Boys’ and girls’ golf teams rejoice after state victories

Boys’ and girls’ golf teams rejoice after state victories

Andrew Coyner and Christi Carras, Editor
October 28, 2014 • 35 views
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Two more varsity sports seasons have clinched victories at state, with both the girls’ and boys’ teams winning the championship. Both teams played well during the season and the championships. The boys’ team won its third title in a row with great outings by their leading players, sophomore... Read more »

Devils’ versatility helps to open Hartman’s playbook

Devils’ versatility helps to open Hartman’s playbook

Liam Jones and Sanjana Srinivasan, Editor
October 26, 2014 • 222 views
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

First year football head coach Dan Hartman has pulled quite a few tricks from his sleeve in recent weeks. Against OPRF, Hartman and the Devils successfully converted an onside kick as well as a fake punt. This unorthodox and risky play calling is something fans haven’t seen on Dickinson Field in... Read more »

Suburbanite hosts free bowling for team hopefuls

Suburbanite hosts free bowling for team hopefuls

Daniel Holland and Sanjana Srinivasan, Editor
October 26, 2014 • 77 views
Filed under News, Top Stories

On Oct. 21, the bowling team, led by Coaches Alex Hipskind and John Naisbitt, hosted a free bowling session for students who are considering joining the team at Suburbanite Bowl directly after school. The idea behind the event was to raise... Read more »

Get ready to scream at Statesville Haunted Prison

Get ready to scream at Statesville Haunted Prison

Brianna Ary and Christi Carras, Editor
October 26, 2014 • 98 views
Filed under A&E, Top Stories

  Thirty minutes away, located next to an innocent pumpkin patch lies one of Illinois’ most popular haunted houses: Statesville Haunted Prison. Although it is a common misconception, Statesville isn’t and has never been... Read more »

Kenneth Li: MVP of boys’ golf

Kenneth Li: MVP of boys’ golf

Bryte Bu and Christi Carras, Editor
October 24, 2014 • 103 views
Filed under Features, Top Stories

It’s a windy Saturday afternoon on the Bloomington golf course. The crowd is silent as Kenneth Li, junior, approaches his final putt. One more swing of his golf club, and he would become the number one high school golfer in the state. For eight long years he has trained for a moment like this. With... Read more »

Finding motivation for the PSAT

Finding motivation for the PSAT

Bryte Bu and Christi Carras, Editor
October 24, 2014 • 83 views
Filed under Commentary, Top Stories

The dreaded junior year testing craze officially kicked off with the PSAT the week after Homecoming. For most kids, the PSAT is used as an indicator of whether or not they should take the actual SAT in the coming spring. For others, the PSAT is the only means of qualifying for National Merit, a scholarship... Read more »

Fantasy football craze instills friendly competition among students

Fantasy football craze instills friendly competition among students

Michael Claussen and Christi Carras, Editor
October 24, 2014 • 87 views
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Like many students at Central, I’ve been an active participant in NFL fantasy football leagues for quite some time. It’s hard to be oblivious to the fact that fantasy football has become an obsession among students from all grades. Many have wagered high amounts of money to “buy-in” to a league,... Read more »

Fighting breast cancer one fundraiser at a time

Fighting breast cancer one fundraiser at a time

Andrew Bitautas and Christi Carras, Editor
October 24, 2014 • 99 views
Filed under News, Top Stories

This October, Central has noticed a rise in breast cancer awareness. Both fall sports and clubs have held fundraising events, finding unique ways to raise money for breast cancer research. One of these efforts includes Volley for the Cure, which is held by the both Hinsdale Central and Hinsdale South’s... Read more »

Scheldrup takes a hike

Scheldrup takes a hike

Julia Guglielmo and Sanjana Srinivasan, Editor
October 24, 2014 • 91 views
Filed under Personality, Top Stories

When it comes to comes to a man of many travels, Daniel Scheuldrup fits the profile. Scheldrup, a chemistry teacher who is in his third year of teaching at Central, has already made name for himself.  Over this past summer, Scheldrup was a teacher chaperone... Read more »

Girls’ volleyball stays positive despite loss to LT

Girls’ volleyball stays positive despite loss to LT

Andrew Coyner and Christi Carras, Editor
October 23, 2014 • 48 views
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Despite a difficult loss to rival Lyons Township on Oct. 7, the girls’ varsity volleyball team is still angling for a strong finish at conference. The team lost in two matches to LT, although they were backed by an incredibly loud crowd. The large turnout was very exciting for the team and gave... Read more »