Geneva School District 304 News Article



Viking Alliance will have its first meeting after school tomorrow in the Reading Lounge. Please see Mrs. Rolf in the Guidance Office if you have any questions.


If you are interested in the Bowling Intramural which starts next week on October 10th. Permission slips are available in the Main Office and are due next Monday.


The last two sessions of Flag Football will be on Monday and Tuesday of next week.  There will be no session on October 21st.


7th and 8th graders, are you interested in cheerleading? Please be sure to attend an informational meeting next Thursday, October 10th at North in Ms. DiNatale’s room 124, and have your parent or guardian sign you up on 8-18 and . All participants need to have a physical on file before try-outs!


From the Sports Desk


The boys’ cross-country team defeated both Kaneland and Sycamore last night.  Running in the top 5 for Geneva were Dom Stolarik who placed first, Wyatt Gross who was second and then Lorcan Duffy, Chase Sorrentino and Robby Youngquist who were all in the top 10 of the race.  The team has their last home meet of the year tomorrow at Peck Farm.

Yesterday, both 7th grade volleyball teams came out strong against North for their final regular season game. The A team was led by Molly Brown with strong net play, and strong serves from Addy Kling. Sadly, they fell just short of victory. For the B team, Lily McConnell and Kate Shanahan helped their team with strong passing and teamwork. Lillian Hallahan led her team with a seven-point scoring run to lead “B” to victory!

Last night, the 8th Grade Viking football team battled the Spartans of Sycamore in their final game of the 2019 season. The offense dominated the game from the first play, scoring quickly on a quarterback sweep by Nate Stempowski. Charlie Winterhalter halted the Spartans first drive when he recovered a fumble and returned it 45 yards for the Vikings second score.  The Vikings would add two more first half touchdowns, one on a Stempowski pass to fullback Jacob Black and another when tight end Rocco DiLeonardi caught a Stempowski pass and rambled 50 yards for a score. Throughout the whole game, the Viking defense completely shut down the Spartan offense. Eli Curry picked off a Spartan pass deep in Viking territory to halt a dangerous Sycamore drive. Rocco DiLeonardi contributed three blocked passes, Johnny Vargo dominated the defensive line and Smiling Jack Matthews came up big on special teams.  Nate Stempowski would cap the night with a 65-yard rushing touchdown as the Vikings cruised to a 38-0 victory to finish the season at 5-1.

Coach Lane and Coach Sempsrott want to thank the team for an amazing two-year run. Be the Hammer!

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