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The ESPY Award winner has become friends with the Indians' coach and many of the team's players.

Mt. Greenwood »

History teacher Randy Coe has been the RedHawks' public address announcer for the past 35 years.

West Loop »

Sam Schmakel, who also has claimed five national titles, leads his team into this weekend's IHSA finals.

Old Town »

The Raiders' top point producer also recently scored a 27 on his ACT exam.

West Englewood »

The state's fourth-ranked heavyweight is 20-0 and also has an extensive martial arts background.

Ashburn »

The Mustangs' standout quarterback accounted for 38 touchdowns during his senior season.

South Lawndale »

The one-time teammate of Kevin Garnett dubbed his squad the Admirals, after his alma mater's team.

Ashburn »

O'Neill, who works at the Southwest Side Catholic school, is a longtime Big Ten official.

Streeterville »

Ogden International senior Jeremiah Smith has been aided by his unofficial grandmother, Marcy Goldberg.

Old Town »

The state's top two academic high schools have a heated rivalry on the basketball court.

North Center »

The Rams, coached by former superstar player Tom Kleinschmidt, can claim victory No. 1,000 Friday night.

Woodlawn »

The Caravan's Luke Cipich has always looked out for his sibling Keith, who has cerebral palsy.

Englewood »

More than three decades later, the Raiders remain the only CPS team to reach an IHSA state championship.

Lincoln Park »

The Lions senior, committed to play at Syracuse, has been able to jam a basketball since seventh grade.

Mt. Greenwood »

Senior Jack Hynes has been hiking the ball to his classmate and friend Jack Donegan since fifth grade.