High School Sports Roundup for Sept. 19, 2013
September 19, 2013 10:32PM
Updated: October 21, 2013 6:18AM
Plainfield North 25-22-25, Plainfield South 6-25-14: Kate Federico had 27 assists and Dakota Santore had 10 kills to lead host Plainfield North (16-1, 4-0) in the Southwest Prairie. Maddie Zyburt added 13 digs for the Tigers.
Lincoln-Way North 25-25, Joliet Central 23-19: Emily Eichholzer finished with five kills to pace host Joliet Central (4-11) in the SouthWest Suburban crossover. Kelsey Frain and Chavon Banks added four kills apiece for the Steelmen.
Lemont 25-25, Reavis 19-17: Tess Cannon had nine digs and Ali Lund added five kills for visiting Lemont (10-4, 5-1) in the South Suburban crossover.
Oswego 18-25-25, Plainfield East 25-18-23: MacKenzi Welsh posted 13 kills and Kelly Grba dished out 23 assists to lead visiting Plainfield East (7-9, 1-3). Amanda Burke added 14 digs for the Bengals in the Southwest Prairie.
Lockport 26-25, Bradley 24-16: Sarah Kurzawski and Amber Stefanski each had five kills for host Lockport (5-4) in the SouthWest Suburban crossover. Rachel Weis aided the cause for the Porters with 12 digs.
Coal City 18-25-25, Seneca 25-23-20: Emily Halliday (13 digs) and Claire Smith had 10 kills apiece for host Coal City (6-4, 4-0) in the Interstate Eight North. Kassie Aldridge aided the cause for the Coalers with 27 assists and eight digs.
Minooka 25-25, Oswego East 17-23: Megan Bauer had 10 assists and Emily Hise had six kills for host Minooka (7-4, 3-1) in the Southwest Prairie.
Wilmington 25-25, Herscher 15-23: Madeline McDonnell’s eight assists and Lindsay Melvin’s 10 digs led host Wilmington (8-8, 4-0) in the Interstate Eight South. Miranda Southall tacked on seven kills for the Wildcats.
Morris 25-25, Rochelle 8-18: Taya Torkelson had 17 assists and Kaylin Korte chipped in seven kills for host Morris (8-5, 1-1) in the Northern Illinois Big 12.
Gardner-South Wilmington 26-22-32, St. Anne 24-25-30: Sam Schultz, Bryanna DeMoraes and Breann Fisher had five kills apiece for host Gardner-South Wilmington (5-2, 2-1) in the River Valley. Emily Foley led the Panthers in assists with 10.
Dwight 25-25, Reed-Custer 4-22: Georgia Votta registered 10 digs and Paige Marquardt added four kills for host Reed-Custer (0-10, 0-4) in the Interstate Eight South.
T.F. United 3, Lemont 0: Ray Kobus, Israel Avila and Cesar Aceves netted goals for visiting T.F. United (8-2, 3-1) in the South Suburban Blue.
Westmont 4, Reed-Custer 1: B.J. Bailey scored an unassisted goal for visiting Reed-Custer in the Interstate Eight.
Morris 1, Kaneland 1: Salvador Villanueva netted a second-half goal for Morris (7-0-2, 1-0-1) in the Northern Illinois Big 12.
Lincoln-Way East 153, Lincoln-Way Central 162: Medalist Jake White recorded a 35 for Lincoln-Way East in the SouthWest Suburban Red dual at Green Garden.
Joliet Township co-op 155, Stagg 169: Jake McCollum, of Joliet Township co-op, led the field with a 37 in the SouthWest Suburban Blue meet at Palos Golf Club.
Lemont 184, Tinley Park 267: Medalist Bridget Lynn posted a 42 for Lemont in the South Suburban dual at Woodbine.
Lincoln-Way East 172, Lincoln-Way Central 183: Kelly Sterling (37) was the medalist in leading Lincoln-Way East in the SouthWest Suburban Red meet at Green Garden.
Plainfield South 197, Lincoln-Way West 247: Plainfield South’s Alex Catalano paced all competitors with a 45 at Wedgewood.
Fenwick triangular: Jen Filotto shot a team-best 56 for Joliet Catholic (235), which finished third behind St. Viator (183) and Fenwick (206). St. Viator’s Dana Gattone (34) was the medalist in the East Suburban Catholic meet at Fresh Meadows in Hillside.
Minooka 5, Plainfield East 2: Lilly Benig (No. 1) and Janile Rogers (No. 2) won their respective singles matches for host Minooka (6-2, 3-1) in the Southwest Prairie.
Benet 3, Providence 2: Sisters Maggie and Kelly Ruane prevailed at No. 1 doubles for host Providence (12-5, 2-3) in the East Suburban Catholic.
Lincoln-Way Central 5, Bradley 2: Mariah Sakellaris (No. 1 singles) won in straight sets to boost visiting Lincoln-Way Central (6-5, 2-1) in the SouthWest Suburban Red.
Morris 5, Mendota 0: Mary Bush and Carly Williamson prevailed at No. 2 doubles for visiting Morris (5-2).
Compiled by Josh Krockey