Tuesday, Jun 19, 2018

Sports

Stuck in the mud

An unused area of Milky Way Park and the success of the mud volleyball tournament in Roscoe provided inspiration to Mark Lancaster.

Running for a good cause

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Scott Munks is raising money for Endure to Cure Pediatric Cancer Foundation by participating in the 2013 Bank of America Chicago Marathon Sunday, Oct. 13.

Olson has the need for speed

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Jim Olson, owner of Jim Olson Collision and Olson Motorsports, has raced super late-model cars competitively for more than 10 years.

Former Hornet grabs the ball

The timing was right and Matt Rife was able to take advantage of it. Rife, a 1998 Harvard High School graduate, was hired in June as athletic director for Harvard School District 50.

Girls track in the right state of mind

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Youth was served for the Harvard High School girls track and field team that qualified four individuals, two sophomores and two freshmen, for the May 17 IHSA Class 2A state meet at Eastern Illinois Un

On the right track

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Harvard High School junior Jorge Pichardo had two goals going into the track and field season – set the school record in the 3,200-meter run and qualify for the IHSA Class 2A state track and field m

Setting a standard

Chance Shelton may have graduated from Harvard High School May 21, but his legacy at Harvard High School will remain for quite some time.

A focus on school, skateboarding

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Skateboarders have never had the best reputation.

Schneider throws a no-no

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The Harvard High School baseball team was able to celebrate April 20, and it was not just because of the team’s 5-2 victory over Big Foot High School.

Changes coming to the Harvard pool

Summer is just around the corner, and the warm weather begs the opening of the Harvard community pool, 607 Galvin Parkway.

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