Weekly Sports Update 12/9-12/15


Girls’ Basketball (Jose Collado)
The girls took two tough losses this week. Despite a 10 point four rebound performance by Nyla Hart, they fell short 30-38 at home on Saturday to Kaneland. They lost again on Tuesday to Dekalb 40-48. The girls play in the Oswego East Holiday Tournament next Monday.

Boys’ Basketball (Tyler Perry)
The varsity team only had two away games this week. They first took on Willowbrook on Tuesday. They fell short to a score of 61-71. The boys played Dekalb last Friday. They kept it close until the last seconds of the game but were defeated 43-49. The Mustangs will play at Naperville North on Friday.

Girls’ Bowling (Tyler Perry)
The girls played against Downers Grove North and Dekalb this past week at the Fox Bowl Lanes. They swept the Trojans on Monday. The Mustangs were able to get another win from Dekalb. To end off their fantastic week, they took part in the Strikefest match and came in 14th place. The Mustangs will face off against Oswego East today at 4:00 p.m.

Girls’ Gymnastics (Leland Pan)
The Mustangs finished out with a 129.4 against DeKalb last Tuesday. The girls will go against Neuqua on Jan. 16, 2020.

Boys’ Hockey (Elena Buscher)
The Warriors Hockey Team played Central on Saturday. The Warriors took the win 5-0. They later played Lyons Township on Sunday. Their next game will be on Jan. 5, 2020 against Wheaton West.

Special Olympics Basketball (Leland Pan)
The Unified team played against Andrew last Monday. Both teams will travel to Neuqua tonight. Traditional will tip-off at 6 p.m. and Unified will follow at 7 p.m.

Boys’ Wrestling (Alex Bedore)
The Mustangs went against St. Charles North, DeKalb, and Rockford East. The varsity team won against St. Charles North. At Rockford East, Kenny Siwicki placed third and Esteban Calderon placed sixth overall. Their next meet will be on Friday, against Naperville North.

Boys’ Swim and Dive (Elena Buscher)
The boys swam against Central and DeKalb last Wednesday. The Mustangs fell short of the two teams with 399 points. Their next meet will be on Friday at 5 p.m. against Neuqua.