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Stevenson celebrates basketball, debate success
  • Stevenson High School boys basketball captains Andy Stempel, left, Matt Morrissey and Jalen Brunson speak to the fans at the school Monday as they celebrate the team's second-place finish in the state Class 4A tournament at Carver Arena in Peoria.

    Purchase Photo | Stevenson High School boys basketball captains Andy Stempel, left, Matt Morrissey and Jalen Brunson speak to the fans at the school Monday as they celebrate the team's second-place finish in the state Class 4A tournament at Carver Arena in Peoria. Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  •  Stevenson High School's Eric Ramoutar holds the second place trophy he won in Congressional debate during a Monday celebration at the school. The team competed in the state IHSA debate tournament at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington.

    Purchase Photo | Stevenson High School's Eric Ramoutar holds the second place trophy he won in Congressional debate during a Monday celebration at the school. The team competed in the state IHSA debate tournament at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington. Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

Daily Herald report

Several hundred Stevenson High School students turned out Monday morning to celebrate a pair of big weekend accomplishments.

Fans cheered the boy's basketball team, which wrapped up its season with a second-place finish in the state IHSA Class 4A tournament in Peoria. The team fell to Simeon in the championship game 58-40 to finish the season 29-5.

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They also cheered debate team member Eric Ramoutar's second-place finish in Congressional debate at the state IHSA debate tournament at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington.

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