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  • Awards Night Awards night for the entire program will be Monday June 9th at 7 PM in the Auditorium.
    Posted Jun 8, 2014, 3:09 PM by Aaron Press
  • Article from Senior Night By Darryl Mellema You always know a match is important when the mascot shows up – and there was a costumed Tiger on the sidelines prior to Wheaton-Warrenville South’s regular season finale against West Aurora. The Tuesday match was also the hosts’ Senior Night and pregame ceremonies honored the five seniors on the squad – Abbey Fuster, Caroline Holmes, Courtney Christensen, Marina Tolczyk and Alex Immekus. “You want to have the best campaign you can have,” Wheaton-Warrenville South coach Guy Callipari said. “You want them to be able to walk away and know that the campaign that they led was a positive one – and they did everything they could to make that happen.” Those seniors and the rest of ...
    Posted May 19, 2014, 8:50 AM by Aaron Press
  • Tiger Soccer at Prom
    Posted May 11, 2014, 12:40 PM by Aaron Press
  • Article from Naperville North DVC Game By Darryl Mellema No question about it – Naperville North is a very good girls soccer team, and for portions of Tuesday's match with Wheaton-Warrenville South, the Huskies looked likely to swamp their visitors. But it's a mark of how far the Tigers have come this year that they weathered most of those storms. Yes, Naperville North benefitted from an Abbie Boswell goal in each half, but Wheaton-Warrenville South had its chances too.  Ultimately, however, Naperville North claimed a 2-0 victory that puts it into pole position to claim the DuPage Valley Conference title.  “I told the team that I thought it was perhaps the best that they have played this year,” Wheaton-Warrenville South ...
    Posted May 9, 2014, 10:27 AM by Aaron Press
  • "Voice of the Tigers" Peter Kania By Darryl Mellema Wheaton-Warrenville South fans have come to appreciate the work Pete Kania does as the “Voice of the Tigers” soccer program for the past three seasons. But what makes Kania's work even better is that fans of opposing teams can't find much to quibble with Kania's work announcing Tigers boys and girls matches. Now consider that Kania is a high school senior and the quality of his work becomes even more special. In an era when many stadium announcers delve into ridiculous showmanship or extreme hometown partisanship, Kania shows how to announce for the home team and appreciate the away team as well. “He's very talented,” Wheaton-Warrenville South coach Guy Callipari said ...
    Posted May 5, 2014, 5:02 PM by Aaron Press
  • Article from 4-0 Loss to Lyons Township In a spring where poor weather has been the norm rather than the exception, the conditions for Thursday's Naperville Invitational contest between Lyons Township and Wheaton-Warrenville South set a new low. Cold, windy, rainy – the setting for a match at Red Grange Field was hardly ideal. Then the visiting Lions emerbged from a 0-0 halftime, scored four goals and left the Tigers 0-3 in the tournament following a 4-0 victory. For 40 minutes, the Tigers stayed with Lyons, and could have taken a seventh-minute lead when Alexis Jakuszewski sent a leading pass to Erin Madigan, who dragged a rolling shot just wide of the right post. While Lyons had an edge in possession through ...
    Posted May 4, 2014, 4:23 PM by Aaron Press
  • Article from Varsity 6-1 Win vs. Lake Park By Darryl Mellema In the midst of a brutal stretch of matches, the goal entering Wheaton-Warrenville South’s Monday encounter with Lake Park was to not make the match any more of a chore than it needed to be. By scoring two goals in the opening 10 minutes and by taking a 4-0 lead by the midpoint of the first half, the Tigers more than reached that goal, ultimately taking a 6-1 DuPage Valley Conference victory in the first of four matches scheduled this week. “I’m excited that we did get the early goal and got two by the 10-minute mark,” Wheaton-Warrenville South coach Guy Callipari said. “When were at four, I thought the ...
    Posted Apr 30, 2014, 10:00 AM by Aaron Press
  • PepsiCo Showdown Lynn and Scott Magnesen Community Service Award Winners Tiger Soccer Proud! The Wheaton Warrenville South Girls soccer team returns from Toyota Park as winners of the PepsiCo Showdown Lynn and Scott Magnesen Community Service Award. These Girls Rock for a good cause....not surprised! Well done Abbey Fuster for putting the video together.The Tradition Conditions....CLICK HERE for Video Link
    Posted Apr 28, 2014, 2:50 PM by Aaron Press
  • Article from Naperville Central Overtime Thriller By Darryl Mellema The word “will” kept coming up after Monday’s thrilling Wheaton-Warrenville South victory over Naperville Central. That word had been one of the focal points of Tigers coach Guy Callipari’s pregame team talk. The way the 81 minutes of play unfolded, the team needed every ounce of “will” it could muster. Ultimately, the force of Wheaton-Warrenville South’s will paid off 18 seconds into the first sudden death overtime when Anna Fank moved past a defender, drove the ball into the net, then turned to meet her onrushing teammates in a happy huddle in the center of Red Grange Field. “The whole game, that defender was grabbing and our coaches just told me I ...
    Posted Apr 22, 2014, 12:02 PM by Aaron Press
  • Pepsico Round 2 Varsity Soccer will play at Loyola Academy on Tuesday night (4-15-14) at 5 PM in the second round of the Pepsico Showdown.
    Posted Apr 14, 2014, 7:10 AM by Aaron Press
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