9/11 survivor Joe Dittmar spoke to students and staff at Waubonsie Valley High School on Thursday, September 11. Watch the full presentation.
OSWEGO, IL – Tony Durns’ colleagues and teachers already knew how fast he was. But the Oswego Panthers found out first-hand Friday night, as the Warriors defeated Oswego, 27-20. Durns ran one touchdown in from 61 yards out in the first half, then returned a kickoff for a touchdown in the second half. The Warriors […]
NAPERVILLE, IL – As much as Waubonsie Valley boys soccer enjoys playing at home, they’ve enjoyed playing on the road even more the past two matches. For the second straight night, the Warriors won on Naperville Central’s turf, defeating Bartlett, 2-1. The victory was part of the Best of the West Tournament, held at Naperville […]
HINSDALE, IL – The Warriors got their revenge on Thursday night with a 25-23, 25-23 win over Hinsdale Central. Taylor Dunwell and Brooke Burling finished with six kills. Becky Breuer and Caroline Cordes had five kills, and Becca Fortsch pitched in with 10 assists and 2 service aces. The Warriors improved to 6-2 on the […]
AURORA, IL – Lightning delayed Waubonsie Valley’s football opener on Friday night, but the Warriors didn’t have to wait long to get back to business. Twenty-four hours later, Waubonsie took advantage of five Naperville Central turnovers, and defeated the defending state champions, 20-6, at Dick Kerner Stadium. The Redhawks fumbled the ball on the Waubonsie […]
AURORA, IL – Waubonsie Valley girls volleyball extended its winning streak to three games on Tuesday with a 25-15, 25-15 win over South Elgin. Caroline Cordes had three kills and six blocks, along with Becky Breuer’s four kills.
AURORA, IL — Waubonsie Valley High School Media Production will once again broadcast Warrior football on the internet this year. In conjunction with High School Cube, WVTV will cover all five home games in 2014 with opponents including Naperville Central, East Aurora, West Aurora, Metea Valley and South Elgin. WVTV broadcasts are operated by students in […]