Wheaton Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Wheaton, IL
  • 23 hrs ago | via Kane Co. Chronicle 

    Batavia baseball rolls in opener

    CAROL STREAM – Batavia smacked five extra-base hits in Monday's baseball season opener, a 6-2 victory against York at Wheaton College's Pfund Stadium. Winning pitcher Evan Acosta added a double among his 3 for 3 day.


  • Friday Mar 27 | via Daily Herald 

    West Aurora grad Spagnola off to fast start at Minne...

    Emma Spagnola, whose virtual smorgasbord of accomplishments while running track for West Aurora includes five program outdoor records and 16 DuPage Valley Conference titles, got off to a good start indoors for Minnesota. In her first collegiate meet, the Minnesota Open on Jan. 17, Spagnola ran a time of 8.64 in the 60-meter hurdles, just .06 off the Gophers' record.


  • Thursday Mar 26 | via Daily Herald 

    Benet hitters give Hayes breathing room

    Benet didn't want to waste a great pitching performance by senior left-hander Conor Hayes in Thursday's home opener. A 4-run first inning paved the way for a 5-1 victory over Wheaton North in Lisle.


  • Tuesday Mar 24 | via Daily Herald 

    Messa lets leadership show as St. Francis defeats Wh...

    Last season senior Jon Messa was the new varsity guy on the St. Francis boys volleyball team -- the lone non-senior in the starting rotation for a 33-6 team that reached the sectional semifinals. The YGS Group provides digital and printed reprint services for Daily Herald.


  • Tuesday Mar 24 | via Oswego Ledger-Sentinel 

    Accepting the challenge

    Despite returning a core group of players this season, the Oswego boys' basketball team was still relatively young with just one senior in its starting lineup. In addition, the Panthers were challenged by first-year head coach Matt Borrowman, who put together a very competitive schedule that included Oswego's return to York's Jack Tosh tournament as well as its own Hoops for Healing tournament and the Martin Luther King Tournament at Wheaton Warrenville South.


  • Monday Mar 23 | via Daily Herald 

    Images:Basketball finals, and visions of Spring sports

    Geneva's Daniel Santacaterina ,left, celebrates with teammate Nate Navigato ,right, as others hoist their Class 4A supersectional plaque in DeKalb Tuesday. Stevenson's Matt Johnson holds the supersectional trophy with his teammates after beating Riverside-Brookfield in the Class 4A boys basketball supersectional at Chicago State University Tuesday.


  • Friday Mar 20 | via Daily Herald 

    Wheaton North runs away from the pack

    It was not a surprise to see Wheaton North standout Bradley Dowell cruise to the 800-meter title at Friday's DuPage Valley Conference boys indoor track meet, but the battle for second was indeed somewhat of a surprise. While Dowell was blazing his way to a 2:01.72 winning time, a tight battle for second place saw runners from Naperville Central, Glenbard North and Wheaton Warrenville South packed together near the front headed into the final lap.


  • Thursday Mar 19 | via Daily Herald 

    Tri-Cities area baseball previews

    Last year: 19-16, lost in Class 3A regional semifinals. Top returnees: Matt Rahn, sr., P/OF; Chris Saltijeral, sr., SS; Michael Bieterman, so., C; John Belskis, so., 2B: Jared Smith, sr., 3B; Brandon Babler, sr., OF: Ryan Poplawski, jr., 1B; Chris Nilo, sr., 3B.


  • Tuesday Mar 17 | via Daily Herald 

    Wheaton North, Metea Valley draw up a good start

    Wheaton North and Metea Valley squared off on the windswept pitch at Metea Valley and played to a 1-1 draw that left both girls soccer teams feeling relatively optimistic about their chances in 2015. Coming off a trip to the sectional final in 2014, Metea Valley has high expectations, and with forward Lexi Pelafas in the mix, Wheaton North figures to be competitive in the DuPage Valley Conference.


Wheaton High Schools

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