High School/Local College Sports Roundup for Sept. 25, 2012
September 25, 2012 10:26PM
No. 1 Joliet Catholic 25-25, St. Viator 17-12: Angela Vera notched 10 service points and six kills for visiting Joliet Catholic (12-1, 3-0) in the East Suburban Catholic. Mallory Mangun added 18 assists for the Angels.
No. 2 Lockport 25-25, Thornton 7-14: Kayla Pfeiffer (7 digs) and MacKenzie Wasowicz posted four kills apiece for host Lockport (13-4) in the SouthWest Suburban crossover.
Lincoln-Way North 25-25, No. 3 Lincoln-Way East 23-21: Shannon Murphy had 29 assists and Ashley Pickert added 11 kills in spearheading visiting Lincoln-Way North (13-9) in the SouthWest Suburban crossover. Lincoln-Way East dropped to 14-4.
No. 5 Lincoln-Way Central 25-25, No. 9 Lincoln-Way West 22-17: Maria Brown chalked up nine kills, eight digs and seven blocks to power host Lincoln-Way Central (13-3) in the SouthWest Suburban crossover. Kaitlyn Siadek tacked on 23 assists. Lincoln-Way West dropped to 15-8.
DeKalb 25-25, No. 6 Morris 17-20: Katie Chatten (24 assists) and Kendall Korte (12 kills) starred for visiting Morris (15-7, 2-3) in the Northern Illinois Big 12 East.
No. 7 Lemont 25-25, T.F. North 21-8: Cara Howell and Kelly Ferguson totaled six and five kills, respectively, for host Lemont (16-9, 7-1) in the South Suburban Blue.
No. 8 Minooka 25-25, Plainfield South 17-9: Skyler Day had five kills to aid host Minooka (10-3, 7-0) in the Southwest Prairie.
Joliet West 25-27, Thornwood 15-25: Elexis Coleman had eight kills for host Joliet West (6-11) in the SouthWest Suburban crossover.
Plainfield East 25-25, Romeoville 21-7: Justine Bunn contributed five kills to aid host Plainfield East (8-8-2, 4-3) in the Southwest Prairie. Mackenzi Welsh added six assists and four kills for the Bengals.
Joliet Central 26-25, Bradley 24-22: T’ara Austin garnered 12 kills and seven digs to lead host Joliet Central (13-5) in the SouthWest Suburban crossover. Emily Malone chipped in 26 assists for the Steelmen.
Plainfield Central 19-25-30, Oswego 25-15-28: Hannah Evatt distributed 23 assists and Elizabeth Hyland drilled 17 kills to propel visiting Plainfield Central (8-15, 4-3) in the Southwest Prairie.
Gardner-South Wilmington 27-25, Tri-Point 25-16: Host Gardner-South Wilmington (4-13, 3-4) prevailed in the River Valley.
Oswego 3, Plainfield South 2: Anthony Skrip and Miguel Espinoza netted goals for host Plainfield South (10-5-2) in the Southwest Prairie.
Plainfield North 3, Plainfield East 2: Logan Wright was among the goal scorers for host Plainfield North (4-6-3) in the Southwest Prairie.
Reed-Custer 2, Coal City 1: Goals by B.J. Bailey and Cody Mass were the difference for visiting Reed-Custer (7-11-1, 3-4) in the Interstate Eight.
Lemont 7, Shepard 1: Lukasz Sulka had two goals and an assist for host Lemont (12-1-2, 6-0) in the South Suburban crossover.
SouthWest Suburban Blue Tournament: Co-medalists Matt Contey and Tyler Kelly both carded 72s in guiding Lincoln-Way East (297) to the team title at Inwood. Lockport’s Luke Trent (73) was third and Joliet Township’s Trent Wallace (75) came in sixth. Joliet Township co-op (315) was third in the team standings, Lockport (316) finished fourth and Bolingbrook (369) came in sixth.
Plainfield East 158, Morris 172: Jake Kaufman’s hole-in-one on No. 2 was part of his meet-best 35 in the Southwest Prairie dual at Morris Country Club.
South Suburban Tournament: Medalist Bridget Lynn shot an 82 in guiding Lemont (359) to the team title ahead of runner-up Oak Forest (418) at Coyote Run in Flossmoor. T.F. South’s Maggie Sloan (84) was second and Lemont’s Nicole Fardig (91) third.
Stagg 6, Lincoln-Way Central 1: Jana Mudrock and Marlee McCabe (No. 2 doubles) posted a win for host Lincoln-Way Central in the SouthWest Suburban Red.
Marist 3, Providence 2: Sisters Maggie and Kelly Ruane won at top-seeded doubles for visiting Providence in the East Suburban Catholic.
Battle at Blackthorn: Meg Monson was the medalist as St. Francis (680) tied for third in the eight-team tournament in South Bend, Ind. Monson won on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff after posting a 36-hole score of 157 over two days.
Contributing: Josh Krockey