How some athletes get away with harassment

Natalie Smith, Staff Reporter

December 10, 2019

Pro athletes in a modern day society should be role models not only for little kids to look up to but also for teenagers. Instead of this being the case, many of these athletes are committing crimes like sexual harassment or assualt and getting away with it. This privilege starts from a young age when...

Dance Team competes at Libertyville High School

Dance Team competes at Libertyville High School

Gracie Schultz, Co-Executive Editor

December 7, 2019

On Saturday, November 23, the varsity dance team competed at Libertyville High School and had a 4.8 increase in their overall score from their previous competition. The dancers have been working hard for the past month to continuously increase their scores for competitions by running and fixing their dan...

Boys basketball finishes Thanksgiving tournament 2-2

Isaiah McIntyre, Sports Editor

December 3, 2019

    The boys basketball team competed in a Thanksgiving tournament that started on November 25 and finished on November 30. The tournament was held at Johnsburg High School for three of the four games and one of the games was held at Richmond-Burton High School. The varsity team ended with...

Tosic qualifies for State

Tosic qualifies for State

Miranda Rogina, News and Features Editor

November 7, 2019

This year’s cross country season is coming to an end, and the results of Conference really reflected the team’s hard work. “I think looking at the times that were run, we had 20 athletes get season personal records at the Conference meet. We also had five All-Conference athletes and several...

Girls tennis wins first place

Danielle Broege, Staff Reporter

November 7, 2019

The JV girls tennis team took home the first place plaque for All Conference on Saturday, October 12. The girls JV tennis team finished out, their season with an overall victory taking first place in the NLCC tournament. Number 2 singles, Charlotte Shafer, took home a first place medal, along with...

Volleyball breaks records

Morgan Buckley, News Editor

November 7, 2019

Volleyball finished their season with a new record of 25-13 after winning Regionals and qualifying for Sectionals for the first time in school history. To get to Regionals, the team placed second at their hosted Conference tournament, higher than they have ever placed. “In the past we haven’t done...

Gym classes offer self-defense training

Rebekah Moncivaiz, Staff Reporter

November 6, 2019

There is a self-defense class offered during some gym periods for girls. This class is run by Carolyn Gaffke, physical education and certified self-defense teacher, who will be showing girls how to defend themselves in dangerous situations. “It’s a really great course for all women to take,” Gaffke...

Soccer ends season in Regionals

Brian Kenebrew and Isaiah McIntyre, Staff Reporter and Sports Editor

November 6, 2019

The boys soccer team started off the season with a rough start, but they worked to finish the season strong. The team finished the season 6-12-2, and they hosted Regionals against Wauconda on Thursday, October 24. Head varsity coach Adam DeCaluwe said the team worked hard and continued to show signs...

Cheer season starts with change

Miranda Rogina, Features Editor

November 6, 2019

North’s cheer team’s competition season is starting up. This year’s cheer team has had lots of ups and downs, but they are excited to get back on track and prepare for competition. “We have had a lot of changes this season. One of them was that we have a very small cheer program of only 13...

Boys golf ends season

Shalynn Billings, Entertainment Editor

November 6, 2019

For boys golf, this season has been a great year for improvement with a lot of wins. “We improved our overall win total and tie for most conference wins in school history. We finished second at the Conference Tournament and third in Conference overall. We improved in just about every category from...

New trainer comes to Grayslake North

Isaiah McIntyre, Sports Editor

November 6, 2019

New athletic trainer, Evan Schlanser, is pumped about being the new trainer at Grayslake North and being able to be in a fun population to work with student athletes who are working toward the same goal. Schlanser is an Ohio native and is an avid Browns and Packer fan. He grew up in Ohio most of his...

Dance team ready to begin season

Bryan Angeles, Staff Reporter

November 6, 2019

The dance team has been hard at work; they’ve been having practice every day after school. At rehearsals, they stretch themselves out. The dance team then starts practicing and learning new dances. “I think the dance team was really fun, and I met some of my best friends on it. My favorite part...