Scout Nation


Scout Nation Mission Statement

The mission of Scout Nation is to create a positive atmosphere and establish school unity by supporting the teams and clubs of Lake Forest High School. Scout Nation will lead the charge with cheering for our teams' successes while following good sportsmanship guidelines.


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Congratulations to freshman Kiley Rabjohns, who had a terrific run in her first trip to the girls' tennis state finals. After losing to Emily Casati (Deerfield HS) in the quarterfinals of the championship bracket 6-2, 6-3, Kiley was victorious over her three opponents in the Consolation Bracket Quarterfinals, Semifinals and Finals to claim fifth place.

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Congratulations to the boys and girls cross country teams!! The girls' team, led by senior Brett Chody, placed third at our own Lake Forest Regional Meet and the boy's team, led by sophomore Nathan Schmitt, placed sixth--with times qualifying both teams to move on to Sectionals.

The individual champion for the girls was Melissa Manetsch (16:57.8) representing Libertyville High School. The individual champion for the boys was Alex Tam (14.52.5) also from Libertyville. Stevenson placed first as a team for the girls and Mundelein took first for the boys. Congrats to all!! GO SCOUTS!
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All-conference runners Brett Chody and Emma Milburn
Congratulations go out to All-Conference runners Brett Chody (16:58.0) , who placed second behind Libertyville's Melissa Manetsch (16:46.6) and to Emma Milburn (18:39.7), who placed ninth. The team placed fifth overall. Stevenson (40) won the NSC Championship and Libertyville (45) was second.

In the boys' division congratulations to Nathan Schmitt (15:15.1) who placed eighth overall. The team also placed fifth (149). Lake Zurich (44) finished in first place with Mundelein (54) coming in second.

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Congratulations to the Varsity Girls Tennis team, who placed second at the Highland Park Sectionals on Saturday. Congratulations also go out to Freshman Kiley Rabjohns, who took first place in the singles bracket with victories over Highland Park Junior Caitlin Goldberg and Warren and Libertyville's number one singles players without losing a single game.

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Joe Busse –


Scout Nation meets Wednesday mornings at 8:30 AM

in room 63.


  • Support ALL Lake Forest High School Sports
  • Meet and decide which games will make the "Highlighted" games of the week
  • Go to as many games as possible and cheer in a positive way by cheering for LFHS rather than cheering against an opponent.
  • Create different themes & ideas for each game to create interest and fun for fans to participate in


Play it while you sing along!

Cheer, cheer for Lake Forest High
the school whose spirit never dies.
Cheer for the team that has made it famous in the years gone by
and we will cheer for the blue and the gold,
the colors ever wave on high.
So let’s add to the score and win here once more,
come on and fight Lake Forest High.