The first half of the season for the Niles West Wolves Wrestling team has been tough to say the least. From lack of depth and commitment to members not showing up and quitting the team.Read more
The lack of commitment from some of the members has lead to some disappointing results, including forfeiting 4-9 weights.
“We had to
The wrestling team this year has been working harder than ever even with being a young team. They doesn’t have full line up, which causes them to struggle sometimes. The wrestling team is constantly in the gym to improve their strength, which gives them the ability to use a wide range of moves.Read more
The NWN sat down with Boys varsity Wrestling Coach Anthony Genovesi about the upcoming season.Read more
NWN: What are your aspirations for the season?
Genovesi: We’re looking to go as far as we can, whether that be regionals, sectionals or state.
NWN: Who are going to be some of the key players on the team this year?
Genovesi: This year,
He’s one of the top wrestlers at Niles West as well as a star on the gridiron in the fall. You’ve definitely noticed senior Isaac Reinemann around the school with his “dude”-esque dark brown locks and cool demeanor. Before I can even begin my line of questioning towards Reinemann, he’s approached outside the cafe byRead more
The NWN sat down with head coach Anthony Genovesi to discuss the Boys’ Wrestling team and expectations for the 2013-2014 season.Read more
NWN: How did the wrestling team do last year?
Genovesi: We tied in conference and won third in regionals.
NWN: How do you hope the performance level will be this year?
Genovesi: I’m optimistic that we can compete for another conference title.
NWN: Who are the
Thursday morning, members and coaches of the varsity wrestling team gathered in the Oakton Lobby to send senior Vaughn Monreal-Berner off to state.Read more
Monreal-Berner is going to state for the first time in his career here at West, and he doesn’t intend to stop there.
“I’m hoping to place [at state] and win if possible. It’s been
It all started on a beautiful mid-spring day. The birds were chirping and there wasn’t a cloud in the perfectly blue sky. It seemed like the best day ever, that was until something went wrong for then freshman Andrew Matias.Read more
They were playing softball in gym that day, but still the day seemed pretty normal. They