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Weekly Sports Update 4/30-5/6

Kainin Blissett

Kainin Blissett

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Baseball (Myra Bajwa)

Varsity beat Lake Park 10-4 on Monday, lost 12-14 against Lake Park on Tuesday, and  lost 3-7 to Naperville Central on Thursday. On Friday, the team lost 13-15 to Wheaton Warrenville South and bounced back to beat Wheaton Warrenville South 8-1 on Saturday. Varsity also beat Naperville Central 12-11 on Saturday. Next week, the team plays Wheaton Warrenville South, Naperville North, Glenbard North, and Harlem.

Softball (Myra Bajwa)

Varsity lost 2-11 against Neuqua on Monday and 1-3 to Naperville Central on Thursday for the DVC Cares Game. The team beat Waubonsie 7-0 on Friday and beat Naperville North 9-6 on Saturday. Next week, the team plays Wheaton North, Waubonsie, Lake Park, and Elk Grove.

Girls’ Track (Myra Bajwa)

The girls track team competed at DVC Conference on Thursday. Jenna Boyle and Emily Kohlberg placed seventh and eighth in the 3200 meter run. Angelica Mendez placed sixth and Cleo Barber placed eighth in the Discus. Terri Scarlett, Natalie Weisman, Sophia Sandy, and Keely Weber placed fifth in the 4X800 meter relay.

Ultimate Frisbee (Myra Bajwa)

The Varsity team played in a rain shortened game against Batavia last Wednesday. They pulled out a 10-3 victory. The team faces Downers Grove South and Geneva this Wednesday at Stuart Sports Complex.

Girls’ Lacrosse (Nate Burleyson)

The Girls’ Lacrosse team won last Tuesday’s game against Wheaton 16-13. On Saturday they fell to Benet 9-10, in overtime.

Boys’ Volleyball (Nate Burleyson)

The Boys’ hosted a charity game for Cal’s Angels last Wednesday. They beat Waubonsie 2-1. On Friday and Saturday, they competed in their own tournament. Friday night, they went 2-0 in pool play. Saturday, they beat Hinsdale South, before falling in the semis to Wheaton North after a 23-25 third set. In the final game of the day, they beat Neuqua Valley in two sets to finish 3rd in the tournament.

Boys’ Water Polo (Nate Burleyson)

The Boys’ team had their Senior Night last Wednesday. On Saturday they hosted their own invitational, where they beat St. Charles East 11-1 in the first game, they went on to win the tournament and are looking forward to their first sectional game against Naperville North on Wednesday.

Girls’ Water Polo (Nate Burleyson)

The Girls’ team played in their own invitational on Saturday. The team won their first game 12-7 against Naperville North. They turned defense into offense as they won all of their games on the day, taking first place at the tournament.

Rugby (Connor Smith)

The D2 High School Boys lost 15-45 to the West Suburban Bulls on Thursday, while the D3 High School Boys lost 17-26 to Elmhurst Rugby on Friday. Despite the losses, both teams have been continuing to train hard on off-days. The D3 Boys will play their final game of the regular season this Friday against the Blaze in Lemont.

Special Olympics (Connor Smith)

Special Olympics continued to hold bowling practices this past week in preparation for their tournament at Parkside Lanes in Aurora on Thursday, May 17.

Boys’ Lacrosse (Connor Smith)

Boys’ Lacrosse fell to St. Charles North in a hard-fought 9-18 loss last Monday at home. This week, the boys will face Naperville North and Wheaton North at home today and Thursday respectively. They will also head to Naperville Central on Wednesday for their final road game of the regular season.

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One Response to “Weekly Sports Update 4/30-5/6”

  1. :) on May 7th, 2018 10:09 am

    Umm special Olympics bowling starts TODAY!

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