High School Sports Roundup for Oct. 11, 2012
October 11, 2012 10:38PM
No. 1 Joliet Catholic 25-25, Fenwick 19-18: Mallory Mangun accumulated 17 assists, seven digs and four service points to lead host Joliet Catholic (24-5, 6-2). Morgan Reardon (10 kills) and Julia Shemaitis (10 service points) also starred for the Angels in the East Suburban Catholic match.
No. 4 Lockport 21-25-30, Joliet Central 25-12-28: Kayla Pfeiffer finished with 19 assists, 15 digs, nine kills and three aces in leading visiting Lockport (19-8, 3-2) in the SouthWest Suburban Blue. Katie Dugan added 18 digs for the Porters and Aubrey Ficek provided 11 digs and eight kills. T’ara Austin collected 18 kills and 12 digs for Joliet Central, which also received 29 assists from Emily Malone.
No. 6 Lemont 25-25, Tinley Park 12-14: Megan Litoborski passed out 17 assists and Kiley Rendak spiked seven kills to lead visiting Lemont (19-9, 10-1) in the South Suburban Blue.
Yorkville 25-20-25, No. 7 Morris 23-25-22: Katie Chatten distributed 29 assists to lead visiting Morris (20-12, 4-5) in the Northern Illinois Big 12 East. Laney Torkelson added nine kills for the Redskins.
No. 10 Minooka 25-25, Plainfield Central 23-15: Skyler Day had 10 kills and Kasey Schumacher added eight digs for visiting Minooka (13-6, 9-3) in the Southwest Prairie.
Dwight 23-25-25, Reed-Custer 25-19-23: Dwight won the Interstate Eight match in Braidwood. Marian Barton paced Reed-Custer with 14 kills, while Olivia O’Donnell added 15 digs.
Oswego 25-25, Plainfield South 11-14: Katelyn Burke had 11 assists to pace visiting Oswego in the Southwest Prairie.
Oswego East 26-25, Romeoville 24-21: Kelly Bertrand’s eight kills lifted visiting Oswego East in the Southwest Prairie.
Lockport 3, Joliet West 0: Christian Czaja (7 saves) recorded his first shutout in guiding visiting Lockport (7-11-3, 4-2) in the SouthWest Suburban Blue. Louis Halper was among the goal scorers for the Porters.
Andrew 1, Lincoln-Way West 0 (SO): Visiting Lincoln-Way West (12-8-3, 4-2) fell in the SouthWest Suburban Red after being outscored 4-3 in a penalty-kick shootout.
Contributing: Josh Krockey