basketball

Stanback, Ogom lead H-F to OT win over Bloom

Homewood-Flossmoor senior forward Issac Stanback helped will the Vikings to a win in an overtime thriller against Bloom 64-61. H-F advances to the second game of the state basketball tournament's sectional round.  

H-F steals game from Marist in close rematch

Homewood Flossmoor’s Vikings survived Marist 42-39 Tuesday, regardless of the Redhawks' late push in the fourth quarter. 

H-F beats Lockport to finish off senior night

Homewood-Flossmoor’s Vikings dominated Lockport 74-57 to give the team the perfect ending to their Senior Night celebration. Senior Issac Stanback led the way for the Vikings with 22 points and 13 rebounds.

Bolingbrook's 3rd quarter helps team roll past Vikings

Homewood-Flossmoor's Vikings couldn't compete against Bolingbrook's 16-4 run in the third quarter of Friday's at-home game. Despite their best efforts, the Vikings took the 86-63 loss.

Struggling Simeon sneaks by H-F

The Homewood-Flossmoor Vikings lost another close game Friday, falling to Simeon 57-54. The Vikings have a record of 5-3 but all three of those losses have been within a deficit of five points. 

H-F falls to Bloom in tight game Friday

Bloom High School squeezed by Homewood-Flossmoor High’s Vikings 57-53 in a heated rematch. 

Flossmoor student inspired by NBA star and Marian Catholic High graduate

  R.J. Ogom from Flossmoor works with a
  camper during the Tyler Ulis Foundation
  basketball camp. Ogom, a sophomore at
  Marian Catholic was happy to volunteer
  at the camp, which was held at Marian
  Catholic.
(Photos by Mary Compton/
  H-F Chronicle)

Homewood trustees laud James Hart basketball team

The James Hart Junior High School eighth-grade basketball team took third place in the state tournament with a victory Feb. 18 over Summit Hill Junior High. On Tuesday, the Panthers received kudos from the Homewood Board of Trustees, which approved a resolution honoring the team's accomplishment. Trustees also approved a contract to upgrade security features at village facilities.

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