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It all begins with teamwork. Our athletes are competitive, dedicated, and value sportsmanship. Whether you are new to a sport or a seasoned athlete, there are plenty of opportunities to compete as a Wildcat!
Woodlands Academy loses to Elgin Academy 0-2
Woodlands 5, Beacon Academy 0
Mary Clare Scalise '19 Won 8-2
Hannah Sweet '20 Won 8-7
Daphne Ricketts '20 and Áine Heaney '20 Won 8-0
Anna Sandner '18 and Julia Podstolowicz '20 Won 8-2
Hannah Asare '20 and Miracle Tapia '20 Won 8-7
JV Volleyball defeats U. High 25-19, 25-14
Ava Taylor had 9 service points, 3 aces. Annika Swanson added another 6 points, 2 aces, and 3 kills.
Woodlands defeats U-High 26-24, 25-11
Cat Enright '17 had 12 service points, 2 aces, and 5 kills.
Daisy Ayala '17 added another 7 points, and 1 ace.
Ryan Kandziora '17 had 4 kills
Jerusalem Adams-Shepard '17 had 2 blocks.
Woodlands defeats Westlake Christian 25-10, 25-20
Daisy Ayala '20 had 7 service points, 1 ace. Teagan Wilkins '20 added another 6 points, 2 aces. Cat Enright '20 had 4 kills.
Woodlands defeats Westlake Christian 25-17, 25-12
Alyssa Rodriguez '19 had 14 service points, 6 aces.
Liz Coughlin '20 had 4 points, 3 aces,
Annika Swanson '20 added another 4 points, 3 aces.
Tough but competitive loss to North Shore Country Day School
Abigail Hurtgen '19 loss to C. Savin
Genevieve Kerns '18 defeats A. Gold
Keely Dickes '17 / Karlye Keller '17 loss to A. Arenson / E. Edwards-Mizel
Kate Morris '18 / Hannah Sandner-Gialamas '17 loss to C. Hayward / C. McCarthy
Alice Lele '17 / Mamie Oelerich '17 loss to R. Schapiror / M. McCabe
Katie Bennett def F. Block
Schaumburg Christian defeats Woodlands 25-7, 25-15
Liz Coughlin '20 had 2 service points, 1 ace, and 1 kill. Bailey Bryant '19 and Phedra Wade '18 also had 1 kill each.
Schaumburg Christian def. Woodlands 25-12, 25-14
Daisy Ayala '17 had 7 service points, 2 aces, and Alyssa Rodriguez '19 added another 7 points with 3 aces. Cat Enright '17 and Jerusalem Adams-Shepard '17 had 2 kills each.
The Wildcats put forth a great effort against the Patriots, unfortunately we do not play OT at the JV level.
The Woodlands Academy Athletic Program promotes lifetime fitness and good health and supports interscholastic sports as vital to developing our students’ athletic skills and leadership abilities.
Our Athletic Program builds confidence and determination, a competitive spirit, sportsmanship, and teamwork. Woodlands Academy is a member of the Independent School League (ISL) and the Illinois High School Association (IHSA). Woodlands competes against both ISL and non-conference teams. Our Wildcat athletes and coaches have earned regional recognition through repeated ISL championships and Player and Coach of the Year honors.
Woodlands offers junior varsity and/or varsity teams in the following sports:
Our athletes also participate in the following club sports:
Woodlands Academy’s athletics facilities include: