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Fall 2017 ESCC championships                    
 9/25: Girls golf at Carmel Catholic (Bonnie Brook)
 9/28: Boys golf at Saint Patrick (Pine Meadows)
10/
6-7: Girls tennis at Joliet Catholic
10/14: Boys cross country at Saint Viator (Melas Park)
10/14: Girls cross country at Saint Viator (Melas Park)
 

Winter 2017-18 ESCC championship
1/26: Wrestling at Carmel Catholic

Spring 2018 ESCC championships
                   
5/2: Girls track at Carmel Catholic
5/10: Boys track at Carmel Catholic
5/10-12
: Boys tennis at Benet

ESCC Hall of Fame Dinner April 6 (2017 class)                    ESCC College Signings

 
 

 

 


 

 
 


Spring 2017 ESCC championships
5/3: Girls track at Carmel Catholic (Marian Catholic champion)
5/10: Boys track at Notre Dame (Benet champion)
5/11-13: Boys tennis at Benet (Benet champion)

Winter 2016-17 ESCC championship
1/27: Wrestling at Carmel Catholic (Marist champion)

Fall 20
16 ESCC championships
                   
 9/26: Girls golf at Carmel Catholic (Benet champion)
 9/29: Boys golf at Saint Patrick (Saint Viator champion)
10/
7-8: Girls tennis at Joliet Catholic (Benet champion)
10/15: Boys cross country at Marist (Benet champion)
10/15: Girls cross country at Marist (Benet champion)


 

Avenging two earlier losses, Saint Viator topped Marian Catholic, 10-8, on June 10 in Joliet to capture the Class 3A baseball championship.


 

Marian Catholic defeated ESCC rival Marian Central Catholic on Nov. 12 to capture the IHSA 3A girls volleyball state championship.

 

Benet Academy won a repeat IHSA Class 4A state championship on March 5 with a 42-39 title-game decision over Palatine Fremd at ISU's Redbird Arena.


With a 1-0 victory over Lincoln-Way East, Marist won its second IHSA Class 4A softball crown on June 13 in East Peoria.







 

Carmel Catholic women's soccer defeated Chatham Glenwood, 1-0, on June 6 to win the IHSA Class 2A state title.


Benet Academy defeated Palatine Fremd, 61-39, on March 7 to capture the IHSA Class 4A girls basketball championship.













 

Kankakee McNamara captured the IHSA Class 2A girls basketball title for 2015 with a 55-51 victory over Breese Central.

 

Nazareth Academy completed a perfect season and captured the IHSA Class 6A football championship with a 26-7 victory over Lemont at the University of Illinois.

 

Benet Academy defeated Libertyville, 25-10, 25-10 on Nov. 15 at ISU's Redbird Arena to capture the IHSA Class 4A state volleyball championship.

 

Bishop McNamara completed a 35-0 season by defeating Tremont, 8-2, on June 2 to win the IHSA Class 2A state championship at East Peoria.

 

Marian Catholic captured the IHSA 4A state championship on March 2 at ISU's Redbird Arena with a 48-47 victory over Rolling Meadows.

 

 


Benet Academy repeated as Class 4A IHSA state girls volleyball champions with a victory over New Trier on Nov. 10 at ISU's Redbird Arena.



Marian Catholic defeated LaSalle-Peru, 10-2, on June 9 to capture the IHSA 3A state baseball championship in Joliet.

 

Marist blanked Bartlett, 5-0, on June 9 to capture the Class 4A IHSA state softball championship in East Peoria.

Carmel Catholic won the IHSA Girls Gymnastics state title on Feb. 18 at Palatine High School.





Benet Academy captured the Class 4A IHSA state girls volleyball championship on Nov. 12 at ISU's Redbird Arena.

 




Marist captured the IHSA Boys Volleyball state championship on June 5, 2010 at Hoffman Estates High School.

 

 



























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