The St. Bede volleyball team won its first Three Rivers Conference South Division match on Tuesday.
The Lady Bruins downed Rockridge 25-23, 25-17 Tuesday at the Academy.
Morgan Bosnich paced the Lady Bruins (4-6, 1-2 TRC South) with eight assists and eight points to go with two aces, while Olivia Mueller had seven kills and Samantha Whalen 15 digs.
Putnam County def. Roanoke-Benson 28-30, 25-23, 25-16
The Lady Panthers stayed unbeaten in the Tri-County Conference as they outlasted the Lady Rockets Tuesday in Roanoke.
Paige Griffith had 12 points, 10 assists, nine digs and five aces for PC (9-2-1, 2-0 TCC), while Megan Rehn added 11 assists and eight points. Taylor Pettit chipped in eight kills and six digs.
Mendota def. Oregon 25-19, 15-25, 25-21
The Lady Trojans outlasted Oregon in the Big Northern Conference West Division match Tuesday in Oregon to stay unbeaten in the conference.
Abby Bromenschenkel had eight points and 10 digs for MHS (10-5, 3-0 BNC West), while Elivia Ambler had 21 digs and Brooke Carroll 18 assists.
Ottawa def. Geneseo 25-18, 18-25, 25-15
The Lady Pirates won a three-set marathon in Tuesday’s Northern Illinois Big 12 Conference West Division match in Geneseo.
Kenzie Rombach had 10 kills, six blocks and three digs for Ottawa (12-7, 1-0 NIB 12 West), while Jordan Hayne added six kills, six digs and two aces.
Princeton def. Kewanee 25-13, 27-25
The Tigresses remained undefeated in the TRC South Division after their win Tuesday in Kewanee.
Michelle Kelly had 26 assists, four digs, four points and two kills for PHS (13-3, 3-0 TRC South), while Ashley Farraher had nine kills, five digs and five points.
Bureau Valley def. Fulton 25-17, 25-20
The Storm rolled to the TRC North Division victory Thursday in Manlius.
Carlie Bickett had six points, five blocks, two kills and an ace for BV (7-3, 3-1 TRC North), while Syndey Lebahn dished out nine assists and Valerie Reuter had five digs.
LaMoille-Ohio def. Paw Paw 25-13, 25-21
The Lady Lions remained unbeaten in Little Ten Conference play Tuesday in LaMoille.
Rae Schultz had 13 assists for L-O (7-3, 2-0 LTC), while Erin Bennett had 11 assists and Shiela Browning six kills, three digs and two points.
Fieldcrest def. Heyworth 25-10, 25-12
The Lady Knights kept on rolling with the blowout Heart of Illinois Conference victory Tuesday in Minonk.
Gracie Weisenhofer had 12 assists and two aces for Fieldcrest (9-1, 2-0 HOIC), while Tessa Holland added seven kills, four digs, two blocks and two aces. Haley Ruestman chipped in seven kills.
Leland-Earlville def. Hiawatha 25-3, 25-9
The Lady Panthers cruised to the non-conference victory Tuesday at Earlville.
Carissa Miller had 16 assists, 12 points and an ace for L-E (3-10-1), while Julie Musich had 15 points and two aces.
Orion def. Hall 25-12, 25-10
Brooke Keegan had seven assists and Clarissa Gerrard put down five kills, but the Lady Red Devils fell in the TRC South Division match Tuesday at Hall.
Midland def. Henry 25-19, 25-23
Destinee Gonazle had 11 digs and Kayla Beall 14 assists, but the Lady Mallards fell in the TCC match Tuesday in Henry.
Carl Sandburg def. IVCC 25-27, 25-20, 25-21, 23-25, 17-15
The Lady Eagles dropped a five-set heartbreaker in Tuesday’s Arrowhead Conference match in Oglesby.
Sarah Lushina led IVCC with 18 kills, while Josie Walker had 22 digs. Jessica Jessen served up 11 points and two aces, while Lisa Lukkari had 14 digs and 12 assists for IVCC (9-4, 3-1 Arrowhead).
DePue 7, Newark 0
Carlos Acosta scored a hat trick and assisted two goals as the Little Giants rolled to the win Tuesday in DePue.
Hugo Perez added two goals for DePue (7-1), which built a 5-0 lead at half and outshot Newark 23-5.
La Salle-Peru 4, Streator 1
The Lady Cavaliers cruised to the NIB 12 West win Tuesday in Streator.
Tara Ketner won at No. 2 singles for L-P, while winning doubles contests for the Lady Cavs were the teams of Katie Wellner and Anna Konczak at No. 1 doubles, Katherine Kaszynski and Jena Argubright at No. 2 doubles, and Bre Aubry and Olivia Pearson at No. 3 doubles.
Mendota 3, St. Bede 2
The Lady Bruins swept both singles matches, but the Lady Trojans took the doubles contests to earn the non-conference victory Tuesday in Peru.
Rachel Dose and Laura Faletti each won singles contests for SBA, while winning doubles matches for MHS were the teams of Mary Brandner and Kady Halbmaier, Malary Phalen and Malary Defore, and Paige Simonton and Maddie McConville.
Hall’s Pete Mautino and Nick Scheri both shot a medalist 42 as the Red Devils (178) bested St. Bede (179), Sterling Newman (182).
Putnam County’s Christian Charbonneau and Stark County’s Dylan Knobloch both shot medalist rounds of 48 as the Panthers beat the Rebels 198-216 in Tuesday’s dual at Edgewood Park Golf Club.
Princeton’s Zach Hicks and Fulton’s Matt Dail both shot a 40 and shared medalist honors in Tuesday’s triangular meet.
PHS shot a team score of 173 to better Fulton (174) and Bureau Valley (196).
The Storm were led by a 43 from Ryan Young.
La Salle-Peru’s Rachel Gunia and Jackie Somolski each shot a medalist 50 as the Lady Cavaliers bested Putnam County 206-209 in Tuesday’s dual at Edgewood Park Golf Club.
Tara Doyle and Carly Gonet both carded rounds of 51 for PC.
At Spring Valley
Princeton’s Julie Miller sank a 20-foot birdie putt on her last hole to help Princeton edge St. Bede 203-204 in Tuesday’s quadrangular at Spring Creek Golf Course.
Riverdale was third with a 273, while Hall did not have enough golfers to field a team score.
St. Bede’s Gabby Mendoza shot a medalist 46 and Sydney Eustice added a 48, while Princeton was led by a 48 from Audra Reidner.
Hall was paced by a 69 from Amanda Scheri.
La Salle-Peru’s Lesley Rocha ran a time of 19:07 to win Tuesday’s triangular meet with Ottawa and St. Bede.
Teammate Megan Krolak finished second with a mark of 19:49 as the Lady Cavaliers took the top four spots and won the meet with 23 points. Ottawa (36) was second and St. Bede (79) was third.
In the boys race, Ottawa’s Larry Coleman won the boys race with a mark of 17:33, while teammate T.J. Leseure was second with a time of 17:46.
L-P scored 28 points to finish first as a team, while Ottawa (29) was second and St. Bede (75) was third.
Hall’s Al Baldonado and Princeton’s Zoe Mead both raced past the field in Tuesday’s meet in Walnut.
Baldonado ran a time of 18:00 to win the boys meet. Putnam County’s Noah Flores was second with a time of 18:10, and Bureau Valley’s Daniel Trone was third with a mark of 18:39.
As a team, BV had a team score of 25 to win the meet, while Hall (51) was second and Putnam County (63) third.
Princeton, DePue, Ohio and Kewanee did not have enough runners to field a team score.
Mead posted a mark of 21:01 to win the girls race. Bureau Valley’s Helena Arnadottir placed third with a time of 22:31, while PC’s Ashlyn Hoage finished fourth with a time of 22:35.
BV also won the girls meet with a team score of 20, while Hall was second (54) and Princeton third (61). Putnam County, DePue and Kewanee did not have enough runners to have a team score.