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Weekly Sports Update: 4/2-4/7

Kainin Blissett

Kainin Blissett

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Girls’ Badminton (Tyler Burleyson)

Badminton lost to Naperville Central last Tuesday and to Wheaton North on Thursday while varsity placed third in a tournament on Saturday. Next week, the team travels for matches against Hinsdale Central, Waubonsie Valley, and Lake Park.


Boys’ Tennis (Tyler Burleyson)

Last week’s matches were cancelled. This week, the team will take on St. Francis at home on Monday, Naperville North away on Tuesday, Neuqua Valley away on Wednesday, Naperville Central at home on Thursday, and Hononegah away on Saturday.


Girls’ Soccer (Tyler Burleyson)

Varsity defeated Naperville North at home, winning 1-0. The girls lost to Neuqua Valley, losing 0-1. In the PepsiCo Showdown, the team won its’ first match against Nazareth, winning 1-0. The girls will play their next tournament game Tuesday at home. Also last week, senior and team captain Sophia Senese was named Athlete of the Month.


Boys’ Track (Tyler Burleyson)

The team’s meets last week were cancelled. Senior Rokas Gudinavicius was named an Athlete of the Month last week. This week, the team travels to Naperville North on Tuesday and hosts several teams on Saturday.


Baseball (Myra Bajwa)

Baseball had all its games cancelled last week. Next week, the boys play Naperville North on Monday and Tuesday, Neuqua on Wednesday and Thursday, and Naperville Central on Friday and Saturday.


Softball (Myra Bajwa)

Varsity lost against St. Charles East on Monday, losing 0-14. Next week, the girls play Neuqua, Benet, and Naperville North.


Girls’ Track (Myra Bajwa)

Girls’ track will compete against Neuqua and Waubonsie on Tuesday and at Minooka on Friday.


Ultimate Frisbee (Myra Bajwa)

The ultimate frisbee team had practices all week.


Girls’ Lacrosse (Kellie Foy)

The game against Sandburg and Palatine was cancelled. The girls play at Waubonsie against Naperville Central on Monday and at Waubonsie against St. Francis on Friday.

Boys’ Volleyball (Kellie Foy)

Both JV and varsity took home wins against Geneva on Wednesday. Varsity won in two sets, winning 25-14 and 25-10. The varsity team participated in the Warren Blue Devils Invite over the weekend, advancing to the silver bracket. The team plays at home against Neuqua on Tuesday.


Boys’ Water Polo (Kellie Foy)

JV tied with St. Charles North on Wednesday. Varsity came out with a win against St. Charles North on Wednesday. Varsity won three games and lost one game in the Niles Varsity Tournament over the weekend. The boys play at home against Naperville North on Tuesday and at home against the Oak Park and River Forest team on Wednesday.


Girls’ Water Polo (Kellie Foy)

The varsity team took first place in the Fremd Tournament over the weekend. The girls play their next conference game at Naperville North on Tuesday.


Rugby (Connor Smith)

The Chiefs Rugby Club had a busy week, as the D2 High School Boys earned a victory in St. Charles over the Predators last Tuesday, winning 46-0. The D3 high school boys also had a very successful win this past Thursday, defeating the Plainfield Thundercats at home, winning 27-5. Over the weekend, both units traveled to St. Louis to participate in the annual Ruggerfest tournament. D2 went 2-1 while the D3 went 1-2, but both units showed tremendous effort over the course of the whole weekend.


Special Olympics (Connor Smith)

Special Olympics continued track and field practices this past week.


Boys’ Lacrosse (Connor Smith)

The boys’ lacrosse team played three games this week against St. Charles East, Schaumburg, and Benet. Despite losing all three games, each one was extremely close, and the boys hope their momentum carries over to this week.


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