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Patriots defeat Lake Forest 43-12, continue strong start

Lawrence Kreymer, Sports Media Editor

September 11, 2016


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After a tough start to the season losing to Palatine in their home opener, the Patriots have now won back-to-back games. Last week, Stevenson went to Muskegon High School in Michigan, beating one of the best teams in their state. This past Friday, Stevenson came back home to play their first North...

Patriots lose season opener 28-20 to Palatine

Patriots lose season opener 28-20 to Palatine

Michael Levitt, Staff Reporter

August 29, 2016


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Stevenson started the season off on a rough note Friday, losing 28-20 to Palatine. The Patriots did well in the first half, leading 20-14 at halftime, but blew the lead in the third quarter, giving up back-to-back touchdowns. Aidan O'Connell ’17 led the Patriots down inside Palatine's 20-yard line...

Girls track initiates squads, strives to eliminate cliques

Emma Ismail, News Editor

March 4, 2016


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The girls’ track team has kicked off the season with a great start, winning the first track meet of the year. On March 1, the team beat Buffalo Grove and Vernon Hills High School during the indoor meet at Buffalo Grove High School. "We won, I was so pumped," Bridget Huston '16, girls' track...

Girls’ bowling finishes second in North Suburban Conference meet

Lawrence Kreymer

February 19, 2016


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In their North Suburban Conference meet, Stevenson’s girls’ bowling team finished second overall and had three players earn all-conference honors. Kaitlyn Rudy ’16 was Stevenson’s top qualifier, finishing in fourth place with a total score of 1,148. Xanthe Coulson ’16 and Samantha Schmidt ’1...

Basketball preseason analysis

Max Cohn, Sports Editor

December 9, 2015


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  Last season represented the definition of a perfect season for the Patriot Nation as our boys’ varsity team was able to accomplish a feat they had been striving for the last three years––winning a state title. Led by the best point guard in the country, Jalen Brunson ’15, it was no...

New boys’ bowling coach announced

Max Cohn, Sports Editor

November 4, 2015


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  Boys’ varsity bowling, coming off the most successful season in school history in which eight bowlers were state qualifiers, hired a new head coach when longtime head coach Barry Lapping resigned.  On Sept. 23, it was announced that Cody Mathias would be replacing Lapping. “[Coach Mathias]...

ESPPA awards created to recognize athletic success

Aman Grover, Managing Editor of Production

November 3, 2015


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Because of all the attention varsity sports get, it can be hard for athletes at the freshman, sophomore, and junior varsity levels to receive as much attention as they deserve. Hoping to change that, the athletic department has started a new initiative this year: the Exceptional Stevenson Patriot Pride Award (...

Students start intramural Spikeball

Lawrence Kreymer

October 7, 2015


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Students interested in Spikeball have been pushing for it to become an official Stevenson intramural sport. According to Intramural Director Aaron Wellington, two different groups of students have been actively promoting the sport. Eric Osuch ’18 and Izaac Kahn ’18 have been the leading the effor...

Q&A with Whitney Young basketball transfers

October 1, 2015


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Q: How do you like Stevenson? Rodney: We love Stevenson. The people are nice - it’s very welcoming Willie: There’s a great energy in the school. It’s very lively, the people here are nice, the teachers here are great - it’s a great feel. Rodney: (laughs) And the food is good here. Sam: It’s extremely large. B...

Athletes, students replace laces for Cancer Awareness

Athletes, students replace laces for Cancer Awareness

Izabela Zaluska

September 18, 2015


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The Stevenson Athletic Department has teamed up with Compass to Care, an organization that focuses on making sure children with cancer get the best treatment possible, in an effort to raise awareness and funds for Childhood Cancer Awareness month through a campaign called Replace the Lace. The money ...

IHSA releases new safety stickers

Max Cohn, Sports Editor

September 7, 2015


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  The Illinois High School Association (IHSA) announced that all high school football players will be asked to wear stickers for player safety for the upcoming 2015 season. Three months before this act was passed, on May 12th, the IHSA created a program named Play Smart, Play Hard (PSPH). PSPH...

SSC becoming a popular exercise option for athletes

Charlotte Ronson, Opinions Editor

August 6, 2015


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Seniors, freshmen, boys, girls, lacrosse players and football players. Where can you find a place with all of these people and more under one roof at 6 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays from Dec. to May? Stevenson Strength and Conditioning (SSC). SSC has been around for almost seven years, and each year...

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