Thursday, February 21, 2013
The team won Wednesday's game in double-overtime.
Thursday, February 21
The Maine South boys’ basketball team beat Niles North Wednesday to clinch the Central Suburban League title, the Niles Herald-Spectator reports. The Hawks came out on top over the Vikings with a 64-61 win in double-overtime play. Maine South’s top scorer was senior Danny Quinn with 9 points, 14 rebounds and 8 assists, the newspaper reports.
Sunday, February 17, 2013
Maine South beat New Trier 49-46 in overtime.
Maine South defeated New Trier 49-46 in overtime. It was CN100's game of the week. Like Niles-Morton Grove Patch on Facebook
Friday, January 11, 2013
Even placed among some of the best high school athletes in the country at the Semper Fidelis bowl, the Maine South senior emerged as a top player in the game.
Maine South quarterback Matt Alviti is coming off one heck of a game. According to Recruiting.Scout.com, Alviti "comes from a high school system that will have him prepared for college. He is a great passer who can make all the throws. "He has touch when he needs to, velocity when he needs to, and does very well on the run. He's an athletic kid who can make plays with his feet and escape the rush and he has great poise and intangibles," the website added. Alviti was recently named a top performer in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl. Although his team lost, Alviti finished 10 of 12 and passed for 104-yards and a score. The game aired on NFL Network on Jan. 4. You can check out some video of the game here. The Semper Fidelis All-American…
Sunday, November 4, 2012
Maine South avoids falling in the second round for a second year in a row, and continues their undefeated trend into the class 8A quarterfinals by beating Conant Saturday afternoon at Wilson Field.
After a dominating win against Lane Tech in the first round of IHSA playoffs, the Maine South Hawks looked to soar their way past the eighth seeded Conant and into the quarterfinals. Their path did not come easily, as the Cougars held the Hawks scoreless until the second quarter, along with a few hiccups throughout the game. Like Niles-Morton Grove Patch on Facebook for news, conversation At 4:49 in the first quarter a controversial fumble call set the tone for the rest of the game. Hawks quarterback Matt Alviti was tackled by Cougars Tim Manczko near the 15 yard line and was ruled a fumble. After talking with the other referees and hearing yells from the coaches, the call was then reversed, but the Hawks still could not convert the …
Friday, November 2, 2012
The high school football playoffs continue here at home in Park Ridge.
After defeating Lane Tech last week in the playoffs, Maine South High School's football team advanced and will face Conant High School Saturday, Nov. 3 at 1 p.m. at Maine South, 1111 S. Dee Road, Park Ridge. Excitement is high, as Maine South has been the state champ in the Illinois High School Association's Class 8A three times in the past four seasons, according to espn.com. The Hawks made it to the final playoff game last year but lost to the Stevenson Patriots. Watch the game on highschoolcube.com Saturday at 1 p.m. Want to scout out the competition? See video of previous Conant games. Go Hawks! Like Park Ridge Patch or Niles-Morton Grove Patch, or both, on Facebook for news and conversation Get Park Ridge news or Niles-Morton …
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
A roundup of high school football teams in the state.
An undefeated Maine South High School clobbered Niles North 45-0--ouch--and Loyola Academy beat Providence 41-21, according to KFVS. It which reported how top Illinois high school football teams are doing this season. Like Niles-Morton Grove Patch or Park Ridge Patch on Facebook.
Thursday, January 5, 2012
Check out Patch Basketball Rankings for the week.
Patch sports reporter Ross Jacobson ranks the North Shore’s basketball teams. Basketball teams got their last games in before participating in holiday tournaments over the next two weeks. New Trier and Maine South have separated themselves so far as the two schools with above-average boys and girls teams, but the next four aren’t too far off. Glenbrook North, Evanston, Niles North and Deerfield all jumped two spots from last week while Highland Park had the biggest drop, going from seventh to 11th. Last week’s ranking is in parentheses. WEEK 5 RANKINGS 1. New Trier (1) – New Trier’s 54-53 win over Waukegan showed they have the ability to win tough games on the road. Yet Waukegan’s effort also means New Trier is anything but invincible. …
Tuesday, December 27, 2011
Patch's latest basketball power rankings.
Patch sports reporter Ross Jacobson ranks the North Shore’s basketball teams. Niles West, Loyola and Glenbrook North made waves at early holiday tournaments, but a number of girls teams struggled. All of the area’s boys teams were off, resting and preparing for a full slate of games between Christmas and New Years. New Trier and Glenbrook North will go to the always-tough Proviso West tournament while Glenbrook South and Highland Park will try out the first annual Hinsdale South tournament. For all teams, this is the last batch of non-conference games before the meat of their conference schedules get under way in 2012. Last week’s ranking is in parentheses. WEEK 6 RANKINGS 1. New Trier (1) – Both of New Trier’s basketball teams were off …
Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Niles West remained at No. 3 in this week's power rankings.
Patch sports reporter Ross Jacobson ranks the North Shore’s basketball teams. All the talk at the start of the girls season was about the three-team race for the CSL South title between Niles West, Maine South and New Trier. Yet in mid-December, the last remaining undefeated team is Glenbrook South. New Trier still seems to be the class of the CSL on the boys side, especially after Glenbrook North fell to Deerfield last week. Maine South jumped up to No. 2 and is our biggest riser this week. Meanwhile Glenbrook North fell down to No. 5. Last week’s ranking is in parentheses. WEEK 3 RANKINGS 1. New Trier (1) – The boys took care of their first two CSL South games by easily dispatching of Niles West and Glenbrook South last week. But the …
Friday, December 16, 2011
Niles West moved up a spot after the Wolves swept their series against Niles North.
Patch sports reporter Ross Jacobson ranks the North Shore’s basketball teams. December brings Christmas music, the real threat of snow flurries and, of course, conference games for high school basketball. New Trier remains on top after the girls team beat Maine South for their first victory in the CSL South, but the Trevians are far from invincible with the boys team losing to Warren. On the boys side, Evanston edged Maine South on a last-minute layup while Niles North and Niles West had another couple of entertaining games in their annual early-season rivalry series. Last week’s ranking is in parentheses. WEEK 3 RANKINGS 1. New Trier (1) – The boys lost their first game of the season against Warren -- ranked No. 2 in the state – but …