Herald-News Girls Basketball Top 10
February 25, 2013 7:32PM
Updated: March 27, 2013 6:07AM
Records through Feb. 24
1. Bolingbrook (24-5)
Raiders faced off against rival Whitney Young on Monday night.
2. Romeoville (27-5)
Blowout loss to Bolingbrook doesn’t take away from great season.
3. Joliet Catholic (24-5)
Upset loss in sectional semis, but the future is bright for the Angels.
4. Plainfield East (24-5)
Suggs expected to be East star next season.
5. Lincoln-Way East (20-9)
Krolicki, C. McMahon, O’Grady more than solid building blocks for future.
6. Coal City (23-7)
Coalers more than handle bump up to Class 3A from 2A this season.
7. Minooka (14-18)
Turnovers put end to Indians’ postseason run in sectional semis.
8. Peotone (19-10)
Campione, Paeth, Maupin named to Interstate 8 All-Conference.
9. Lemont (14-14)
Jerantowski, Vermejan expected to lead Indians’ backcourt next season.
10. Lincoln-Way West (12-14)
Bax, McDonald, Ray, Morgan expected to head strong returning group for the Warriors.