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Basketball photos

January 29, 2015

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January 21, 2015

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Juniors bring the holiday spirit at the first pep assembly of the year

October 17, 2014

Check out the rest of the Homecoming week photos on our sidebar!   Pep assembly photos by Jack Heerhold and Grace Marshall Homecoming photos #MeteaMedia  

All for one and 14 all

May 29, 2014

Senior Tyler Proszowski celebrates graduation at Northern Illinois University last Sunday, May 25.   Yearbook photo by Lauren Murray

2nd annual Unity for Community Football Game

May 22, 2014

Metea students honor Principal Schmid by participating in the 2nd annual Unity for Community football game.

Car crash simulated for DUI assembly

April 10, 2014

Seniors watch a simulation of the consequences of drunk driving as police cars, ambulances, and fire trucks arrive on scene. Photo by Elizabeth Kluge

Gru'd luck, G.I.!

March 27, 2014

Metea's G.I. poses with Principal Schmid before leaving to perform their version of "Despicable Me" at their state competition on Friday. Photo courtesy of Ryan Doherty

Mustangs and Warriors do an "ice" job at State

March 21, 2014

MV/WV Warriors Varsity hockey team celebrates as they win the State Championship, 3-0. Photo by Iza Mikus

Green, Gold, and Blackhawks

March 19, 2014

John Hill, Ben Larmer, and Andrew Betbadal buy tickets to the State Championship Hockey game against Glenbard HS hosted at the United Center. Photo by Andrea Lin

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