Township Primary Results
Last night Naperville Township residents cast their vote in their Republican primary. In a close race, incumbent Rachel Ossyra secured her seat as the Republican nominee for Township Supervisor with 52 percent of the vote. She’ll face off against Democratic nominee Eddie Bedford in the April 4 election. For Township Clerk incumbent Barry Greenberg is the selected candidate with 71 percent of the vote, he’ll now face Democrat Nathanael Sippel. Out of 10 Republican trustees, the four moving on are incumbents Paul Santucci and Karyn Malm and newcomers Heather Bejda and Jim Ruhl. They’ll face off against Democratic nominees Julie Federico, Loretta Burke, Glenn Jones and John Waller in the April 4 General Election.
NNHS Table Tennis
The Naperville North Table Tennis team is now the state champion, after winning several key matches at the eighth annual Interscholastic Table Tennis tournament championship this past weekend. The win came after North’s top rated player, Sarah Zhou won against Loyola Academy’s top ranked player in a best-of-five match. This is the first time North has hoisted the state trophy.
Boys Basketball Playoffs
Four of our local teams were in action last night in the boys basketball regional semi finals. Metea Valley met up with Naperville North at Batavia. The Huskies took control right from the start and cruised to a big victory. North will go for its first regional plaque since 2006 on Friday night. Benet Academy also moved on to the regional final, the Redwings rained down three pointers on the way to an easy 54-34 win over York. Neuqua Valley was the surprise of the night. The Wildcats upset 4th seed Minooka for a 47-39 win at Plainfield North. Neuqua will face the winner of West Aurora and Andrew on Friday for the regional championship.
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