My childhood interaction with Phil Mickelson

By Scott Taylor | @Taylor_Sports With Phil Mickelson leading at the halfway point of The Open championship, I thought I would rehash a meeting I had with him as a spectator at the 2000 Western Open at Cog Hill. I was 15 years old and it was the first of what would be many golf […]

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Bulls’ unsure direction is slippery slope

By Scott Taylor | @Taylor_Sports Chicago professional sports teams should know better than any other town what it takes to win a championship. With the Blackhawks winning three titles in six years, fellow teams should use their blueprint to success. That blueprint being to rebuild your team through the draft and then make trades and […]

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High school transfers remain a joke

By Scott Taylor | @Taylor_Sports I always thought a student should remain at the same school throughout their high school career, unless they face substantial educational obstacles or are often in trouble at a school and are in need of a fresh start. Moving from private to public school or changing schools due to moving […]

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Bulls fans should be happy to see Rose traded

By Scott Taylor | @Taylor_Sports All over social media I keep seeing Bulls fans complain about the Bulls trading away Derrick Rose. I’m not sure if the love for Rose stems from the fact that he grew up in the city or that he had a few good years here before he was injured. Either […]

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2016 a fun season to cover

  By Mark Gregory @Hear_The_Beard When Downers Grove South wrapped up the softball season with a third-place finish and ended the illustrious career of coach Ron Havelka, it also ended the interesting season for us as writers to follow these great stories. The first time I saw DGS softball this season was at the Lockport […]

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NBA Finals are a joke

By Mark Gregory @Hear_The_Beard Any of you who know me know that I love the game of basketball, however, I hate the NBA. Because of the hate for the Association – I don’t watch any games – regular season or the playoffs. But, as fate would have it last night, I went with friends after […]

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