Peaches, peaches, peaches, peaches and cream — Learning the second cheer of the morning, this young lady laughs off a slight mistake. Fuller, along with a dozen other girls, are enrolled in cheerleading camp at Robbins Park. After a week of drills and practices the girls will debut their new skills at football game held on Friday in the park. (Jim Slonoff photos)
Central will take over lacrosse programs
Lacrosse is now an official school sport at Hinsdale Central High School and is expected to be sanctioned by the Illinois High School Association this fall.
The Hinsdale High School District 86 Board Monday approved adding four assistant coaches each to the boys and girls lacrosse programs at a total cost of $44,000, bringing the teams entirely under the umbrella of the school.
“I’m very pleased. We’re excited about it being a school sport,” John Bloomfield, president of the Hinsdale ... read more