The Niles West News sat down with head football coach Scott Baum to talk about the upcoming football season. We are all looking forward to a year with more wins, a new offense, and more records waiting to be shattered. The junior heavy Wolves roster may be young, but is nonetheless looking promising.Read more
NWN: How’s the team looking to
This NFL season has been one of the most exciting seasons, with some of the best games of football I have ever watched. This Super Bowl, the New England Patriots and The Seattle Seahawks square up for the title game. As many of you know,the recent deflate gate scandal is still under investigation, and isRead more
The varsity football team beat Glenbrook South 35-31 in their last home and regular game of the season Friday night, Oct. 24, providing the school with a senior night victory. The team heads to the postseason with a record of six wins and three losses.Read more
According to IHSA, the varsity football team made it into the
Due to a teacher’s strike at Waukegan High School, tonight’s varsity football game against the Bulldogs has been canceled.Read more
The Bulldogs must forfeit against the Wolves, leaving West with a 5-1 record and a playoff berth likely.
“Based on the history of teams making the ISHA playoffs, we will have enough points to make the playoffs,” head
The Skokie Skirmish is the annual football game between Niles North and Niles West. Last year our wolves smoked the Vikings, but this year was a head to head battle until the final buzzer. The game hosted at Niles West was kicked off with a fireworks show and the team emerging from an inflatable Wolf.Read more
The Niles West News sat down with head football coach Scott Baum to talk about the upcoming football season. We are all looking forward to a year with more wins, a more mature offense, and more records waiting to be shattered.Read more
NWN: What are the goals you have for this year coming off of a 6-0 start?
Senior Andrew Mihulet has committed to Quincy University to play Division II football.Read more
Mihulet said it was a great feeling to play football in College.
“[It was] the best feeling ever, [I’ve] dreamed of it since I was a little kid,” Mihulet said.
Playing in a school that was inside Illinois was important, along with the learning experience.
“The school is nice;