The Final Score: Lake Tech 3,
Warriors Star Performer: Amanda Imyak scored Deerfield’s loan goal on a free kick.
Other Notable Warrior Performance: Bailey Bradford made five saves while Amanda Kellow, JoElla Guagliardo and Hannah Rosin combined for a pair of near misses sailing just over the goal.
Who’s Next: The Warriors entertain Stevenson at 4:30 p.m. today at Adams Field.
The Bottom Line: Missing three starters to injury or illness, the Warriors fell behind 1-0 and did not score in the first half. Imyak knotted the game for Deerfield in the 52nd minute before the Indians regained the lead three minutes later. The Warriors are 2-1-1 for the season.
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”It all started as a small idea with the kids I sit with at lunch,” Williams said. “We didn't think much of it, but I thought it was actually possible and that we could actually make it happen.”
Program Started Nov. 1
The first fine dining experience, which was on Nov. 1, only included a tablecloth wine glasses, and a regular PB&J lunch. Along with Luke Williams, other students involved in creating Fine Dining were Jason Ashworth, Graham Johnson, Matt Ogledzinski, and Steven Shaltiel.
"We realized it could grow and continue when we first saw our idea actually happen. People started asking questions, and the group grew bigger. We thought it would be just a onetime joke, but we saw it could potentially grow and continue."
Since Fine Dining began in November, it has grown into an event of which the whole school is aware. I decided to join the group for this month’s lunch and it was a truly wonderful experience.
The meal was fantastic, and I even found myself using more polite manners simply because of the fancy theme. Coming to school in a suit made my entire day different. Every time I walked past another well dressed male or female, I got a look of approval.
Fine Dining has definitely made an impact on the lunch periods at Deerfield High School. It was a small idea that turned into something that spices up students’ lives every once in awhile. Students appreciate something like this to break the monotony and daily routine of waiting in line in the cafeteria and eating the same foods every day.
With Luke’s goals of the event continuing through years to come, Fine Dining could potentially end up as a school sponsored event. Only two more Fine Dining lunches are planned for the remainder of the year and it is rumored that Fine Dining will underclass students as well as teachers and other staff.
I am glad to be part of a senior class that is creative and unique. I hope the tradition of Fine Dining continues after we graduate.