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9/12/21 Fall Sports Update


Boys’ Cross Country crushed Stevenson on Wednesday. They beat them 15-48. The boys took places 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11. Remember that the lowest score wins in cross country – and taking places 1-5 = 15 points, a perfect score!  The JV and Frosh/Soph boys took that momentum into Saturday’s race at Wauconda and were able to come away with some solid races. A team comprised of mostly JV runners took 4th place in the Varsity race! The boys placed 6th in the Frosh/Soph race and 4th in the Open race. Some stand out performances were by Fahim Rafi taking 10th in the varsity, Jesse Kowalski taking 23rd in the Frosh/Soph and Ryan Sundberg taking 17th in the Open race.  The main Varsity lineup will make their season debut at the Blue Devil Invite on Saturday. Races start at 9am at O'Plaine. Come for the races, stay for DJ Lonigro and the shaved ice!


9/8 Dual Meet Vs. Stevenson

The first home meet of the Girls Cross Country Season did not disappoint. The Blue Devils put up a great fight again Stevenson High School. What's very impressive is that everyone who ran that day ran a season or lifetime personal best! This includes Kylie Florance, Kiran Bhalla, Michela Schenk, Jiselle Cochon, Alexandra Borland, Isabella Gibbs, Reyna Hill, Athlete of the Week-Dara Santin-Zendejas, Joselyn Schenk, Justyce Sieber, Olivia Suarez, and Lia Tondeva. Congratulations to all who ran a personal best! Way to race!

9/11 Wauconda Invitational

The Girls Cross Country Team ran at their first Saturday invite this past weekend. The Blue Devils took 5th place in the Varsity race, and 2nd overall in the Girls Frosh/Soph. All athletes who competed placed in the top 70 of the race, earning them all awards for the day.

Congratulations to Mia Pasha for getting 2nd place in the Varsity Race. Mia ran an incredibly smart race that put her in the best position to hang on to 2nd place. Morgan Vawter earned a medal with a 17th place finish and Carolyn Whalen came in 24th to round out the medalist. On the Frosh/Soph, the Blue Devils went 1-2-3 in the race, with Victoria Higgins taking 1st, Emma Leung taking 2nd, and Grace Wiser with a 3rd place finish. Madi Tyler and Justyce Sieber rounded out the top 5 to get us the 2nd place plaque.

The Girls Cross Country Team is looking forward to showing what they are made of at the Bill Dawson Invitational next weekend.


Blue Devil football trounced Zion 56-0.  Aidan Lucero led the way offensively with 4 touchdown passes.  Maurice Edwards ran for 118 yards on only 9 carries.  He also scored 2 touchdowns.  Jaylin Williams had two pass receptions for 75 yards and two touchdowns. The defense was also incredible giving up only 34 yards total!  It was a great effort by the entire team.  On Friday, the Devils have a NSC showdown at Lake Zurich.


The Varsity Boys golf team defeated Waukegan at home 173-224 on Wednesday. Vaughn Hartnig had the top score with a 41. On Thursday ,the Devils lost to Mundelein at Steeplechase 156 -162. Nick Steinhilber led the way with an even-par 36. This is the best 9 hole score for the Blue Devils this season. This week the Blue Devils play Lake Forest Academy on Monday and Lake Forest Tuesday.


  • Varsity defeated Carmel (187-196).
    • Top scorers: Alaina Goeden 43, Gracie Haupt 46, Jordan Dodd 47, and Ally Badgley 51. Josie Leibfried and Anika Youngman also competed.
      • JV was led by Olivia Pas 51, Madi Byrne 62, Peyton Abraham 67, and Camila Currea 71. Elinor Hanner and Daniella Alba also competed.
  • Varsity defeated Mundelein (197-204).
    • Top scorers: Alaina Goeden 46, Gracie Haupt 48, Ally Badgley 51, and Jordan Dodd 52. Olivia Pas and Josie Leibfried also competed.
      • JV also won! Top scorers in the 7-hole match were: Mia Cosnotti 35, Sophia Pas 37, Anika Youngman 39, and Alexis Ehlebracht 43. Emily Meyers and Dede Colon also competed.
  • Varsity competed in the 42nd annual Waukegan Invite on 9/11. Team shot 383. Top scorers- Alaina Goeden 90, Kylee Wiltse 95, Gracie Haupt 96, Sophia Pas 102. Jordan Dodd also competed.
  • Congratulations to this week’s Warren Way Athlete of the Week, Ally Badgley. She received four nominations. We recognize Ally for her superior sportsmanship and commitment to being a team player. Her teammates said, “Ally is so encouraging and kind to others around her. She is a hard worker and I enjoy playing with her.” “When the team is down she always makes everyone feel confident and happy again.” “Ally is constantly helping teammates whether it is giving them advice on how to improve their swing or shot or just helping them with rules/etiquette of the course.” Thanks, Ally for making a positive impact on our team and for all you do to help make Warren Golf an enjoyable experience.
  • The team hosts Libertyville on Monday, travels to Lake Forest on Tuesday, hosts Wauconda on Thursday and an 18-hole JV Invite at Bittersweet on Saturday.



Blue Devil soccer shut out Lakes 3-0 on Tuesday.  Cael Harris scored a goal with the assist by Lucas Ahonen.  Miguel Rodriguez scored a goal assisted by Alexis Medina.  Emilo Mancera also scored for Warren. Justin Uribe had 3 saves and George McAtee 1 save at goalie.  The conference season began on Thursday with a trip to Zion to take on the Zee-Bees.  The Devils won a close one 2-1.   Matt Paraskos scored first on a penalty kick.  Tommy Desanto scored with an assist by Ryan Stanciak.  George McAtee had 6 saves.  On Saturday, Warren defeated Wauconda 4-2.  Miguel Rodriguez, Cael Harris, Emilio Mancera, and Braden Lechner all scored for the Devils.  George McAtee had 6 saves!  Warren plays at home on Tuesday and Thursday against Lake Zurich and Grayslake Central respectively.



The girls swim and dive team faced Libertyville this week. The girls dove and swam amazing! JV came out on top winning 100-86. Girls placed in the top 2 finished in all but 2 events. Senior Faith Cabalfin finished first in 100 butterfly and 100 breaststroke. Junior Sophia Edgar finished first in the 200 individual medley and 2nd in the 100 breaststroke. Freshman Mia Mann killed it in the 100 backstroke finishing 4 seconds ahead of all the other swimmers placing 1st. Varsity had an outstanding meet as well. It came down to the 400 free style relay as the team were tied. Unfortunately, Libertyville caught us in the end, but the girls fought to the very end. Varsity placed in the top three in all the events. In the 200 Individual Medley we went 1,2,3 with Senior Grace Bevers finishing on top, first place. Freshman Elin Ackron and Anna Bevers finishing second and third place. Senior Chloe Yoder finishing 2nd in both the 200 Freestyle and 100 Freestyle. Seniors Grace Bevers and Hailey Benoit finished 1st and 3rd in the 100 backstroke. Overall, the girls had an amazing meet. JV traveled to Buffalo Grove High School for an invite. Freshman Divers Evy Haggerty and Alayna McCormick dove amazing. Alayna placed 10th overall and Evy placed 7th overall. Freshman Peyton Riechert had an amazing meet. She finished first in her heats in both the 150 freestyle and 50 butterfly. All the girls had amazing time drops for it being the beginning of the season. This week we gear up for Stevenson at our first home meet of the season. Come cheer on your Blue Devils!



Varsity improved their dual meet record to 8-0 with sweeps at every position over Lakes and Zion-Benton! On Saturday we performed well at the Buffalo Grove Invite with strong performances by singles players Anastasia Radovic and Peyton Mueller. #1 Doubles teams of Shannon Mahoney and Jaya Ganapathi continue to play well and #2 doubles Kaija Johnson and Elizabeth Payson took home a championship 1st place medal at the Buffalo Grove invite. JV had another strong week going 5-0 in dual meets with wins over Lakes, Zion, Grayslake Central, Grayslake North, and Carmel.  This week, the Devils host Carmel on Monday, play at Lake Zurich on Tuesday, and play Stevenson at Warren on Friday.


Varsity – Won both matches this week against Antioch and Zion. Overall record is 9 – 7, and 1 – 0 in conference. This upcoming week will be busy week for the varsity team with a conference match against Lake Zurich and then playing at Glenbard West Tournament on Friday and Saturday.

JV - JV got an exciting 3-set victory against Antioch this week, after losing to them in a quad the previous week. The team played great defense and worked together all 3 sets to secure their win.

Sophomores – Sophomores went 1 – 1 this week. Winning the conference match against Zion.

Freshman A - Freshman A have had an exciting week! Had our first 2 wins of the season, one was our first conference win. Played in our first Saturday tournament and went 1-3. The girls are learning a lot about their positions and getting better with each game!

Freshman B – Freshman B continues their win streak with wins against Antioch and Zion this week.  This week Warren travels to Lake Zurich on Wednesday and compete in the Glenbard West Invite over the weekend.


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