Saturday, November 24, 2012
Every day this week Patch will profile a member of the Lincoln-Way East Griffins football team in honor of their upcoming participation in the State Championship.
Name: Justin Corbett Jersey: #2 Position: WR/DB/RB Grade: 12 What is the greatest strength of this year’s football team? The greatest strength of this year’s football team is “unity” - we are one heartbeat. What has been the highlight of this season so far? What is your best memory of the season? The highlight of this season so far is making it down to state. The best memory of the season is the work we put in before the season. What is the greatest challenge the team has faced this season? Proving all of our doubters wrong this season and rebounding from last season. What would winning the state championship mean to you? It would mean all of our hard work has paid off. If you are a senior, what are your plans for next year? My plan is to …
Friday, November 23, 2012
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Friday, November 23, 2012
Remember the season's many highlights with Patch's Griffin gallery.
The Lincoln-Way East High School football team will finish the 2012-13 season on Saturday, when they face off against Glenbard West High School at Champaign's Memorial Stadium to battle it out for the Class 7A state championship title. The L-W East Griffins are currently undefeated, with a 13-0 record. Revisit the Griffins' season so far, with this collection of photo highlights, tracking East's many victories throughout the season. Get news alerts and Facebook updates from these Lincoln-Way Patch sites:
Friday, May 13, 2011
The boys gymnastics team won a state championship Friday evening. Junior Ajani Cargle won the all-around title. A parade will roll through the district in their honor on Sunday.
Just call them state champs. The Lincoln-Way High School Co-Op boys gymnastics team won the 2011 state championship Friday in the squad's home gym. The team won its first boys gymnastics state title since 2006, finishing in strong fashion on the floor exercise, to keep Wheaton Co-Op from sending the team to its fourth straight second-place finish. Tyler Yost contributed a 9.35, Victor Valencia had a 9.55 and Ajani Cargle followed with a season-best 9.5 to propel Lincoln-Way to a new season-high of 163. "We had a lot of different kids step up for us today," Lincoln-Way coach Skip Adamson said. "Every kid plugged away really well for themselves and it helped the team." Cargle won the all-around title with a 55.45, becoming the first boys …