Tuesday, October 23, 2012
The Griffins and the Phoenix are both headed to the playoffs this year. Find out when and where they'll be playing this weekend.
Both Lincoln-Way East High School and Lincoln-Way North High School have had strong regular football seasons this year. The Griffins enjoyed an undefeated regular season, while the Phoenix begin the playoffs with a 6-3 record. This Friday, the Griffins enter the first round of the Class 7A Illinois high school football playoffs as the number one seed, against the Plainfield Central Wildcats, who are seeded at number eight and have a 6-3 record. The game begins at 7 p.m. and will be held on the Griffins' home turf. Meanwhile, the Phoenix will begin the Class 6A playoffs by taking on the Bulldogs, of Richards High School, at an away game in Oak Lawn. Richards is seeded at number two, with an 8-1 record. Lincoln-Way North received the number…
Monday, October 1, 2012
Lincoln-Way North High School continued its Homecoming Week tradition with its annual parade through the community on Sunday.
Lincoln-Way North High School kicked off its annual Homecoming Week on Sunday afternoon with a parade through the Frankfort Square community. Hundreds of student athletes, academic teams, marching bands, elected officials and community organizations marched. Other participants were the Frankfort Square Wildcats Football Association, the Summit Hill Junior High School Marching Band, Boy Scout and Girl Scout troops and the Frankfort Jaycees. The Phoenix will play Thornridge High School in the Homecoming game Friday night. Get News Alerts and Facebook Updates From These Patch Sites:
Friday, September 23, 2011
Patch looks at upcoming prep football match-ups by rating how their mascots would fare in a no-holds-barred duel.
Welcome to the second Mascot Wars, where we look at upcoming prep football match-ups by determining how their mascots would fare in a no-holds-barred duel. Today, we’re looking at the Lincoln-Way North Phoenix and the Lincoln-Way West Warriors, due to face off tonight at 7 p.m. at North. Nothing from Harry Potter counts. Sorry, kids, but if we’re already pitting a bird that never existed against the general concept of someone who makes war, we don’t want to confuse it more by talking about healing tears or hot feathers or anything else from the brain of J.K. Rowling. We’re going with the much more accurate source of Wikipedia, which tells us the phoenix is a sacred firebird from many ancient mythologies and OMG SLAYER RULEZ HAHAHAHA!!!! […