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


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


-Randy Konstans

7/28/2017 7:24 PM


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

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Game Summary






Baseball rallies to beat Willowbrook


You could sense Downers Grove South's frustration after coming away empty-handed from a bases-loaded, nobody out situation in the first inning of Tuesday's baseball game against Willowbrook.

The Mustangs made sure it didn't happen again.

They loaded the bases in each of the last three innings, and scored each time while rallying for an 11-4 West Suburban Gold victory over the visiting Warriors.

Downers South (23-8, 13-3) trailed 4-3 heading to the bottom of the sixth before exploding for 8 runs behind Brett Riegler's 2-run single and Alex Hanek's grand slam. Mustangs starting pitcher Cameron Crowley, after a rough beginning, closed out the complete game with a 1-2-3 top of the seventh.

"We're just resilient," said Hanek, who also singled and doubled. "We've been in that situation before where we've trailed and come back. We just flipped the switch and got the bats going."

The Mustangs and Leyden are now tied atop the Gold standings, and Willowbrook's a game back in the loss column. Downers South and the Eagles play a continued game on Wednesday with the score knotted 7-7 in the top of the eighth. The winner clinches a share of the Gold title.

To have a chance at its own share of the crown, Willowbrook (22-8, 13-4) -- which led 4-0 after three innings on Tuesday -- needs Downers South to beat Leyden and the Warriors need to beat the Mustangs in Thursday's Gold finale.

"We just didn't take advantage of our opportunities," said Willowbrook coach Vic Wisner. "They were able to hit the ball and we gave away freebies. They were able to take advantage more than we did."

Willowbrook broke out to a 3-0 second-inning lead sparked by Marshall McDonnell's 2-run single. Kyle Ferguson's solo homer boosted the lead to 4-0 in the third.

Mikey Palenik singled in 2 runs for Downers South in the fourth and Michael Greco's run-scoring infield single in the fifth narrowed the gap to 4-3.

"I give Cameron a lot of credit for hanging in there and battling on the mound," said Downers South coach Darren Orel. "And when we needed the big hits and the quality at-bats at the end, we got it done."

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