Plainfield South High School Plainfield, IL, USA

Plainfield South High School

Plainfield, IL, USA

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3A Boys Cross Country Team Preview: #15-#1 Raymond Lewis Aug 24, 2015

The last several years at the top of the 3A food chain has seen Hinsdale Central (enjoying the spoils of victory above last year) eating mighty good. The Red Devils fought off their key would be hunter in Orland Park (Sandburg) in earning a second consecutive state championship.

Dr. Brian Damhoff Blog Speaks: Rivals Coming Together Brian Damhoff Nov 5, 2014

On Saturday at the sectional meet at Chicago Marist something magical happened. However, this had nothing to do with the sectional race. In fact, it was after the race when everyone had left and gone home. By chance, all that was left were two teams, the coaching staffs and some very dedicated parents. The two teams, Plainfield North and Plainfield South, would be thought of as cross country rivals but on this day. Much like South, our entire team continues to train during the cross country “postseason” and it is important to give these kids opportunities to still compete and set PR’s. We ran a time trial at regionals and have done a few time trials at practice as well. We happened to run our time trials at the same time as Plainfield South after the sectional race on Saturday.

Palatine Invite Preview: Another Good One Brewing Tony Jones Sep 26, 2014

In the NCAA ranks, this will be the first weekend that invitationals will count toward their "countable season". The countable season basically means results will count toward at-large consideration into the NCAA Championships. The IHSA does not have this (perhaps they should and that is a discussion for another day)...

Plainfield South Builds Off Success Todd Grasley Apr 5, 2012

The 2011 boys track season ended with Plainfield South rallying to win the Class 3A state 1,600-meter relay by a nose. The 2012 outdoor season is just getting started, and chances are better than good the Cougars will add to their growing track history. “When (via heraldnews.suntimes.com)