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Providence was beaten not long after it had started when it played East St. Louis a season ago in New Lenox.
On the road on Saturday, Aug. 26, the Celtics gave the defending Class 7A champs quite the fight before falling 40-28.
“They’re a great team,” Celtics coach Mark Coglianese said. “We knew that coming in, but I’m very proud of the way we played, the effort our guys gave. We kept fighting. We were down early and kept battling back.”
Mullets Sports Bar and Restaurant
(14903 S. Bell Road, Homer Glen; (708) 645-7000)
7 p.m. Wednesdays: Trivia
The Outpost Pub & Grill
(14929 Archer Ave., Lockport; (815) 836-8893)
8 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays: Live DJ and Karaoke
Cross of Glory Lutheran Church (14719 W. 163rd St., Homer Glen)
Create Your Summer Fun
1-3 p.m. Saturday, July 22. The church is hosting a fundraiser event with activity sessions. Admission is $10.
Providence made history Wednesday, Oct. 1, at Cog Hill in Lemont.
The Celtics fired a school-record 282 Cog Hill No. 3 to win the Catholic League Conference. Their score was 6-under-par and it was needed as runner-up Loyola was just behind them, closing with a 286 as both squads were on their game.
It was the second time this fall that the Celtics have established a new school best as they needed a tremendous effort to hold off Loyola.
Christ Community Church
(13400 Bell Road, Lemont)
9:30 a.m. Sundays. Worship is casual.
Christmas Eve Service
6 p.m. Dec. 24. Christ Community will be celebrating when hope came alive.
First United Methodist Church of Lockport