Weekly Sports Update: 4/3 – 4/8

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Weekly Sports Update: 4/3 – 4/8

The PE area of our school acts as a space for classrooms and extra curricular sports. Sometimes its even used for assembly's.

The PE area of our school acts as a space for classrooms and extra curricular sports. Sometimes its even used for assembly's.

Leland Pan

The PE area of our school acts as a space for classrooms and extra curricular sports. Sometimes its even used for assembly's.

Leland Pan

Leland Pan

The PE area of our school acts as a space for classrooms and extra curricular sports. Sometimes its even used for assembly's.

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Boys’ Baseball (Nate Burleyson)

The varsity team continued their successes last week with a 17-0 win against Downers Grove North, a 5-2 win against Harlem, and two wins in a doubleheader against Aurora Christian. The team is still undefeated.  

Softball (Nate Burleyson)

The varsity softball team fell to Batavia and Yorkville last week. They have four games this week including two home games on Wednesday and Friday.

Boys Track and Field (Madison McCalley)

This past week, the Mustangs had a meet on Saturday at the Norm Armstrong Invitational at Belleville West. Junior Virgil Steward placed fifth in the 200 meter dash. Senior Michael Varzino placed third in the 1600 meter run. Senior Pryce Giwa-Osagie placed in the high jump. Senior Temi Osobamiro placed fourth in the triple jump. Their next meet is this Tuesday at home.

Girls Track and Field (Madison McCalley)

The Mustangs hosted a meet on Saturday. Sophomore Natalie Weisman placed 4th in the 800 meter run. Freshman Hailey Finch placed third 1600 meter run. Freshman Lillie Piotrowski placed sixth in the 400 meter dash. Junior Sayaka Araki placed sixth in the 3200 meter run. Their next meet is this Friday at Minooka.

Boys’ Water Polo (Nate Burleyson)

The varsity team competed in the Niles West tournament this past weekend. They beat Niles West, Maine West, and Evanston before falling to St. Rita 10-9 in the championship. The team is ranked 14th in the state, a program record.

Girls Water Polo (Madison McCalley)

Last week, the Mustangs competed on Saturday at the Fremd Lady Vike’s Varsity Tournament and they placed second. Their next meet is this Tuesday and they play Neuqua.

Girls’ Badminton (Leland Pan)

The girls played the Thornton Fractional South Tournament on Saturday with an overall fourth place finish. They play Hinsdale South High School today at home at 4:30 pm

Girls’ Lacrosse (Leland Pan)

The girls played a non-conference home game against Downers Grove North on Friday. They won 13-9 with the help of five points scored by sophomore Audra Thomas. The Mustangs will play a home game against Geneva High School today at 6:30 p.m

Girls’ Soccer (Leland Pan)

The Mustangs fell short against the conference opener against Naperville Central High School. The girls won their first round of the PepsiCo Showdown against Libertyville High School  3-0. They play their second round of the PepsiCo tournament on Tues. at 6 pm

Boys’ Tennis (Leland Pan)

The match on Wednesday against Naperville Central High School was canceled due to rainy conditions. The Mustangs will play at Plainfield East High School 4:30 pm today.

Boys’ Volleyball (Leland Pan)

The boys played St. Charles East on Thursday and continued with the Warren Tournament on Friday and Saturday. They finished in thirteenth place overall and the boys play at home against Benet Academy on Wednesday at 5:30pm