The Prowler

Freshmen Serve Up A New Season

Sophia Woods, Sports Editor September 23, 2021

Girls’ varsity tennis begins the season with a 7-1 record with the assistance of talented freshmen Jessica Kovalick, Santoshi Yadagiri and Thea Salcedo who are playing varsity starting spots. Previous...

Nicole Caroselli practices before the Wheaton Warrenville South invite on Sept. 15. North won 2-0. Photo by Christina Petkus

Caroselli Sets Up For Success

Sophia Woods, Sports Editor September 23, 2021

Softball, soccer, dance. Many children spend part of their childhood flitting from one activity to another. For junior Nancy Caroselli, trial and error was the key to figuring out her true passion.  From...

Sophia Darwish Q+A

Nicole Posont , Editor-in-Chief September 23, 2021

                    Q: What is your favorite part about playing football? A: “Football has always been an outlet...

Girls’ badminton hit the court

Sophia Woods, Staff Writer May 13, 2021

Girls’ badminton hit the court this spring with an 11 game season and a 5-4 varsity record and a 3-6 JV record.   Because of COVID-19 restrictions, the JV and varsity players took part in a socially...

Tigers defeat Oswego East by 4-1 on April 15

Soccer plays under new guidelines

Julia Gerard, Staff Writer May 13, 2021

The boy’s soccer team came back to a fresh season like never before.  Because of new safety guidelines, game procedures and scheduling, the 2021 season feels strange to the players. “It’s...

Photos of PNHS Tigers Football Team and Oswego East Panthers.

Football takes Field

May 13, 2021

It’s been a long time coming, but the North football team finally made its return and was ready for action. Led by varsity head coach Anthony Imbordino, the 2021 Tigers are a young team looking to leave...

Volleyball seniors ‘set’ to say goodbye

Volleyball seniors ‘set’ to say goodbye

Hailee Munno, Staff Writer May 13, 2021

As the North girls’ volleyball season comes to a close, the team says goodbye to its seniors. Due to Covid-19, the seniors’ final year was cut short. “With the shortened off-season and season,...

Senior guard Beatrice Atienza escapes a defender in a game against Plainfield East.

Scoring record shattered for North’s girl’s basketball team

Gianna Feminis, Co-Editor in Chief and Sports Editor March 25, 2021

Contributions from the entire lineup helped North’s varsity girls’ basketball team make history. The Lady Tigers broke the previous scoring record on Mar. 2 at Romeoville with an 85-51 win. The...

Swimmer Karley Sonennberg poses with her sister, Kendyl, during National Signing Day on Nov. 11

National Signing Day taking place without sports

Gianna Feminis, Co-Editor in Chief and Sports Editor January 19, 2021

With all of the uncertainty surrounding athletic seasons, athletes are faced with yet another change to their schedule: National Signing Day. “At National Signing Day, you sign your national letter...

The powerful computer of E-Sports member Sean Fuller, who is playing the online multiplayer battle arena game League of Legends.

E-Sports gaming underway

December 15, 2020

  As the typing and clicking of the Plainfield North E-Sports team continue to excite the live-streamed audience, their competitive edge never leaves them as the setting of competition shifts from school...

Senior Mia Bernasol hits an explosive shot out of a bunker

Girl’s golf overcomes Covid concerns

Gianna Feminis, Co-Editor in Chief and Sports Editor September 27, 2020

Despite the everyday obstacles that are being faced in today’s world, North girl’s golf has found a way to make the most of their season. Although most contact sports moved to the spring due to...

Juniors Dylan Rasmason and Calvin Sharp, and senior Jack Kiefer took part in football drills this summer.

Spring season is best option for football

Gianna Feminis, Co-Editor in Chief and Sports Editor September 27, 2020

As the sun goes down, the competition heats up as the varsity football team takes the field. The bleachers are bouncing and filled with energy, and the music blares throughout the stadium. Fans of all...

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