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NBA playoff predictions

Eli Morkert, Sports Editor May 24, 2021

The NBA implemented a new playoff schedule after last year’s events. With the players and coaches having to stay in a bubble, things looked slightly different, and the NBA decided to keep it.    The...

Boys gymnastics team flips past COVID-19 Barriers

Ryan Schoessling, News Editor April 21, 2021

This was by no means a normal year for the Rolling Meadows boys gymnastics team. This was their first time being able to compete in almost two years, as last season was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic....

Spring sports preview

Sean Grant, Sports Editor April 21, 2021

Baseball: With returning seniors Alex Lazes, Alberto Serna and Ryan Stubitsch, as well as juniors Nick Benkler, Ashton Bond and PJ Ford, the boys baseball team is looking to be strong in the conference...

March Madness Recap

March Madness Recap

Ryan Schoessling, News Editor April 21, 2021

With one of the most strange and memorable years in College Basketball history coming to an end, it was only right that the NCAA tournament brought some memories with it. Between the buzzer beaters, upsets...

Chicago Cubs, White Sox allowing fans this season

Sarah Tanny, Editor-In-Chief March 19, 2021

Despite the development of the pandemic last spring, the MLB was able to squeeze in a shortened season. But something was obviously missing. There was no roar from a crowd when a home run was hit. There...

Bears draft needs

Sean Grant, Sports Editor March 19, 2021

With just eight total draft picks this year, the Chicago Bears will need to make the most out of their limited draft capital and find quality players in the later rounds, something that, for the most part,...

Boys soccer kicks off season with big goals

Sean Grant, Sports Editor March 19, 2021

It’s going to be a crazy season this year for the RMHS varsity boys soccer team, as they are going to have rescheduled games and have multiple sports seasons crossing over into one another due to COVID-19....

MLB offseason round-up

Michael Serritella, Staff Writer March 19, 2021

With baseball right around the corner, it is time to look at some offseason moves and preview what the MLB might look like this year. There have been many moves this offseason to set up this upcoming season....

Boys basketball team has historic season

Sammi France, Editor-In-Chief March 19, 2021

The RMHS boys basketball team has just finished a historical season, despite it being shortened, because of COVID-19. For the first time in 30 years, the Mustangs are conference champs, as they defeated...

SheBelieves Cup

SheBelieves Cup

Vasi Urs-Juffa, Staff Writer March 19, 2021

The SheBelieves Cup is an invitational women’s soccer tournament held in the United States in late February. It is an annual event that has now been going on for six years. The four teams play a round-robin...

NBA award predictions

Eli Morkert, Sports Editor March 19, 2021

The NBA season is about half-way over, which means it’s time to predict awards for the end of the season. So far, this season has been very interesting when it comes to award races, with players constantly...

March Madness preview

March Madness preview

Ryan Schoessling, News Editor March 8, 2021

With March already upon us, it is officially an American sports fan’s favorite time of the year, March Madness. The 64 team NCAA Basketball Tournament leaves fans astonished every year with buzzer-beaters,...

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