Wheaton Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Wheaton, IL
  • 14 hrs ago | via Chicago Sun-Times 

    Looking at the best NFL draft prospects from the Chi...

    Like every year, the Chicago area is about to send several players into the NFL. Here's a look at some of the best in this year's draft and their projections: TE E.J. Bibbs College: Iowa State High School: Bogan Pro potential: The son of two Cook County Sheriff's deputies, Bibbs was a prized junior college player, who later excelled at Iowa State.


  • Wednesday Apr 22 | via Daily Herald 

    Glenbard North remains perfect in DVC

    The Panthers stayed unbeaten in the DuPage Valley Conference by scoring the winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning. Zach Heck went 3-for-3.


  • Wednesday Apr 22 | via Kane Co. Chronicle 

    Prep roundup: Radel, Heise respond to challenge to l...

    AURORA – After both Jake Radel and Foster Heise made fielding errors in the second inning of Wednesday's game against Marmion, St. Francis baseball coach Nick Hall went to the mound to talk with his team, but more specifically those two Spartans. “I challenged both of them,” Hall said.


  • Tuesday Apr 21 | via Daily Herald 

    Glenbard North improves as match progresses

    The Panthers rode the front-line production of Scott Schlacks, Brandon Gorzela and Clay Dombrowski on the match with 9, 9 and 6 kills on the night, respectively. Setter Trent Weber turned in a versatile stat line of his own with 3 kills, 22 assists and 5 digs.


  • Monday Apr 20 | via Daily Herald 

    Wheaton North savors victory against Naperville Central

    Thursday night's 1-0 victory by the Wheaton North girls soccer team over host Naperville Central is another example of what kind of season it has been for the Falcons. It was the first win by the Falcons over the Redhawks since 2006, the season Wheaton North finished third in state.


  • Monday Apr 20 | via Daily Herald 

    Neuqua Valley blows past Wheaton North

    There were some adjustments that had to be made, but the Neuqua Valley boys tennis team braved the terrible weather to earn a victory. The Wildcats, playing only their second dual match of the year on Wednesday thanks to several rain and snow cancellations, remained undefeated after shutting out visiting Wheaton North 9-0 "It was the worst possible tennis weather," said Neuqua Valley coach Trudy Bennorth.


  • Monday Apr 20 | via Daily Herald 

    Lake Park looking good again

    As Lake Park boys track coach Jay Ivory wrote in his weekly newsletter, things are looking up for the Lancers. Discus thrower Mike Prestigiacomo had people looking up and far away Saturday at Downers Grove South's Bud Mohns Invitational.


  • Friday Apr 17 | via Daily Herald 

    Winkleman hit in seventh inning drops Montini

    With the way this softball game was going, it only made sense that it came down to a 3-2 pitch with the bases loaded and two outs in the bottom of the seventh. With two strong teams -- with a combined record of 21-2 -- battling in a 1-1 contest, Montini senior pitcher Lauren Trojnar needed to be on target with her 3-2 offering to St. Francis freshman Shelby Winkleman on Friday afternoon.


  • Thursday Apr 16 | via Kane Co. Chronicle 

    Prep Roundup: Kaneland softball rallies past Sycamore

    The two offenses went back and fourth in the final innings before the Knights got enough cushion in the eighth inning of a 10-6 win Thursday against the Spartans. The Knights had nine of their 12 hits and all 10 runs in the final three innings.


  • Wednesday Apr 15 | via Daily Herald 

    Heyman, Glenbard East get out of jam

    With the bases loaded two outs and a run in for the Mustangs , Glenbard East starting and winning pitcher Jake Heyman coaxed a groundout to pull out the Upstate Eight Valley victory. Joey Moore went 3-for-3 with 2 runs scored while Michael Sebby and Bryan Andrews each had 2 hits.


  • Tuesday Apr 14 | via Daily Herald 

    Seidler's pitching, hitting key West Chicago win

    Complete-game winning pitcher Peyton Seidler also went 2-for-3 for the victorious Wildcats in the Upstate Eight River. Jared Smothers went 3-for-3 while Connor Dall had 2 hits.


  • Saturday Apr 11 | via Daily Herald 

    Girls soccer: Fox Valley roundup

    South Elgin 3, Wheaton Warrenville South 2: Knotted 1-1 at the half, South Elgin scored twice in the second half for a PepsiCo Showdown win. Delaney Kelleher, Weronika Noyszewski and Alyssa Shipon all tallied goals while Jourdan Valkner made 2 saves in net.


Wheaton High Schools

Wheaton North High School (One Falcon Way)
Wheaton Warrenville South High School (1993 Tiger Trail Road)