you enjoy them and good luck to all of you this weekend!
The first day of track and field action was exactly what the experts had predicted in terms of dropping great performances and action packed excitement throughout the morning and afternoon sessions. The morning started with 2A Lombard Montini winning the opening heat of the 4x800 relay in 9:36.16. That time stood up as the top mark of the three sections. St. Charles East ended the long day in the 3A 4x400 relay clocking a tremendous 3:52.99. All in all the 73 degree day was filled with sunshine, smiles, laughter and of course disappointment and sadness.
Every since the Illinois High School Association (IHSA) moved to allow Class A to have Thursday as their own featured showcase preliminary day the town of Charleston has become a small town festival. Things will begin on Wednesday morning when hotels and dorms of Eastern Illinois University swell up to capacity. As for the action itself there should be some very good performances.
Check out the footage of the journey that we took for the 2015 state meet championship. Funny Interviews, candid Interviews, informative interviews
f there was such a change for a reformat of the state championship, it could be now. The IHSA could reconstitute the scoring or elect some other method like individuals vs. individuals or team vs. team apart from the current system. Cahokia won their second consecutive state championship on the strength of two girls. Let's repeat this again. Cahokia won their state championship on the strength of two girls.
Sabrina Prepster bringing you the photos for the girls State Championship 1A Finals
As always the 2A classification is the hardest to figure out. But fortunately the preliminary round will sort things out well. The action at O'Brien Stadium on the campus of Eastern Illinois University will take place Friday morning with the field events slated to go off at 8am. The track events will commence at 9am.
Sabrina Prepster bringing you the photos for the girls State Championship 2A finals
Sabrina Prepster bringing you the photos for the girls state championship preliminary rounds for 2A
The legendary Chicago Morgan Park head coach Derrick Calhoun speaks
recap of 3A girls track and field action
Check out all of the hot action from the 3A state preliminaries
Check out the chronicles of the girls state 2A action
Fun interview with Barrington coaches Jody Gitelis and Deb Revolta
detailed action of the 2A track and field action
Illini West High School formerly known as Carthage won its first girls state championship. This is a big deal to the Hancock County community whose school which has only been in existence since 2007. The Chargers were trailing Jamaica (Sidell) 47-42 going into the final event (4x4 relay). They won in 3:59.92 and the 10 points propelled the well rounded Chargers attack to 52 points. Sullivan squeezed by defending champion Aurora (Christian) 40-29 to earn the third place trophy.
Lincoln-Way East coach Angelo Brown discusses his team's three-peat victory
First year Lincoln-Way East girls Head Coach Brian Evans details the winning formula for his team
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