The first weekend of the Chicagoland Summer Showcase came to a close at Rock Valley College on Sunday, with another busy day of basketball.
Former Keith Country Day volleyball star Zoe Nunez just finished up her freshman season at Notre Dame, and she found a lot of success right out of the gate.
Antoine Pittman played a few years of college basketball at Bradley, even helping the Braves make the NCAA Tournament last year.
VanVleet even received one NBA Finals MVP from the media.
The Toronto Raptors made NBA history and Fred VanVleet made Rockford history. The Raptors defeated the Golden State Warriors, 114-110, in Game 6 of the NBA Finals, winning the series 4-2 to capture the 1st NBA title in franchise history.
Rock Valley College freshman pitcher Zac Cummins was named to the NJCAA Division III All-American 1st Team following his strong first year with the Golden Eagles.
A historic night unfolded at the City Market pavilion, as it became Jurassic Park Rockford for thousands of Fred VanVleet fans.
The Golden State Warriors caught fire from distance to push the 2019 NBA Finals to a Game 6 on Thursday against the Toronto Raptors.
Faith Reynolds delivered a masterpiece of a final start to her Sycamore softball career, throwing a complete game shutout as the Lady Spartans defeated St. Francis, 3-0 in the 3-A state championship.
The Dixon Dukes’ baseball season, already historic with the program’s first regional, sectional, and Super-Sectional trophies going to Joliet, ended with the Dukes’ first state trophy.
The Rockford Area Convention & Visitors Bureau announced a community watch party at the City Market Pavilion for Game 5 of the NBA Finals as Rockford native Fred VanVleet and the Toronto Raptors are one win away from the franchise’s first championship.