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Boys Basketball Season Awards

Boys Basketball 2019-2020 The team had only one returning starter from the previous season and the rest of the players had little or no varsity experience. The inexperience and new system showed in the first set of games when the team started off 0-6. The players never quit and finished the last 16 regular season

Winter Cheerleading Season Awards

Cheer Basketball Awards Night The winter cheerleading squads were a very special group of girls. New JV coach Emily Fekete worked hard with them and produced dances and cheers that were performed at games and pep rally. The varsity girls were simply amazing. They are one of the most dedicated, passionate and enthusiastic group of

Wrestling Season Awards 2019 – 2020

Wrestling Recap/Awards The wrestling team was a young, inexperienced group of athletes that had to work hard and learn fast. The team finished 4 -13 in dual meets, and although they did not finish at the top of several tournaments as a team, a few wrestlers did. First-year wrestler, sophomore Anthony Janowski (160) finished in

2019-2020 Swimming Season Awards

April 2, This year’s team was a mix of veteran swimmers and those completely new to high school swimming. Two runners took up the challenge of conquering fear of water to learn a life skill:  Sophomore Afreen Talat and Freshman Emma Beauchamp (Most Improved) are now capable swimmers. With such a mix abilities it took a

Boys Tennis – Team Profile

Boys Tennis Reboots The Boys Tennis Team under the guidance of Mark Phillips has a slew of new names and only one returning player for this season.  Senior Sahaj Walia (three-year letterman) will lead an inexperienced team consisting of eight newcomers.  Those players are seniors Dominic Kucera, Agim Merlika, Ivan Nesterak, and Kenny Nguyen; junior

Baseball Team Profile

The 2020 baseball season comes with excitement and determination. The coaching staff has been shaken up, but the mission stays the same – develop quality student athletes on and off the field. This year’s senior class, Isaac Rankin, Chase Rieger, and Neal Szymanski plan to lay the foundation and lead an extraordinary group of underclassmen,