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Yearbook Pics Altered; Students Upset BY STEVE SADIN

LAKE FOREST­— enior yearbook photos at Lake Forest High School were inadvertently altered, upsetting many students who found their faces changed. Cheeks were raised, space added between eyes, necks narrowed, chins resized, facial birthmarks removed, an ear airbrushed out of a photo, skin tone lightened and makeup added to pictures. “At least 50 people came up to me and asked about my picture,” Tara Tuohy, a senior, said. “It was not just me. Everyone was talking about it,” she added, speculating that many of the senior pictures were altered in the yearbook. “When I first saw my picture I

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ummer is finally here and the North Shore offers many fun outdoor activities. Here is a complete summer beach and pool guide including when hours, openings and other important information! LAKE BLUFF: Pool~Park District to held Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies at Sunrise Park & Beach and Lake Bluff Pool on May 28. At Sunrise Park and Beach the new access stairs are now open. At Lake Bluff Pool, the newly constructed tot pool is now open! It replaces the one closed in 2009 and features a zero depth entry, new play and shade structures. The main pool features a new liner and repaired deck. The locker rooms and restrooms have been updated including the addition of an accessible washroom. Beach~Sunrise Beach Regular Hours Lifeguards and monitors will be on duty Saturday, June 4 through Sunday, Aug. 7 during the following hours (M-F from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. and weekends 9 a.m. till 7 p.m.). Exact dates and times dependent upon availability of staff. Swimming is prohibited when lifeguards are not on duty. Staff will be on duty to collect fees, check beach passes and check dog beach tags until 8:30 p.m. Please hold on to your receipt for possible spot checks during the day.

Crowds enjoy the nice weather at Gillson Beach in Willmette. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER

2016. After Aug. 21 the lifeguards will be on duty, weekends only until Labor Day. Lake Forest residents can reserve beach facilities. A valid Lake Forest vehicle license is required for parking in any beach lot.

beach yoga & volleyball. The times of operation vary depending on days and weather. Information will be updated regularly at pdhp.org. Pool~ Hidden Creek Aquatic Park opened May 28. Open swim Monday-Thursday is from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. On Friday it is from 4:30 to 7 p.m. On Saturday and Sunday open swim is from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Public swim hours are from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. On Tuesday and Thursday public swim hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. On Saturday public swim is from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and on Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. Deerspring Pool is HIGLAND PARK: Beach~Rosewood Beach in located at 200 Deerfield Road. It LAKE FOREST: Highland Park opened on Saturis an L-shaped Olympic-size pool Forest Park Beach will have day May 28 with lifeguards on that is 3 to 5 feet deep. The diving lifeguards on duty daily from 10 duty. Rosewood has a swimming DEERFIELD:  bay is 11.6 feet deep, with a a.m. - 7 p.m. beginning Saturday beach, a beachfront Interpretive Deerspring Pool Opens Sat- 1-meter diving board and a drop June 4, 2016- Sunday Aug. 21, Center, nature programming, urday, June 4th till August 14th. slide.

Micthell Pool will open from June 11th till September 5th. Mitchell Pool public swim hours are from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. On Saturday its from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. The pool is located at 951 Wilmot Road (corner of Hazel). It is a "Z" shaped pool ranging from 2.5 to 5 feet deep. The diving well is 12 feet deep. Children 4 year old and younger Continued on PG 12

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[ REAL ESTATE ]

11 don cooke honored

24 open houses

Lake Forest resident to be honored for his work with the McCormick Foundation.

12 summer is here!

Check out our North Shore pool and beach guide!

12 altered pictures

Lake Forest High School yearbook pics were altered in ways that upset students.

Find out — complete with map — what houses you can walk through for possible purchase on the North Shore on Sunday.

26 houses of the week

Intriguing houses for sale in our towns are profiled.

[ SPORTS ] 31 bickel up

[LIFESTYLE & ARTS ]

Trevians ride hot play from singles ace to win eventful state championship

17 north shorts Free Will.

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Lake Forest resident Don Cooke is at the Forefront of philanthropy talented staff and an engaged Board of Directors as stewards of n June 8, 2016, Lake the amazing legacy of Robert R. Forest resident and author McCormick, editor and pubDon Cooke is being lisher of the Chicago Tribune for honored by Forefront, an orga- over four decades. It allows me nization previously known as to be a partner with all sorts of Donors Forum, at its annual dedicated people in our commuluncheon to be held at the Hyatt nity and across the country who Regency Chicago. Forefront’s are committed to helping those mission statement includes build- most in need. I continually learn ing “a vibrant social impact sector about all sorts of issues, chalfor all the people of Illinois,” and lenges, and solutions, and the Mr. Cooke, the McCormick McCormick Foundation does its Foundation’s Senior Vice Presi- part to help. We work in early dent for Philanthropy, is a fitting childhood education, democracy, honoree. Along with Mr. Cooke, veterans’ issues, and basic human lauded musician Yo-Yo Ma, will needs (such as homelessness, give a presentation on the subject hunger, domestic abuse, etc.). No of professional revinventions. I two days are the same, except for spoke with Mr. Cooke about his consistent dedication and hard career, his forthcoming honor and work by so many people doing life in Lake Forest. the work, week in and week out Gregg Shapiro: Don, what can in our communities.   you tell me about your title and GS: You were educated at what is involved with being Williams College and Harvard Senior Vice President for Phi- University, where you studied lanthropy at the McCormick astrophysics. How did you get Foundation where you’ve been from astrophysics to philanfor 11 years? thropy?  Don Cooke: I have the great DC: Well, there actually was privilege of working with a very a straight line from then to now.  Don Cooke at Market Square. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER BY GREGG SHAPIRO

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me about Forefront, including the recent name change from Donors Forum to Forefront? DC: We had all known for a long time that Donors Forum was not the right name for this organization. Forefront is a unique partnership among funders, operating non-profits and government agencies, so it has never been all about donors alone. The name change came about as part of increasing the organization’s relevance and completely overhauling what the organization stands for and does. This rejuvenation includes becoming the learning, sharing, and coordinating hub for the nonprofit sector in Illinois in a variety of key areas, including social impact investing and advocacy for the sector. Forefront has been supporting the nonprofits in our state during this cataclysmic budget impasse that is hurting so many people. It is doing this through organizing our colleagues around solutions and being the voice of the sector. Continued on PG 13

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NEWS BEACH GUIDE Cont. from PG 1 will enjoy our zero depth wading pool. GLENCOE: Glencoe Beach Opens Memorial Day Weekend! Right in your own backyard is Lake Michigan's most beautiful spot on the North Shore, Glencoe Beach. The beach is ideal for group and family outings, work picnics, or summer camp groups! Lifeguards are on duty daily during beach season. *Accepting Reservations for The Glencoe Beach Trellis is available for group parties from Memorial Day weekend through Sept. 11, seven days a week from 5-10 PM. To make a reservation, please call (847) 835-1185. Pool— This summer, the Glencoe Park District  is pleased to offer a reciprocal agreement with the Northbrook Park District to offer residents aquatic services in 2016! Residents of Glencoe and Northbrook will receive resident rates when purchasing season passes at their respective facilities. Glencoe Park District residents providing proof of residency (valid Illinois identification card with Glencoe address) will receive Northbrook resident

A couple strolls along the lakefront at Gillson Beach. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER

rates on the following services: Summer Pool Passes at Northbrook Sports Center and Meadowhill Aquatic Center in Northbrook. NORTHBROOK: Residents of Northbrook have a choice in swimming pools to use this summer.  Please find the in-

formation below. Northbrook Sports Center Pool opened Memorial Day Weekend: Regular Season: June 4-August 14 Monday-Friday 6-8:30am.: Lap Swim; Noon-6:30pm: Slides open Noon-8pm: Open Swim; Saturday 6-8:30am: Lap Swim 10am8pm: Open Swim; Noon-6:30pm:

Slides open; August 13: Pool opens at noon. Meadowhill Aquatic Center (MAC) will begin their regular season on June 4th-August 14th. Hours are as follows: MondaySaturday 9-11am: Lap Swim/ Children’s Play Area; 11am-8pm: Open Swim; Sunday 10am-7pm: Open Swim

GLENVIEW: Flick Outdoor Aquatic Center will open on June 11th. Located at 3600 Glenview Rd., their waterslide, five-pool outdoor water park, with zero depth play pool, giant flume slides, drop slides, interactive water toys, kiddie pool area and a 25 yard, 8 lane lap pool is perfect for everyone! Roosevelt Outdoor Aquatic Center opened May 28. Roosevelt Outdoor Aquatic Center is located at 2239 Fir Street. Our two-pool outdoor center with a zero depth play pool, 25 yard, 5 lane activity pool, deep water drop slides and 3 meter diving platform provides fun for the whole family. Roosevelt Hours are as follows: Friday, June 3 4:30 p.m.-7 p.m. Saturday, June 4 11:30 a.m.-7 p.m. Sunday, June 5 11:30 a.m.-7 p.m. For 2016 Outdoor Seasonal Pool Membership Types and Fees and for more information, please visit glenviewparks.org. 

individual portraits purchased and what appeared in the yearbook. Lake Forest High School yearbook advisors Melissa Doucette and Bridget Mobile said there

was no retouching on the part of anyone at the school. “We have been informed by VIP that there was an error in retouching some of the senior portraits,” Doucette and Mobile

WILMETTE: (Beaches and Pool Opened May 28) We can't wait! If you need a season pass, all the information you need is right here.

WINNETKA: The Winnetka Park District Beaches open June 4 for the 2016 season. Residents and visitors enjoy more than 23 acres of park land adjacent to scenic Lake

stated in an email. “Lake Forest High School does not retouch or edit the portraits. We will be working with the company and families regarding this issue.” Tuohy said the pictures in the

yearbook would tarnish some memories of her time at Lake Forest High School. She said she would like to see it redone. “That would be nice,” Tuohy said. “This is what I’m going to see when I look back at my yearbook picture and remember what I looked like.” A remedy may be in the works, according to LaMaster. “We are in talks with the school to come up with a solution for those students that come forward to our studio,” LaMaster said in the email. “For all of the years we have done senior portraits for yearbooks we put a very mild retouching over every image. That has been the trend in the industry for a long time.” VIP did not hesitate to take responsibility when it learned about the errors, according to LaMaster. He said there could be changes in the future to prevent a repeat of what happened at Lake Forest. “We are truly sorry for this error,” LaMaster said in the email.” This was never our intention. We take a lot of pride in our work. We have been working with Lake Forrest High School for several years. We feel very sorry for any ill feelings for the students, and (there) was never any intention on our part at VIP.”

Senior Tara Tuohy's original photo (left) and her altered yearbook picture (right).

one of our yearbook exports.” VIP discovered the problem after hearing complaints; including calls from Lake Forest and Lake Bluff families asking why there were differences between

KENILWORTH: (Beach Opened May 28th) Red Cross-certified lifeguards will staff the beach. Access to the beach will require a beach pass. The beach will continue to be staffed by lifeguards until Labor Day weekend. After Labor Day, the beach remains open for public enjoyment but there will be no lifeguards on duty. Please continue to enjoy this beautiful place but swim at your own risk and never enter the water alone.

Centennial Recreation Complex 2300 Old Glenview Rd. 6 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Saturday. Community Recreation Center 3000 Glenview Road Monday– Thursday, 8 a.m.-10 p.m., Friday, 8:00 a.m.-8 p.m. F, Saturday, 8:00 a.m.-6 p.m.

YEARBOOK Cont. from PG 1 didn’t recognize myself,” Tuohy said. “Pimples were blotted out, my dimples were removed, my nose was smaller and they kind of shrunk my face.” Most of the students interviewed by Daily North Shore who talked about the changes to the pictures were unwilling to give their names but one said, “They were so Photoshopped.” The company that handled the pictures, Visual Image Photography (VIP), said changes were not intentional, but rather an error. “I do know that with the software we used some of these things can be done, but were not intended to be done for high school seniors,” stated Steve LaMaster, director of portrait studios for VIP, in an email to DNS. LaMaster said software settings were set wrong by mistake and not corrected before the images were sent to the school. “Our retouch supervisor missed these images after reviewing them before sending them to the school,” LaMaster said in the email. “The images that were exported for the yearbook had been reviewed multiple times and these images we missed by human error and were not corrected in

Michigan. WPD operates three swim beaches (Elder Lane, Maple Street and Tower Road), one boat Launch and Sailing Center (Lloyd) and for our four-legged friends a Dog Beach (Centennial Beach).


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Feds Say Man Defrauded Investors

numerous private equity investments, when in reality there was very little investment activity… During this time, Cohn made only minimal investments and instead misappropriated a large amount of his clients’ funds for his own personal benefit… Approximately 37 investors sustained losses of more than $1.5 million, according to the information.” The U.S. Attorney states that BY BRIAN SLUPSKI lost some of his clients’ money on Cohn “falsely represented to inbad investments, but “used the vestors and prospective clients CHICAGO – rest of the investors’ proceeds to that redemption of their investhe U.S. Attorney has accused support his lavish lifestyle – ments would be ‘simple’ and ‘easy,’ the owner of three Chicago thereby perpetuating the care- and would be available on a financial firms of defrauding fully contrived image of a success- monthly basis.  Cohn also dehis clients out of more than $1.5 ful trader and investor.” ceived investors by distributing million. The SEC suit further stated account statements that falsely Clayton Andrew Cohn, 29, was that Cohn used his status as a stated the value of investor accharge with one count of wire Marine Corps veteran to target counts.” According to federal officials, fraud and faces a maximum other veterans.  In announcing penalty of 20 years in prison and criminal charges this week, the “Cohn falsely maintained that fines. Cohn managed Marketac- U.S. Attorney noted the work of Marketaction retained a ‘fund tion Inc., Marketaction Advisors the SEC in providing helpful accountant’ to calculate the value LLC, and the hedge fund Mar- information to the criminal in- of the fund, and an ‘auditor’ to ketaction Capital Management vestigation. annually inspect it, according to A press release from the U.S. the information.  Cohn prepared LLC. The criminal charges come after a civil suit that was brought Attorney states that between 2010 and filed with the U.S. Securities by the SEC against Cohn in 2013. and 2013 Cohn “told potential and Exchange Commission false Cohn was a resident of Win- investors that his firms were thriv- and misleading reports about his netka when the SEC took action. ing from particular trading strat- hedge fund, including how it was The SEC suit stated that Cohn egies, and that it had stakes in subject to annual audits.”

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DON COOKE Cont. from PG 10 GS: What was the impetus for you to become involved with Forefront? DC: I joined the Board several years ago because I believe that its role has been to lift all the nonprofits and grant-makers as a group so our work individually is more impactful. Forefront’s effectiveness with this mission continues to grow every day. GS: You are being honored at the June 8 Forefront luncheon. What does such a distinction mean to you? DC: This is really very special, mostly because there are so many people beyond me who actively engaged with Forefront. No one of us and no one institution can do this work alone. We all need to learn together, collaborate, and share what works and doesn’t work so that we can be more effective and help the people most in need. So, to be singled out is very nice, but probably a bit unreasonable given the collaborative nature of our work. GS: You will be joined at the Forefront luncheon by your friend, legendary musician Yo-Yo Ma. How did the two of you become friends? DC: I met Yo-Yo in 1992, my first year with the Philadelphia Orchestra. And I guess we hit it

We all need to learn together, collaborate, and share what works and doesn’t work so that we can be off. He visited as a guest artist regularly, so we worked together on a variety of programs in Philadelphia, and we kept getting together once I moved to Chicago. GS: You will both be giving a presentation about professional "reinventions." How was that subject chosen as the focus of the presentation? DC: Re-inventions, thinking

outside the box, taking risks – these are all things Yo-Yo has done in his career and his life, and they are critical elements of success for funders and nonprofits alike. So this seemed like a great time to link his amazing experience to ours and hope some of his experience rubs off on all us. GS: As a Philadelphia native, how does Chicago compare to

more effective and help the people most in need. —Don Cooke

your hometown? DC: Philadelphia is terrific — great arts and culture, great restaurants, and right in the middle of New York City and Washington DC. But Chicago is truly amazing, and all of my friends and family love to visit. We have it all here plus the lake. I have especially loved the civic pride and leadership in this city. Everyone cares about making things better, and it is so lovely that some of our great families are still active in leadership and transformation of the region. But it is even better that you can be involved if you are not a member of one those families. You are welcome as long as you simply get involved and work hard. GS: How long have you and your wife Sally lived in Lake Forest? DC: We moved to Lake Forest when we first moved here 16 years ago. GS: What do you like best about living in Lake Forest? DC: Lake Forest is a terrific community with a beautiful downtown, wonderful festivals and celebrations, and an amazing lakefront, and we have watched the neighborhood kids grow up over the past 16 years. We are fortunate, however, that our kids and grandkids live in the Chicago region and haven’t scattered to

the four corners of the earth as have many families. I have a bit of a long commute, though [laughs].  GS: You served as the chairman of the City of Lake Forest Historic Preservation Commission – what was involved with that? DC: This was a very interesting job. The Commission’s role as a committee of volunteers is to oversee the ongoing implementation of the historic preservation ordinance adopted several years ago in Lake Forest. We reviewed, commented on, and usually approved a variety of architectural additions, changes, and improvements to properties in the two designated historic districts (one along the lake, and the other along Green Bay Road). I want to stress the word “volunteer.” The Commission spent a lot of time studying and reviewing petitions, including the once-per-month public hearings where the petitions were presented. My job was to keep things moving, be sure all petitions were heard and acted upon, and ensure that the commissioners were all involved and weighed in on each project. The City of Lake Forest staff did a great job organizing and keeping projects flowing through the Commission.   


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810 GREENLEAF AVENUE - GLENCOE Newer home in prime East Glencoe location on 1/2 acre of quiet and privacy. Today’s floor plan and amenities. All spacious rooms and high ceilings. Spectacular master suite. Kitchen adjoins family room. 5 fireplaces, 3 car attached garage. Gorgeous terrace and rear yard.

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7 ROOMS, 3 BEDROOMS, 2.0 BATHS | New Price $695,000

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Gift of Adoption, a charity raising funds to provide adoption assistance grants to complete adoptions, hosted its signature event, Gather for the Gift, on April 28, at The Standard Club in the city. The event raised $320,000, which will go directly toward uniting 64 children with the gift of family this year. Former NFL coach and adoptive father Tony  Dungy, and Jockey International Inc.  Chairman and CEO and adoptee Debra S. Waller, joined Gift of Adoption as the keynote speakers to help raise awareness and make more adoptions possible for children in need.

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continue to receive email from readers with ideas for a better marriage test than the one authors Jill Andres and Brook Silva-Braga wrote about in their book The Marriage Test. Those two, then dating, spent a year

recreating the 40 biggest challenges in a marriage. The success of their experiments would determine whether or not they would get married. Several readers and I agreed that the stress of borrowing a friend’s

toddler for a weekend of “parenting” was hardly comparable to the real thing. Instead, readers offered up their own advice to those who are considering the leap. Some made me laugh, though not without sympathy. “A test of the marriage is when you find that your stash of chocolate - which normally gets allocated to the whole family and should have lasted three months - was discovered by your spouse and raided while you were out of town, and not a single piece was left,” wrote Jonathan, of Highland Park. I’ve been there, too, and it was not pretty. Far more serious was a note I receive from Laura, of Northbrook. She spoke from experience and offered up several questions for people to consider before they marry: “If you lost your job tomorrow .or became very ill, would your future spouse be the person you could rely on to be there for you? If Armageddon came, is this the person you would want in your

Several readers and I agreed that the stress of borrowing a friend’s toddler for a weekend of “parenting” was hardly comparable to the real thing.

foxhole? How would your future spouse be during those times?” Laura encouraged people to live separately in the same city for two years before marriage; to get to know each other’s families, including a discussion of how your future in-laws feel about your union; and to discuss your visions for marriage, complete with writing a mission statement and timeline. “I know this is a lot, but premarital counseling is important,” Laura wrote. “There may be an App for this. If not, there should be.” But after I sorted all the mail, I was left without an answer to the obvious question: how do you know when you are ready to get married? I asked, and my friends from social media offered several answers. Wrote Johanna, a North Shore native now engaged and living in Oregon, “When I realized I could sit in absolute comfort with Tyler at all times. Silence, corny jokes or discussing serious issues, waiting, driving, sharing, complex tasks and planning, it makes no matter: any

time spent with Tyler is good time, and I realized I’d like to spend as much time as possible exploring that further.” Likewise Jason, from Chicago (a married man who was celebrating the fifth anniversary of his engagement the day that I asked): “When I met my wife-to-be, so many things in my life that had seemed difficult or nearly overwhelming while I was single just got easier and, well, better. It never occurred to me to marry anyone else before her and I’ve not had a moment of regret since.” And then there was Jen, from Dallas: “Make sure it is your best friend: someone you can talk to about the good and the bad, compromise with, and has similar dreams and values. “Marriage is hard work. It takes a renewed commitment, sometimes daily. Make sure you find someone you want to solve problems with and navigate sunny and dark days with.” Contact Joanna Brown at joanna@northshoreweekend.com

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OPEN HOUSES 1. 314 Weatherford LAKE BLUFF Sunday 1-3 $659,000 Linda Rosenberg, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000 2. 107 Woodbury Lane LAKE BLUFF SUNDAY 2-4 $199,900 Andra O’Neill, @properties 847.295.0700

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65. 2240 Birchwood Ave. WILMETTE Sunday, 12-2 $735,000 Sue Hertzberg, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000

28. 1895 Bowling Green Dr. LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $849,000 Lori Glattly, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.922.6200

40. 1080 Beinlich Court GLENCOE SUNDAY 12-2 $1,265,000 Susan J. Maman, @properties 847.881.0200

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10. 203 Niles LAKE FOREST Sunday 2-4 $589,000 Nirali Dalia, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

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17. 690 Oakwood Avenue LAKE FOREST Sunday 12-3 $1,249,000 Peter Childs, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 312.882.5307

9. 350 Edge field LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $849,000 Mary Pat Lundgren, Coldwell Banker 847-234-8000

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Wilmette

29. 1051 Cedar Lane LAKE FOREST Sunday 11-1 $749,000 Deb Fischer, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.309.9119 30. 1742 N. Waukegan Road LAKE FOREST Sunday 2-4 JUNE 5 $689,000 Eileen Campbell, Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty 847.757.5181 31. 991 Ashley LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 JUNE 5 $1,495,000 Eileen Campbell, Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty 847.757.5181 32. 443 S. Green Bay Road LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $699,000 Jill Okun, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.902.2296 33. 1490 S. West Fork Drive LAKE FOREST Sunday 1-3 $575,000 Suzie Hempstead, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.910.8465 34. 1730 Wildrose Ct HIGHLAND PARK Sunday, 1-3 pm $ 974,900 Elena Rodionov, Baird & Warner 847-830-9058 35. 1656 Mcgovern Street HIGHLAND PARK SUNDAY 1-3 $799,000 Baylor/Shields, @properties 847.881.0200 36. 1725 Wildrose Court HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 1-3 $999,000 Karen Skurie, Baird and Warner 847-361-4687 37. 315 Sheridan Road HIGHLAND PARK Sunday 12-2 $848,000 Ryan Newberry LHeureux, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices KoenigRubloff 847.999.8433

41. 3625 Heritage Drive NORTHBROOK SUNDAY 1:30-3:30 $1,049,000 Len Zlatnikov, @properties 847.432.0700 42. 1810 South Lane NORTHBROOK Sunday 1-3 1,650,000 Suzy Thompson, Jean Wright Real Estate 847-542-4132 43. 56 Coventry NORTHFIELD Sunday 2-4:00pm $1,650,000 The Skirving Team Patti 847-924-4119 Greg 847-863-3614 44. 875 Burr WINNETKA Sunday 12-2 $839,000 Dene Hillinger, Jean Wright Real Estate 847-275-9143 45. 889 Private WINNETKA Sunday 3-5 $1,700,000 Carrie Healy, Jean Wright Real Estate 847-507-7666 46. 90 Indian Hill Road WINNETKA Sunday 1-3 $2,575,000 Dinny Dwyer, Jean Wright Real Estate 847-217-5146 47. 360 Green Bay Rd., #3A WINNETKA SUNDAY 12-2 $825,000 Lyn Flannery, @properties 847.881.0200 48. 335 Woodley Rd. WINNETKA Sunday, 2-4 $2,395,000 Ann George, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 49. 484 Cedar St. WINNETKA Sunday, 1-3 $1,495,000 Maureen Mohling, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 50. 320 Euclid Ave. WINNETKA Sunday, 12-2 $1,375,000 Maureen Mohling, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000

53. 549 Earlston Rd. KENILWORTH Sunday, 3-4:30 $1,399,000 Linda Martin, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 54. 1005 Mohawk Road WILMETTE SUNDAY 1-3 $1,350,000 Carrie Tarzon, @properties 847.881.0200 55. 218 10th St. WILMETTE Sunday, 12-2 $1,895,000 SFC Team, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 56. 928 Ashland Ave. WILMETTE Sunday, 12-2 $1,849,000 SFC Team, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 57. 1616 Forest Ave. WILMETTE Sunday, 12-2 $1,795,000 Sue Hertzberg, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 58. 1014 Greenleaf Ave. WILMETTE Sunday, 12-1:30 $1,650,000 Linda Martin, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 59. 1047 Miami Rd. WILMETTE Sunday, 1-3 $1,275,000 Pam & Jim McClamroch, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 60. 1115 Ashland Ave. WILMETTE Sunday, 12-2 $1,195,000 Sue Hertzberg, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 61. 3209 Sprucewood Rd. WILMETTE Sunday, 11-1 $995,000 Sue Hertzberg, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 62. 1148 Sheridan Rd. WILMETTE Sunday, 12-2 $950,000 SFC Team, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 63. 108 Hollywood Ct. WILMETTE Sunday, 2:30-4 $859,000 Linda Martin, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000

66. 2200 Greenwood Ave. WILMETTE Sunday, 12-2 $720,000 Sue Hertzberg, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 67. 1500 Sheridan Rd. #9B WILMETTE Sunday, 1-3 $549,000 Pam & Jim McClamroch, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 68. 1616 Sheridan Rd. #3D WILMETTE Sunday, 1-3 $295,000 Carmen Corbett, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 69. 1630 Sheridan Rd. #2L WILMETTE Sunday, 12-2 $429,000 Blanche Egan Romey, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000 70. 1630 Sheridan, Unit 5G WILMETTE Sunday 12-2 $430,000 Carrie Healy, Jean Wright Real Estate 847-507-7666 71. 1630 Sheridan, Unit 6I WILMETTE Sunday 12-2 $450,000 Suzy Thompson, Jean Wright Real Estate 847-542-4132 72. 2229 Crestview WILMETTE Sunday 3-5 $975,000 Carrie Healy, Jean Wright Real Estate 847-507-7666 73. 3627 Illinois WILMETTE Sunday 2:30-4 $1,149,000 Dene Hillinger, Jean Wright Real Estate 847-275-9143 74. 330 Greenleaf Ave. WILMETTE Sunday, 12-2 $1,299,000 Caponi & Karabas, Coldwell Banker Winnetka 847-446-4000


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REAL ESTATE

HOUSES OF THE WEEK

Discover a unique destination with restaurants and shops tucked in historic storefronts, all nestled along the shore of Lake Michigan.

$1,895,000

77 Lakewood Pl, Highland Park, 4+2 Bedrooms, 6.1 Baths Exclusively Presented By: Margie Brooks, Baird & Warner Mobile: 847.494.7998 margie.brooks@bairdwarner.com Contemporary one owner home steps from the lake in prime east highland park with riparian rights. This K&R designed and built home features gracious spaces and unique architectural detail. Two story foyer, soaring ceilings throughout. Main level includes large kitchen with eating area, new high end appliances, and butlers pantry, family room with fireplace, built ins, and access to enormous deck. Formal living room, separate dining room and office complete the first floor. Second story features 4 bedrooms with bathrooms ensuite and large second floor balcony. Luxury master bedroom with his and her closets, and limestone master bath with whirlpool tub, separate shower and his and her sinks. Walkout lower level included 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, office, rec room, and access to lushly landscaped backyard. Attached 2 car garage. Ideally located, walk to Ravinia festival, town, train, lake, and schools.

$1,300,000

307 Newman Court Lake Bluff, 5 Bedrooms, 4.1 Bathrooms Exclusively Presented By: Megan Jordan @properties 847.295.0700 mjordan@atproperties.com Home in like new condition with amazing finishes and quality inside and out! James LaDuke & Assoc. built and Ruggles designed, this home reflects quality in every detail. Foyer opens to lovely living room with fireplace. Breakfast room and family room all open and flow to incredible landscaped backyard and patio with French doors and transoms letting in so much light. Stunning Cherry custom doors. Just blocks to town, school, park, lake and train!

$1,325,000

333 E. Westminster Rd. Unit 1C Lake Forest, 3 Beds/ 2 Baths Exclusively Presented By: Jack Comerford, Griffith Grant & Lackie Realtors 847.234.0485 jcomerford@gglrealty.com Incredible location literally steps from restaurants, shopping and the Metra. Condo units in this beautiful building are rarely available, especially on the first floor. Gorgeous three bedroom, two full bath unit with high ceilings, a newer high-end stainless and marble kitchen, Brazilian cherry hardwood floors and neutral tones add elegance and warmth to this spacious one-floor living. The outdoor living space is accessed through French doors from the living room and the Master Bedroom. Truly a fantastic opportunity.

Let’s Talk Real Estate by Jean Wright, President/Broker Owner Crs, GrI

re-DefIne, nOt re-DesIGn! Staged Homes Professionals® provide both buyers and sellers a variety of “concierge services”—though it’s statistically proven that Staged Homes® sell faster and for more money than unstaged homes, did you know that as a home buyer, the services of an ASP® are also helpful in making the most of your new home? Here are just a few of the reasons to consider professionally staging your home when it’s time to list it on the market. You never get a second chance to make a first impression! Home staging professionals help you ensure that your home’s first impression on potential buyers will be the very best. By creating a room design that is neutral and open to interpretation, buyers are better able to view your home and “mentally move in”, creating an emotional connection that will help your house move quickly and at its highest possible value. An objective eye lends to a competitive sale! How you live in a home is completely different from how you sell a home. The professional home stager is able to look at your home objectively in a way that you, your friends and your family cannot—after all, you’ve lived there for years and have many happy memories associated with the rooms. Your buyers, however, don’t have that history— that’ll be theirs to make, when they make an offer. When your house is on the market, it’s absolutely critical to create rooms with aesthetically pleasing focal points, direct the flow of traffic between rooms and generate an overall ambience that promotes each room as an oasis of calm, inviting buyers to not think of the property as “your house”, but instead, to see it as “their home”. Color, art and room themes—what’s really important? There’s a reason we trust the services of trained professionals—when you cut corners, you always take a risk. Just as you wouldn’t trust a janitor to perform surgery, you should remember that home sales and Home Staging® are professions like any other, and that by enlisting the services of a trained professional, you’ve shown prospective home buyers how serious you are about the piece of real estate you’re listing. While your friend or family member may indeed have a good “eye” for home design, ask yourself if you’d be willing to keep your home on the market longer, or settle for a lesser offer than your home is worth, just to save a few pennies in having it professionally staged. To get a top-notch home sale, you must be willing to invest in top-notch service!

For professional advice from an experienced Realtor, call Jean Wright at (847) 217-1906 or email at jwright@jeanwright.com


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NORT H S HOR E

KENILWORTH

5bed/6.1ba

$2,295,000

WINNETKA 5bed/4.1ba

$1,649,000

WINNETKA 5bed/4.1ba

997VINE.INFO 847.881.0200 Kotz/Maman

$1,449,999

LAKE FOREST

4bed/2.2ba

$1,400,000

255RIDGE.INFO 847.881.0200 Hathaway/Ashmore

847.295.0700

NE W !

325RICHMONDRD.INFO 765WILLOW.INFO Mary Baubonis 847.881.0200 Cheryl Chambers

WINNETKA 6bed/3.2ba

$1,325,000

WINNETKA 5bed/3.1ba

$1,325,000

848ASH.INFO 847.881.0200 Leslie Maguire

GLENCOE

5bed/4.1ba

$1,225,000

133TIMBER.INFO 847.881.0200 Ginger Cavalier

847.763.0200

NE W !

1206TOWER.INFO Julie Mangan

988ELM.INFO Leslie Maguire

$889,000

WILMETTE 5bed/3ba

WILMETTE 4bed/2ba

3018OLDGLENVIEW.INFO Natalie Weiland

$859,900

HIGHLAND PARK

5bed/4.1ba

$849,000

HIGHLAND PARK

5bed/4.1ba

$825,000

HIGHLAND PARK 6bed/4.1ba

$799,000

930SHERIDANRD.INFO 3339DATO.INFO 686RIDGE.INFO 2107MAGNOLIA.INFO 847.881.0200 Nancy Gold 847.367.0500 Scully/Pickus 847.432.0700 Nancy Karp 847.432.0700 Pickus/Schulkin 847.432.0700

NE W !

WINNETKA

3bed/3.1ba

NE W !

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$525,000

WILMETTE 3bed/2.1ba

530SKOKIEBLVD.INFO 773.862.0200 Jan & Margi Hazlett

$399,000

HIGHLAND PARK

3bed/1.1ba

1577ARBORAVENUE.INFO 847.763.0200 Gaggero/Tully

$324,900

847.763.0200


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WILMETTE

5bed/4.1ba

NE W !

NE W !

PROUD LUXURY LEADER NORTH SHORE*

$1,350,000

LAKE BLUFF 5bed/4.1ba

$1,050,000

1005MOHAWKROAD.INFO 220NORWICH.INFO Carrie Tarzon 847.881.0200 Andra O’Neill 847.295.0700

LAKE FOREST

4bed/3.1ba

HIGHLAND PARK 111CARY.INFO NANCY KARP

$939,000

1313HARLAN.INFO Albiani/Ackerman

847.432.0700

HIGHLAND PARK 4bed/3ba

2157STJOHNS.INFO Albiani/Ackerman

$792,157

HIGHLAND PARK 4bed/3.1ba

256LAUREL.INFO 847.432.0700 Sally Thompson

$725,000

GLENCOE

3bed/2.1ba

238LAKE.INFO 847.432.0700 Harry Maisel

$2,399,000 6BED/4.2BA 847.432.0700

$699,900

WILMETTE 4bed/2.1ba

$599,900

512KAREYCT.INFO 847.881.0200 Steve Samuels

847.881.0200 • 770 GREENWOOD | GLENCOE 6 BED / 6.2 BATH $3,775,000 • 745 GREENWOOD | GLENCOE 6 BED / 5.1 BATH $3,675,000 • 120 HARBOR | GLENCOE 5 BED / 5.3 BATH $3,275,000 • 910 PRIVATE | WINNETKA 6 BED / 7.2 BATH $4,575,000

414 WARWICK | KENILWORTH

TWIN LAKES, WI 4bed/4ba

$2,100,000

OGDEN DUNES, IN 4bed/5ba

$1,100,000

SAWYER, MI 3bed/3.1ba

$1,350,000

COVERT, MI 4bed/3ba

$1,350,000

2003ELAKESHOREDR.INFO 147SHOREDR.INFO 7043SANDDUNEDR.INFO 47350BLUESTARHWY.INFO Mary Brennan 630.660.7631 Michael Bill Smith 219.921.9227 Dan Brake 918.605.4234 Liz Roch 312.636.875

• 826 LOCUST | WINNETKA 6 BED / 5.1 BATH $2,875,000

6 BED / 7.2 BATH $4,749,000 • 830 LOCUST | WINNETKA 6 BED / 5.1 BATH $2,395,000

www.heritageluxury.com •

438 BIRCH ST | WINNETKA 5 BED / 4.1 BATH $1,995,000

*mred north shore closed volume, $1M+: 1/1/15-12/31/15


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THIS IS HOME New Listing

430 Circle Ln, Lake Forest Katie Marx

$3,250,000 847-272-9880

1275 Arbor Ln, Lake Forest Vera Purcell

$2,375,000 847-234-8000

$2,095,000 847-835-6000

271 Mary St, Glencoe Deborah Bartelstein

928 Ashland Ave, Wilmette SFC Team

$1,849,000 847-446-4000

2166 Kipling Ln, Highland Park $1,625,000 Valerie Frossard 847-433-5400

690 S Ridge Rd, Lake Forest Jane Hall

112 Church Rd, Winnetka Emily LeMire

$1,549,000 312-943-1959

1076 Pine St, Winnetka Maryann Burke

$1,399,000 847-446-4000

616 Gregory Ave, Wilmette Team Van Horn

615 Greenwood Ave, Glencoe Gloria Matlin

$1,250,000 847-835-6000

2751 Hurd Ave, Evanston Ronda Abrams

$1,200,000 312-266-7000

1 Lakewood Dr, Glencoe Jody Dickstein

$1,899,000 847-835-6000

Open Sun 12-2

344 Sunrise Cir, Glencoe Jody Dickstein

$1,895,000 847-835-6000

7 Rockgate Ln, Glencoe Linda Jacobson

$1,850,000 847-835-6000

$2,999,999 847-256-7400

New Listing

803 Sheridan Rd, Highland Park Iris Garmisa

$2,225,000 847-835-6000

966 Pine Tree Ln, Winnetka Blanche Egan Romey

$1,293,000 847-446-4000

1240 Sunset Rd, Winnetka Kathy Lerner

$995,000 847-446-4000

1375 Woodhill Ln, Lake Forest Heidi Grumley

$1,250,000 847-256-7400

$945,000 847-234-8000

New Listing

1561 Minthaven, Lake Forest Suzanne Myers

$869,000 847-234-8000

121 Dupee Pl, Wilmette Nancy Gardner

$879,000 312-266-7000

1168 Cherry St, Winnetka Tina Barr

$879,000 847-446-4000

$830,000 847-724-5800

1725 Yale Ct, Lake Forest Kim Campbell

$789,000 847-234-8000

125 Dupee Pl, Wilmette SFC Team

$749,000 847-446-4000

63 Abbotsford Rd, Winnetka Marsha Balsamo

$849,200 847-446-4000

New Listing

1330 Lake St, Evanston Timothy Shaker

2136 Magnolia Ln, Highland Park $675,000 Jamie Roth 847-433-5400

340 Old Green Bay Rd, Glencoe Cheryl Waldstein

$1,699,000 847-835-6000

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New Listing

Open Sun 12-2

790 S Southmeadow Ln, Lake Forest Marsha Nusslock

$1,395,000 847-234-8000

New Listing

320 Euclid Ave, Winnetka Maureen Mohling

$1,375,000 847-446-4000

820 S Green Bay Rd, Lake Forest Lori Baker

$1,349,000 847-234-8000

New Listing

New Listing

612 Vernon Ave, Glencoe Beverly & Marshall Fleischman

$657,000 847-256-7400

New Listing

2000 Green Bay Rd 106, Highland Park $649,000 Linda Barbera-Stein 847-433-5400

3201 Greenleaf Ave, Wilmette Tami Leviton

$610,000 847-945-7100

1323 Dobson St, Evanston Sharron Kelley

$599,900 847-541-5000

988 Valley Rd, Lake Forest Suzanne Myers

$499,000 847-234-8000

Open Sun 2-4

873 Grove St, Glencoe Jody Dickstein

$1,329,000 847-835-6000

797 Willow Rd, Winnetka Michael Hope

$599,000 847-433-5400

203 Niles Ave, Lake Forest Nirali Dalia

$589,000 847-234-8000

2608 Noyes St, Evanston Claire Sucsy

$559,000 847-866-8200

New Listing

560 Drexel Ave, Glencoe Hilde Wheeler Carter

$479,000 847-446-4000

85 Acorn Ln, Highland Park Michael Hope

$429,000 847-433-5400

New Listing

New Listing

1251 Telegraph Rd, Lake Forest $385,000 Maria Fricano 847-541-5000

3215 Summit Ave, Highland Park $379,900 Roberta Goldstein 847-433-5400

1106 Princeton Ave, Highland Park $429,000 Ronna Wisbrod 847-272-9880

248 Kilpatrick Ave, Wilmette $420,000 Beverly & Marshall Fleischman847-256-7400

New Listing

New Listing

540 Green Bay Rd, Highland Park $375,000 Carol Strauss 847-945-7100

1230 N Western Ave 205, Lake Forest $359,000 Lori Baker 847-234-8000

New Listing

1616 Sheridan Rd 6E, Wilmette Jacqueline Black

$1,125,000 847-835-6000

$1,249,000 847-234-8000

New Listing

$330,000 847-866-8200

681 Vine Ave, Highland Park Janet Borden

$324,900 847-433-5400

New Listing

2127 Harrison St, Evanston Gloria Matlin

230 E North Ave, Lake Bluff Jean Royster

2709 Marl Oak Dr, Highland Park $299,000 Max & Mark Goldberg 847-433-5400

1500 Dobson St, Evanston Sharon Wharton

1392 Sunnyside Ave, Highland Park $315,000 Michael Hope 847-433-5400

1502 Concorde Cir 1502, Highland Park $315,000 Alan Berlow 847-945-7100

New Listing

$270,000 847-866-8200

3500 Church St 405, Evanston $210,000 Barry Mann 847-866-8200

2133 Central St 3, Evanston Lenice Levy

$165,000 847-866-8200

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IT’S A GOOD TIME TO GET MOVING! PRICE REDUCTION

966 PINE TREE LANE $995,000

349 SHERIDAN, WINNETKA $1,749,000

NEW LISTING! Renovate this well built ranch or build new on this spectacular .7 acre property. Four bedrooms, 2 baths, hardwood floors, floored attic.

Spread out and enjoy the gracious spaces of this open and airy home built in 1989. Architectural integrity and a half acre of land in an enviable east location await you. Four or five bedrooms, finished basement, white kitchen, lovely family room and private library.

OPEN SUNDAY

1630 SHERIDAN ROAD UNIT 2L, WILMETTE $429,000 OPEN SUNDAY, 12 TO 2 PM Beautifully renovated two bedroom unit with designer kitchen swanky new baths, and gorgeous lake views. Enjoy the pool and other building facilities.

2138 CHESTNUT AVENUE, WILMETTE $1,075,000 NEW PRICE! Feels like new with a gorgeous two story addition and gut renovation. Open kitchen/ family room, luxurious master suite, finished basement. Deep yard with brick terrace.

Exclusively Listed By

BLANCHE ROMEY | (847) 209-6106 | BlancheRomey@me.com | Winnetka, IL

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Trevians ride hot play from singles ace to win eventful state championship BY BILL MCLEAN, SPORTS@NORTHSHOREWEEKEND.COM

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he state semifinal singles match had just ended. New Trier senior Scott Bickel, the victor, was no longer stoic, no longer all-business. The Trevian sprinted toward his vocal contingent of lime-green-T-shirt-wearing supporters sitting in bleacher seats and let out a series of celebratory roars from inside a tennis court at Hersey High School in Arlington Heights. Animated and fired up, following his 6-2, 7-5 defeat of Glenbrook North junior Mark Wu on May 28, Bickel then plowed his 6-foot-2, 165-pound frame into a fence, ratcheting the volume of his rabid fans, now standing, their raised arms pumping. “It was time to give them energy, the kind they had given me during the match,” Bickel said. They had kept him loose throughout the match. He heard a certain chant, over and over, usually after one of his dainty drop shots or one of his laser winners. It went like this: “We love Francis!” Francis is Scott Bickel’s first name. Early in the first set, moments after a drop shot winner from Bickel had frozen Wu at a baseline, a young fan, post-applause, shouted, “That’s … above … average!” It was wry and witty and wonderful. The weekend, turned in by New Trier’s boys tennis team, could be summed up in three words: way above average. NT, behind Bickel’s state runner-up showing (he lost 6-2, 6-1 to Wake Forest-bound Vuk Budic of Deerfield High School in the final), captured its first state championship since 2011, its third under ninth-year coach Tad Eckert and its 21st in program history. NT netted 40 points, well head of runner-up and four-time reigning state champion Hinsdale Central (31) and third-place Deerfield (30). “Team,” Eckert said of NT’s theme at state May 26-28. “It might not look like it, if you look at the team standings, but there

held in 1936. NT tied Rick Island High School for first place then. Scot Bickel knew that. Scott Bickel knows a lot. “So we’ll be the school that won the the first [boys] state title in Illinois and the last one [in a oneclass system],” Scott said, aware the Illinois High School Association will run state tournaments for two classes beginning next spring. New Trier senior Michal Kusznerko made the most of his only spring on varsity, teaming with sophomore Jeffrey Chen to place fifth in doubles. Knee surgeries had kept Kusznerko, who trained in Florida as an eighth-grader, sidelined from 2013-15. The tandem of Kusznerko/Chen might have pounded more shots than any other doubles team in the draw last weekend, winning eight of nine matches, many of them taut ones. They advanced via a tie-breaker (played in lieu of a third set) twice in the back draw and edged a pair from Peoria Richwoods 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 in the match for fifth place. Their lone loss in the championship draw? A three-setter, in the Round of 16. “We had a tough time in our second sets,” Kusznerko said. “Jeffrey [the only non-senior on the state team], though, hit some unbelievable shots, unbelievable STEPPING IN — AND UP: New Trier’s Scott Bickel punches a forehand volley during state tournament action. He took runner-up honors in volleys. We call him ‘The Shotsingles. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER. maker.’ ” was plenty of drama … we expe- took the clincher, 6-4. another site. As Andersen sat in a Another Bickel also produced NT senior twins Ricky and rienced a lot of it. I’m really proud “Biggest match of my life,” courtside chair, watching Bickel points for the team last weekend. Wyatt Mayer reached the quarterof our seniors, who, in their final Bickel, resting before the champi- battle a tireless Wu, he heard the His name is Thomas Hunter final round in doubles. Reigning opportunity at state, cashed in. onship final, recalled. cheers and the clever chants for the Bickel, Scott’s twin. Tom lost 6-1, state doubles champs Chris Casati/ They worked hard for it, wanted it. The win thrilled Eckert and four-year state qualifier. The fans 4-6, 6-4 to eventual fourth-place Niko Wasilewicz of Deerfield Hinsdale Central kept hoisting Bickel’s teammates and Lime also expressed their love for … finisher Mack Galvin of Rolling bumped the Mayers to the back that big trophy, year after year. It Green Nation. It had increased Andersen (Francis, apparently, isn’t Meadows High School in the draw with a 6-3, 6-1 victory. NT’s separation from Hinsdale his first name). was our turn. fourth round and won a match in “We showed a lot of resiliency, Central in the team standings. “Heart, all heart,” Andersen said the back draw, earning seven team Loyola Academy and that was personified by Scott “It made dinner that night more after the semifinal. “That’s what points in six matches. The Bickels, The Ramblers’ pair of doubles Bickel’s performance.” fun and made all of us sleep better,” got the win for Scott. I’m so proud as freshmen in 2013, went 4-2 at teams — sophomore Alan Arocho/ Bickel, a 5-8 seed, faced second- Eckert said. of him, a four-year varsity player state as doubles partners. Each senior Patrick Browne and seniors Eckert (NTHS, ’90) and Trev- who loved representing his school. made it to state as singles qualifiers Patrick Halpin/Andrew Sullivan seeded Brandon Ancona of Rockford Christian in a rain-interrupt- ians second-year varsity assistant He competed against Wu, gutted from 2014-16. — each went 3-2 at the state tourTheir plan is to take a gap year nament. ed state quarterfinal on May 27. coach Kevin Andersen (NTHS, it out, fed off the adrenaline he was Bickel lost the first set, 7-5. Bickel ’88) were tennis teammates back getting from the crowd. He’s got before hitting tennis shots in won the second set, 6-2. The third in the day, helping the program win good touch, all of the shots, and he college. North Shore Country Day set got tight. Much was at stake, state titles in 1987 and 1988. An- wears opponents down with his The gap between New Trier’s Raiders senior Blake Oslan won particularly for New Trier, because dersen coached Bickel during the consistency. Wears them out. first boys tennis state champion- twice in the championship draw a state quarterfinal win is worth state semifinal at Hersey; Eckert “I felt like a proud father out ship and its latest? Eighty years. and once in the back draw at the four team points, not two. Bickel took care of coaching duties at there today, watching his son.” The first boys state tennis meet was state tournament.


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HER TIME TO SHINE Yamada playing at high level for New Trier soccer team BY KEVIN REITERMAN, SPORTS@NORTHSHOREWEEKEND.COM

New Trier’s Haley Yamada (middle), seen her going up against Glenbrook South’s Cassidy Price (No. 6) and Anne Brennan (No. 5), has amassed 11 goals and eight assists this season. PHOTOGRAPHY BY GEORGE PFOERTNER.

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hen Haley Yamada plays The Beautiful Game, scoring pretty goals is not exactly her aim. The unsung New Trier senior soccer player, holding an ice pack under her left eye following her team’s 3-0 win over Evanston in a Class 3A sectional final game at Maine South on May 27, is more about just getting the job done. She’s not looking to score in beauty-pageant style. “My goals,” Yamada confesses, “are more of the scrappier kind. They’re not the prettiest. They’re my specialty.” But like garbage points in a basketball game, they count. Yamada got one to count in the

win over Evanston. Her goal off a corner kick rebound with 27:33 left to play in the second half gave the Trevians a 3-0 advantage. That score basically put the game out of reach. “Sometimes, [garbage] goals are the most important ones,” says NT midfielder Bina Saipi. “Scoring that third goal against Evanston was huge.” Yamada, who plans to play club soccer at Northwestern University in the fall, has had her share of big strikes this spring. She heads to the New Trier Supersectional on May 31 with 11 goals to go along with eight assists. “Yes, she does pick up goals off rebounds, but there are no ‘garbage

goals’ in soccer,” says NT head coach Jim Burnside. “I’d describe her goals as hard-working goals. She finishes runs. She anticipates well.” Yamada’s game has come a long way in a short time. At the team’s recent banquet, she was named as New Trier’s Most Improved Player. Burnside remembers the “old” Yamada well. “Sophomore year, she would dribble the ball out of bounds more often than not,” Burnside says. And now? “Now she’s playing at a high level,” says the NT coach. “She can impact a game. “She’s worked hard and put a lot of time and effort into her

game,” Burnside adds. “She’s grown into the player we expected her to be,” adds Saipi. “Over the past couple of years, she’s really improved her touch.” Yamada has found a way to combine that touch with her speed. “She’s extremely fast. She’s got great natural speed,” Burnside says. “But what has amazed our coaching staff is her touch.” Being scrappy also doesn’t hurt. Yamada isn’t afraid to mix things up. Which brings us back to the ice pack under his left eye. Yamada took a nasty spill late in that game, when the rain started falling. But afterward, she felt no pain. Waking up the next morning

with a shiner was a distinct possibility. “Graduation is over. So no problem,” says Yamada, with a broad smile. “I’m sure my mom will still love me. She’ll still tell me that I look pretty.” Collisions with other players and turf marks have become badges of honor for Yamada. “Haley is really tough,” says Saipi. “She’s got scrapes all over her legs and turf burns on her face.” “She’s one of the scrappiest players on the team,” says Burnside. “She’s more than willing to sacrifice her body for the team.” Notable: The Trevians, who won state titles in 2014 and ‘15, will

scheduled to take on St. Charles North in the Class 3A New Trier Sectional on May 31. The winner advances to the state tournament at North Central College in Naperville on June 3-4. … St. Charles North defeated New Trier 1-0 in a PepsiCo Showdown game in April. ... Illinois recruit Kelly Maday, the 2016 Gatorade Player of the Year, leads the 24-3-1 Trevians in scoring with 15 goals and 16 assists. DePaul recruit Bina Saipi has recorded 14 goals and 11 assists. The other scoring leaders include Haley Yamada (11 goals, 8 assists), Celia Frei (10 goals, 5 assists), Natalie Laser (7 goals, 4 assists) and Sydney Parker (7 goals, 5 assists).


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David Aizenberg (left) of the Giants reaches to strike a backhand volley during doubles play at the state tourney. HP’s Brandon Lew (right) negotiates a body shot during a state doubles match. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOEL LERNER.

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t is the hardest match to win at the state tennis tournament, rackets down. It is the thirdplace match, in singles or in doubles. The combatants are usually deflated after having lost a semifinal. The temptation to go through the motions in the match for bronze is there. Always there. “You normally see a letdown,” Highland Park High School boys tennis coach Steve Rudman said on the third and final day of the state tournament on May 28. Giants senior David Aizenberg and junior Brandon Lew faced the Edwardsville duo of Zach Trimpe and Alex Gray in the doubles match for third place at Hersey in Arlington Heights. Each pair had been seeded 3-4. Aizenberg and Lew were coming off a 6-2, 6-4 semifinal lost to eventual state champions

Michael Czlonka and Nick Calzolano of Hinsdale Central earlier on May 28. Aizenberg was a reigning third-place finisher in state doubles, Lew a rookie state qualifier. The Giants found themselves in a 5-2 crater to Trimpe/ Gray. Lew did not feel right. He felt dizzy and dehydrated and a little sick. Plus he had never had to play seven matches in one tournament. Five things helped him recover: pretzels, liquids, Aizenberg’s sense of humor, Aizenberg’s return of serve, Lew’s return of serve. The tandem won the eighth game of the set and then the ninth game and then the 10th game. The teams split the next two games. Time for a tie-breaker. Aizenberg/Lew went up 3-1, fell behind 4-3, went up 5-4 and took the buster 7-4 when Lew

cracked an overhead winner. Lew had given the HP combo a match point with a sharp backhand volley winner on point No. 10. Lew can do. Edwardsville took the second set, 6-4. HP took the clincher, 6-2. “Our guys did a great job in the third set,” Rudman said. “They held serve, played doubles against a team that liked to play one up, one back. One up, one back … that’s not how we play doubles. Our kids did a real good job of making that Edwardsville team play real doubles instead of two-singles-players-on-a-court doubles.” Aizenberg/Lew had lost a combined six games in their first four state matches on May 26-27. Then, in a state quarterfinal on May 27, against Benet’s Patrick McGuigan and Jack Carroll, they

lost a 6-1 second set but recovered to win a 7-5 third set to net four big team points. “It’s a grind, the state tournament,” Aizenberg said, a year after pairing up with Max Gordon (HPHS, ’15) and downing a pair from Belleville East in three sets in the match for third place at state. “Brandon handled [the state atmosphere] well. It was nice when we were playing well together, and we did that in our last match. We did a good job of picking each other up, but when we were on, when our returns were clicking, that was when we had the most fun.” Aizenberg enjoyed quite a run as a netter at HPHS, qualifying four times for the state tournament in doubles. He went 2-2 with Teddy Dunn (HPHS, ’15) as a freshman, 5-2 with Gordon as a sophomore and 6-1 in each

of his final two seasons. The math: 19-6. The honors: threetime all-stater. “David had a great high school career,” Rudman said. Highland Park finished in fourth place with 28 points, two shy of trophy territory. New Trier (40), Hinsdale Central (31) and Deerfield (30) went 1-2-3. Giants junior Jacob Edelchik, in his third state singles appearance, won four straight matches after a Round of 16 loss and finished in sixth place last weekend. Illness forced him to retire after seven games in his fifth-place match against Neuqua Valley’s Brett Myers. It was his ninth match in three days. He had reached a consolation semifinal last spring. HP’s other state qualifier from the toughest sectional in the state, held at HPHS on May

20-21, was freshman Jeremy Learner (3-2 in the singles draw). Aizenberg and Lew plan to serve as hitters at separate country clubs this summer, imparting their wisdom to members while staying sharp. Aizenberg intends to play tennis at Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts, home of the Judges. BU’s men’s tennis team finished 9-11 this spring and 28th in the NCAA Division III rankings. “I’ll take a couple of days off and enjoy the summer,” Aizenberg said after the final match of his prep career. Draws at sanctioned tennis tournaments this summer will include Lew’s full name. In between matches, for about six weeks? Lew will … draw. “I’m taking a fine arts class,” he said.


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al Coughlin, take a bow. And now … take another one. On May 28 in a Class 4A regional semifinal game at Palatine, Coughlin came up with the crushing blow. The Lake Forest High School senior star stepped to the plate

in the bottom of seventh and hit a walk-off grand slam to give the Scouts a come-from-behind 7-4 victory over the host Pirates. Two days later, Coughlin took the mound and pitched his heart out as the Scouts stung rival Stevenson 7-3 in the regional championship.

The Scouts took control of the game with a five-run second inning. Jonathan Salm (2-run double), Caleb Durbin (RBI sac fly) and Brad Czerniejewski (RBI single) did most of the damage. Jason Cast (double) and Jake Durburg (leadoff single) also helped out.

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mother sits in Dr. Elizabeth Pieroth’s office at Glenbrook Hospital in Glenview. The mother is visibly upset and worried, hungry for some reassuring words from the doctor. The mother’s young son had sustained a concussion in a football game, or maybe in a hockey game. There is information out there about concussions. All kinds of info. It’s everywhere, some of it accurate, too much of it inaccurate or panic-provoking. Dr. Pieroth listens to the mother’s questions. The mother listens to the doctor’s answers and hears, ‘Your son will be fine.’ The mother exhales, finally, her furrowed brow disappearing just like that. “I enjoy hearing that sound of relief, that ‘Ahhh’ from a concerned parent of an injured child,” says Pieroth, after taking a sip of iced tea — her breakfast today — in the Corner Bakery at The Glen in Glenview. “In the last five to six years, research on young athletes with concussions increased. Tons of research, really important research. Unfortunately a lot people are making claims about concussions that aren’t backed by research. It’s a huge problem. “I spend a lot of time educating people about concussions and concussion recovery.” Pieroth, neuropsychologist and associate director of the sports concussion program at NorthShore University HealthSystem, heads to Colorado Springs later

this month to receive the USA Hockey Excellence in Safety Award for her o u t standing contributions to making hockey a safer game for all participants. A consultant for the Chicago Blackhawks since 2000 and for the Chicago Bears since 2004, Pieroth began concussion work in 1997 under her mentor, Dr. Mark Lovell, at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. Lovell co-directed the National Hockey League’s neuropsychology program from 1997-2007. Pieroth, a Marian Hossa fan — “The nicest guy,” she says of the Blackhawk — tested Detroit Red Wings for concussions in ’97. “The NHL,” Pieroth says, “was way ahead of the NFL in testing for concussions.” She is all about the young hockey players today, the ones who weigh about as much as one of Hossa’s legs, the Mites and the Squirts and the Pee Wees along the North Shore and beyond. Pieroth figures she has spoken in front of some 3,000 youth hockey

coaches at conferences and seminars. She is an integral voice and expert for A Step aHead, a consortium of four groups — Amateur Hockey Association of Illinois (AHAI), Athletico Physical Therapy, the Chicago Blackhawks and NorthShore University HealthSystem — created to educate the Illinois youth hockey community on the importance of both concussion management and the implementation of baseline testing. “High school hockey players

in Illinois are club players, and that means high school trainers don’t attend hockey games,” Pieroth says. “That’s a problem. A Step aHead has addressed that, in part, by offering free baseline neurological testing for any hockey player at an Athletico facility. Just call one up and make an appointment; people at Athleticos are trained to administer the test.” Pieroth’s husband, Jeff Wilson, plays in a men’s hockey league. Their sons, ages 11 and seven,

play hockey. The 11-yearold discovered football not too long ago and, “loves it … loves it,” his mother says. Pieroth, concussion maven and the daughter of a longtime football referee ( Jack), does not steer the boys in her life away from contact sports. “It comes down to coaches at the youth levels,” she says. “Coaches have so much control. Kids, they still like to hide their concussions because they want to keep playing. Our message to coaches is, ‘If you think one of your athletes has just suffered a concussion in a game or at a practice, or that athlete doesn’t feel right, take that athlete out.’ The coaches out there have really come around; they’re asking great questions, and they love their sport. The AHAI coaches, the AHAI people, have been fantastic. They’re all so focused on what is best for youth hockey players. “We’re all working to create a culture of safety at the youth levels of all sports. That [USA Hockey] award, it’s not just about me. It’s a group effort; I get to work with such good people, dedicated people.” Pieroth grew up in Chicago Ridge and attended Mount Assisi Academy, an all-girls school. As

a third-grader, she let people know she was interested in the medical field. Their typical response: “So you want to be a nurse?” Pieroth’s typical reply: “Nope, a doctor. I’m going to be a doctor, and I want to work in an emergency room.” She earned her bachelor of science degree in psychology at the University of Illinois and her doctorate degree in clinical psychology at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology. In 1998 she completed her fellowship in neuropsychology at Henry Ford Hospital. Also in ’98: the Detroit Red Wings won the Stanley Cup. Pieroth is working on getting her master’s degree in public health, while seeing patients, while fulfilling her commitment to A Step aHead, while consulting for professional sports organizations, while making contributions to task forces, while staying involved with USA Football and U.S. Soccer, while being around for her husband and two sons. One busy woman. The shoehorn she uses to squeeze all of that in each day must be the size of a kayak. “I sometimes have a lot of plates spinning at the same time,” Pieroth says. “I started taking a yoga class in December. It’s great. It helps my back. It’s a good release. It calms me. For one hour, I get to get away from technology, and nobody talks to me.” A neuropsychologist, her mind clear, exits a yoga classroom. Pieroth’s plates are inert, resting. From 60 mph to 0, in an hour. Acceleration resumes tomorrow.


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