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Men’s volleyball looks to build on 2-2 start

Danny Pauletto, staff reporter
April 22, 2017

After being defeated by Glenbrook North on Friday, April 7, the Glenbrook South men’s volleyball team is looking to bounce back and improve before the playoffs. According to head coach Tim Monahan, playing...

Preparing to take down his opponent, senior captain Ethan Bond, 132 pounds, wins against Bufflo Grove at the Regional tournament on Feb. 4. The team continues to improve each practice and meet and hopes to win a sectional title this Friday, Feb. 10, according to head coach Pat Castillo.

Men’s wrestling strives to improve for Sectionals

Danny Pauletto, Staff Reporter
February 10, 2017

Glenbrook South’s men’s wrestling team placed fifth at the IHSA Regionals on Feb. 4 and hopes to make it to IHSA Sectionals on Feb. 10. According to senior wrestler Daniel Provich, he is looking to...

MAKING  A   SPLASH:  Quickly breathing, senior swimmer Sam Iida  races the clock in the 200 yard freestyle where he broke the pool record with a time of 1:39.97.

Men’s swim & dive hopes to keep up winning momentum

Danny Pauletto and Simon Farber
December 16, 2016

The GBS men’s swimming team is preparing for another run at the State Championship this season, according to head coach Keith MacDonald. The Titans still have high expectations for themselves, despite...

Weinman commits to Denver, reflects on career

Danny Pauletto and Simon Farber
November 4, 2016

She’s scored almost 1,000 points in her basketball career.  She led South’s women’s basketball team to the Sectionals last season.  She’s already committed to play Division I basketball at Denver...

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