The Warrior

Freshmen Star In Varsity Sports

November 23, 2010

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By Vivian Troche As Maddie Lord, Div. 471, entered Lane for her first day of high school she was completely prepared. She has spent most of her summer practicing inside and outside the school building and knew her way around. ...

Schneider wins Olympic Gold

November 23, 2010

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By Johnny Stacewicz Max Schneider had a grand total of three weeks to enjoy his state championship before he had to turn his focus to the 2010 youth Olympics in Singapore.As a sophomore, Schneider finished last year’s...

Sod to make field usable practice area once again

May 19, 2010

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By Alejandra Jimenez & Caitlyn Kolakowski Over the past few weeks, classes on Lane's west side have been interrupted by the noise of large trucks carrying rolls of sod down the alleyway between the school and the stadium. ...

Schneider wins State championship

May 19, 2010

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By Nader Ihmoud Last year Max Schneider shocked the Illinois high school wrestling world by doing everything but win the state title. This year’s State championship run had little shock value. Schneider returned...

Lane pounces on rival Whitney Young early; holds on 3-0

May 19, 2010

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By Nader Ihmoud The Lady Indians soccer team dominated the first half of their April 19 game cruising to 3-0 victory over rival Whitney Young. Mid way through the first half the Lady Indians struck first blood and...

Lady Indians fall short in city title rematch

May 19, 2010

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By Nader Ihmoud In a rematch of last years Girl’s Softball City Championships, North Side College Prep had just enough to get by Lane, 8-7, April 12 at Horner Park. The Mustangs avoided late heroics in the bottom...

Lacrosse installed as new Chicago Public League sport

May 19, 2010

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By Ricardo Guzman The sport of lacrosse is still relatively new, but not to Lane. The Boy’s Lacrosse Team has dominated city play, and often does well against suburban competition. New this year is a CPS Lacrosse...

Budget cuts cause sports cuts

May 19, 2010

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By Johnny Stacewicz Due to huge state budget deficits, CPS made the decision to cut all sophomore sports for the remainder of the 2009-2010 school year. Rumors also circulated that all JV sports could be cut, but that...

Who rivals Lane?

February 9, 2010

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By Erik Prado Which CPS high school would be considered the biggest rival of Lane? Depends on who you ask. Athletes from different sports list various schools as their rivals. Yet, one school currently stands...

Lettermen Club debuts “Activities Nights” with Dodgeball tournament

February 9, 2010

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By Stephanie Pineda On Friday, Feb. 5, Lane’s Lettermen Club held its first of many “Activities Nights.” The first was a dodgeball tournament since last year’s dodgeball tournament proved to be so successful. Admission...

Rio steps down as Varsity Football Coach

December 18, 2009

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By Erik Prado Coach Rich Rio announced Dec. 14 that he will be stepping down as Lane Football coach, 13 years after taking the job. He will remain Lane’s Athletic Director, a position he has held since 1995. The...

Girls’ Basketball bounces back after tough loss

December 18, 2009

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By Nader Ihmoud Lane’s Varsity Girls Basketball Team’s strategy was simple. Slow down St. Benedictine’s offense, control the tempo, limit the outside shooting, and dominate inside. They did just that in a 52-40 victory...

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