SOUTH HIGH TO CLOSE DURING POWER WORK 7/21--7/28/17

7/18/17

Good afternoon:

 

Please be reminded that DGS will be closed from Friday, July 21st--Friday, July 28th due to necessary power upgrades in the building.

 

There will be no building access during this week.

 

Our main office is being relocated to the District Offices at 6301 Springside Ave. directly north of the stadium.  If you need to drop off physicals, we will maintain normal business hours there (7am-4pm) M-TH. of that week. 

 

If you have any specific questions, you may call or e-mail the Athletic Office.  We will have access to those systems while we are out.  630-795-8517 or lwivinis@csd99.org.

 

Thank you for your flexibility while we work through this necessary construction.

 

-Randy Konstans

7/28/2017 7:24 PM

FALL SPORT REGISTRATION 2017 NOW OPEN in 8 to 18

Fall sport registration is now open on 8to18.  Click here to begin registration.  Scroll down and click the link under "Resources" in the left margin for all start up information (dates, times, locations, equipment needs, etc.) for all fall sports.  Remember that all athletes are required to have a valid physical on file in the AD office in order to tryout/practice.  Call the Athletic Office if you have any questions at 630-795-8517. Good luck this season!

 

 

8/10/2017 7:09 PM

Mustangs Update

Event Details

  • April 18th, 2017

  • 4:45 PM

  • SOCCER

  • Varsity

  • Girl

  • Game

  • Away

  • MORTON

  • MORTON

  • 3:35 PM

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Game Summary

MUSTANGS

1

Vs.

MORTON

0

SOCCER ENDS SKID AGAINST MORTON

BERWYN – The days of strong defense being unrewarded finally ended for Downers Grove South’s girls soccer team.

Sophomore Paige Reichert’s goal with 15:36 to play produced a 1-0 win for the Mustangs on April 18, potentially triggering a series of 2017 breakthroughs.

“That’s our first goal, and our first win,” Downers South coach Chris Hernandez said. “It’s a transition year for us. We lost nine starters from last year and have a lot of players new to positions who have had to step up and learn a role. 

“We had seven sophomores and a freshman play more than half the game. For us, it’s about learning.”

After being denied on quality first-half chances for Lauren Travis, Gina Gonzalez, Jill Paladino, Lauren Victorin and Vivian Pierropoulos, the Mustangs (1-6-2) defied a strong second-half wind in their face to go up 1-0. Reichert ran down an upfield pass from defender Jen Masello and lined a low 15-yard shot into the net, ending the long scoring drought.

“At first I thought it was offsides,” Reichert said, “but I just kept playing through, got to the end of [the pass] and ended up scoring.

“We’re really young at the forwards [three sophomores], so we’re still getting the whole idea of our formations. It’s coming. We finally scored a goal and got over that hump, so we’re going to keep going and hopefully score a lot more.”

Opponents have scored just six goals against DGS this spring, and Morton was unable to add to that total. Click here to read the full story in MysuburbanLife