Weekly Sports Beats 5/16-5/22

Girls’ Badminton (Grace Cronin)

The girls’ finished off their season competing at the state championships where seniors Vivian Kok and Sophia Wang placed fifth overall in the state for doubles. The team as a whole finished sixth overall with 9.5 points.

Boys’ Baseball (Nick Vallejo)

The Mustangs played against Naperville Central last Thursday. Metea started off the game well with a 2-0 lead but it did not last for long. Central came back with a score of 10-2. Metea played hard and got close to a comeback but were not able to, allowing the Redhawks take the winwith a score of 11-9. They have the DVC tourney tomorrow. 

Boys’ Lacrosse (Max Berglind)

The Mustangs traveled to Neuqua last Wednesday, played St. Charles East at home on Friday, and capped off the week with a game against Downers-Grove South on Saturday. The team has two games this week: St. Charles North at home on Monday and a road game against Naperville North. They finish the week with sectionals.

Girls’ Lacrosse (Grace Davidson)

Metea lost to Neuqua twice last week, 20-11 on Wednesday, and 13-3 on Thursday. Their next two games are against Benet today and Naperville North on Wednesday. Sectionals will be held on Saturday. 

Girls’ Soccer (Grace Davidson)

The team had a well earned win of 4-1 over Naperville Central last Tuesday. Then the girls’ repeated their triumph with another 4-1 win this time against Hinsdale Central last Thursday. Their next game is semi-regionals at Metea this Tuesday.

Girls’ Softball (Grace Cronin)

The team started off their week playing against DeKalb where they won 15-14 on Monday. Their next game was against Waubonsie where the girls’ took home the win again 18-1. The girls’ kept up their winning streak by winning against Naperville Central 5-4 on Wednesday. The team finished off their week playing against Nuequa losing 8-4 and West Aurora. Their next game is against Naperville North today.

Boys’ Tennis (Max Berglind)

Last week, the Mustangs had their conference game against Naperville Central, and notched two individual wins. Juniors Jash Kadakia and Pranav Swaminathan took home a win for the Mustangs. The team will have a road matchup against York today, and then have sectionals at home carrying into the weekend on Friday and Saturday.

Boys’ Track and Field (Grace Cronin)

The team competed at the Naperville Central DVC on Friday. They finished fifth overall with a score of 68 points. The boys’ who qualified for sectionals will compete  at St. Charles North on May 20.

Girls’ Track and Field (Grace Davidson)

The girls’ had their sectional meet last Thursday. Senior Maria Lambert placed first in the 100 meters, sophomore Kyla Harris placed first in the 400 meters and third in the 100 meters, sophomore Annastasia Murphy placed first in high jump and junior Kelli Blissett placed third. Overall the team finished sixth at sectionals with 68 points and a large handful of personal records. Murphy qualified for state in high jump, senior Sarah Maggio qualified for the 3200 meters where she placed seventh, Lambert qualified for the 100 meters and Harris qualified for the 400 meters. The girls’ state will be this upcoming Friday and Saturday. 

Boys’ Volleyball (Grace Davidson)

The Mustangs won their sponsor night in two sets against Waubonsie last Tuesday. They also had their senior night against Wheaton Warrenville South and the boys’ won that after 2-1. However, after the two wins of the week the team did lose to Neuqua in two sets on Thursday. They face Naperville North on Tuesday and Naperville Central on Thursday. 

Boys’ Water Polo (Grace Cronin)

The boys’ finished off their season playing St. Charles North in the sectional quarterfinals where they lost 11-4 on Wednesday.

Girls’ Water Polo (Grace Davidson)

During the IHSA sectional tournament the girls’ fell to Naperville North 19-0, concluding their season.