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Week three postmortem: Top fantasy football waiver wire pickups

Sahil Shah, Copy Editor

September 27, 2016

Need some killer waiver wire pickups? Copy editor Sahil Shah has got you covered. RB Jordan Howard, Chicago Bears (Owned in 32 percent of leagues) If you need a running back, look no further. Even though he is on the Chicago Bears, Howard became a legitimate fantasy option last week, especiall...

Week one postmortem: Top fantasy football waiver wire pickups

September 15, 2016

Week 1 was the week for rookie wideouts. New York Giants wide receiver Sterling Shepard and Houston Texans wide receiver Will Fuller exploded in their respective NFL debuts, and some other under-the-radar talents emerged, ripe for the waiver wire picking. Note: for a player to be eligible for this list, ...

Shah on Sports: Winners and Losers of NFL Free Agency

Sahil Shah, Sports Editor

March 15, 2016

Winner: Houston Texans People are blowing up over the fact that the Texans paid so much money for Brock Osweiler. But consider the crop of quarterbacks available this offseason: Robert Griffin III, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Colin Kaepernick and Johnny Manziel. The Texans started four different quarterbacks (Ho...

The record-breaking relay

Anup Patel, Staff Writer

March 7, 2016

  1:12:1 was the time to beat. Coach Frank Schweda knew that this year his 4x150 had the chance to break the school record. On Feb. 26, senior Jack Swindells, juniors Nigel Wilson and Matt Zieba and sophomore Jared Axelrad beat the high school record with a time of one minute and 11....

Shah on Sports: Chicago Bears Season Preview

Sahil Shah, Sports Editor

February 22, 2016

Jay Cutler finally proved to his critics that, with a consistent offensive coordinator, he could be the quarterback that Bears fans always thought he could be. And then Adam Gase, the man that Cutler himself credits much of his success to, left to take a head coaching job elsewhere. Cutler had a car...

Shah on Sports: Chicago Bulls Season Preview

Shah on Sports: Chicago Bulls Season Preview

Sahil Shah, Sports Editor

February 22, 2016

Frustration. If you were to condense the entire 2016 Chicago Bulls season into one word, it would most definitely be frustration. Frustration that Jimmy Butler and Derrick Rose look like toddlers fighting over who gets to play with the basketball first at lunchtime recess. Frustration that first-year hea...

Shah on Sports: Chicago Blackhawks Season Preview

Shah on Sports: Chicago Blackhawks Season Preview

Sahil Shah, Sports Editor

February 22, 2016

After their third championship in six years, and major contributors such as Patrick Sharp and Johnny Oduya lost during free agency, fans were worried that the team was done with the Stanley Cup- at least for a little while. After concerning sexual assault allegations- a frenzy of wild accusations and...

Varsity guard Murphy becomes sixth player to reach 1000

Sahil Shah, Sports Editor

February 21, 2016

Junior Jared Murphy eclipsed a major milestone this past weekend, becoming just the sixth person in Rolling Meadows history to score 1,000 total points. “Now that I have actually surpassed the 1000 point mark, it’s crazy to think that only a few others have done the same [thing],” Murphy sa...

Senior bowler earns MSL All-Conference honors

Sammi Milligan, Staff Writer

February 11, 2016

With a new state, a new team and new records to set, senior Robyn Konrad has proven herself to be a great addition to the Rolling Meadows bowling team. After moving from Wisconsin to Rolling Meadows, Konrad was faced with becoming accustomed to vigorous practices again after taking a personal break over the...

Stay Golde

Pooja Patil, Public Relations Director

January 7, 2016

When she was three, senior Dakota Golde stepped onto the ice for the first time. Since that moment she has accomplished so much in her ice skates and in the ice rink. Before she transitioned to hockey, Golde started out as a figure skater on the Chicago Jazz team. She also competed and won first place...

Swim team looks to capitalize on 2-0 start

Nidhi Thakkar, Sports Editor

December 18, 2015

After winning the MSL East title and breaking numerous records last season, the RMHS boys swimming team is determined to snag the MSL title. The boys recently won their first two meets- the first against Conant High School and the second against John Hersey High School, starting their season on a posi...

Boys soccer

Ryan Kramp, Staff Writer

November 11, 2015

Finishing their season with a playoff run, RMHS boys soccer team is happy with how their year turned out. Head Coach Peter Mikulak has emphasized the importance of working hard and staying focused during practice to improve and grow after each game. “The challenges we faced this season are always stayin...

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