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32 | February 16, 2017 | The winnetka Current SPORTS winnetkacurrent.com 22ND CENTURY MEDIA is looking for local FREELANCE REPORTERS and PHOTOGRAPHERS to cover events, meetings and sports in the area. Athlete of the Year Fast start propels NT’s Kalis to award Michael Wojtychiw Sports Editor New Trier is known for having a lot of success in most sports with many of its athletes winning various awards. The Trevians added yet another local award as girls basketball player Kristie Kalis won the sixth annual 22nd Century Media Athlete of the Year contest racking up 2,428 votes to defeat fellow NT athlete Eden Rane, a coxswain on the Trevians crew team, who tallied 1,415 votes. The contest, which ended Thursday, Feb. 9, included athletes from six schools in the 22CM coverage area. Glenbrook North boys soccer player Seth Grossman finished third with 864 votes, Loyola track/ cross country’s Kathryn House fourth with 748 and Bridget McConnell fifth with 429. The other nominees included Ryan Gattari (LF hockey), Jake Mandel (HP baseball), Sam Iida (GBS boys swimming and diving), Claire Sullivan (LA gymnastics), Tom Condon (LF water polo), Kiley Sullivan (GBN girls soccer), David Adelstein (HP baseball), Caroline Witkowski (LA tennis), Nicole Urbanowicz (NT volleyball), Olivia Peters (GBS soccer), Kelly Maday (NT soccer) and Chris Canning (LA diving). For her victory, Kalis will receive a prize package including a personalized sweatshirt. New Trier’s Kristie Kalis is the winner VARSITY of the VIEWS 22CM Athlete of the Year contest. Varsity Views VARSITY VIEWS Interested individuals should send an email with a resume and any clips to jobs@22ndcenturymedia.com CHICAGO SOUTHWEST CHICAGO NORTHSHORE www.22ndcenturymedia.com MALIBU

winnetkacurrent.com Winnetka the winnetka current | February 16, 2017 | 33 yoga strength group exercise nutrition fun JCC Chicago’s All Star Abilities is an original, peer-to-peer program focusing on fitness and wellness through a variety of activities for teens with and without disabilities. Led by JCC Chicago and Keshet professional staff. No cost to participate; all training and instruction included. Teen volunteers can earn service credit hours. Marvin Lustbader Center Bernard Weinger JCC 300 Revere Drive, Northbrook Program Begins Soon! Program information at jccchicago.org/asa Supported by the Breakthrough Fund: An Innovation of the Jewish United Fund of Metropolitan Chicago. JCC Chicago is a non-profit organization inspired by Jewish values, bridging traditions and generations to create a more vibrant, connected community. JCC is a partner with the Jewish United Fund in serving our community. ©2017 JCC Chicago

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