Anna Fank scored shortly into overtime to give Wheaton Warrenville South’s girls soccer team a 2-1 win against Naperville Central on Monday.
The Tigers had knotted the score at 1-1 with 10 minutes remaining in regulation when Caroline Holmes found the back of the net off a pass from A.J. Jakuszewski.
WWS also defeated Minooka 2-0 Saturday as part of the PepsiCo Showdown. Two days earlier, the squad lost 1-0 against Warren.
The Falcons knocked off Marist 2-0 in the PepsiCo Showdown on Saturday.
Julia DellaTorre and Kate Lindsay scored goals as the Warriors beat Lane 2-0 as part of the PepsiCo Showdown on April 17.
Wheaton Academy then knocked off Young 3-1 Saturday as Gretchen Pearson had a goal and two assists.
Wheaton Warrenville South
Pitching has been the name of the game lately for the Tigers.
Wheaton Warrenville South defeated Wheaton North 5-0 Monday in DuPage Valley Conference action behind a one-hitter from Taylor Blair.
Two days earlier, the squad swept a doubleheader from Glenbard West after allowing just one run.
WWS took the opener 2-1 in 10 innings as Blair struck out eight in a complete-game effort. Maggie Graham had three hits, including a home run, and Anrianna Caldarone and Maya Keating each had two hits.
The squad then allowed just one hit in a 1-0 victory. Jenny Harkabus and Graham each had two hits and Hannah Croci drove in the lone run.
The Falcons dropped a doubleheader against Waubonsie Valley on Saturday by scores of 7-0 and 14-0, then lost 5-0 Monday against Wheaton Warrenville South.
The Wildcats defeated Streamwood 10-0 in six innings April 16 behind the pitching of Amy Goldsmith, who allowed just three hits.
On Monday, West Chicago lost 3-2 against Glenbard South.
The Spartans beat Rosary 2-1 in nine innings April 16. Janie Smith drove in Emma Davis for the winning run. Emma Chapman was the winning pitcher after coming on in relief of Maggie Remus.
The Warriors defeated Aurora Central Catholic 7-3 April 16.
The squad had 15 hits, including three by Angela Graff. Autumn Ratliff had a home run and two RBIs while Megan Herring, Michelle Ridderhoff and Gina Graff added two hits each. Hannah Bolds had a triple and two RBIs. Ridderhoff was the winning pitcher, striking out four in a complete-game effort.
On Monday, Wheaton Academy lost 9-2 against Rosary.
GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD
Wheaton Warrenville South
The Tigers captured Saturday’s Wheaton North Blue and Gold invite with 151 points.
South was dominant in the relays. The 4x100-meter team of Sabine Fahey, Jennifer Fiola, Jessica Winternheimer and Maggie Dansdill won with a meet-record time of 49.98, and the 4x200 quartet of Elona Snitko, Fiola, Winternheimer and Dansdill set a meet record with a winning time of 1:46.36.
The 4x800 relay team of Emma Dalan, Stephanie Gorski, Melinda Franke and Sara Atkins (9:48.60) and the 4x400 quartet of Fahey, Alexandra Enright, Snitko and Dalan (4:09.27) both won.
Jade Bagjas also came in first in the discus (103 feet) and Amy Smith won the pole vault (10 feet, 6 inches).
Lindsey Sayner captured the 3,200-meter title with a time of 12:09.88 the Glenbard South invite April 16.
As a team, the Wildcats came in fifth with 44 points.
Emma Fox was the runner-up in the triple jump, Kori King was third in long jump, Liz Carrillo was third in the 400 and Natalie Tucker placed fourth in the 100 hurdles.