A member of one of Illinois' great football-coaching families, Ted Monken has resigned as football coach at West Chicago. Monken submitted his resignation Wednesday to West Chicago athletic director Doug Mullaney, who confirmed that the resignation will be accepted during the Community High School District 94 Board meeting Tuesday. Monken will continue to teach physical education at the high school.
Glenbard South's Stevan Plavsic has the eye of the tiger. It overcame the stomach of the mouse. The junior ate nothing before competing in four events Saturday at the Metro Suburban Conference boys indoor track and field invitational on his home track. He nonetheless won shot put and 55-meter low hurdles and placed second in high jump and 55 high hurdles. It helped the Raiders earn a lofty 131 points that nearly doubled runner-up Riverside-Brookfield's 67.
St. Edward's Zach Olenek, exhausted, pulled himself from the 200-meter dash. Never know, he might have won that, too. The junior went 3-for-3 at the Metro Suburban Conference boys indoor track and field invitational Saturday at Glenbard South. He came from a fifth seed to capture the long jump, won the 400-meter run and won the 55 dash out of the second-fastest heat, not easy.
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Selecting a term
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