No. 1 with a bullet: Electric Bugaloo

My all-time favorite subtitle for a feature film comes the sequel of that 1984 classic, “Breakin'”. Who could forget “Breakin’ 2: Electric Bugaloo,” which came out later that year? Don’t worry, I’ve seen them both.

What passed for excitement for a bunch of suburban high school kids in those days was a drive downtown on a Saturday night to the Water Tower to see the breakdancers bust some moves on their cardboard boxes amid the crowds and traffic of the Magnificent Mile. Later, we would catch a midnight movie at the Biograph. Now days, is that a violation of some city’s curfew?

So, where are Pioneer Press’ No. 1 seeds headed later this month now that the IHSA has released the rest of its spring sports pairings?

Loyola softball will play Mather or Evanston at Niles West May 26. Highland Park baseball hosts Buffalo Grove or Prospect May 27 and New Trier hosts Prosser or Northside that day.

Our three volleyball No. 1s should get off to good starts May 26. Oak Park hosts Prosser or Farragut, Glenbrook North plays Wheeling or Waukegan in Waukegan and Maine South faces Northtown or Amundsen at Glenbrook South.

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