Weekly Sports Beats 1/10-1/18

Girls’ Basketball (Grace Davidson)

The Mustangs played against St. Charles North last Tuesday. In a tough match the game ended in a loss for the Mustangs 59-25. Their next game was against Naperville Central last Friday. It was a very close match, but the girls’ ended up losing 48-42. They lost once again to Glenbard West on Monday 60-40. This week, the girls’ face DeKalb on Thursday and Joliet West on Saturday. 

Girls’ Bowling (Grace Cronin)

The girls’ won 2178-2141 in a tough match against Romeoville last Monday. They continued their winning streak with a win against Lake Park, finishing the match 2630-2474 on Tuesday. The Mustangs kept the winning streak yet again with a win against  Naperville Central 2340-1920 on Thursday. The team finished off the week with the Fenton Fred Green Classic on Saturday. They finished fourth overall, and  senior Sydney Lewis placed sixth individually. Their next match was yesterday against Glenbard East.

Coed Competitive Cheer (Grace Cronin)

The team competed at the Oak Forest Invite on Sunday. The Mustangs competed at the DVC tournament on Tuesday winning the championship. Their next competition is against Fremd High School.

Boys’ Swim and Dive (Nick Vallejo)

The boys’ competed in the Titan Relays at Glenbrook South this past Saturday, the competitors were seniors Tyler Leslie, Evan Lopez, and Jacob Henkle, as well as junior Jaeddan Gamilla. They placed fourth in the 400 Medley Relay, second in the 200 and first in the 400 Free Relay. The teams next meet is against Naperville Central on Thursday.

Boys’ Wrestling (Max Berglind)

 The Mustangs went to Naperville Central to take on the Redhawks this past Thursday. They have their DuPage Valley Conference tournament hosted by Waubonsie Valley this Saturday. 

Boys’ Basketball (Max Berglind)

After their win against Conant two weeks ago, the Mustangs have won one of their last five, with their last win coming against Joliet Central, by a score of 53-43 on Monday. Their next game will be against East Aurora on Saturday. 

Dance (Grace Cronin)

The girls’ competed at the DVC tournament last Thursday and went up against Clinton High School last Saturday. Their next competition is the IHSA sectionals for a chance at state this Saturday.