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9/12/2013 10:56:00 AM
Roundup: PC girls golf beats St. Bede

NT Sports Staff

Kelsey Grosenbach and Carly Gonet each shot a 48 on Wednesday to lead the Putnam County girls golf team to a 201-206 non-conference victory over St. Bede at Edgewood Park Golf Club in McNabb.

Stephanie Wilson had a 51 and Tara Doyle added a 54 to round out the scoring for the Lady Panthers, who improved to 7-1.

St. Bede’s Gabby Mendoza carded a 7-over-par 45 on the front nine to earn medalist honors.

Also scoring for St. Bede were Aiko Mendoza (51), Sydney Eustice (52) and Tess Montez (58).

IVCC def. Black Hawk East 27-25, 27-29, 25-16, 13-25, 15-9
St. Bede graduate Kayla MacDavitt had team highs of 13 kills and five blocks Wednesday to help the Lady Eagles stay undefeated in the Arrowhead Conference with a victory in Moline.

Hall alumna Johnna Schultz had a team-best 14 points along with 18 assists, while La Salle-Peru graduate Taylor Gunia led the team with 23 digs and Ottawa alumna Lisa Lukkari contributed a team-high 19 assists.

The Lady Eagles are now 7-2 overall and 3-0 in the conference.

At Princeton
Zach Hicks carded a medalist 38 on Wednesday at Chapel Hill Golf Course to help Princeton win a Three Rivers Conference triangular.

The Tigers finished with 163 strokes to beat Erie (178) and Newman (189).

Rounding out the scores for PHS were Colby Robbins (39), Ian Nichols (42) and Colin Pierson (44).

At Harvard
Mendota recorded a 171 team score Wednesday to finish second in a Big Northern Conference triangular at Harvard Grove Golf Course.

Richmond-Burton won with a 164 and Harvard had a 200.

Jaron Robinson led the Trojans with a 40.

At Spring Valley
Hall’s Al Baldonado blazed across the 3-mile course in 17:46 on Wednesday to win a five-school meet at home.

Baldonado along with teammates Rosy Fuentes and Christian Garcia in third and fourth, respectively, helped the Red Devils win the meet with 24 points.

Amboy-LaMoille, led by Ben Hosto in second place in 19:09, placed second with 39 and Rockridge was third with 64.

Ohio and Orion did not have enough runners for team scores. Johnee Schulte led the Bulldogs by placing fifth in 19:33.

At Peru
Jake Condon (19:48), Leo Lopez (20:17) and Brent Koogler (20:20) all placed in the top 5 Wednesday to help St. Bede win a home meet with 22 points.

Fieldcrest was second with 33, while Princeton and Kewanee did not have enough runners for team scores.

Kevin Stromberg led Fieldcrest by placing sixth in 20:34. Princeton’s Cody Workman was runner-up in 19:47.

In the girls race, Fieldcrest won with 26 points followed by St. Bede (45) and Princeton (69).

Julia Jochums led Fieldcrest in fourth place in 24:58, while Maria Baldwin was fifth in 24:59.

Princeton’s Zoe Mead was second in 22:54, while Laura Sickley paced the Lady Bruins by finishing sixth in 25:13.

At Rockford
Mendota’s Emily Ross ran a 14:53 on Wednesday to place sixth in the 2.05-mile Winnebago Season Opener at Fuller Forest Preserve.

In the boys race, Tyler Schmitt led Mendota by placing 14th in 12:19. The Trojans finished with 69 team points.

Earlville-Leland 6, Hiawatha 0
Colin Bomstad had a goal and an assist Wednesday as the Red Raiders earned a Little Ten Conference win in Kirkland.

Morgan Lowry, Zach Kasper, Nolan Baumbach and Joel Brunswick also scored for E-L (3-4, 1-1 LTC).

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