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New team still wins

Milutin Todorovic, staff writer
April 22, 2022

Senior Captain Spencer Vandenberg, trapped in the corner of the field, passes the ball to junior teammate Drew Duffy while senior Captain James Sennott maneuvers his way across the opponent. After Sennott...

Spring Sports Overview

Aria Jain, Emily Pavlik, and Riley Shankman
March 18, 2022

Boys' Volleyball Annie Kotsadam, Varsity Boys’ Volleyball Coach, values commitment as the most important aspect of the game. After their preseason clinics, Kotsadam has hopes for the team to win their...

Lining up at center field, the boys lacrosse team stands together at the start of a game in the 2019 season.

IHSA cancels spring sports season

Skylar Kreske and Emily Pavlik
April 27, 2020

Matthew Larsen, varsity boys’ lacrosse coach, said that his excitement for this season was like no other. Larsen was ready to take the field until the Illinois High School Association (IHSA) announced...

Spring Sports Preview 2019

Boys' Water Polo Boys’ water polo, led by head coach David Lieberman, is diving into the pool this season. According to Lieberman, his goal for the team is to win conference and make it to state. He...

New men’s lacrosse coach aims to strengthen program

Sofia Snyder and Sophie Vick, Staff reporter
May 23, 2016

It’s the year 2005 and Will Jeffery has just been named an All-State Athlete. Fast forward to this year, he’s back to share his experience and knowledge with the Glenbrook South men’s lacrosse program....

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