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Top Highlights of the Boys Fall Season

With the fall sports season winding down, the fall teams reflect on their successes.

The football team lines up in their game against Grayslake North, the highlight of their season,  where they obtained the conference champion title.

Symone Henderson

The football team lines up in their game against Grayslake North, the highlight of their season, where they obtained the conference champion title.

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Football: Defeating Grayslake North

Football highlighted their season with a close win of 25-20 against Grayslake North on October 21. Points were scored by senior kicker Benjamin Gutke, junior quarterback Branden Gallimore and juniors Javen London and Drew Porter.  This was the team’s final regular season game and they ended it on a high note. With this win, the Sequoits not only secured the conference championship, but sealed their undefeated record of 9-0.

 

Golf: Beating Grayslake Central

Golf swung their way to a memorable victory on September 13 against Grayslake Central that became their highlight of the season. Before this match, Grayslake Central was undefeated. The Sequoit golfers gave the team not only their first loss, but their only loss the entire season. After this, the boys continued with a solid positive record, but kept this match as motivation for the rest of their season.

 

Soccer: Winning against Lakes.

On September 27, the Varsity boys soccer team took on rival Lakes and pulled off a team motivating victory. The regulation of the game was tied 2-2 when the Sequoits kicked a win with overtime penalty kicks. Senior Cody Matonik scored the final penalty kick to win the game 5-4.

“After that [game] we just improved a lot,” Matonik said. “It was a game that helped us a lot.”

 

Cross Country: NLCC Regionals.

October 22 was the Varsity boys highlight of this year. Not only did freshman runner  Charlie Smith place sixth overall, but the entire boys team placed third out of eight teams. According to cross country coach Ryan Hlinak, the boys all competed to the best of their abilities and most of them received personal bests for the year and their entire racing career, which made it even more special.

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