2013 January : Bear Facts

Bears lose to Lake Forest

Bears lose to Lake Forest

January 15, 2013 • Jenna Roach, Sports Writer  
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Boys’ basketball lost to Lake Forest 59-44 Friday night at home, making their record 8 and 10.             The team was tied 8-8 at the end of the first quarter. However, Lake Forest began to take the lead in the second quarter and kept it throughout the game.              Mike... Read more »

Forest preserves offering lit up trails

Forest preserves offering lit up trails

January 10, 2013 • emmy schwerdt, bear facts news writer  
Filed under News

Two different Lake County forest preserves are currently offering new paths that are lit by solar lights and are open later than regular paths. Lakewood Forest Preserve’s Winter Sports Complex, at the intersection of Fairfield Road and Route 176 in Wauconda, and Old School Forest Preserve, near the... Read more »

New TV shows premiering in January

January 10, 2013 • kat pauli, bear facts viewpoint editor  
Filed under Entertainment

As we move into 2013, new shows are premiering on all the major networks.  Many of these shows may end up only running one season, but some may go on for years. Which shows do you think will succeed? “The Following”- Kevin Bacon goes from Footloose to FBI in his new crime drama about a former FBI... Read more »

LZHS assesses cafeteria food

January 10, 2013 • genna danial, bear facts features writer  
Filed under News

Sodexo, LZHS’s food provider, set up laptops in the cafeteria the week of December 3, 2012, so students could give feedback regarding the cafeteria food.             Students could take the Sodexo Student Satisfaction Survey during their lunch periods in the cafeteria.  The survey asked... Read more »

Alabama wins second consecutive BCS National Championship

January 10, 2013 • meagan bens, bear facts sports writer  
Filed under Sports

Alabama’s Crimson Tide swept onto the field and left the Irish biting the dust with a win of 42 to 14 at the BCS National Championship game on January 7. Alabama was unstoppable as they marched down the field during the first quarter. Within the first two minutes running back Eddie Lacy rushed up the... Read more »