Cintado and Cheung hit the ground running

Sarah Cruz, Features Editor

September 28, 2012

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Over the summer seniors Alex Cintado and Dan Cheung each ran over 500 miles in preparation for the upcoming cross country season. “We probably ran about 60 miles a week,” said Cheung. “It’s tough, but you have to do it.” Although Cintado has been competing on the track and fiel... Read more »

Athlete of the month: Hare is a hit on volleyball team

Sonia Ehrlich, Opinions Editor

September 28, 2012

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Earlier this year, captains Patricia Hare and Maddie Quayle “kidnapped” the junior players. From there, the team went to a fish store in Deerfield where they obtained Squishy, the team fish, who now resides on Head Volleyball Coach Chris Cooper’s desk. ... Read more »

Sisters swing momentum in Spartans’ favor

Zach Hamer, Managing Editor

September 28, 2012

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In just their second tournament as teammates, sisters Ashley and Amy Hong accomplished what no other duo had been able to in Head Coach Pat Wagner’s six year tenure as coach. The pair shot 1-over, 73, en route to a first place finish in the two-person best ball format Highlan... Read more »

Scholl headed to EIU

Matt Coleman, Staff Writer

May 24, 2012

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Last August, senior Jason Scholl took a step forward in his baseball career by committing to Eastern Illinois University, a Division 1 school located in Charleston, Ill. Scholl said he has been contacted by Major League Baseb... Read more »

Resnick looks to pitch at Bradley

Grace Ruklick, Staff Writer

May 24, 2012

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At age seven, starting pitcher Peter Resnick fell in love with the game of baseball. For the past four years, Resnick had been pitching for Glenbrook North and is planning on continuing his athletic career at Bradley University. “I... Read more »

Roller coaster season ends with team sixth in conference

Zach Zilber, Sports Editor

May 24, 2012

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He was just standing on the diving board, trying to explain a drill when someone threw him a ball. As a result, Head Coach Mark Rebora lost his balance and fell into the pool. “There are always things happening,” said Rebora abou... Read more »

Horwitz expects to swim at Marymount

Mikail Siddiki, Executive Sports Editor

May 24, 2012

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During her varsity career she was four time all conference, a four time state qualifier, two time all state and an All-American during her senior year for two relay events. But senior Stephanie Horwitz is not ready to give... Read more »

Ponticelli tackles challenge of three sports

Daniel Dexter, Sports Editor

May 24, 2012

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In a packed Niles North gymnasium, 12 season athlete Trevor Ponticelli stood at the free throw line with the Glenbrook North basketball team down two points iwith 19.1  seconds to go in theregional championship. He proceed to make ... Read more »

Role reversal: Athletes take talents to the sideline

Andrew Salomone, Staff Writer

May 24, 2012

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For the first time in their basketball careers, the roles of seniors Jake Scholl and Mark Johnson were completely reversed from players to coaches. When they became aware there was a shortage of coaches for the Northbrook Pa... Read more »

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