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  • District 207 school board hopefuls discuss Maine West hazing Mar 31, 2013 7:48 AM
    Maine Township High School District 207 school board hopefuls call for more education and ongoing training of staff, administration and students on recognizing and preventing hazing after recent scandals at Maine West High School in Des Plaines. Seven candidates are vying for four, four-year seats on the District 207 school board April 9.

     
  • District 207 rebates taxes to Maine Township residents Mar 5, 2013 1:45 PM
    Maine Township taxpayers will receive $1 million tax abatement from Maine Township High School District 207. The measure was approved at Monday nightís school board meeting. "We believe our financial management and cost-containment efforts have put us in a position that we can make this tax abatement without compromising the quality of our education,Ē Superintendent Ken Wallace said.

     
  • Winter storm postpones boys playoff basketball games Mar 5, 2013 12:22 PM
    The winter storm hitting the suburbs today has caused several boys high school playoff games to be postponed until Wednesday.

     
  • How to change a culture of hazing in schools Mar 4, 2013 5:13 AM
    Changing a culture of hazing in schools takes more than the mere adoption of anti-bullying policies. It requires making the school environment not just physically, but emotionally safer, according to a consultant hired by Maine Township High School District 207 in the wake of a hazing scandal. "We’ve got to rely on the character and the ethics of our children. Policies don’t go into bathrooms, Facebook."

     
  • District 207 replacing textbooks with Chromebooks Feb 22, 2013 4:17 PM
    All incoming Maine Township High School District 207 freshman and sophomore students must purchase Google Chromebooks as part of a new program that will eventually eliminate the need for physical textbooks. "Instead of filling their backpacks with expensive, heavy, print textbooks, freshman and sophomore students will instead purchase a lightweight Chromebook computer along with electronic books for select courses," District 207 Superintendent Ken Wallace said.

     
  • Verberís impact was widespread in high school sports Feb 4, 2013 4:49 PM
    There are not many coaches from the Chicago suburbs who can say they were part of an IHSA state basketball championship team. But that's what happened for George Verber as an assistant to Maine South coach Quitman Sullins when the Hawks won the 1979 Class AA state title. Verber, who died from leukemia on Jan. 22, went on to become the head coach at Maine West for three seasons and led the Warriors to a conference championship in the 1981-82 season. That was the same year Derril Kipp took over the girls basketball program at Maine West. "He helped teach our kids the 1-3-1 defense we used in 1985 when we beat Maine South to go downstate," said Kipp, a Hall of Fame coach. "Maine South was No. 1 in state and we beat them in the Conant supersectional."

     
  • Suburban cheer teams move on to finals Feb 1, 2013 11:25 PM
    The finals are set, and lots of suburban high schools will compete for the IHSA state cheerleading championships on Saturday in Bloomington. Perennial coed powerhouse Buffalo Grove High School led all scorers Friday, finishing with 91.72 points out of a possible 100.

     
  • Hope is in the air as cheer squads head downstate Feb 1, 2013 5:39 AM
    Cheerleading squads from all over Illinois converge on Bloomington Friday as the 2013 IHSA's competitive cheerleading state championships open. The suburbs are well represented in the 100 schools that made the championships. "We're so excited," said Conant cheerleading coach Dana Muszynski. "We're a young team, but they're very determined and driven." Only the top 10 in each of the three divisions return to compete on Saturday for the state titles.

     
  • Park Ridge native following in father's footsteps Jan 29, 2013 4:10 PM
    Chef Jimmy Bannos Jr grew up with a famous chef father -- Heaven on Seven founder Jimmy Bannos -- but he has stepped out of his father's shadow, earning accolades from local and national media for his culinary prowess at The Purple Pig in Chicago. Read how this Maine South High School graduate evolved into The Prince of Pork.

     
  • Maine West, South lose hall of fame coach, teacher Jan 28, 2013 12:18 PM
    George Verber hated to lose. His intensity as a longtime teacher and coach at Maine South and Maine West was infamous, but the coach finally lost a battle with leukemia he couldn't win. "He was one in a million," said Dave Scott, who took over the basketball program from Verber at Maine West in 1990.

     
  • Suburban cheerleading squads move on to state finals Jan 27, 2013 8:29 AM
    The Illinois High School Association cheerleading sectionals took place Saturday at Rolling Meadows High School. Among the top scorers were Neuqua Valley High School, James B. Conant High School, Vernon Hills High School and Buffalo Grove High School. "The kids worked really hard, and I have an outstanding coaching staff," said Buffalo Grove coach Jeffrey Siegal.

     
  • Images: IHSA State Dance Finals Jan 26, 2013 7:51 PM
    The final round of the IHSA Competitive Dance competition took place in Bloomington on Saturday, January 26th. School performing were Naperville Central, Lake Park, Waubonsie Valley, Libertyville, St. Viator, Downers Grove North, Fremd, Mundelein, Fenton, Downers Grove South, St. Charles North, Lakes, Warren, Grayslake North, Neuqua Valley, Jacobs, South Elgin, Rolling Meadows, Batavia, Buffalo Grove, Vernon Hills, Maine South, Crystal Lake South, Crystal Lake Central, Naperville North and Larkin.

     
  • Maine South, Crystal Lake Central champs at state dance contest Jan 26, 2013 9:31 PM
    The Illinois High School Association debuted its state championship in its newest sport on Saturday, and suburban teams dominated. Suburban teams took the top three medals in the competitive dance finals on Saturday in both the large and medium school divisions.

     
  • Suburban teams advance in state dance competition Jan 25, 2013 11:36 PM
    Suburban high schools are well-represented among the 30 competitive dance teams heading into the IHSA's first state championships on Saturday in Bloomington. Ninety schools competed Friday, but only one-third of them are alive going into the finals.

     
  • Poms teams compete for sectional title in Palatine Jan 24, 2013 10:08 PM
    Poms teams across the state took their activity to a new level on Saturday, when they participated in the first round of the state series in competitive dance, sanctioned by the Illinois High School Association. "We had our fingers crossed, since we didn't know what the judges would be looking for," said Sue Kawecki, coach of the Maine East Demon Squad, that also advanced at the Palatine sectional, with a kick routine.

     
  • Maine S. denies Naperville C. title at Dundee-Crown Dec 30, 2012 12:20 AM
    When Naperville Centralís Jamie Cuny nailed a 3-pointer from the left corner with 10 seconds remaining in the third quarter to give the Redhawks an 11-point lead that capped a 17-5 quarter, it only seemed inevitable that the Redhawks were about to capture their first Dundee-Crown Charger Classic girls basketball championship since they won back-to-back titles with Candace Parker in 2002-03. If anything, the Maine South looked dead in the water after it shot with a lid on its basket, going 2 for 11 in the third quarter with its first points in the second half coming with 1:40 remaining on a basket by Regan Carmichael. However, the lid made its way over to Naperville Centralís end and when Maine South threw in a trap as well midway through the fourth, all bets were off as the Hawks used a 15-4 fourth quarter to force overtime. In the extra session, Carmichael continued her onslaughtm scoring 15 of her career-high 27 points bridging the fourth and overtime to seal a 54-43 comeback win to as the Hawks claimed the D-C championship in their first appearance in the tourney Saturday night in Carpentersville.

     
  • Stempelís sniping sends Stevenson into semis Dec 28, 2012 10:57 PM
    The experience of playing in the 52nd annual Proviso West Holiday Tournament is one Stevenson senior Andy Stempel will likely never forget. His performance in Friday's quarterfinal against Maine South was one that the Hawks coach Tony Lavorato Jr. won't soon forget, either. In the fourth quarter and his team leading 44-41 with 2:07 left, Stempel took a perfect pass from teammate Matt Morrissey and drained a huge 3-pointer. It was the second such combination of pass and score from Morrissey to Stempel, and it proved to be enough to lift the Patriots into the semifinals in their inaugural visit to the tournament with a 54-51 win over Maine South. Stevenson will face Chicago Public League powerhouse Morgan Park in an 8 p.m. semifinal Saturday. Maine South will face Bogan in a consolation game a 3:45 p.m.

     
  • Maine South sends Glenbard East into consolation bracket Dec 27, 2012 9:50 PM
    Glenbard Eastís boys basketball team saw firsthand the difference between one-dimensional and well-rounded. Unfortunately for the Rams they were on the wrong end of the spectrum against Maine South on Thursday. Three players reached double-figure scoring as Maine South advanced to the Proviso West Holiday Tournament quarterfinals with a 60-51 victory over Glenbard East on Thursday in Hillside.

     
  • Former Des Plaines teacher, counselor was beloved Nov 15, 2012 5:16 AM
    John Huizinga dedicated his life to guiding teens through their difficult high school years and being a friend whom they could rely on for lifelong support. That's how friends and family members remembered Huizinga, 84, a former history teacher and high school guidance counselor at Maine East and Maine South high schools for 31 years, who died Nov. 8 after struggling with Parkinson's disease.

     
  • Glenbard North knocks off top-seeded Maine South Nov 10, 2012 9:59 PM
    Glenbard North knew all about Maine South's history of football success. It didn't seem to care. Maine South has won five state championships since 1995 and three since 2008, but it won't win one in 2012 after Glenbard North defeated the top-seeded Hawks 29-23 in a Class 8A quarterfinal in Park Ridge.

     
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