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

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

The Evanstonian

Sports

Rio is not the place to hold the Olympics

Harrison Witt, Sports Columnist August 22, 2016

Zika virus, political turmoil, polluted waters and a rough economic state. Does this sound like a place to hold the largest sporting event in the world? Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, home of the 2016 Olympics,...

Boys soccer has high hopes for their new varsity squad with Palatine tonight

Boys soccer has high hopes for their new varsity squad with Palatine tonight

Diego Ramos-Torrescano, Sports Editor August 22, 2016

While many sports this fall are relying on their returning varsity players, boys soccer looks toward incoming varsity members for success. “The main difference this year is going to be playing styles....

Remembering a legend

Remembering a legend

Ben Wilson, Sports Editor May 13, 2016

Writing about Ross Freeland and describing his impact on the people in his life would be a challenge to fit into a novel, and fitting it into the Evanstonian is surely an impossible feat. This story will give...

8 ranked water polo competes in Naperville Central Invite today

Ben Wilson, Sports Editor May 9, 2016

Despite much success under head coach Andy Miner, girls water polo is yet to triumph over the Naperville Central Redhawks. Ranked eighth in state, the Kits will surely have an intense game against the...

Tennis is eager for wins at the Prospect Power Eight Invite tomorrow

Tennis is eager for wins at the Prospect Power Eight Invite tomorrow

Katy Donati , Sports Writer May 2, 2016

King of the court. Tennis will travel to Mount Prospect tomorrow to fight for wins against a wide range of teams and talent at the Prospect Power Eight Invite. Teams such as Naperville North, Mount...

Boys lacrosse not worried about Trevian strength

Matthew Barbato, Sports Editor May 2, 2016

Although New Trier is coming off of back-to-back state championships, boys lacrosse will stick to their game plan and remain confident about the upcoming Trevian matchup on April 28. “We’ll doctor...

Kits preparing for a double header against New Trier

Kits preparing for a double header against New Trier

Nathan Easington , Sport Editor April 27, 2016

The comeback Kits. After suffering a loss in their season opener, the Kits went on to start   a seven game winning streak, beating the number one team in the state, Oak Park, in their second game. “We...

Girls soccer to play in state’s top ranked tournament

Girls soccer to play in state’s top ranked tournament

Jesse Heuer, Sports Editor April 27, 2016

True test. Kits will discover where they stand among the state’s top teams when they play in the 19th annual Naperville Invitational. “Being successful in a tournament of this caliber gives us...

Trash talk too often crosses the line

Matt Schroeder, Sports Columnist April 8, 2016

I love trash talk. It is an art form and an integral part of most sports. It’s a skill that separates the witty from the weak-minded and the composed from the cry babies--but there’s a line, and ETHS...

Boys baseball gears up for their first away game tonight against Notre Dame

Boys baseball gears up for their first away game tonight against Notre Dame

Katy Donati , Sports Reporter March 18, 2016

Unfinished business. Baseball is back and hoping to snag a win to capture some early season momentum tonight against Notre Dame. “Notre Dame hasn’t posed much of a threat in the past, coach likes...