Your World. Your Stories. Everyday.


Your World. Your Stories. Everyday.


Your World. Your Stories. Everyday.


Weekly Sports Update: 3/29 – 4/02

Weekly Sports Update: 3/29 - 4/02

Boys’ Water Polo

Boys Water Polo: The boys water polo will continue where they left off before Spring Break, facing St. Charles North on Wednesday and travelling to the Niles Varsity Tournament this upcoming weekend. With a 6-7 record, the team looks to make great strides during their upcoming matches.

By Nirmal Mulaikal
Sports Editor

Girls’ Track & Field 

The Mustangs competed in the Illinois 3A Indoor state meet on March 26. Notable performances include a Nicki Cast with a 12th place finish in the 800 meter, Leana Goldman with a 12th place finish in the two mile, Kelly Reese finishing 21st in the 60m hurdles, and Courtney Morgan with the 1st place finish in the 4kg shot put. This marks the end of the indoor season, and the outdoor season will kick off this week with a meet against Wheaton Warrenville South on Wednesday, and the Mustang Invite Meet on Saturday.

By Qiyuan Zhou
Graphics Designer

Boys’ Track & Field

As the weather gets nicer and winter is finally in the past, the boys track and field team is transitioning from the indoor portion of the season to the outdoor portion. However, the team went out on a high note as they competed in the Illinois Top Times meet this past week. Placements include Amiri Finner taking 6th place in the long jump, Jordan Cagigal taking second in the 400m, and the 4x800m relay team including Cagigal, Ben Piotrowski, Derek Roberts, and Charlie Schafer taking 3rd place overall.

By Lucas Rhamy
Sports Writer

Girls’ Lacrosse

After an uneventful spring break, Tribe Lacrosse will take on Plano this Tuesday, followed by a home game against Wheaton United this Wednesday. Saturday, the girls will play Benet Academy at Benedictine University.

By Nikki Roberts
Online Writer

Girls’ Soccer

Girls’ soccer started off a busy week by tying a competitive Lyons Township 3-3 last Tuesday at home. Thursday, they travelled to St. Louis, Mo. to play in the Parkway Showcase. They started the tournament Friday by tieing Eureka (Mo.) 0-0. However, they lost 1-4 to Summit (Mo.) on Saturday. “Out of state tournaments give us an opportunity to have some bonding time as a team, while also improving our soccer and trying new things in out of conference games that aren’t quite as important as DVC games,” senior defender Megan Morris said.

By Drew Danko
Online Editor

Boys’ Baseball

Over break, the Mustangs played four games, winning against Bartlett 14-1, Proviso West 14-1, and splitting with Westmont, winning one game 20-1 and losing one game 9-10. Senior Anthony Greco had four home runs, Blake Honda with one home run, and valuable plays made by Ashton Creal and Conner Lovely. “We’ve started off really hot at the plate. We just need to keep building off this early success,” said Lovely. This week, they will take on Oswego East, Neuqua Valley, and Yorkville.

[quote]By Ashley Walker
Social Media Editor[/quote]

Girls’ Badminton

Girls’ badminton spent no days off during spring break, as they finished first for the fourth year in a row at the Plainfield North tournament Saturday. Girija Vaidya and Allison Yu were double champions; Asha Kondura and Iris Xu finished second; and Chloe Kessler and Caroline Baik also finished second. The team finished second at the Hinsdale South Invitational March 26. “I think it was a good tournament for MV because we all went to finals, and it helped us find and fix our weaknesses. For me and my partner personally, it was awesome because we’ve placed first three years in a row,” Vaidya said.

By Drew Danko
Online Editor

View Comments (2)

Comments (2)

Thank you for adding your voice to the conversation. Please note that all comments are moderated. Metea Media will not publish comments if they contain the following:

▸ Rude or obscene language (i.e. swear words, sexual jokes, violent threats, etc.)
▸ Hate speech (i.e. racism, sexism, homophobia, etc.)
▸ Insults towards a specific student or a teacher
▸ Content that is irrelevant to the article or does not add to the discussion
▸ Submitting comments under somebody else's name

Refer to the student handbook for further specifics on what is considered appropriate.

The Social Media Editor will read and evaluate all comments. Should there be any issues with a particular comment, the Social Media Editor will consult the newspaper adviser and Online Editor-in-Chief.
All METEA MEDIA Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

  • A

    A Boys Vball PlayerApr 7, 2016 at 12:06 pm

    how about boys volleyball?

  • L

    LaurenApr 6, 2016 at 10:23 am

    What about girl’s water polo?

Activate Search
Weekly Sports Update: 3/29 – 4/02