2018

Pritzker’s disappointing Football season

December 3, 2018

By Citlaly Leyva ’21 The Boys’ Junior Varsity Football team  had a competitive and tough season. It can be concluded that it was not their best season. They have worked very hard and had the […]

2018

Expectations for the football season

October 1, 2018

By Griselda Jimenez ’20 The football team has started their season. The coaches, players, and managers go to North-grand/Belvis Park to practice. Players are expected to have a GPA of a 2.3 or higher to […]

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

ITW vs. Pritzker: Tensions brought on the field

September 26, 2017

By Ariana Lopez ’18 and Abril Pereznegron ’18 Pritzker was unexpectedly defeated by ITW Speer during a rough and hectic game on Sept. eight. The final score resulted in 14-7. The crowd was loud and […]

Culture

Athletes and their superstitions

October 25, 2016

       By Oscar Comas ’17   Picture yourself in the super bowl. One game elimination. Win or go home. Millions of fans are watching from around the world. You could feel the pressure some of the […]

Fall Sports

Touchdown vs. Try

September 2, 2015

 Jesus Bustos ’17 A clash between two sports, the modern version being football and the original version being rugby.  Both are popular, but which one is better?