High School and Local College Sports Roundup for Sept. 8, 2012
September 8, 2012 9:12PM
Updated: September 8, 2012 9:12PM
Stagg 1, Lemont 1: Roy Delatore scored off an assist from Kyle Hamann to pace host Lemont (6-1-2).
Reed-Custer 6, Coal City 1: Cody Mass netted a hat trick for host Reed-Custer (4-5-1, 3-3) in the Interstate Eight.
Plainfield East 1, Minooka 0: Ryan Olans’ 12th goal of the season enabled Plainfield East (4-1-4) to win the championship.
Lincoln-Way Central 2, Marist 1: Goals by C.J. Zuraitis and Cole Senesac sparked host Lincoln-Way Central (6-2) in the final round of pool play.
Providence 4, Shepard 1: Ben Salvador scored twice to pace host Providence (6-2-1).
Reavis 1, Plainfield South 0: Tyler Olsen made seven saves for host Plainfield South (8-2).
Lincoln-Way East 1, Eisenhower 0: Alan Hernandez had the goal for host Lincoln-Way East (4-1-3).
Rich South Tournament: No. 9 Lincoln-Way West (11-3) won all five of its matches, including a 25-23, 25-16 decision over Bloom in the championship of the 12-team invitational.
Batavia Invitational: Joliet Catholic’s Nick Lennon finished sixth after shooting a 1-over-par 73 at Fox Valley Country Club in Batavia. The Hilltoppers (319) were eighth in the 30-team field.
Vernon Hills Invitational: Lemont’s Bridget Lynn shot an 82 in finishing sixth. As a team, the Indians (364) were seventh out of 18.
Joliet Township co-op Invitational: Caitlin Shea won the crown at No. 1 singles as Joliet Township (37 points) edged Ottawa (33) and Lemont (31) for first place in the eight-team field. Lemont’s Carli Serpe captured the top spot at No. 2 singles.
Joliet Catholic Invitational: Sisters Maggie and Kelly Ruane won the doubles championship in leading Providence (22) to first place in the eight-team field. T.F. South (12) was second and Joliet Catholic (10) third.
Boys Cross Country
Joliet Township co-op Invitational: Plainfield South (23 points) won the team title. The Cougars’ top runner was Dan Lathrop (15 minutes, 25.2 seconds), who finished second in the 3-mile race.
Peoria Woodruff Invitational: Minooka’s Joey Santillo (14 minutes, 56 seconds) was second in Class 3A. Lincoln-Way Central (332) led the area contingent by placing ninth out of 42 teams. Aaron Oldanie (16:15), of Lemont, had the best performance among local runners in Class 2A, finishing 53rd. No team scores were available for that race. Seneca (616) was 22nd out of 44 teams in Class A. Ross McCormick (16:36) led the Fighting Irish by placing 40th.
Girls Cross Country
Joliet Township co-op Invitational: Lincoln-Way East (111) finished third as Kaley McLawhorn (20:08.1) led the Griffins with a 17th-place showing.
Reavis Invitational: Rachael Lau (19:33.9) was ninth in leading Plainfield North (88) to a fourth-place finish in the 14-team meet.
Peoria Woodruff Invitational: Bianca Wiemeyer (18:39) was 36th in the Class 3A race for Lockport (224), which placed seventh out of 29. In Class 2A, Lemont (408) was 11th in the 46-team field. The Indians’ best runner was Jorie Dybcio (19:22), who came in 43rdIn Class A, Seneca (743) was 28th out of 40 teams. Caroline Collett (19:53) was 50th for the Fighting Irish.
Men’s Cross Country
Wisconsin-Parkside Open: Lewis’ Matt Jemilo (27 minutes, 20.6 seconds) was 27th in the 8-kilometer race.
St. Francis 9, Bethel (Ind.) 0: Mark Zubov won at No. 1 singles and also teamed with Alex Haizel for a victory at top-seeded doubles in leading host St. Francis (1-0).
Women’s Cross Country
Wisconsin-Parkside Open: Lewis’ Monica Hahn (20:29) finished 49th in the 8-kilometer contest. The Flyers totaled 291 points in placing 11th.
Bethel (Ind.) 6, St. Francis 3: Danielle Hoffman prevailed at No. 2 singles for host St. Francis (0-1).
Madonna (Mich.) Invitational: St. Francis (10-2) defeated Concordia 25-7, 25-12, 25-15 and lost to Madonna 20-25, 23-25, 25-21, 25-15, 15-13. Ashley Richards had 75 assists for the Saints, who also received 42 digs from Dana Wettergren and 22 kills from Jazzmyne Robbins.
Contributing: Josh Krockey