Category: Sports

Posted on: October 21, 2021 Posted by: Ethan Holesha Comments: 0

Glacier Guys: Four teams remain in star-studded MLB playoffs

Hosted by Ethan Holesha and Joey Fernandez, The Glacier Guys This week, we discuss the MLB playoffs and our predictions for what teams will make the World Series. We also dive into this past Sunday’s Packers vs. Bears game while giving our top five current NFL teams. We wrap up this week’s episode by talking about the excitement around the Chicago Bulls, giving our top five NBA teams going into…

Posted on: October 15, 2021 Posted by: Ethan Holesha Comments: 0

White Sox fans create electric atmosphere for Chicago’s ‘second team’

Photo by Ethan Holesha My friend, fellow Moraine Valley student Ethan Juarez, and I prepare to witness the excitement of Game 4 of the ALDS playoffs between the Houston Astros and the Chicago White Sox on Oct. 12. Everyone was wearing black jerseys, waving black towels. Every Sox fan was on the same page: we’re here to win. With not a single open seat in sight, Guaranteed Rate Field was…

Posted on: October 15, 2021 Posted by: Joey Fernandez Comments: 0

Despite injury-riddled season, women’s cross-country hopeful for conference title

Photo by mvcyclones.com The Cyclones ran all five athletes for the first time this season at the Ranger Open in Kenosha, WI on Oct 2. The women placed third among the small field. By Joey Fernandez, Sports Editor Women’s cross-country has had to deal with a season full of adversity. With two out of the five runners on the team battling injuries throughout the fall, the team ran the first…

Posted on: October 14, 2021 Posted by: Ethan Holesha Comments: 0

Glacier Guys: MV golf with guest Randy Miller

Hosted by Ethan Holesha and Joey Fernandez, The Glacier Guys This week we welcome on the podcast sophomore MVCC golfer Randy Miller. We talk to Randy about his background in golf, how this past season went for the Moraine golf team, how the game of golf has changed in recent years, and much more!

Posted on: October 8, 2021 Posted by: Coiln Kroll Comments: 0

MV’s Smeraldo turns golf from hobby into college success story

Michael Smeraldo (third from left) is one of four Moraine golfers who made All-Conference, along with Jack McDonald (from left), Randy Miller and Tommy Schaaf. (mvcyclones.com) By Colin Kroll, JRN 111 Student Michael Smeraldo made what sounds impossible possible. Nothing about his story would suggest he could have become one of the top 10 golfers in the Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference this year. Smeraldo started playing golf for fun last…

Posted on: October 7, 2021 Posted by: Ethan Holesha Comments: 0

Glacier Guys: MV men’s basketball with guest Ethan Campagna

Hosted by Ethan Holesha and Joey Fernandez, The Glacier Guys This week we welcome onto the podcast sophomore MVCC men’s basketball player Ethan Campagna. We talk about the differences between high school and college basketball, how this season has been different because of COVID, some of the team goals for this season, and much more! We also briefly touch on the upcoming season for the Chicago Bulls.

Posted on: September 30, 2021 Posted by: Ethan Holesha Comments: 0

Glacier Guys: Multiple active win streaks highlight successful fall for MV sports

Hosted by Ethan Holesha and Joey Fernandez, The Glacier Guys This week, we discuss the success of the current Moraine Valley sports teams as well as the sports who have seasons starting soon. We also discuss the race for the AL wild card spots in the MLB and give our picks for each NFL week 4 game. Finally, we briefly discuss the Blackhawks, the NBA, PGA tour golf (the USA…

Posted on: September 24, 2021 Posted by: Joey Fernandez Comments: 0

Overrated Padres’ cold stretch no surprise; underrated Blue Jays prepared for playoff push

2021 has been one of the most memorable Major League Baseball seasons of all time. This may sound like recency bias, but I truly believe the storylines are unmatched, starting with superstar two-way player Shohei Ohtani, who has set the world on fire with all-star seasons from the mound and the batter’s box. And we’re seeing the most current all-stars being moved at the trade deadline in more than 50…