September 30–October 1, 2021
As part of The Lansing Journal’s ongoing efforts to increase sports coverage at TF South, we have asked TFS coaches to provide us with information about their matches/games. The Lansing Journal will be posting these scores and summaries multiple times per week in a “TFS Sports round-up.”
By Josh Bootsma
LANSING, Ill. (October 1, 2021) — The scores for September 30–October 1:
Late submitted score for September 28
TFS Girls Cross Country
Meet: A four-school meet at Eisenhower High School
Score: TF South took fourth place in the meet (Oak Lawn–37 points, Eisenhower–40, Bremen–66, TF South–86)
The results for TFS: Alanis Gonzalez—8th place (24:09), Diana Cardenas—14th place (26:16), Kaylin Keys—19th (28:10), Dawn Birkenfeld—20th (28:20), Bianca Jones—25th place (30:02), Naitza Fox—26th place (30:04), Adetutu Sokunbi—30th (32:46), Audrey Ortega—33rd place (33:35).
TFU Girls Swimming
TF North and South have a combined girls swim team, called TF United.
Opponent: Shepard High School
Score: TFS lost to Shepard 92-63.
Maddie Gann won both the 100 Breast and 200 Free. Apollonia Villalpando won the 100 Free event.
TF United Soccer
TF North and South have a combined soccer team, called TF United.
Opponent: Eisenhower High School
Score: TFU vs. Eisenhower ended in a 2-2 draw.
Adan Cabrera had one goal on Thursday, assisted by Lexani Gaines. Javier Cervantes scored the other goal, assisted by Javier Cervantes. Jesus Puerta had nine saves in the tie.
TFS Girls Tennis
Opponent: Lemont High School
Score: TFS lost to Lemont 5-0.
TFS was blanked by Lemont on Thursday afternoon. The squads faced off at TF South.
TFS Girls Volleyball
Opponent: Tinley Park High School
Score: TFS lost to Tinley (27-25, 25-17)
Senior Mya Durr had nine digs and two assists in the contest, which was marked by good defense by TFS.
Opponent: Oak Forest High School
Score: TFS beat Oak Forest 33-16.
Read the full story here.
- TFS Sports round-up: Football wins again in Saturday game (September 27, 2021)
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