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Tiger Athletics Round-Up

Girls' Volleyball

Under the leadership of coaches Marcelina Tokarczyk, Qiana Young and Thomas Raehl, the Girls' Volleyball program continues to grow, fielding three teams this season: Varsity, JV-A and JV-B.

The Lady Tigers' Varsity record stands at 12-5 overall, 6-2 in the Chicago Prep Conference. Varsity season highlights include defeating Josephinum on homecourt on September 18 by scores of 25-9, 25-10. Players of the game were seniors Rachel Asante (7 kills), Star Brooks (11 service points, 5 aces), Evelyn Padilla (12 service points, 7 aces) and Karol Gonzalez (10 set assists).

On September 25, HT defeated Our Lady of Tepeyac by final scores of 25-15, 25-9. HT was led by seniors Star Brooks (4 kills, 3 aces), Cece Gardner (4 kills, 6 aces), Rachel Asante (4 kills) and Evelyn Padilla (9 set assists, 4 kills, 2 aces).

Coming up, the Varsity and JV-A teams will head to the Chicago Prep Conference playoffs October 15-18. The Illinois High School Association's State 2A Regional Playoffs will be held October 22-25.

Boys' Soccer

With head coach Ray Kang and assistant coach Larry Martin continuing to lead the Boys' Soccer program, this year's Varsity team record stands at 5-9-1 overall, 5-4-1 in the Chicago Prep Conference.

Coming up, the Tigers will play in the IHSA 1A Regionals on Wednesday, October 10, 4 p.m. vs at Francis Parker.

Cross Country

Veteran Coach Stephen Gladden has welcomed some new faces to the Tiger program for the fall of 2018. They include Ryan Sarau-Young '21, Ziwei (Jerry) Pan '22, Arianna Nelson '21 and Kassandra Morales '21. The group is participating in several meets through September and October prior to the anticipated Chicago Prep Conference meet tentatively set for Monday, Oct. 8. The IHSA state 1A regionals will take place Oct. 20.

Flag Football

Coach Greg Westerhause is coaching HT's coed flag football squad. The team participates in the Chicagoland Prep league, competing against the likes of Northtown Charter, Providence/St. Mel, St. Patrick High and Oak Park High.