Lisle

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Lisle Senior High School
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Location:
Lisle, IL
Club President None
Coaches Erik Anderson
State Championships 2010 IHSA, 2011 IHSA
National Championships none
National Appearances Unknown
Program Status Unknown
School Size Unknown

Lisle is a public high school in -you guessed it- Lisle, Illinois. The high school is located in a pretty sweet western suburb of Chicago, and plays in the Single A division of the Illinois format Scholastic Bowl. The team competes in the Interstate Eight conference, and has provided a challenge to schools like Latin School in years past. The team was coached for many years by Yousef Matariyeh, who retired in 2016.

IHSSBCA Individual Awards

The following were honored by the Illinois High School Scholastic Bowl Coaches Association (IHSSBCA) for outstanding play through their All-Sectional/All-State Program. Each sectional comprises roughly 24 geographically concentrated teams, and thus roughly 125 starting players. Through the 2006-07 season, the top ten players were recognized in each sectional,(starting with 2007-08, the number was raised to 15) with teams restricted to no more than two nominations (three nominations starting in 2007-08). There are twenty All-State awards given each year (10 First Team, 10 Second Team) in each of Illinois' two classes.

All-Sectional Honorees

  • 2010: Greg Dzuricsko, Naiomi Gunaratne, Michael Swartz
  • 2009: Greg Dzurickso, Naiomi Gunaratne, Neal Kfoury
  • 2008: Naiomi Gunaratne, Laurel Kunath
  • 2006: Shauna Gunaratne
  • 2005: Shauna Gunaratne, Zachary Kunath

All-State Honorees

  • 2011: Greg Dzuricsko (First Team), Michael Swartz (First Team)
  • 2010: Greg Dzuricsko(First Team)
  • 2006: Shauna Gunaratne(First Team)
  • 2005: Shauna Gunaratne(First Team)

Video

While video of IHSA tournament matches is rarely taken because of restrictions placed on video or audio recording any IHSA events, Lisle got permission, and recorded their matches at the 2014 state series:



Illinois Masonic State Tournament Class A Champion
Preceded by
Year
Succeeded by
Litchfield
2011
Peoria Christian