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The news site of Glenbrook South High School.

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The news site of Glenbrook South High School.

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Sophomores bring the heat

Aria Jain, assistant sports editor
February 11, 2022

It is match point. Tension fills the air as sophomore Shannon Dudy, varsity tennis player, awaits her partner’s serve. She hears the smack of the ball against the racket, and seconds later, her opponent...

Girls’ tennis remains unmatched with sectional win

Jonas Evans, staff writer
November 20, 2020

The South varsity girls’ tennis team finished sixth in the state last season but Head Coach Megan Ahlgrim and her team weren’t sure if a season would happen this year. The team’s athletes had their...

Winning wildcat: Returning a serve (left) and getting set to serve (right), Northwestern commit Sydney Pratt prepares to continue her success on the tennis court. Pratt’s tennis prowess drew Northwestern University’s attention, ultimately resulting in a scholarship offer to play for the school’s team on Aug. 28. Courtesy of Sydney Pratt

Pratt looks to Northwestern to continue tennis career

Annie Rogula, sports editor
October 4, 2019

Hard work and dedication have allowed junior Sydney Pratt to dominate in the tennis world, according to her coach Mark Bey, director of the championship training academy at the Glenview Tennis Club. Since...

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