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Congratulations to senior Annika Bynum, 2021 State Champion High Jumper!! 


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5/16/21 Summer Sports Update

BASEBALL

The Blue Devils swept Waukegan on Monday and Tuesday 11-0 and 10-0.  Jeremy Walton and Ryan Risch led the way on Monday each hitting a double and a triple.  On Tuesday, Nick Palazzolo threw a complete game shut out for the win.  On Wednesday, they defeated Lake Forest 8-3.  Kendall Lyons went 2-4 with a double and also was the winning pitcher.  On Friday, they tied Carmel 6-6 after 10 innings.  Anthony Font was 3-5 and Albert Jaquez was 2-4 with a double.  The Blue Devils are 13-5-1 on the season.  This week they take Mundelein on Monday and Tuesday, Grant on Thursday, and Stevenson on Friday.  On Saturday, they have a double header against Grayslake North.

BOYS LACROSSE

Boys lacrosse Varsity improved to 5-1 with their victory over Carmel and JV improved to 4-2 on the season with their victory over McHenry. This week will be a challenging one with four games. We play St. Viator on Monday, Lake Zurich Wednesday, Loyola Thursday, and Vernon Hills Saturday.

GIRLS LACROSSE

The girls lacrosse team has three road games thisweek.  They are at Lake Forest Academy on Tuesday, Lake Zurich on Wednesday, and Highland Park on Thursday.

GIRLS SOCCER

Warren defeated Mundelein 2-0.  Ella Skelton and Samantha Pullins both scored for the Devils.  Trish Georgiou had 2 saves.  Next, they defeated Lake Forest 3-0.  Ella Skelton, Samantha Pullins, and Katelyn Crowson all scored for Warren.  Myka Smith had 3 saves.  Lastley, they beat Carmel 7-2.  Ella Skelton had three goals, Katelyn Crowson scored two goals, Emma Paraskos and Samantha Pullins each scored as well.  Warren’s record now stands at 9-1-3 and 2-1 in the NSC.  This week they play Zion on Tuesday and Lake Zurich on Thursday.

 

SOFTBALL

It was a busy week for Blue Devil softball.  On Monday, they defeated Lake Forest 18-2.  On Tuesday, they took it to Zion 18-5.  Wednesday, they lost to Antioch 13-7.  Thursday produced a nice win over Carmel 11-3.  On Saturday, they lost to McHenry 4-1.  This week they play Lake Zurich on Monday, Stevenson on Tuesday, Grayslake North on Wednesday, and they have the Marengo Invite on Saturday.

BOYS TENNIS

Another strong week for the Boys tennis program. The week started with the JV team defeating Vernon Hills 5-3 and the Varsity team drawing even with VH 4-4 with a tremendous victory by Freshman Brandon Paasch, winning 15-13 in an epic third set tiebreak to keep the Blue Devils in the meet. A program sweep of Mundelein on Wednesday was followed by a solid effort by the JV 2 team vs. Glenbrook South. The weekend featured the varsity team going 3-1 and securing the consolation championship at the Palatine Team Invite. The varsity team avenged a loss to Lockport a week ago by crushing Lockport 4 matches to 0. Seniors Brian Cacioppo and Jacob Scheffler's win at 2 doubles helped clinch the win. The Blue Devils are back in action this week with weekday away meets at Wauconda and Zion Benton and a JV2 match at home vs. Grayslake Central round out the duals. The weekend features the varsity hosting Palatine, Maine South, and Cary Grove and the JV travel to Palatine.

BOYS TRACK & FIELD

The boys had a busy week of track and field.  On Monday, we ran at Lake Zurich.  Varsity beat Zion, but came up a few points short against Lake Zurich.  The frosh/soph team beat both teams.  On Friday, both Varsity and frosh/soph ran in the Mustang Invite at Rolling Meadows High school.  The highlight from the meet was a first place finish by our 4x100 meter relay team (Aaron Ayobami, Cassius Callahan, Jailen Duffie, and Maurice Edwards) with a time of 43.77 which is the 9th fastest time in school history.  On Saturday, we ran at Deerfield against 18 teams, with the varsity finishing in 5th place overall, and the frosh/soph taking 9th overall.  Senior Griffin Pasha broke the meet record and ran the 2nd fastest time in school history in the 800m run with a time of 1:55.88.  This is the 6th fastest time currently in the state of Illinois.  Other strong performances came from Luke Wiley who finished second in the mile with a time of 4:17 (4th Fastest time in school history), the 4x100 relay easily winning, and Jailen Duffie taking 2nd in the 200m dash with a time of 22.99 (9th fastest time in school history).  This week we are at home on Monday against Lake Forest and Waukegan to close out our conference dual meet schedule, and on Saturday, we return to Deerfield HS for the Lake County Invitational.

 

GIRLS TRACK & FIELD

Congratulations to our new school record holder, Alyla Ditiangkin!!!! Alyla broke the school record in the 100 hurdles with a time of 15.40!!! Way to go Alyla.

5/10- Tri Meet/Lake Zurich/Zion-Benton/Warren  We had our senior night to honor our 10 seniors who are graduating as the class of 2021! It was special and momentous way to start off the meet. We would like to thank our 10 seniors and their families for all the sacrifices, dedication and support they have given us over the past few years. We lost a close battle to Zion-Benton in the meet on the Varsity level, with Lake Zurich pulling away from both teams and winning the meet down the stretch. Annika Bynum came out strong and won the High Jump for the Blue Devils with a height of 5'6. Kayleigh Glickley took 2nd in the long jump with a jump of 15'9. The 4 x 100 took first place! Adding up our win total in that event this season. Our 4 x 800 and Distance squad in general ran strong against a very tough Lake Zurich distance team. Nikkia Harrison and Mia Pasha placed 4th and 5th in the 800 meter run. Mia also placed 3rd in the 1600 meter run. 4 x 200 relay placed 2nd in the meet. Our Freshman class continues to represent us very well, with too many to name, on both levels!!  Shout out to our 4 x 100 squad of Katelyn Moran, Bree Ghering, Lena Groth, and Anastasija Grazdanovska. These 4 Blue Devils competed in their first 4 x 100 meter race ever and competed strong. Nice job!

5/14-D117 Girls Invitational  Your Blue Devils placed 4th out of 14 teams!!! Missing 3rd by just 3 points!. With some strong performances individually all around and with a few key athletes missing for rest and recovery, the end of the season is looking excellent for the Girls Track & Field Team. Kayleigh wins the open 200 right down to the wire!! Alyla Ditiangkin continues to dominate in the hurdles, placing 1st in the 100 hurdles and 2nd in the 300 hurdles. Ama Baffoe runs a personal best in the 300 hurdles with a 1:00.88! Mia Pasha and Taylor Latza place 4th and 6th in the 3200 to score some great points! Our 4 x 100 places 5th! Fatime Naveed continues to run strong in the 400 meter dash since her first varsity invite a few weeks ago. Natalia Vondracek, Serena Bentum-Siripi and Katie Wiklund were welcome additions to the varsity squad, as they help the 4 x 200 place 6th for points! Carolina Martinez, Faith Gaston, and Izabella Wittwer do the same in the 4 x 100 (representing a strong freshman class). Izabella Smith continues to push her limits and set Personal Bests in both Shot and Discuss for the 2nd straight invite in a row!  Annika Bynum ties the meet record and wins the High Jump with a jump of 5'4; looking strong going into county!  Special Shout out to Izabella Alcivar and Payton Abraham in the Pole Vault. These two have been practicing their technique and craft with Pole Vault for weeks and hours, spending almost every minute of practice trying to get better on their own. It paid off, as they both placed in the meet and cleared starting height for the first time in their careers. Payton vaults 6'6 and Izabella vaulted 7'0. An amazing and much deserved accomplishment!!!  This week, they are at Lake Forest on Monday and Thursday is the Lake County meet.

BOYS VOLLEYBALL

 Varsity volleyball team went 3 – 1 this week, and still undefeated in Conference with a 4-0 record!  They have three NSC matches left againstMundelein, Lake Forest, and Libertyville. JV went 2 – 1 this week, Frosh/Soph – 1 – 2, and FB – 1 – 1.  This week, they play Lakes, Mundelein, and Grant.

BOYS WATER POLO

 This week was an excellent week for Warren Water Polo! Both JV and Varsity levels won at the senior night game against Lake Forest! Varsity won 21-8 and JV won 6-5. Senior Jarrett Lobitz had 9 goals. At our JV conference tourney over the weekend our JV team beat both Mundelein and Lake Forest in overtime with Sophomore Ivan Morales scoring 10 goals on Friday night. As a team the Varsity ended their season with a 4-11 record. The JV ended the season with a 7-17 record. On Thursday, Varsity will play their first ever non-play-in sectional game against Libertyville Thursday!

 

GIRLS WATER POLO

The girls JV and varsity lost both of their games this week and the girls JV didn't win any games at their JV conference but had some great improvements.  The varsity team plays a first round Sectional game vs. Lake Forest on Wednesday.  They are seeded 5th,  their highest rank ever.

WRESTLING

Warren wrestled well but lost to Stevenson this past Friday evening. Sean Stichauf, Giannmarco Beltran, and Nevan Mitrovic wrestled well for the Blue Devils. Zach Piszkiewicz and Zach Sutor grappled very tough opponents and showed signs they are shaking off some of that VERY LONG OFF SEASON dust. Zach Dabney and Reyes Gonzales recorded wins for the Blue Devils with Gonzales scoring a pin over an opponent he has struggled against in the past!  The lower levels had some highlights as well. Janis Lund found her first victory as a first year sophomore in a Blue Devil singlet. Jeremija Hixson and Joey DeVries each had two matches and recorded two pins. The entire frosh team are improving drastically and are gaining valuable experience they would not be given a chance to take advantage from during an ordinary season. Keep up the great work!  This coming Friday your senior grapplers Zach Dabney and Nate Kowalke-Reinwald will wrestle at home for the final time! I would like to congratulate both on outstanding careers! Dabney will be taking his wrestling talents to the next level as he is signed to wrestle for the Polar Bears of Northern Ohio next season!

 

   
 

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