Bears come ready to win at homecoming game

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Bears come ready to win at homecoming game

To kick off the start of the game, the football players lift their helmets ready to win against Marist.

To kick off the start of the game, the football players lift their helmets ready to win against Marist.

Photo by Alex Ketcham

To kick off the start of the game, the football players lift their helmets ready to win against Marist.

Photo by Alex Ketcham

Photo by Alex Ketcham

To kick off the start of the game, the football players lift their helmets ready to win against Marist.

Alexandra Rauchfuss, Staff Writer

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The rainy night didn’t stop the Bears from pulling off a win last Friday night, against Stevenson. The team is off to a strong start this season, with a current record of 3-2. 

“There were a lot of challenges we had to deal with as the game time was switched up and the weather wasn’t perfect, but we didn’t let it bother us and we were  fully prepared to come out and beat Stevenson,” Sam Holtz, junior quarterback, said. 

Although the team faced some challenges with the weather and the time being changed they still came ready to win and played strong. 

With the victory, the team, students and staff are looking forward to the homecoming game tonight, against Libertyville. In hopes to pull off another win the team plans to “keep doing what we have been doing” and add the new ideas for the offensive side, according to Holtz. 

“A lot more people come out to the game for homecoming, and I’m mostly looking forward to us putting on a show for our school and coming out with the win,” Holtz said. “The atmosphere is going to be a fun experience so we know we have to perform well.” 

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