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Congratulations to Tanner Makris, this years Carson Peele Most Valuable Teammate recipient This award is given every season to the player who demonstrates the greatest work ethic, the most enthusiasm and the one who is most willing place team before self. This award is the program's highest honor.READ MORE
All Area - Matt Rafferty
All Conference - Matt Rafferty, Brian Owens, Jared Eck.
WSC Academic Achievement - Evan Blust, Jared Eck, Alec Hutcherson, Tanner Makris, Joe Monat & Brian Owens.
Scholar Athletes - Jared Eck, Alec Hutcherson, Grant Lillard, Tanner Makris, Joe Monat, Brian Owens & Ryan Scales.
IHSA Scholastic Achievement Award - Jared Eck, Alec Hutcherson, Grant Lillard, Tanner Makris, Joe Monat, Brian Owens & Ryan Scales.
Carson Peele - Tanner MakrisREAD MORE
By Chris Walker Sun-Times February 28th, 2013
Geneva senior Mike Trimble realized that his high school career would come to a sudden end if he didn’t step up and make some plays during Thursday’s Class 4A WW South regional semifinal against Hinsdale Central. Held scoreless in the first half, Trimble came up big in the second half, scoring nine points and helping the Vikings hold off the Red Devils, 55-49.
Geneva (21-8) won’t have long to celebrate, though, as they return to Wheaton on Friday to face West Aurora for the regional championship. “To these kids, they don’t know any better, but to everyone else around basketball, winning a regional semifinal is now really like winning a regional,” said Geneva coach Phil Ralston said. ... READ MORE
By Kimberly Fornek email@example.com February 27, 2013
HINSDALE — Andrew Jones had been teaching English at Hinsdale Central High School for five years when he wanted an adventure and decided to teach internationally. He wrote a book, “Two Seasons in the Bubble: Living and Coaching Basketball in Bulgaria,” about the experience.
Q. How did the opportunity to teach in Bulgaria come up?
I went to an international teaching recruiting fair in Boston in February 2007 and I talked to schools from all over the world. I interviewed with 12 different schools and I got five offers (from schools in) Aruba, Beijing, Berlin, Namibia in Africa, and Sofia, Bulgaria.
Q. Why did you choose the school in Bulgaria?
I liked the job (teaching English literature). ... READ MORE
Nick Aiello - Contributing Editor - NY2LASPORTS February 27, 2013
Prospects around the country are coming upon the end of their regular seasons and gearing up for an eventful spring and summer full of tournaments and camps. Oneprospect who is not ready to conclude his school season yet is 2015 forward Matt Rafferty, from Hinsdale Central High School in Illinois. We caught up with Rafferty to get a view of his season’s outlook and where his recruitment is headed. Having earned a first round bye with a strong 18-6 record in Illinois’ Class 4A, Hinsdale Central and their rising sophomore sensation, Rafferty, will have to wait till Wednesday to compete in the playoffs. The 6-6 forward has enjoyed a great sophomore year averaging 15 points and 11 ... READ MORE