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The Sandburg Eagles Varsity Boys Track team are competing in six events at Eastern Illinois University starting today, and looking for a strong finish to an already memorable season.
The Carl Sandburg High School Varsity Eagles baseball team matched the Homewood-Flossmoor Vikings run for run until the end, losing 4-3 in the 8th inning.
About 2,000 runners trod over 13 miles on Route 83 Sunday morning for the annual First Midwest Half Marathon.
Annalyn Parks, 13, trained to run eight miles of the First Midwest Half Marathon on Sunday, but after the Boston Marathon attack, she decided to run the full race.
Football standout, Patrick Ward, a 2009 graduate of Providence Catholic High School signed on to play with the Miami Dolphins.
Running for Kicks in Palos Heights hosted a run in honor of Boston Monday evening, and saw a turnout that store owner Mel Diab, who ran in the Boston Marathon, described as “amazing.”
Take a look at images from U.S. Cellular Field as the Chicago White Sox kicked off the 2013 season, and see if you recognize a neighbor or two.
What is it that has the president so pessimistic as spring unfolds? Oh ... that.
A current gay NFL player could come out in a few months and continue to play in the league, according to an online columnist. His biggest concern? Harm from homophobic fans. How would you react if he played for your favorite team?
The star linebacker claims he got a raw deal as his career in Chicago ends.
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