The Lady Foxes are ready to outfox the competition this time out
Key seasonal performances: Minooka Flight Champions, Naperville Twilght Runner-ups, NIB-12 Champions, Quincy Sectional Champions, IHSA 3A State Runner-ups, NXN MW Runner-ups
How good is this team: Utterly good. This may be the second best team in Illinois history outside of the current Naperville North outfit and of course the Huskies unit that placed second last year. When it mattered the Foxes dominated the competition behind the three-headed monster that comprised of Kleronomos, Fox, and Eberhart. They are arguebly the best trio for one season in state history. We can't forget about the dynamic group that Minooka had a few years with Ashley Tutt, Mackenzie Callahan, and Emily Shelton. Both sets of girls had finishers in the top 10 in the state and top 20 overall. Both groups dominated their foes with lightening fast finishes virtually every meet. The difference here is Yorkville's trio may have the ability to turn themselves into national champions with all-american placements. In terms of the meet itself, the Foxes have a strong backing at 3-7 (Hunter, Klemm, Simmons, Borowiak) and if they can get into position and close well, they will be on the podium somewhere.