" Clearly, there are the lessons that are in our textbooks, like algebra, chemistry and Spanish. But at RZJHS, we also learned essential midot, or values, such as diligence and morality, that you can’t find in a textbook."
By: Steve Sadin
The Final Score: Chicagoland Jewish High School defeated North Shore Country Day, 20-25, 25-18, 25-23.
Tigers’ Star Performer: Caroline Dreifuss of Deerfield recorded four kills, dished out six assists and had 12 digs.
Other Notable Tiger Performances: Annie Schrayer of Highland Park scored on five kills and had the same number of digs. Highland Park’s Zoe Goldhirsch chipped in seven assists.
Who’s Next: The Tigers meet Waldorf of Chicago for the Illinois High School Association 1A Regional title at 6 p.m. Thursday on the Chicagoland Jewish High School campus.
The Bottom Line: After dropping the first set to North Shore Country Day, 25-20, the Tigers rallied to easily win the next set, 25-18, and edge the opposition in the third, 25-23 to advance to the title game. A victory will move the Tigers into the Sectionals for the first time in school history.
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