Boys volleyball optimistic about state run

Archie Beecroft, Sports Editor June 27, 2022

The boys volleyball team is having another fantastic season, going 20-8, and sees the possibility of their first state title in school history. Last spring the team won four straight playoff games, including...

Boys tennis season recap

Archie Beecroft, Sports Editor June 27, 2022

Due to the ongoing construction of the OPRF tennis courts, the boys tennis team has spent their entire season on the road. Despite this, they have had a successful season, and are looking to continue their...

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Boys runners on track for success

Jimmy Lynch, Staffer April 29, 2022

As February rolled into March and March into April, people all around the Midwest were chomping at the bit for some nice weather to get outside. The OPRF boys track team was no exception. But first,...

Girls water polo enjoys success

Girls water polo enjoys success

Drew Koenig, Staffer April 29, 2022

Aquatic sports at OPRF have been on fire in recent years, and girls water polo is no exception. “Our No. 1 goal is always to have fun while playing polo,” said varsity head coach Elizabeth Perez....

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Baseball team has mediocre start to season

Greta Kirby, Staffer April 29, 2022

The OPRF boys baseball team is off to a mediocre 8-8 start, but they do have multiple notable victories. The team has had a lot of game cancellations but is determined to keep spirits high. “It sucks,...

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Girls soccer off to hot start

Drew Koenig, Staffer April 29, 2022

The girls soccer team is off to an incredible start, thanks to tenacious play from their midfield. “Having the ability to raise the level of competition in girls soccer the last few years since I’ve...

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Girls lacrosse fights through season

Jimmy Lynch, Staffer April 29, 2022

OPRF and the greater Chicagoland area had an unseasonably cold finish to the month of March and an unusually cold start to the month of April. OPRF girls lacrosse has gotten off to a similarly cold start....

Pool’s closing stymies season

Drew Koenig, Staffer April 6, 2022

The condition of the swimming pools at OPRF has again raised concern this February, and recently, the boys pool has caused controversy. In 2016, a $44.6 million referendum was proposed to upgrade the...

Boys volleyball begins season

Drew Koenig, Staffer April 6, 2022

Among their record 17 state tournament appearances, the OPRF boys volleyball team tied for fifth place in the 2021 state tournament and finished fourth in 2019. This year, led by Maryville University commit...

Softball team seeks state title

Jimmy Lynch, Staffer April 6, 2022

2021 was an eventful year for OPRF softball. The Huskies finished the season with an overall record of 16-7, good enough for second in conference. Heading into the new season, the Huskies have undergone...

Boys track team shines during indoor season

Jimmy Lynch, Staffer April 6, 2022

OPRF boys track is off to a hot start. On Feb. 26, the Huskies traveled to Proviso West for their first invitational of the indoor season. The Huskies dominated, scoring 115 points and taking first place....

Esports team welcomes all gamers

Gabe Kedziora, Staffer April 6, 2022

The video game club provides interested students with an environment to play games together in a casual or competitive environment. The club is co-sponsored by business teacher Patrick Woulfe and campus...

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