Girls’ Track By Connor Smith
This past Saturday, both the varsity and junior varsity girls participated in the Pete Heimsath invitational at Batavia High School, along with seven other schools in the Chicagoland area. Success was seen from both levels, and they will look to keep up the momentum as they will participate in a meet with Waubonsie Valley this Saturday at Oswego.

Boys’ Track By Connor Smith
This past Thursday, both the varsity and junior varsity teams participated in the Plainfield East Quad with Neuqua Valley and St. Rita High School of Chicago at Plainfield East. On Saturday, members of the varsity team traveled to Purdue University in Indiana to participate in the West Lafayette individuals invite. Some individual highlights included senior Alonzo-Taylor Jones breaking the record for the varsity indoor 200 with a time of 23.31 seconds, and freshman Virgil Steward setting a new record for the F/S 200 with a time of 23.94 seconds. Both teams have a meet this Friday at Wheaton North High School.

Boys’ Water Polo By Sameen Ali
Boys’ water polo held their tryouts last week, and have their first game on Monday.

Girls’ Water Polo By Kellie Foy
Girls’ water polo started its season this past week. Their first game is Monday, March 6 at Hinsdale South. They also have a game Wednesday, March 8 at Lincoln-Way West. They have the Naperville Quad tournament on Friday and Saturday at home.

Girls’ Lacrosse By Kellie Foy
This past week, girls lacrosse started its season. The teams have their first games next week at home.

Baseball By Sameen Ali
The baseball program held their tryouts last week.

Badminton By Kellie Foy
Girls’ badminton held its tryouts, and kicked off the start of its season this past week for the girls’ badminton teams. The teams have their first games towards the end of next week.

 

Author: Metea Media

Metea Media is the official student-run online news site of Metea Valley High School.

13 COMMENTS

  1. Sameen with the good updates, much appreciated for those quality segments on Boy’s Water Polo and Baseball. And to think he used an average of under 12 words for each sport, all I can say is perfect coverage.

  2. why was there no article on swimming for sectionals and state but one for conference and very little said about guys polo but a lot for girls?

  3. Why was I cut from tennis? I had a 4-0 record but everyone I played lied about the score and said that I was actually 0-4. The people I beat got in but I didn’t. The selection process is rigged and must be fixed if Metea wants to be even remotely close to good in tennis. P.S. Country Music is Trash

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