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Shooting for stronger chemistry

Jonnie Devine, staff writer
March 22, 2024

Girls’ Varsity Lacrosse is ready to compete and work as a collective group this season, midfielder, senior Gabi Swidler, said. The girls are striving to achieve their key goal of bonding as...

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...

Raging Rivals:   Starting off the game, sophomore Meghan Bireley faces off against Souths’ rival Loyola. The team wasn’t able to secure a win and lost 16-6, however, they have since had a winning record of 15-4 this season, according to Head Coach Annie Lesch.

Girls’ lacrosse uses team bond to their advantage

Lexi Babich, staff reporter
May 24, 2019

Over the course of this season, the varsity girls’ lacrosse team has become confident, hardworking, and more spirited, according to Head Coach Annie Lesch. The girls consistently work together as a team,...

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...

The rest of the players on the field (right) walk back to the draw circle after scoring against the Trevians. The women lost to New Trier by a score of 14-7, according to captain Sophie Hensley.

Girl’s lacrosse looks to place at state

Simon Farber, staff reporter
April 21, 2017

The GBS women’s lacrosse team is back on the field this spring, following six consecutive Sectional Championships in 2011-2016.  The Titans travelled to California over spring break where they faced...

EYES ON THE PRIZE: Running past Oak Park River Forest defenders, Lindsey Karsh, junior midfield and attack (left) tries to keep cradling the ball while moving down the field during a game on April 14. The Titans beat Oak Park River Forest BY a score of 16-6.

Women’s lacrosse looks to compete well in regular season

Samantha Casey, co-sports editor
April 27, 2016

After losing numerous seniors in 2015, the women’s lacrosse team looks to play to their best ability in every game rather than focusing on their post-season placement, according to Head Coach Annie...

Women’s lacrosse looks to surpass past ranking

Women’s lacrosse looks to surpass past ranking

May 29, 2015

With a current record of 17-3, the women’s lacrosse team has their eyes set on winning state*, according to senior captain Olivia Eigel. “[Our goals are to] stay intense in practice and push each...

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