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LANSING, Ill. (September 18, 2022) — Below are the most recent scores for the TF South Red Wolves:

Boys Soccer

Tuesday, September 13

Opponent: Oak Forest High School

Result: TF United lost to Oak Forest 1-0

Oswald Mendoza had five saves in goal.

Thursday, September 15

Opponent: Lemont High School

Result: TF United lost to Lemont 2-0

Oswald Mendoza had five saves in goal.

Saturday, September 17

Opponent: Bremen High School

Result: TF United tied with Bremen 1-1

Goal by Jonathon Hernandez, assisted by Giovanni Melgoza. TFU is now 4-5-2 on the season and 1-2-2 in conference.

Boys Cross Country

Tuesday, September 13

Opponents: Bremen, Eisenhower, Oak Lawn

Result: The Red Wolves took second place (Bremen: 24, TFS: 57, Eisenhower: 60, Oak Lawn: 80)

Full results below:

  • Austin Hewes, Senior (19:58) 6th place
  • Carlos Cervantes, Junior (20:42) 9th place
  • Kenan Maxey, Sophomore (21:04) 13th place
  • Rodrigo Cortez Sophomore (21:22) 14th place
  • Ben Gresham, Sophomore (21:38) 15th place Personal Record (PR)
  • Malcolm Richardson, Senior (23:59) 24th place PR
  • Aaron Major, Junior (25:38) 34th place PR
  • Gavin Cottrill, Senior (25:44) 35th place
  • Josue Delgado, Freshman (30:11) 39th place PR
  • Colin Harris, Sophomore (35:42) 44th place

Saturday, September 17

Meet: Fourth Annual Julian Urbina Memorial Invitational, hosted by TF North at Riverfront Park in South Holland

Result: TF South Varsity finished eighth out of 13 teams. The Freshmen/Sophomore team finished fifth out of 10 teams.

Full results below:


  • Kenan Maxey, Sophomore (21:08) 7th – Received medal
  • Rodrigo Cortez, Sophomore (21:14) 8th – Received medal
  • Ben Gresham, Sophomore (22:37) 15th – Received medal
  • Josue Delgado, Freshman (29:56) 47th – Personal Record
  • Colin Harris, Sophomore (31:36) 49th


  • Austin Hewes, Senior (19:58) 19th – Received medal
  • Carlos Cervantes, Junior (20:33) 24th
  • Adam Castellanos, Senior (24:55) 56th
  • Malcolm Richardson, Senior (26:13) 58th
  • Gavin Cottrill, Senior (27:16) 61st

The boys’ and girls’ next meet will be on Tuesday, September 20 at Erfert Park against Hillcrest and Richards. TFS recognize their seniors at this meet. Girls will race at 4:30 p.m., and the boys will race at 5.

Girls Tennis

Tuesday, September 13

Opponents: Reavis High School

Result: The Red Wolves lost all five of their matches to Reavis

TF United Girls Swimming

Tuesday, September 13

Opponents: Argo High School

Result: TFU lost to Argo 77-22

Junior Apollonia Villalpando won the 100-yard butterfly, sophomore Aaliyah Harb won the 200-yard IM, and freshman Jael Tatum won the 50-yard freestyle.

Thursday, September 15

Opponents: Thornton Township High School

Result: TFU lost to Thornton 39-29.


Wednesday, September 14

Opponents: Oak Lawn High School

Result: The Red Wolves beat Oak Lawn 187-208

The Red Wolves improve to 8-5 on the season with a victory over Oak Lawn. The match was played at Centennial Park in Munster, par 36. TFS was led by medalist Anthony Gianoli (45), Ethan Modjeski (46), Ryan Avenatti (48), and Ryan Marnell (48).


Thursday, September 15

Opponent: Evergreen Park High School

Result: TF South fell to Evergreen Park (25-20, 25-19)

Nyrobi Moore had three kills, Raquel Murphy had nine blocks, and Sarahi S. had 5/6 digs. The team’s conference record is 0-5.


Friday, September 16

Opponent: Oak Forest High School

Result: TF South lost to Oak Forest 26-13

Christian Streeter scored on an 88-yard kickoff return, with Giovanni Melgoza booting the extra point. TFS’s other score came on another kickoff return by Jason Jones, who ran 91 yards into the end zone. The two-point conversion failed.

TFS plays next at Hillcrest on Friday, September 23.

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Josh Bootsma
Josh Bootsma
Josh is Managing Editor at The Lansing Journal and believes in the power and purpose of community news. He covers any local topics—from village government to theatre, from business openings to migratory birds.