High School/Local College Sports Roundup for Sept. 10, 2013
September 10, 2013 10:28PM
Updated: October 12, 2013 6:07AM
Lincoln-Way West 25-25, Crete-Monee 8-18: Katie Davis had 17 assists and Mary Kate Gaffney added 10 kills for host Lincoln-Way West (5-3).
Plainfield East 25-25, Plainfield South 16-22: MacKenzie Walsh drilled 11 kills and Kelly Grba passed out 12 assists to lead host Plainfield East (7-6, 1-0) in the Southwest Prairie. Jordan McNeill had six kills and five digs for Plainfield South (2-6, 0-1).
Lemont 25-25, Eisenhower 14-8: Olivia Whittingham’s five kills aided host Lemont (7-2, 3-0) in the South Suburban crossover.
Joliet West 25-25, Bloom 11-10: Shannon Doran totaled nine assists and Elexis Coleman tacked on five kills for host Joliet West (4-5).
Lincoln-Way North 25-26-25, Lincoln-Way East 17-28-14: Taylor Nirchi posted 23 assists and Josie Wierzal contributed 10 kills to spearhead visiting Lincoln-Way East (2-2). Macie Lawrence added 16 digs for the Griffins in the SouthWest Suburban crossover.
Joliet Catholic 25-25, Bolingbrook 20-20: Julia Shemaitis finished with six kills and six service points for visiting Joliet Catholic (8-2). Mary Murphy tacked on 11 assists for the Angels.
Plainfield North 25-19-25, Minooka 19-25-19: Kate Federico accumulated 28 assists and Dakota Santore registered 13 kills to pace visiting Plainfield North (11-1, 1-0) in the Southwest Prairie. Megan Bauer and Kelly Clucas each racked up 14 assists for Minooka (4-4, 0-1). Skyler Day tacked on 13 kills for the Indians.
Oswego East 17-25-25, Plainfield Central 25-23-19: Ashley Shook had 16 assists, 10 kills, eight digs and four blocks to pace host Plainfield Central (3-4, 0-1). Elizabeth Hyland added 13 kills, nine digs and five blocks for the Wildcats in the Southwest Prairie.
Peotone 25-18-25, Reed-Custer 12-25-14: Rachel McBride’s 21 assists and 13 points were instrumental for host Peotone (2-2, 1-0) in the Interstate Eight North. Brianna Walski (7 assists) and Haley Richey (10 digs) aided the cause for Reed-Custer (0-3, 0-1).
Wilmington 25-5-25, Dwight 10-25-19: Madeline McDonnell had 16 assists and Sunny Winkler (9 digs) tacked on seven kills to spur host Wilmington in the Interstate Eight South.
Coal City 25-25, Plano 19-18: Kassie Aldridge had 14 assists and six digs to lead visiting Coal City (2-0, 1-0) in the Interstate Eight North. Emily Halliday added seven kills and nine digs for the Coalers.
Minooka 2, Oswego East 1 (SO): Matt Dlugopolski scored in regulation for visiting Minooka (3-3-1) in the Southwest Prairie.
Coal City 5, Sandwich 0: Jake Borgra netted a hat trick for host Coal City (1-5) in the Interstate Eight.
Plainfield Central 6, Romeoville 3: Christian Duarte was among the goal scorers for host Romeoville in the Southwest Prairie.
Plainfield South 6, Providence 0: Parker Gallt and Cesar Bautista scored two goals apiece for host Plainfield South (2-2-1).
Lincoln-Way West 4, Manteno 1: Ian McGrath scored twice and Paul Miller contributed three assists in pacing host Lincoln-Way West (3-2-1).
Lincoln-Way Central 1, Eisenhower 1: Tyler Massa scored for host Lincoln-Way Central.
Lincoln-Way East 4, Bolingbrook 1: Alan Hernandez (2 goals) and Bryan Dilberg (2 assists) propelled host Lincoln-Way East (2-2-1).
Morris 6, Ottawa 0: Ricardo Del Toro scored twice in catapulting Morris (4-0) to a berth in the championship.
Lemont 165, Bremen 222: T.J. Pipes, of Lemont, paced all individuals with a 40 in the South Suburban Blue dual at Cardinal Creek in Beecher.
Peotone triangular: Co-medalists Bryce Mortenson and Seth Galloway each shot 40 to lead Dwight co-op in the Interstate Eight meet at Green Garden’s Blue Course.
Plainfield South 187, Romeoville 255: Medalist Alex Catalano shot a 39 to lead Plainfield South in the Southwest Prairie dual at Wedgewood.
Lincoln-Way West 4, Joliet West co-op 3: Sam Sayre (No. 2 singles) improved to 8-0 in sparking visiting Lincoln-Way West in the SouthWest Suburban crossover. Katie Kaczmarz added a win at top-seeded singles for the Warriors.
Lockport 4, Lincoln-Way East 3: Jen Lee and Hana Khatib (No. 2 doubles) were among the winners for host Lockport in the SouthWest Suburban crossover. Hope Ritter prevailed at No. 1 singles for Lincoln-Way East.
Minooka 6, Plainfield Central 1: Emma VanDrie and Sarah Boeringa prevailed at No. 1 doubles for host Minooka in the Southwest Prairie.
Homewood-Flossmoor 6, Lincoln-Way Central 1: Maureen Jones won at No. 3 singles for visiting Lincoln-Way Central in the SouthWest Suburban crossover.
Boys Cross Country
Seneca quadrangular: Seneca’s Ross McCormick was the medalist, completing the course in 18 minutes, 16.6 seconds. As a team, the Irish (69 points) finished fourth behind Plano (39), Lisle (57) and Putnam County (67).
Girls Cross Country
Seneca triangular: Seneca (15) won the Interstate Eight meet behind medalist Caroline Coller (23:17.1).
Lemont 91, Reavis 79: Wins by Erin Bendle in the 50 free (28.50) and 500 free (5:54.04) guided host Lemont in the South Suburban crossover.
Green Bay Invitational: Lewis’ Robert Dofflemyer III shot a 70 to finish with a two-day score of 148 at Green Bay Golf Course. His performance helped the Flyers (618) place fourth in the six-team meet won by Green Bay (585).
St. Francis Fall Classic: St. Francis’ Houston Gass and Lewis’ Dan Petrarca tied for medalist with rounds of 1-over 72 at Inwood. Lewis (298) won the 16-team meet by finishing six shots ahead of runner-up Elmhurst. St. Francis (307) came in third.
Green Bay Invitational: Lewis (638) was fourth out of nine teams. The Flyers were led by Alexandra O’Laughlin and Rachel Sweeney, each of whom posted two-day stroke totals of 159. Indianapolis (617) was the team champion.
North Central Cardinal Classic: Krystal Garritson shot an 83 in leading St. Francis (346) to a third-place finish in the 11-team tournament at Naperbrook. North Central (327) won the crown by one stroke over Carthage.
St. Francis 25-25-25, Purdue-Calumet 10-17-13: Danielle Conrad had 23 assists and Laura Wills added nine kills for host St. Francis (5-4, 1-0) in the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference.
Contributing: Josh Krockey