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Girls’ Varsity Dominates, Boys’ Varsity Struggles against Mundelein

Maxwell Cohn, Managing Editor of Web

December 10, 2017


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Stevenson held a “Hoops for Heroes” night on Friday, Dec. 8, featuring a doubleheader with the girls’ varsity matchup at 5:30pm and the boys’ varsity matchup directly following. Although both games were against Mundelein, each turned out very different. The girls’ varsity game was not much of a ...

Patriots lose to Warren Township in Home Opener

Michael Levitt, Sports Web Editor

December 4, 2017


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Stevenson girls’ varsity basketball lost a nail-biter against the Warren Township Blue Devils on Friday night, falling 33-28. Facing two Division one commits, in Kaylen Dickson (Wake Forest) and Jordyn Hughes (Eastern Illinois), the Patriots limited Hughes to eight points but had trouble containing Dickson, as she to...

Etienne Does Not Break a Sweat Under the Spotlight

Etienne Does Not Break a Sweat Under the Spotlight

Lawrence Kreymer, Sports Editor

October 30, 2017


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On their own 46 yard line, Stevenson is driving down the field in the third quarter. Already without starting quarterback Grayson Kubow ’18, Stevenson needs a spark to get their offense going. On the very next play, running back Jean-Marc Etienne ’20 finds an open hole in the Palatine defense and ma...

Playoff Preview: (11) Hinsdale Central (7-2) vs (22) Stevenson (6-3)

Braeden Forman, Staff Reporter

October 28, 2017


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Stevenson travels to Hinsdale Central on Saturday to take on the Red Devils in the first round of the IHSA state playoff. Here are three things the Patriots need to do if they want to take home the W. 1) Stop Hinsdale Central's Run Game The key to Hinsdale Central’s success is their run game. Ever ...

Stevenson Drops Close One to Warren

Lawrence Kreymer, Sports Editor

October 27, 2017


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“The Patriots are driving down the field. Cole Okmin ’19 steps back to pass. Okmin looks downfield for an open receiver. And he's intercepted, another empty possession for the Patriots.” That was the storyline for Friday's football game between Stevenson and Warren. The Patriots lost thei...

Stevenson Shutout to Lake Zurich 28-0

Michael Levitt, Sports Web Editor

October 15, 2017


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With Lake Zurich coming into Friday’s football game 6-0, and the Patriots at 5-1, it was predicted to be a close game. Coming into the game, the Patriot defense had given up 31 points in the five games they had played against Illinois schools, proving to be a force to be reckoned with. However, Ste...

Stevenson falls to Muskegon 28-7

Adam Rosen, Staff Reporter

September 4, 2017


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Exactly 364 days after a thrilling 38-35 Stevenson win on the road against the Muskegon Big Reds, the two met for another highly anticipated game, this time in Lincolnshire, IL. The Big Reds not only brought their highly touted roster to Stevenson, but plenty of energetic fans who intensified the atmosphere...

Swimming and diving team places fourth at state

Swimming and diving team places fourth at state

Michael Levitt, Staff Reporter

April 1, 2017


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The swimming and diving team recently finished fourth at state, and won its first 50 yard freestyle championship in the school’s history. According to Doug Lillydahl, head coach of the team, the team worked hard, enjoyed what they were doing and supported each other to get to that point. “I’ve...

Shooting for success

Shooting for success

Sivakami Ramakrishnan, Staff Reporter

March 24, 2017


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Rebecca Azevedo ’19 pulls back the bow and aims for the target. She takes a deep breath. She tells herself, ‘You can do this’ and lets the arrow fly. Some students join Archery Club not because they've had training in archery before, but because they just want to have fun. Others, like Azevedo,...

Rowing in the deep

Rowing in the deep

Ashely Mandel, Staff Reporter

March 20, 2017


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Sidney Kirby ’18 is getting into ship-shape for upcoming rowing season

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Full time student, full time athlete

Full time student, full time athlete

Ellie Baden, Staff Reporter

March 20, 2017


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Whenever Spencer Guercio ’18 puts on his green and gold, he feels a sense of pride. Hours of practice and hard work have been spent preparing for each meet or competition. It is these hours that enable Guercio to represent Stevenson as either a runner or swimmer. Guercio participates in a sport...

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