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Slew of personal records for TF South cross country runners, Golf moves to regionals

28. (By Josh Bootsma

LANSING, Ill. (September 27, 2022) — Below are the most recent scores for the TF South Red Wolves:


Thursday, September 22

Opponents: South Suburban Blue Conference Tournament

Result: The Red Wolves took fourth place overall at the tournament

TFS Senior Ryan Avenatti earned All-Conference Honors at the South Suburban Blue Conference Tournament at Old Oak Country Club in Homer Glen.

“Ryan’s outstanding round helped the Red Wolves finish 4th overall. Freshman Anthony Gianoli, senior Ethan Modjeski, sophomore Ryan Marnell, junior Andrew Danehl, and senior Nicholas Rincon also contributed for TF South,” said coach Matt Johnson.

The Red Wolves will compete at regionals on Wednesday, September 28.

The JV Golf team finished fifth overall at the tournament to end its season. The team was led by Jacob Lindsey, Mekhi Tompkins, Matthew Bell, E’mon Arnold, and TJ Smith.


Friday, September 24

Opponents: Hillcrest High School

Result: The Red Wolves lost to Hillcrest 22-13

TFS was first on the board in the game with an 11-yard run from Christian Streeter. After two scores from Hillcrest, the halftime score was 14-7.

After a Red Wolves score in the third and a failed two-point conversion, Hillcrest added a final score in the fourth quarter for a game score of 22-13.

Christian Streeter ran for 136 yards and threw for 39 yards, leading the offense. On the defensive side, the Red Wolves were led by Brandon Woods — who notched an interception, and Trayvonne Roberts — who recovered a fumble. Cortez Jones and Kenyon Peoples each had a sack and two tackles for a loss.

TF South’s next game is Friday at home vs. Evergreen Park. The game is TF South’s annual homecoming game.

Boys Cross Country

Saturday, September 24

Meet: Tinley Park Invitational

Full results below:


  • Austin Hewes, Senior (65th) — 19:02 Personal Record (PR)
  • Carlos Cervantes, Junior (74th) — 19:55 ​
  • Malcolm Richardson, Senior (90th) — 23:14 (PR)
  • Adam Castellanos, Senior (91st) — 23:26 (PR)
  • Gavin Cottrill, Senior — 25:02
  • Aaron Major, Junior — 27:04

Freshman / Sophomore

  • Rodrigo Cortez, Sophomore (37th) — 20:02 (PR)
  • Ben Gresham, Sophomore (54th) — 21:53
  • Josue Delgado, Freshman — 26:45 (PR)
  • Colin Harris, Sophomore — 30:23 (PR)

Girls Cross Country

Saturday, September 24

Meet: ToleFree/Farly Cross Country Invite at Midlothian Meadows

Full results below:

  • Yanitzia Luna: 23:06 (Personal Record)
  • ShyBria Starkley: 24:53 (PR)
  • Alanis Gonzalez: 25:15 (PR)
  • Naitsa Fox: 28:23 (PR)
  • Kailyn Keys: 27:21 (PR)
  • Mya Phillips: 30:53 (PR)
  • Akayla Coopwood: 31:10 (PR)
  • Adetutu Sokunbi: 32:16 (PR)
  • Nathalie Galvan: 35:56​ (PR)

Coach Tom Reeb noted Saturday’s 50-warming-into-60 degree weather throughout the morning as perfect running weather, allowing all nine Red Wolves to set new personal records.

Girls Tennis

Thursday, September 22

Opponents: Lemont High School

Result: The Red Wolves lost all five of their matches

Boys Soccer

Tuesday, September 27

Opponent: Tinley Park High School

Result: TF United beat Tinley Park 5-0.

The state for the game are below:

  • Oswaldo Mendoza: Three saves
  • Giovanni Melgoza: Goal
  • Avery Flores: Goal
  • Fawaz Olarinde: Goal
  • Jonathon Hernandez: Goal, assist
  • Daniel Gonzalez: Goal
  • Benjamin Gonzalez: Assist

TFS is now 6-6-2 overall and 3-3-2 in conference match-ups.

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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.