New Trier’s Cook Verbally Commits to Princeton

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If all goes well, Steven Cook will play against teammate Connor Boehm in two years.

The 6-foot-4 New Trier junior, who’s in his first season on varsity, recently made it know he intends on playing basketball at Princeton. Boehm is bound for Dartmouth next season.

Before all that, Boehm and Cook look to bring the Trevians their first conference championship since the 2006-2007 season. New Trier, ranked No. 8, entered this week 4-0 in league play. The Trevians play at home against Maine South on Thursday.

Look for more about Cook next week.

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