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Shattering Expectations

Shattering Expectations

Kamika Patel, Editor-in-chief

May 24, 2019

Soon after senior Maggie Goodwin signed up for water polo in the seventh grade through a class offered by a local park district pool; what was to be a simple pastime turned to be a passion that would drive Goodwin to make her mark and put her name on state leaderboards. During this past season and h...

Young and Hungry

Elizabeth Davenport, Features Editor

May 23, 2019

Girls’ Track finished another successful season at their Sectional meet on Thursday, May 9. One athlete, freshman Lauren Schiele, became eligible for State finals with a qualifying 400 meter time of 59.11 seconds.  “All of the season had been building up to this one point, and this [sectional race] is ...

Driving Their Way To Victory

Driving Their Way To Victory

Sammi France, Sports Editor

May 23, 2019

    On May 9, 10 and 11, senior badminton players Agnes Borczykowska and Ina Madhi, attended the IHSA Badminton State Meet at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois, competing against Homewood Flossmoor and New Trier High Schools.  While finishing fourth overall in their sectional dou...

Conquered: Football team reclaims MSL East title

Sammi France, Sports Editor

October 19, 2018

The RMHS football team continues their undefeated season with a current record of 8-0. The Mustangs are 4-0 so far within the conference, which has lead the team to accomplish their big goal this season: to win the MSL East title. Even though the boys have remained undefeated throughout the season,...

Ramblers thrive to final four

Sammi France, Staff Writer

May 1, 2018

The Loyola Ramblers were never expected to make it past the first round of the NCAA March Madness Tournament. But, some people had faith in the Ramblers. According to NCAA, only 1,584 brackets had Loyola winning The 2018 National Championship. “I had faith in my city,” Rolling Meadows Freshman Olivia De...

Junior Timmy Syzlak excels in boys track

Elizabeth Clark, Opinions Editor

March 20, 2018

Track and field can be a very daunting sport to take part in. The ability to keep running through the pain without stopping is very difficult to execute. Now, take into account the extreme task of jumping over obstacles at full speed, and that is hurdling. One RMHS athlete that shows tremendous potential...

Swimming toward state

Anup Patel, Online Editor-in-Chief

January 30, 2018

The varsity boys swim team is approaching championship season with their Conference meet on Feb. 10 and Sectionals the week after. Last year, the team fell short of a Conference title. This year, the Mustangs have a strong senior class to lead them through the Conference meet. “Our main goal wi...

Boys wrestling prepares during break

Julian Rodriguez, Staff Writer

December 18, 2017

The RMHS boys wrestling team is well into their season with positive results. The team listened to their coaches advice to learn from their mistakes and they have applied their experience into winning matches. Although the team has had tough losses in winnable matches, the wrestlers assess the fac...

Golden for life

Elizabeth Clark, Opinions Editor

April 20, 2017

Five seniors have the honor of receiving the Golden Mustang Award this year at the spring sports awards. The Golden Mustang Award is an award given to extremely dedicated athletes who committed to play a sport each season of their high school career. Those five seniors are Jonatan Banuelos, Zachary Miller,...

Varsity badminton practice

Lauren Magana, Staff Writer

April 20, 2017

Rolling Meadows High School varsity badminton practicting their drop shots.

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