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D'Angelo Dereef, Al Raby High School
Patrick New, Benet Academy High School
John Ivlow, Bolingbrook High School
Matt Erlenbaugh, Buffalo Grove High School
Brad Seaburg, Cary-Grove High School
John Konecki, Crete-Monee High School
Michael Boehm, De La Salle High School
Travis Moore, Dwight D. Eisenhower High School
Gene Nudo, Fenwick High School
Ryan Wilkens, Glenbard North High School
Ryan Crissey, Glenbard South High School
Morgan Weaver, Hillcrest High School
Dan Hartman, Hinsdale Central High School
Tim Heyse, Hoffman Estates High School
Craig Buzea, Homewood-Flossmoor High School
Rob Zvonar, Lincoln-Way East High School
David Ernst, Lincoln-Way West High School
John Holecek, Loyola Academy High School
Ronald Dawczak, Marist High School
Alan Thorson, Morris High School
Frank Lenti, Mount Carmel High School
Tim Racki, Nazareth Academy High School
Chris Schremp, Prairie Ridge High School
Terrell Alexander, Rich Central High School
Tony Sheehan, Richards High School
Matt Miller, St. Ignasis
Harold Blackmon, St. Laurence High School
Nick Hildreth, Willowbrook High School
On April 25, 2018, Prep Insight Magazine held its annual High School Football Player of the year banquet. It was attended by over a hundred honorees, parents, and others to celebrate the exceptional achievements, both athletic and academic, of the 39 top athletes in the Chicagoland and Illinois area. It was an incredible night!
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“BLACK PANTHER” just achieved something that had occurred only twice before in two decades.
Ryan Coogler’s cultural event of a film won its fifth consecutive weekend at the domestic box office, according to Sunday’s studio estimates.
The Disney/Marvel movie grossed $27 million over the weekend to top the new “Tomb Raider,” which grossed $23 million. Final North American numbers are due Monday afternoon.
The only previous films to win five straight weekends in the past 20 years are 2009’s “Avatar” and 1999’s “The Sixth Sense.” “Titanic,” from 1997, holds the record, which seems unbreakable in the current quick-to-DVD era; it reigned for 15 straight weekends, according to Box Office Mojo.
“Black Panther” is the year’s biggest release by a long shot, having grossed $605 million domestically and $1.18 billion worldwide.
SAN ANTONIO — Juggernauts are not supposed to look like this, without a superstar, a catchy nickname, a lineup of future N.B.A. All-Stars or the air of intimidation that is palpable even in layup lines. Villanova has none of these things. Read MORE
Where would our players be without the exceptional guidance of the coaches!! We are honoring the top coaches in the area at our annual awards reception. This event has now been rescheduled!! Its on for Saturday, May 19th! Get your tickets TODAY!! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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