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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 loss to U-High 0-5. Tough loss to powerful U-High team
Abigail Hurtgen loss to D. Asokumar
Genevieve Kerns loss to T. Lau
Keely Dickes / Karlye Keller loss to Pater / Abricess
Kate Morris / Hannah Sandner-Gialamas loss to Gately/Kenemeir
Katie Bennett / Mamie Oelerich loss to Wars-Scautz / Gray
Woodlands defeats North Shore Country Day School 25-23, 18-25, 25-22
Cat Enright and Destiny Salazar had 7 service points each. Daisy Ayala added another 6 points. Ryan Kandziora had 3 kills, and Jerusalem Adams-Shepard added another 2 kills.
Woodlands defeats North Shore Country Day School 25-10, 25-10
Ava Taylor had 17 service points, 5 aces. Alyssa Rodriguez added another 6 points, 3 aces. Annika Swanson had 2 kills.
Woodlands Academy lost to Parker 0-2
Great effort by the Wildcats!
Woodlands defeats Westlake Christian 25-11, 25-22
Daisy Ayala had 13 service points, 3 aces, and 3 kills. Ola Bartolik added another 5 points, 1 ace, and 2 kills.
Woodlands defeats Westlake Christian 25-4, 25-20
Annika Swanson had 11 service points, 6 aces, and 2 kills. Liz Coughlin added another 11 points, 5 aces, and 1 kill.
Evanston juggernaut defeats Woodlands Varsity 6-0
Keely Dickes loss to Goncharova
Karlye Keller loss to Knight
Alice Lele loss to Abusherich
Abigail Hurtgen / Genevieve Kerns loss to Connor/Mann
Kate Morris / Hannah Sandner-Gialamas loss to Halverson/Berg
Katie Bennett / Mamie Oelerich loss to Lazarus/Rosenthal
Woodlands defeats Lake Forest Academy 25-7, 25-14
Destiny Salazar had 15 service points, 1 ace. Cat Enright added another 12 service points, 1 ace. Ryan Kandziora had 5 kills.
Woodlands defeats Lake Forest Academy 25-19, 25-15
Ava Taylor had 12 service points, and Phedra Wade added another 11 points, 5 aces. Bailey Bryant had 3 kills.
Woodlands logs decisive 4-1 win against Elgin.
Abigail Hurtgen def Gould-Dulabam
Genevieve Kerns def M. Liu
Karlye Keller / Mamie Oelerich loss to Sharma / Peyton
Kate Morris / Hannah Sandner-Gialamas def Shyamani / Gordon
Alice Lele / Katie Bennett def Feng / Cui
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: