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Windy City recap: Chicago baseball

Dylan Budd, Editor -in-Chief September 26, 2023

As the MLB postseason edges closer, now would be a good time to reflect on how Chicago baseball has performed this year. On the Northside, the Cubs started the season with a lot of questions. Would...

Kickoff into football season

Sue Ellen Damato, Sports Editor September 26, 2023

With the loss of 43 former seniors and veteran defensive coach Sean Carlson, this season is shaping up to be  challenging for the Tigers.   Coming off a 10-0 record, even with a younger squad...

Fast take Cassidy Clinton

Dylan Budd, Editor -in-Chief September 25, 2023

Q: What are both your personal and team goals this season? I want to focus on improving my passing skills and contributing better to team communication and leadership. I hope to achieve my goal of becoming...

Wanna bet? Covering gambling’s spread

Dylan Budd, Editor -in-Chief September 25, 2023

Favorites, underdogs, spreads, parlays, lines and prop bets: all are common dialogue in the world of a sports gambler. Their prominence has only grown in recent years with the lax laws on sportsbooks....

Tennis serves up wins

Kaden Horton, Staff writer September 25, 2023

North’s varsity girls tennis team has started their season boasting a 3-1 record.  The team had an exceptional 11-2 record last season, but this year provides new challenges for the girls in the...

Baseball returns with new, needed rules

Dylan Budd, Sports Editor May 22, 2023

Baseball is back with its ballpark hotdogs, pitches “juuuust a bit outside”, and for fans’ offseason questions to be answered. Coming into the season, for the fans on their yearly rant about all...

High athlete pay makes no cents

Dylan Budd, Sports Editor March 29, 2023

On Feb. 12, the Kansas City Chiefs bested the Philadelphia Eagles to win their second Super Bowl in four years. Captaining the ship was quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who won his second Super Bowl MVP and...

Tigers run away with third place

Tigers run away with third place

Dylan Budd, Sports Editor March 29, 2023

The girls varsity track team placed third out of 12 schools at the Plainfield North Indoor Invite on Feb. 24. It marked the team’s first meet of the season coming off last year’s record-setting...

‘Morgan’s Message’ kicks off girls soccer

Sue Ellen Demato, Staff Reporter March 29, 2023

As the winter sports come to an end, girls soccer kicks into gear.  With 16 returning players, varsity head coach Katie Monteroso has set goals for this upcoming season for her experienced team.  “It's...

Sophomore Keith Cyracus launches off the board during the long jump event at the First to the Finish invite. Photo courtesy of Tony Holler

Boys track sprints to success

Alexandra Eydenberg , Online Editor March 17, 2023

North’s boys track team is off to a strong start to the 2022-2023 season during meets at both University of Illinois and North Central College. Kicking off his season, junior Owen Stahl had impressive...

Girls basketball shoots for top spot

Girls basketball shoots for top spot

Dylan Budd, Sports Editor February 14, 2023

North’s girl’s varsity basketball team defeated the Romeoville Spartans at home 68-63 on Jan. 13. The win gave the team a 14-8 record and maintained their first-place spot in the conference.  Led...

Senior swimmer Ian Mallari signs with the University of Maine on Feb. 1. Photo by Dylan Budd

Recruitment ins and outs

Alex Barlog, Staff Reporter February 14, 2023

Senior John St. Clair has always wanted to play baseball, and he’s now given that opportunity thanks to the recruitment process. Little did he know how lengthy this process was. Many high school athletes...

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