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Statesman

David Sulnius ’23 makes the first shot of the night five seconds into the shot clock. Sulnius had an efficient night, shooting a bolstering hot 75 percent from three and 66 percent from the field.

Stevenson Shows No Mercy In the Fourth

Peter Pynadath | January 31, 2023

In a matchup against the Waukegan Bulldogs (8-9) on Jan. 10, the Stevenson Patriots (13-2) won 73-64 with standout performances from David Sulnius ’23 (15 points) and Jack Dabbs ’24 (16 points, 9 rebounds,...

Kendell Williams ’24 drives to the rim to force a defensive collapse. Stevenson did a great job of getting close to the rim, forcing defensive switches to leave someone wide open from three.

Patriots Paint a Victory against Hampshire

Peter Pynadath | January 12, 2023

On Jan. 5, the Stevenson girls basketball team (14-6) took down the Hampshire Whip-Purs (11-7), securing the win 53-42 in a non-conference game. To start the game, Emory Klatt ’24 turned the corner...

Emory Klatt ’24 makes a tough contested layup in the paint. Stevenson relied heavily on her and Kate Arne ’23 in the post throughout the game.

Patriots Take the Roar out of the Lions

Peter Pynadath | December 26, 2022

In a conference matchup at home on Dec. 21, the Stevenson girls basketball team (8-5) proved to be too much for St. Viator (4-8), with the Patriots securing a win 55-34. Stevenson started the game off...

Stevenson’s student section was packed out, celebrating Freshman Fan Appreciation Night. Shun Yamato ’23 was named face of the crowd.

Patriots Scout a Win against Lake Forest

Peter Pynadath | December 21, 2022

On Dec. 15 the Stevenson boys basketball team (7-1) took down the Lake Forest Scouts (3-4), winning 48-33 in a game at home. Lake Forest started out strong, with Asa Thomas getting separation with...

A made Nisha Musunuri 25 three keeps Stevenson in the game late in the third. Stevenson shot well from three, something they look to incorporate in their offense in future games.

Stevenson Falls Short in the Fourth

Peter Pynadath | December 14, 2022

Stevenson found themselves down big early in the game, but a strong defensive showing in the third quarter, followed by a huge run to start the fourth, put them within reach of eliminating Lake Zurich’s...

Christina Santello ’23 models her crochet handbag. Santello started selling her crochet items after interest from her friends.

Getting Down to Business

Brayden Caldwell, Gaurish Lakhanpal, and Lillian Zhou | December 13, 2022

A crochet hook weaves in and out as it guides a jumble of yarn into place. As the gray string follows the hook, the brim of a bucket hat emerges. Putting her hook down, Christina Santello ’23 picks up...

Committee members congregate outside Stevenson in order to organize campaign strategies. Most of the work done in order to advocate for the referendum was done by this group of students.

Catalyzing Reform

Sam Lerner, Ava Winber, and Alex Xie | December 7, 2022

The Vernon Area Township recently inducted a tax referendum for mental health resources after receiving a majority of votes in the Nov. 8, 2022 general elections. Stevenson’s Catalyst Club, a club focused...

Libertyvilles Emily Fisher ’23 plays good transition defense against Emory Klatt ’24. Libertyville played exceptional defense and stopped Stevenson from getting easy layups in transition.

Wildcats give Stevenson a “claw”-ful

Peter Pynadath | December 6, 2022

Stevenson fell short in a home game on Dec. 2, losing 50-30 against Libertyville. Stevenson was unprepared for Libertyville’s offense and could not stop a barrage of threes from the Wildcats. Libertyville...

Guard Kendell Williams ’24 and Kate Arne ’23 defend the pick and roll offense of Waukegan. Stevenson had a strong defensive performance, holding Waukegan to 6 points in the second half.

Patriots Dominate the Post

Peter Pynadath | December 2, 2022

The Stevenson girls’ basketball team started the season off on fire, easily defeating the Waukegan Bulldogs on Nov. 29 to advance to 4-1 on the season. Stevenson scored a multitude of points from the...

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November 18, 2022
Volume 56 - Issue 3, November 2022
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