Girls hockey finishes season after losing game to Latin

Sophia Holt

March 8, 2017

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On Sunday, Feb. 26, New Trier Girls Varsity Hockey played Loyola in their second to last game of the season, losing 7-2. The game started strong with a goal from sophomore defender Maddie Babnick in the first period, and the of...

Falcons upends odds with Super Bowl appearance

David Heiman

February 23, 2017

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On Feb. 5, in Houston the Atlanta Falcons and the New England Patriots will face off in the 51st Super Bowl. “I’m very excited for the Super Bowl. In my opinion, these are the two best teams in football and to me it is the...

Gymastics sets season record despite loss

Amelia Lytle

February 23, 2017

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New Trier succeeded at their meet Tuesday, Jan. 24 against Carmel, beating New Trier’s previous record. The team had standout gymnasts at the meet, including freshman Maeve Murdock who scored a 9.65 on beam, freshman Avery ...

Fencing gets second in state tournament

Robert Pettas

February 23, 2017

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Survive and advance: a fitting description for not only college basketball’s March madness, but the Illinois state fencing meet as well, where the Trevians took second.The meet toosk place on Jan. 28 at Glenbrook South High Sc...

Boys wrestling pins competition, takes second

Mack Guthrie

February 23, 2017

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Wrestlers come in second at the Central Suburban League tournament

Girls basketball outplays Conant

Jessa Snower

February 23, 2017

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Hard work pays off in difficult game against Conant

Night League dribbles into playoffs

Robert Pettas

February 22, 2017

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The NHL has the Stanley Cup, the NFL has Lombardi Trophy, Night League has the Golden Shoe. Three of the most iconic and coveted trophies in the sports world. With the playoffs beginning next week, the race for the Golden Shoe is...

Athletes tackle arduous recruitment process

Mimi Cassato and Daniel Kogan

February 22, 2017

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As seniors begin to make the difficult decision of where they will be spending their next four years, some are getting a head start. Junior Sophia King has been developing her love for lacrosse since sixth grade, which led to...

Caroline Fix sprints to success

Amelia Lytle

February 22, 2017

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Senior Caroline Fix shines on the track and cross country teams as one of the fastest runners at New Trier, but also as a strong leader. Although running may seem like an individual sport, Fix explained how vital team cohesi...

Girls track hurdles into a great season

Sophia Holt

February 22, 2017

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Girls track and field kicked off their season with a strong start at their first meet on Thursday, Feb. 9 against Glenbrook South and Francis Parker. For many of the 209 girls on the track team, this was their first track meet...

Bleach and Shave tradition promotes unity

by Katie Kim

February 22, 2017

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Each year the swim team completes rituals to strengthen their unity and team spirit. These traditions show the devotion swimmers have for their team. “One of my favorite traditions is when the swim team gets to bleach and sh...

NFL relies on Super Bowl to increase viewership

David Heiman

February 22, 2017

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Over the last couple of years, the NFL’s viewer ratings have gone down enough to grab the league’s attention. Some reasons for the low viewership in recent years might be the rise of RedZone, Fantasy Football, and the new f...