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The news site of Glenbrook South High School.

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 Running towards a tackle, junior Charlie Mackimm looks to help his teammate against Niles West on Sept. 28. The Titan’s will hit the turf again tonight at Maine South.

Football learns from last year’s fumbles

Sofia Snyder, co-sports editor
October 6, 2017

Starting the season 3-0, Head Coach David Schoenwetter believed the Titan Football team had a chance of making it to the playoffs. Now, with a 5-1 record, the idea of going to playoffs is a reality. ...

Facing his doubles partner,                                 captain Sebastian DesRoberts                               works on his forehand. DesRoberts and Gupta hope to do well at State.

Men’s tennis strives to succeed in sectionals

Sofia Snyder, asst. sports editor
April 21, 2017

The men’s tennis team recently began their season winning five of their most recent meets. According to head coach Larry Faulkner, the team hopes to succeed as they move farther into the season. According...

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...

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