2018

Coaches who never played the sport they coach

April 3, 2018

By Ariana Lopez ’18 The concept of ‘coaching’ is often associated with guidance and experience. Coaching, as defined by skillsyouneed.com, is “a process that aims to improve performance and focuses on the ‘here and now’ […]

2018

Coaches life outside of PCP

April 3, 2018

By Alexis Tellez ’18 Students that are in a sport at Pritzker know how difficult it is to handle both  the sport and being able to keep up with their education. Some students have a […]

2018

Sports competing in IHSA  

March 6, 2018

By Lesley Solis ’18 Illinois High School Association is a program for high schools to compete against one another out of the Noble Network. The way that the sports are chosen to participate in IHSA […]

2018

Pritzker’s Cheer Team Continues To Make History

March 6, 2018

By Hector Lopez ’19 Pritzker’s Varsity Cheer Team made history once again at the Noble Cheer Competition by winning their fifth consecutive competition on Feb. 3. The atmosphere was intense. As all the teams prepared, […]

2018

Why are Pritzker students attracted to sports?

March 6, 2018

By Ariana Lopez ’18 What is Sports Culture? Google defines Sports Culture as: “one aspect of the general culture of society; it is a sphere of social activity intended to strengthen personal health, develop one’s […]

Class of 2017

First Wrestling match of  the year!

November 28, 2017

By Hernan Bueno ’18 and Monica Delgado ’18 What is wrestling? Wrestling is a sport in which you try to take down your opponent. Wrestling involves two competitors trying to pin each other down in […]

2017

Potential New Track team heading our way?

November 28, 2017

By Perla Flores ’19 Through the years, Pritzker has gained and gotten rid of many sports teams. This spring a new potential sport may be added to our Pritzker sports. Tamika Robinson, PE teacher and […]

2017

The New Brand 2017-2018 Boys Basketball Team

November 28, 2017

By Austin Molina ‘18     With the Basketball season coming up and the team having lost many starters that were seniors, the jaguars are stuck figuring out who will be the new five starters. Even though […]

2017

Decreasing in size: Football

November 28, 2017

By Abril Pereznegron ’18 Taking a closer look at the numbers of Pritzker’s football players, a decline has been noted. In the year of 2013, 11.2% of the male population was part of the football […]

2017

Wetmore takes the lead

November 28, 2017

By Lesley Solis ’18   Andrew Wetmore, Baseball and Basketball head coach goes out of his way for Pritzker sports events. During every sports season, Wetmore has the chance to write about the final scores […]

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