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Weekly Sports Update: 4/18 – 4/23

Weekly Sports Update: 4/18 - 4/23

Boys’ Track & Field

The boys’ track and field team found great success at the Wheaton Warrenville South Red Grange Invite this past friday. Amiri Finner took first overall in the long jump. Alonzo Taylor-Jones, Brad Fekety, and Harry Alappat finished back to back to back in the 110m hurdles, respectively taking second, third, and fourth overall. And the 4x200m relay team consisting of Jordan Cagigal, Amiri Finner, Ben Loustis, and Taylor-Jones set a school record with their performance.

[quote]By Lucas Rhamy
Sports Writer[/quote]

Boys’ Volleyball

Last week boys volleyball fought hard against Geneva only to fall to them in the third set. They then took on four teams at the Minooka invite beating both JV and varsity Minooka teams. This week they will take on Naperville Central and Willowbrook.

[quote]By Kiera Donovan
Online Writer[/quote]

Boys’ Water Polo

The boys’ water polo team had an extremely busy week. On Tuesday, the boys lost to to top  ranked Naperville Central in a blowout. However, the team redeemed their loss earlier in the week by winning the Valley Varsity tournament and defeating #9 Neuqua Valley 11-10 behind senior Keegan Reilly’s nine goals. The team is currently 11-11-1 and are ranked #33 in state, six spots higher than last week.

By Nirmal Mulaikal
Sports Editor

Girls’ Water Polo

This week, Girls Water Polo lost to Naperville Central, a top-5 team in the state. However, they went to the Neuqua Valley co-ed tournament and tied Bradley 8-8, while beating Maine South 10-2 and losing to Neuqua 7-1. This week, they have a game versus Barrington on Tuesday, and against Hinsdale Central on Thursday, which is also Senior night for the girls.

By Prashant Shankar
Online Writer

Girls’ Track & Field 

This past week, the Mustangs competed in the Neuqua Valley Invitational. Podium finishes include a 3rd place finish in the 1600 meter by Nicki Cast, a 2nd place finish in the 3200 meter by Leana Goldman, a 3rd place finish by the 4×400 relay team (Grace Jachimiec, Maeve Riordan, Madelynn Matty, Abbey Chase), 1st place finishes in the 4kg shot put and 1kg discus by Courtney Morgan, and a 1st place finish in the triple jump by Claire Samojedny. This upcoming week, the Mustangs will compete against Naperville Central and Glenbard North on Tuesday, and at the New Trier Invite on Saturday.

By Qiyuan Zhou
Graphics Designer

Ultimate Frisbee

This weekend, the Ultimate team finished second place in the Silver Division at the Neuqua Knockout tournament after going 5-2. Overall, the team is now 8-2 and continues to compete as one of the top teams in their division.

By Nirmal Mulaikal
Sports Editor

Girls’ Lacrosse

Although they suffered two losses, this week was one of hard work and growth for Tribe Lacrosse. The scores were close, narrowly losing 8-7 to Schaumburg and 7-5 St. Viator, two teams in high ranking conferences. “It was a great week even though the score doesn’t reflect it,” said captain Kiera Donavon. “We definitely held our own.”

By Nikki Roberts
Online Writer

Girls’ Soccer

Despite an unfortunate 1-0 loss 45 seconds before the final buzzer versus district rival Waubonsie Valley Wednesday night at home, girls’ soccer celebrated alongside girls’ softball to support the Smashing Walnuts foundation.

By Drew Danko
Online Editor

Boys’ Baseball

Mustangs defeated Aurora Christian 6-3, and Wheaton North twice out of the three series 2-1 and 6-5, but lost one game 16-2. Major players included Conner Lovely, Anthony Greco, and Joey Coryell. This week the Mustangs take on Yorkville, Waubonsie Valley, and Lake Park.

By Ashley Walker
Social Media Editor

Girls’ Badminton

Badminton celebrated its senior night Thursday in the auxiliary gym, versus Glenbard North.

By Drew Danko
Online Editor

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Weekly Sports Update: 4/18 – 4/23