Teacher Charged with Public Indecency
Naperville resident and Metea Valley High School teacher Luke Pigott has been arrested for public indecency/lewd exposure for an incident that occurred in a parking lot near Route 59 and 95th Street on December 29, 2017. District 204 has put the 24-year-old science teacher on administrative leave, pending its investigation.
A house fire in Naperville last night forced four people from their home in the 3500 block of Redwing Court. Firefighters from several departments responded to the fire shortly after 4 p.m. The residents evacuated the house before firefighters arrived, and there were no injuries. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
High School Gymnastics
New year, new meets and matches! In the Huskies’ first home girls gymnastics meet of 2018, they welcomed the Waubonsie/Metea Co-Op. The Co-Op’s Jessica Houghton landed a solid bars routine, securing a 6.9 for her team along with Ally Donnelly who produced an 8.1 floor routine. The Huskies’ Kelsey Sumser, though, came out with a vengeance from the break and rocked out an 8.9 bars routine and an 8.9 floor routine, landing her the top spot in the all around and pushing the Huskies to a close victory 130.2 to 128.4.
High School Bowling
Rolling on over to Parkside lanes for a 204 girls bowling match, Metea versus Waubonsie, the Warriors’ Hailey Cairney and Natalie Cura were on the hunt to stay victorious against the big rivalry with spares and strikes in the first game, but Metea had some power behind them, too. Sophomore Mustang Alicia Anton swept home a couple strikes along with teammate Bhavya Jayeshanker which helped their team change history, defeating Waubonsie by just 61 pins for the first time ever!
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