Friday, May 17, 2013
Senior Carly Jaworski allowed two hits and struck out five in Lemont's 1-0 win over South Suburban Blue rival Oak Forest.
The score: Lemont 1, Oak Forest 0 The way it happened: The South Suburban Blue conference title was on the line Thursday as Lemont took on rival Oak Forest. Lemont needed a victory to take the crown; a loss would have meant a three-way tie with Oak Forest and Tinley Park. After sharing the title with Oak Forest last year and repeatedly finishing second in years past, the Indians finally came out on top with a 1-0 win Thursday—ending the Bengals' eight-year reign as conference champions. Lemont improved to 21-5 on the season and 17-2 in conference play. The Bengals slipped to 20-14 overall and 15-4 in South Suburban Blue. Senior Carly Jarowski (9-5) led the Indians on the mound, allowing only two hits and tallying five strikeouts. She went …
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
The Lemont softball team is collecting donations April 30 - May 3 in advance of their May 14 game against Bremen. All proceeds will benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and the American Cancer Society.
Lemont High School’s varsity softball program is teaming up with Bremen High School to "Strike Out Cancer." The varsity teams are scheduled to play at 4:30 p.m. on May 14, but the game is more than a regular-season conference match-up. Prior to the game, donations will be collected for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and the American Cancer Society. Both the varsity and sophomore levels of Lemont’s softball program are working to collect one-time donations to “Strike Out Cancer.” The softball program also will be selling “LHS Strikes Out Cancer” T-shirts for $10 in advance of event. Members of head coach Chris Traina’s softball program will be collecting donations from their classmates during lunch periods from April 30-May 3. Additionally…
Friday, November 16, 2012
LHS hosted a college commitment ceremony Wednesday for student-athletes Carly Jaworski, Megan Litoborski and Ethan Pocic.
Friday, November 16, 2012
Three Lemont High School student-athletes are signing national letters of intent to play their sport in college. Information about their accomplishments was provided by Lemont High School. Carly Jaworski – Softball, Lewis University Lemont High School senior infielder/pitcher Carly Jaworski has signed a National Letter of Intent to play college softball at Lewis University in Romeoville beginning in 2014. Jaworski has performed well both at the plate and in the circle for two seasons, and will play a significant role for head coach Christine Traina’s Indians in 2014. In Jaworski’s two varsity seasons, Lemont has posted a 51-18 record and won one South Suburban Conference-Blue Division title and one IHSA Regional crown. Jaworski is a career…
Thursday, July 5, 2012
Each week, Lemont Patch will seek suggestions from readers for individual kids, youth groups, teens and even sports teams that wow us with their accomplishments.
Each week, Lemont Patch will seek suggestions from readers for individual kids, youth groups, teens and even sports teams that wow us with their accomplishments. We want to hear about these amazing children and teens and select one each week as the Patch Whiz Kid. Submit your nomination in our comment box below or e-mail the information to Local Editor Amanda Luevano at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include all of the information included below. And without further ado, this week's Whiz Kids are... Whiz Kids’ Names: Morgan Gardner, Katrina Retzke, Lucy Conway, Grace Kucharski, Avarie Woday, Maggie O'Brien, Maddie Surin, Danielle Irwin, Emma Lochen, Sarah Kerfin, Mikaela Egan Accomplishment: After finishing their first season in the I-80 …
Friday, May 18, 2012
The Bengals beat the Indians 4-2 on Thursday to capture the South Suburban Conference title.
Friday, April 27, 2012
Lauren May went 3-for-5 with a two-run home run during the Indians' 19-3 victory Thursday.
Friday, April 13, 2012
The No. 8 Indians (14-2, 10-1) beat their South Suburban Blue rival 8-7 on Thursday.
Wednesday, November 9, 2011
The Lemont High School seniors signed National Letters of Intent during a special ceremony Wednesday afternoon.
Two Lemont High School seniors signed National Letters of Intent to join Division I athletic programs during a special ceremony Wednesday afternoon. Left-handed pitcher Tyler Jay will play baseball for the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign beginning in 2013. He is the fourth Lemont baseball player in the past two years to earn an NCAA Division I scholarship. Outfielder Alexis Valone, will play softball in 2013 for Bowling Green State University, which is located in Bowling Green, OH. Jay has made quite a name for himself since joining head coach Joe Rodeghero's squad his sophomore year. In two varsity seasons, he has posted a 9-3 record with two saves over 74.2 innings, racking up 102 strikeouts — more than 9.5 per seven innings…
Wednesday, June 1, 2011
Oak Forest 4, Lemont 1. The Bengals didn't let a little adversity affect them as they advanced to the Class 3A sectional finals.
Touching All the Bases: Lemont came out and immediately put pressure on Oak Forest, scoring a run in the top of the first inning of the Bengals' 4-1 victory in Wednesday's Class 3A sectional softball semifinal. The Indians put their first two runners on base before Bengals pitcher Emily Norton struck out the next two for some damage control. With two outs, Lemont first baseman Carli Kavanagh hit an RBI single, scoring Erica Nagel for the game's first run. Lemont pitcher Becka Anderson battled throughout. She never gave up a big inning, but the Bengals lineup stayed patient and chipped away. Oak Forest tied the game 1-1 in the second. Shortstop Jordan Skirha boomed a one-out double, and two batters later she was driven home by Ashley …
Saturday, April 23, 2011
Lemont 13-8, Plainfield South 3-5. Carly Jaworski leads the Indians on the mound and at the plate in their victory.
Lemont took advantage of the high winds in their doubleheader Saturday against Plainfield South, winning 13-3 in five innings and 8-5 to improve to 11-5 on the season. “I’m really proud of the way the girls played,” Indians coach Christine Traina said. The Indians had little trouble scoring in both games. They scored at least one run in nine out of 11 innings on offense. The Cougars made several defensive lapses and weren’t comfortable with the high winds swirling around them. One player who was very comfortable was game one pitcher Carly Jaworski. She went a combined four for eight in the two games and had six RBI in game one, including a three-run homer and a three-run walkoff double that ended the game. “(Jaworski) had an outstanding …