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The Evanstonian

The news site of Evanston Township High School's student newspaper

The Evanstonian

The news site of Evanston Township High School's student newspaper

The Evanstonian

Kerr sprints up the pitch.

One last ride

Michael Barthelemy and Gordon Redfield-Gale April 26, 2019

On March 21, 2016, three freshmen stepped under the bright lights of Lazier Field for the first time, facing Von Steuben High School in a non conference match. Despite a clear level of nervousness,...

Hitting it off in conferences

Hailey Fine, Sports Captain April 26, 2019

As baseball moves through their conference schedule, they look to find consistency and keep up their strong mentality in order to win. “I’m going to get a little bit tougher on the guys and try...

Boys water polo hope momentum can carry into playoffs

Zach Myers, Staff Writer April 26, 2019

With a 19-7-1 record, boys water polo has hit their stride as they look to turn their regular season success into playoff results with the conference tournament starting next Friday. Building off of...

Freshman Lucia Mena skates at the national championship.

Back to back: Evanston figure skating team captures second consecutive national championship

Eli Cohen, Sophia McCandlish, and Chris Werner April 26, 2019

On March 30 in Brighton, Michigan, the Evanston figure skating team won its second straight national championship. “This has been the most exciting year for our team,” coach Jana Reynolds said....

Sticking Together

Peter Barbato, Staff Writer April 26, 2019

As boys lacrosse heads into the heart of conference play, they look to build on their early successes. “As far as conference, we’re ready,” head coach Rob Fournie said. “Coming back from a much...

Girl’s water polo dive into postseason play

Zach Myers, Staff Writer April 26, 2019

The ETHS girls water polo team has bounced back after a rough 3-5 start to the season, going 3-1 in conference play with a 16-9 record overall. Head coach Andy Miner attributes the team’s recent success...

Womens’ sports uniforms are blatantly sexist

Ben Baker-Katz and Hailey Fine April 26, 2019

From sprinting in skirts to exercising in skin-tight shorts; the issues with women’s uniforms in sports has been ongoing, not only at ETHS but in our society as a whole. Let’s start with the topic...

Senior Lucy Hart stretches off of first base.

Cold start hot finish

Benji Fervoy and Sophia McCandlish April 26, 2019

Following an 0-5 start, the ETHS softball team is starting to shake off the early rust. Keeping the first five games in their back pockets, they’ve gone 4-1 with a margin of victory of nine or more runs...

Junior Morgan Riley cradles the ball

Hot start not enough for determined girls lacrosse

Chloe Haack, Staff Writer April 26, 2019

After blowing out nine opponents so far, the girls lacrosse team is aiming to continue their domination throughout the rest of the season. After defeating each team by double digits through nine games,...

Gymnastics head to sectionals on Wednesday

Chris Werner, Sports Editor April 26, 2019

In Frank Erwin’s four years as Evanston’s head gymnastics coach, only Jesse Bernstien in 2017, has gotten past the IHSA sectional round as an at-large qualifier. But freshman sensation Aryeh Lesch,...

Munchin’ with Michael: which burrito reigns supreme?

Michael Barthelemy, Food Critic March 22, 2019

Man’s greatest invention: the burrito. A perfect blend of taste and mobility is what makes it so unique and so beloved. Though the issue that arises from the greatness of the burrito is the plethora...