Friday, January 18, 2013
The Redhawks took on Providence Thursday evening. Watch the full meet replay on Patch via High School Cube.
The Redhawk wrestlers took on Providence at home Thursday night. Watch a replay of the whole meet here on Patch with some help from High School Tube. Looking for more sports stories? Check Out Sandburg Eagles Hockey on Local Voices Watch Basketball: Marist vs. St. Laurence Athlete of the Month: Sandburg's Ruzevich Scores High Marks - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - There are plenty of ways to keep up on local news:
Saturday, January 12, 2013
Watch the Redhawks take on the Vikings on Patch.
It's a local basketball match up right here on Patch. The Marist Redhawks took on the St. Laurence Vikings on Tuesday. If you missed the live broadcast, you can watch a full replay of all the action. Also: Brother Rice vs. Washington Sign up for Orland Park Patch breaking news alerts. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. Looking for more sports stories?
Sunday, June 3, 2012
Summer is upon us and that means school sports are put to a temporary halt until next fall. Take a look back at all of the big plays and other achievements on the fields, courts, pools and elsewhere.
Thursday, December 8, 2011
High-energy RedHawks improved to 10-0 Wednesday night and claimed the top spot in the Patch Power Rankings.
1. Marist (10-0): The pass-happy RedHawks followed up Monday’s 67-33 demolition of Lockport with a 61-20 rout of Bishop McNamara on Wednesday night. 2. Lincoln-Way East (4-0): Griffins will end a long layoff when they make the trip to Joliet tonight. 3. Marian Catholic (5-2): Six-foot-1 junior Megan Walsh is asserting herself as an inside force. 4. Homewood-Flossmoor (7-3): Senior guard Danielle Woolfolk scored 23 points in H-F’s 56-40 win over Rich Central on Monday and proved once again she can take over games down the stretch. 5. Rich Central (8-3): Olympians were without starting guard Alex Stanford, post player Layne Murphy and coach Bryan Craig in Monday’s loss to H-F. The three were serving IHSA suspensions after being ejected from …
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Eagles survive in hotly contested Game 1, then use a big push to take sectional title in straight sets.
If you're a Sandburg fan and the name of Marist coach Bob St. Leger rings a bell, it should. St. Leger is a 2000 graduate of Sandburg High School and played on two back-to-back state championship boys' volleyball teams (1999 and 2000). St. Leger brought his defending state champion Marist RedHawks into his alma mater for the Class 3A Sectional championship match on Tuesday night. But the Eagles sent him home disappointed. Sandburg swept past Marist in two straight games (25-23, 25-16). Game 1 was tied eight times, including as late as 17-17. Then, the Eagles staged a four-point rally to build a 21-17 margin. Marist drew as close as 24-23 before Sanburg's Andrew Muys dropped down the game-winning block. In Game 2, Sandburg carried the …
Friday, April 1, 2011
A new baseball season begins with four Southland products on big league rosters: Tim Byrdak, Jason Frasor, Tom Gorzelanny and Garrett Jones.
Another major league baseball season begins today in Chicago. The Cubs play host to the Pirates at Wrigley Field. Meanwhile, the White Sox are set to open in Cleveland. And, while all eyes will be on the two Chicago ballclubs, don’t forget about some of the homegrown talent playing elsewhere in the majors. Namely: Byrdak, a 5-foot-11, 190-pounder, is a left-handed relief specialist. His job is to come in and retire left-handed hitters. And he has been very effective doing just that throughout a career that has spanned parts of nine major league seasons. Byrdak has limited left-handed hitters to a .202 batting average during stints with the Astros, Tigers, Orioles and Royals. He won a spot in the Mets’ bullpen this spring. Byrdak went 2-2 …
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
A daily video recap of the Southland's top stories
UPDATED: Village to State: Leave TIFs to Us Continuing Care 'Idol' Effect Continues to Resonate with Medina, Ramos Game of the Week: Defending Boys Volleyball Champ Marist Opens with Win over Providence
Tuesday, February 22, 2011
A daily video recap of the Southland's top stories
Elderly Woman Swindled in Walt's Parking Lot D229 to Start Cutting Coaches and Club Advisors Trolley Barn Moves Into Second Century of Business District Officials: Despite Empty Space in Cherry Hill, Consolidating Not… Extra Points: Marian Catholic Benches Homewood-Flossmoor Marist Subdues L-Way East Attack
Thursday, February 17, 2011
Sports Editor Ron Kremer ranks the region's top girls basketball team's from 1-5, plus the five knocking on the door.
1. Marian Catholic (27-4): Four players scored in double figures in the Spartans’ 95-34 victory over Lincoln-Way Central, led by Jasmine Matthews’ 19 points. Next: Tonight vs. Providence in Class 4A Providence Catholic Regional final. 2. Lincoln-Way East (24-5): Griffins take care of business in 60-29 victory over Crete-Monee, but won’t get to battle vs. Sister School in regional final as Lincoln-Way North falls. Next: Tonight vs. T.F. South in Class 4A Crete-Monee Regional final. 3. Marist (25-5): RedHawks dispatch of Shepard 62-24 behind 13 points from Asiana Bey. Next: Tonight vs. Sandburg in Class 4A Shepard Regional final. 4. Homewood-Flossmoor (21-7): Charnelle Reed, Danielle Woolfolk and Sydni Johnson advance in Three-Point Showdwon…
Thursday, February 10, 2011
Sports Editor Ron Kremer ranks the top area girls basketball teams from 1-5, plus the five knocking on the door.
1. Marian Catholic (25-4): Spartans take down Trinity 57-49 behind a game-high 19 points from Simone Law. And that was just the week’s appetizer. Next: Friday vs. Fenwick. 2. Lincoln-Way East (20-5): Taylor Johnson lights up Homewood-Flossmoor with 33-point performance as the Griffins notch a 62-51 victory. And now some are wondering, "Kelly who?" Next: Tonight vs. Lockport. 3. Marist (24-4): Randyll Butler's 8-footer at the buzzer boosted the RedHawks to a thrilling 65-63 victory over Fenwick. No better way to prepare for playoffs. Next: Tonight at Trinity. 4. Homewood-Flossmoor (19-6): Charnelle Reed scored 22 points in the Vikings' loss to Lincoln-Way East. She had 13 points and three rebounds earlier as H-F rallied from 10-0 deficit to…