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Weekly Sports Update: 2/19-2/25

Kainin Blissett

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Boys’ Basketball (Kellie Foy)

The varsity team beat South Elgin on Friday night, winning 83-73. The team’s overall record for its regular season was 15-11. The varsity team has the IHSA Regionals tournament next week at Hinsdale South. The team’s first Regional game is against Lake Park on Monday at 7:30 pm.

Special Olympics (Kellie Foy)

The teams have the IHSA State tournament on March 17 in Peoria.

Hockey (Myra Bajwa)

Varsity competed against Maine in the Scholastic Cup on Friday, winning 7-6. They also won on Saturday to become the Scholastic Cup Champions, winning 5-1. JV fell to Hinsdale Central on Friday, losing 3-5 and again on Saturday, losing 1-4.

Boys’ Swim and Dive (Tyler Burleyson)

The team competed at the IHSA State meet last Friday and Saturday. The 200 medley relay of seniors Michael Chan, Janssen Gamilla, junior Sam Kastan, and freshman Jeddrick Gamilla placed 16th with a 1:36.20, only a second behind making finals. Janssen Gamilla placed 18th in the 200 IM at 1:55.49. The senior went on to advance to finals in the 100 fly, placing ninth with a 50.05, cutting 0.11 seconds off of his prelims time. This time qualifies Gamilla for All American consideration. The 200 freestyle relay of seniors Janssen Gamilla, Ben Forbes, Michael Chan, and junior Sam Kastan placed 26th with a 1:28.08. Chan finished his season with a 55.62 in the 100 back, earning himself 39th overall. Kastan swam a 21.95 in the 50 free for 29th place. Senior diver Alec Marquardt placed 37th overall. The team placed 36th in the state.

Indoor Track (Tyler Burleyson)

The indoor team has spent the week training in anticipation of the DGS Mustang relays hosted at North Central College next Monday.

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