High School Lites roundup: Week 16

High School Lites roundup: Week 16

The last weekend of IHSA playoff hoops was absolutely thrilling, as the Class 3A-4A state champions were crowned. Follow CSNPreps year round for the latest scores, analysis and news. 

ROUNDUP

Whitney Young gets revenge on Simeon, wins Class 4A crown

Morgan Park rallies to beat Fenwick in overtime for Class 3A crown

Highlights: Whitney Young knocks off Simeon for Class 4A title

Highlights: Morgan Park pulls off epic comeback to beat Fenwick in Class 3A championship

IHSA Class 3A trophy ceremony

IHSA Class 4A trophy ceremony

Highlights: Bolingbrook edges Fremd for third place in Class 3A

Bolingbrook edges Fremd in 4A consolation game

Players, coaches talk Whitney Young's revenge win

Whitney Young's Javon Freeman soars for sick dunk 

Morgan Park's Nick Irvin, Nimari Burnett talk state championship win

Highlights: Bloomington beats Lanphier in Class 3A consolation game

In the Gym at EFT: Dexafit body fat testing

Wintrust Athlete of the Week: Dannie Smith

Crowning champions in Battle of the Fans

Top plays from wild IHSA basketball season

Highlights: New Trier wins Blackhawk Cup over Providence

Glenbard North's Tyrik Henderson goes 1-on-1 with Edgy Tim

Glenbard North's Tyrik Henderson goes 1-on-1 with Edgy Tim

It's been a good winter for Glenbard North junior three-star ranked defensive back Tyrik Henderson (5-foot-10, 165 pounds). Henderson, who added his latest offer on Saturday from Minnesota, has continued to pile up multiple scholarship offers at an impressive rate heading into the all important spring evaluation period. 

Henderson, who also has been playing travel 7-on-7 this winter for Boom Midwest, is a fierce competitor took time from his busy schedule to take part in the annual Dodgeball Madness charity tournament along with some of his Glenbard North teammates. Henderson fills us in on some of his recent offers along with some recent college visit.

I caught up with Tyrik Henderson at the Fifth Annual Franklin Dodgeball Madness Tournament at Franklink Middle School in Wheaton. Proceeds from the tournament benefited the school, the DuPage Hundred Club, Team Red, White and Blue and The Pat Tillman Foundation.

Watch the following video above.

Lake Park's Gino Romano goes 1-on-1 with Edgy Tim

Lake Park's Gino Romano goes 1-on-1 with Edgy Tim

Everyone who took part in the recently-held fifth annual Franklin Middle School Dodgeball Madness charity tournament played for various charitable reasons. The Lake Park Lancers football team chose to honor a person who embodied the true meaning of service and sacrifice.

Lake Park junior linebacker Gino Romano took a few minutes to explain why they decided to play in honor of fallen Bloomingdale police officer Raymond Murrel, the first ever officer who died in the line of duty for the village.

Romano also discussed the Lancers’ offseason and the team’s overall preparation for the upcoming 2017 football slate.

I caught up with Romano at the tournament in Wheaton. Proceeds benefited the school, the DuPage Hundred Club, Team Red, White and Blue and The Pat Tillman Foundation.

Watch the following video above.