Author: Joey Fernandez

Posted on: May 12, 2022 Posted by: Joey Fernandez Comments: 0

MV sports recognized for successful year of athletic achievement

Photo by mvcyclones.com By Joey Fernandez, Sports Editor After a year of successful athletic accomplishments, the Moraine Valley athletic department has been awarded the Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference All-Sports Award. This title is awarded to a college that has shown persistency through receiving the highest number of conference awards throughout the season. Moraine Valley Cyclones came out on top and proved their dedication after taking home three Skyway titles this…

Posted on: May 12, 2022 Posted by: Joey Fernandez Comments: 0

Glacier Guys: White Sox catching fire, Bucks vs. Celtics prediction

Hosted by Joey Fernandez This week marks the 40th episode of the podcast, which I started with my friend and former Glacier editor, Ethan Holesha. In this episode, I center on the Chicago White Sox and the heat I’ve seen from the team lately, which appears to completely correspond to the weather. At the end of the episode, I have a bittersweet moment as I give my final sendoff to…

Posted on: April 28, 2022 Posted by: Joey Fernandez Comments: 0

MV softball dominates Waubonsee to win conference

photo by mvcyclones.com By Joey Fernandez, Sports Editor Entering last Tuesday, the Cyclones softball team needed a doubleheader sweep of Waubonsee Community College to claim their second consecutive Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference championship, and they did just that. With a decisive 7-2 victory in the first game, the Cyclones could feel the title within their grasp and capitalized with a 14-2 mercy-rule victory in game two. After homering and having…

Posted on: April 21, 2022 Posted by: Joey Fernandez Comments: 0

Men’s tennis serves its way toward regionals with convincing win against Prairie State

photo by mvcyclones.com Aidan Lysouvakon returns a serve. By Joey Fernandez, Sports Editor Entering Thursday third in the conference and pursuing a berth at nationals, the Cyclones men’s tennis players wanted to improve their chances by beating Prairie State. They were able to do just that, with a decisive 7-2 victory.  With only the top two teams qualifying for nationals, Coach David Souza knows the players still have some things…