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Football
Season: Fall

Equipment Handout/Start Date: Monday, August 10

• Varsity equipment (if you do not have already), 10-11 a.m., cage area
  Practice noon-6 p.m. Stadium (break and lunch provided)

• Sophomore equipment (if you do not have already), 10-11 a.m., cage area
  Practice noon-6 p.m. Stadium (break and lunch provided)

• Freshmen equipment/meeting, 9-10:30 a.m., cage area
   Practice, 10:30-11:30, grass field

All players must be cleared for participation by the Athletic Office by 8 a.m. Monday, August 10

Levels: Varsity/Sophomore/Freshman. No-cut sport.

Head Coach: Bill McNamara (wmcnamara@d125.org)

Time Commitment: 10-15 hours per week. Times will vary based on competitions.

Completed Athletic Participation Forms are required before tryout/practice.

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  • 2015 Schedule Features H-F Rematch

    By: SHS Public Information Office | Jun 18, 2015
    Stevenson will take on Homewood-Flossmoor, the team it beat for the IHSA Class 8A championship last fall, in the second game of the 2015. The Patriots-Vikings matchup takes place in Lincolnshire on Friday, September 4. This will be the third time in the last 12 months that the two teams have squared off. SHS beat H-F, 33-24, in the second week of the season last year (September 6), then held off the Vikings, 31-25, in the state title game. The game against Homewood-Flossmoor is one of five home contests for the Patriots in 2015

  • For Patriot Football, It's Not About Winning and Losing

    By: SHS Public Information Office | Jun 18, 2015
    How do you top winning a state championship? For head football coach Bill McNamara, Stevenson’s undefeated season and Class 8A title in 2014 were the byproducts of more fundamental goals he and his staff set for the team each year.

    “When we prepare for a season, we do not talk about winning and losing,” he told the Statesman last December. “We talk about a lifestyle of commitment, selflessness, honesty, teamwork and hard work. If a team buys into being the best person/player they can be for our football team and in life, then the winning and successes will follow. The coaching staff is so proud of our past successes as a team and of each individual player, and we believe that our team (in 2015) can achieve greatness if they buy into the process to be champions.”