Reavis Athletics News

Evergreen Park, IL (October 4, 2010) - With his team's win over the Evergreen Park Mustangs last week, boys' soccer co

Bridgeview, IL (September 30, 2010) - The Reavis soccer team will be playing Argo on Tuesday, October 5 at Toyota Park in Bridgeview.  The winner of the contest between these two conference powerhouses will be awarded the travelling Silver Striker Trophy.  The game begins at 4:30

Burbank, IL (September 30, 2010) - Tennis Head Coach Sue Sprovieri held her annual Family Day at the tennis courts yesterday afternoon.  The day has become a tradition both her players and their families and friends really have come to enjoy. 

Burbank, IL (September 29, 2010) - The girls' cross country team improved their record to 11-2 last night with victories over Oak Forest, Richards, and TF North.  The Rams had the top four finishers

Lemont, IL (September 28, 2010) - Senior Jeff Sawica shot a 75 at Cog Hill yesterday in the South Suburban Conference Golf Tournament earning him the conference individual title.  Sawica's low round

   Reavis is firing on all cylinders.  The Rams are 12-1 in duals and 4-0 in the South Suburban Red.      After going 9-9 last season, finishing fifth at sectionals and sending no qualifiers tothe state tournament, the Rams want more out of this campaign. 

Lansing/Midlothian, IL (September 24, 2010) - The girls' varsity swim team had a fantastic week on the road, winning dual meets against both T.F.

Burbank, IL (September 20) - The Varsity Girls Tennis Team moved to 10-1 overall with a 4-1 win over Queen of Peace yesterday.  Phan Le at #2 singles led the way with a 6-1, 6-0 win.

Burbank, IL - The varsity girls' tennis team is 2-0 in conference duel match play with a big 4-1 win over Shepard yesterday.  This 4-1 win was led once again by the

Congratulations to Reavis and St. Joseph on advancing to the championship game at Toyota Park in Bridgeview saturday September 4th at 5:30 PM.  Reavis had to overcome a 3-0 deficit and then take the win in penalty kicks to hold off Joliet Central.