Q&A with field hockey player Jenn Kirby

David Heiman

May 24, 2018

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Q: How long have you been playing field hockey? A: I’ve been playing field hockey for four and a half years. Q: What was your role on the team this year? How did you lead? A: I was a captain so I was definitely in the r...

Q & A with an athlete: football player Terry Zapf

David Heiman

March 23, 2018

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Q: How long have you been playing football? A: I’ve been playing football since I was in 5th grade. Shout out Winnetka Green Wave. Q: How is the team looking next year? A: The team is looking great for next year. We are bri...

NCAA madness thrives in March

David Heiman

March 16, 2018

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On Mar. 11, the 2018 NCAA mens march madness brackets were released. The #1 seeds this year are Villanova, Virginia, Kansas, and Xavier. This year follows up a wild year of college basketball; where the top 25 constantly shifted f...

Swimmers break record at sectionals on way to state

David Heiman

March 2, 2018

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New Trier Boys Swimming won sectionals and a handful of swimmers qualified for the state championship on Feb. 17. The swimmers who qualified were Charlie Scheinfeld, Patrick Gridley, Ryan Gridley, Ean Vandergraaf, Tommy Hackley,...

Where are New Trier water bottles now?

David Heiman

December 8, 2017

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Almost a year after New Trier spent roughly $25,000 on reusable New Trier themed Nalgene water bottles, the question remains: Where are all the water bottles now? “I lost my water bottle a week after getting it,” said senior...

Girls basketball scores first tournament win

David Heiman

December 1, 2017

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Over this past weekend, girls varsity basketball won their first tournament of the season, winning all five games. “With tons of practice and preparation before our games began, we were able to win all five games to start...