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Liberty Assistant Principal Courtney Milligan laughs as she tends to her right eye after getting hit with a volleyball before the D135 Crosstown Classic (left) and tends to her left eye after receiving a pie in the face after the match, which her team won. PHOTOS BY JEFF VORVA/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
Liberty Assistant Principal Courtney Milligan laughs as she tends to her right eye after getting hit with a volleyball before the D135 Crosstown Classic (left) and tends to her left eye after receiving a pie in the face after the match, which her team won. PHOTOS BY JEFF VORVA/22ND CENTURY MEDIA
Prairie’s Lauren Billo played volleyball for the first time since having surgery on her Achilles in October.
Young Liberty School fans cheer during the Crosstown Classic on Thursday, April 5, at Jerling Junior High. PHOTOS BY JEFF VORVA/22ND CENTUREY MEDIA.
Liberty Principal Daniel Prorok took a pie to the face after his team’s volleyball win over Prairie.
Jeff Vorva, Sports Editor
9:12 am CDT April 11, 2018
When Courtney Milligan was growing up in Decatur, she said she was a swimmer. That means she was used to chlorine in her eyes. But the Orland Park School District 135 Crosstown Classic was even tougher on her eyes.