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“I specifically remember on the last day of school [in fifth grade] I wore my [Naperville] Diamonds jersey and I was just so excited to play [softball].” The passion for the game that sophomore second baseman Bella Masini displayed in …
“Lauren Williams has put herself as one of the best runners of all-time at Elmhurst College,” Erik Guta, head coach of the women’s cross country team, said after
Junior David Tomis, the kicker on EC’s football team, has recently made history with his 51-yard field goal in the game on Oct. 6 against Augustana College. The
Senior twin co-captains Katie and Amy Baschen’s soccer career started where many children start, the YMCA. “Everyone in our family played soccer when we were growing up,” Katie said.
With only four matches left until the CCIW Championships, transfer student and co-captain of the women’s tennis team Annie Duggan has already beaten the top players at St.
Women’s XC Senior Lauren Williams is a Bluejay athlete to keep an eye out for this year. “Lauren was able to qualify for Track nationals in the 1500 meter run
If you know your sketch comedy shows, odds are you’ve seen MadTV and are familiar with the finicky manicurist Ms. Swan. Ask senior Zach Hofer - he’ll tell
Most little girls grow up dreaming of becoming a ballerina or possibly the next Mia Hamm, but not Kate-Leigh Pilson. By fifth grade, Pilson had her eyes on
After knotting up his wrestling shoes not once, not twice, but exactly three times, senior Ryan Earley takes his place on the mat. “I’m very superstitious,” said Earley. Focused
She is the Bluejays’ second leading scorer in women’s basketball, she leads the league in offensive boards, she is ranked third overall in rebounding in the CCIW, and