Sports Highlights for Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017

The Lady Missiles' Rebecca Waite (22) tips the ball over the net as Orangeville's Emma Baker (13) tries to make the stop. Milledgeville won in two sets at home 26-24 and 25-21.
The Lady Missiles' Rebecca Waite (22) tips the ball over the net as Orangeville's Emma Baker (13) tries to make the stop. Milledgeville won in two sets at home 26-24 and 25-21.

Varsity football schedule


Dakota at Amboy

Pecatonica/Durand at East Dubuque

Forreston at Galena

Warren at Le-Win

West Carroll at EPC (Pearl City)

AFC at Milledgeville

Freeport Aquin at River Ridge

Polo at Stockton

Geneseo at LaSalle-Peru

Ottawa at DeKalb

Rochelle at Sterling

Port Byron Riverdale vs. Fulton at Clinton Lumberkings Stadium

Rockridge at Bureau Valley

Morrison at Orion

Sterling Newman at Spring Valley Hall

Sherrard at Erie/Prophetstown

Kewanee at Princeton

Machesney Park Harlem at Belvidere

Belvidere North at Rockford Guilford

Rockford Boylan at Freeport

Rockford Auburn at Rockton Hononegah

Rockford East at Rockford Jefferson


Orangeville at Kirkland-Hiawatha

Monmouth-Roseville at Peru St. Bede

Varsity football scores

SEPT. 29

EPC 40, Galena 0: The Wildcatz (4-2) pitched a shuout against the Pirates on the road in an NUIC Northwest contest. Jayden Kempel scored on touchdown runs of 30, 2 and 2 yards, finishing with 179 yards on 20 carries. Braeden Heeren (10 rushes, 73 yards) rumbled 13 yards to make it 14-0 halfway through the second. Jarod Kempel (12 rushes, 123 yards) found the end zone with a minute to go in the third, and Caleb Tichler caught a 2-yard pass from Braden Smargiassi to cap the scoring for EPC.

Milledgeville 58, Warren 30: The Missiles became playoff eligible with their fifth win in an NUIC Upstate shootout on the road. Milledgeville led just 22-16 at the half, but pulled away late over the Warriors.

Dakota 10, West Carroll 8: Having allowed just one touchdown in its past four games, West Carroll made sure defense was going to be the theme in Friday’s NUIC Northwest game at Dakota.

When it looked like the Thunder were going to make a loud statement to the rest of the division, Indians sophomore Nolan Lentz provided a much larger boom – off his foot.

Lentz capped off a defensive tussle with a 24-yard field goal with 21 seconds left, becoming the hero of Dakota’s homecoming while the Thunder were left reeling after a 10-8 loss.

“My team did a good job getting me in position to kick a field goal,” Lentz said. “Without them, we wouldn’t have been in that position.”

West Carroll (4-2, 3-2 NUIC Northwest) gained an 8-7 lead with 8:20 remaining in the game after senior quarterback Kody Plattenberger connected with twin brother Kaleb on a straight-down-the-middle pass for a 39-yard touchdown. The quarterback called his own number for a successful 2-point conversion.

“That’s one of the toughest [losses],” Kody Plattenberger said. “To come down and score after being down the whole game, and [Dakota] has a nice little drive. Just a nice kick by [Lentz] there.”

Dakota (5-1, 5-1) had a lead for the majority of the game, coming after Brock Duncan caught a 37-yard pass from Kyle Bordner for a 7-0 Indians lead after one quarter. Dakota could have ended the half with a 10-0 advantage, but Lentz missed a 34-yard field goal as time expired. His kick was too low, and he wasn’t going to let that happen again when it mattered most.

“I just didn’t kick the ball well the first time,” Lentz said. Of Dakota’s 44 rushing plays, only one went for more than 10 yards. The Indians gained 169 yards on the ground and 141 through the air to end with an even 300 yards. The Thunder managed only nearly half of that total. Linebackers Devon Murray and Chance Williams led the Thunder defense with two tackles for loss.

Polo 29, River Ridge 8: After scoring a go-ahead touchdown late in the third quarter of Friday’s 29-8 NUIC Upstate victory over River Ridge, Polo running back Reid Taylor was shoved, keister over tea kettle, by a frustrated River Ridge defender. Three officials simultaneously threw flags in the air. Then, hostile words were exchanged in a manner one-sided enough that whatever flags weren’t already on the ground soon were, as River Ridge was tagged for an additional unsportsmanlike conduct infraction.

The 15-yard penalties were assessed on the ensuing kickoff, allowing the Marcos to attempt a freebie onside kick from the Wildcats’ own 30-yard line. It was successful, and three plays later, Taylor scored again, capping a wild turnaround from what had been a frustrating game for the homecoming-celebrating Marcos.

“I think it was just frustration,” Taylor said of the shove. “They knew they could play with us, and it was just frustration boiling over.”

For his part, Taylor seemed genuinely more impressed than upset with the Wildcats, who entered the season having won just two games combined over the past two seasons.

“That team is not River Ridge from my freshman or sophomore year,” he said. “That’s a team that’s going to do some stuff later on.”

The Marcos trailed 8-7 at halftime, and it wasn’t a fluke. On the contrary, Polo was lucky to be trailing by just a point. With less than 5 minutes to go in the first half, the Marcos had run just seven plays compared to 32 for River Ridge. Nothing was working for Polo until it orchestrated a seven-play, 55-yard scoring drive just before halftime.

“They played better than us the entire first half,” Polo coach Jeff Bumstead said. “We went over all week long the stuff they were going to do. It was lack of effort on our part, not lack of preparation.”

The third quarter was a much different story. Following the madness that surrounded Taylor’s two scores, Marcos defensive lineman Nathan Pratt busted the game wide open by intercepting a River Ridge pass and hustling 30 yards untouched for a touchdown to give the game its final score.

Sterling Newman 55, Bureau Valley 6: Newman scored on its first five drives, then added three more second-half touchdowns in a win over Bureau Valley on Friday at Roscoe Eades Stadium. The Comets (6-0, 3-0 Three Rivers Rock) had two first-quarter touchdowns from Cade Gorzny to cap an 11-play, 79-yard drive and a six-play, 45-yard drive.

After Easton Bianchi set the Comets up at the Bureau Valley 4 with an interception and return, Chase Graham scored on the next play. Bianchi rushed nine times for 143 yards in the game, Luke Olson rushed nine times for 112 yards, and Gorzny carried 12 times for 81 yards.

“We talked to our coaches and they said, ‘Stop looking for the cutbacks like you normally do, just use your speed and get to the outside,’” Bianchi said. Bureau Valley quarterback Tyler Gustafson completed 14 of his 30 passes for 232 yards and a touchdown, but also was intercepted three times and sacked three times. Drew Ackman dropped Gustafson for a 17-yard loss on one of those sacks, contributing to the Storm losing yardage on their second drive of the game.

The Storm (4-2, 1-1, TRAC Rock) got the ball moving on their fourth drive, with the big play coming when Gustafson scrambled and hit Kale Barnett for a 61-yard gain to the Newman 2.

“The defensive line kind of got to me, so I had make my own play,” Gustafson said. “I was scrambling and I saw [Barnett] go a little deeper, and I just threw the ball up to him and he got it.”

Gustafson capped off the drive with a touchdown pass to Kosuke Kurokawa. BV got the ball to the Comets’ 1 later in the second quarter with a pair of Gustafson passes to Nate Paul, but Newman’s Nick Eddinger intercepted Gustafson’s next pass at the goal line.

While Bureau Valley passed the ball well, the run game was entirely bottled up. Of BV’s 24 rushing plays, only 10 got positive yardage.

“They have gargoyles,” Bureau Valley coach Joe Schmitt said of the Newman defensive line. “They were coming downhill and being extremely physical. Coach [Mike] Papoccia does an excellent job preparing. We tried to run some option football with the heavy set, but up front they are excellent, and their second level is excellent.”

Bianchi ran up the middle, then outran the BV defense down the left sideline for a 65-yard TD to open the second half, and when Olson scored another touchdown later in the third, it was Newman’s third one-play scoring drive of the game.

Orion 42, Fulton 0: The Chargers took advantage of some absences from key Steamers and a second-quarter injury to Austin Schroeder to roll Fulton on its home field. Brothers Sam and Seth West combined for five touchdowns for Orion. Fulton (4-2) rushed 46 times for just 109 yards, and Max Lemke completed 2 of 7 passes for 24 yards.

Riverdale 15, Morrison 14: For the second straight week, Morrison suffered a Three Rivers Rock loss on a last-minute touchdown, this week against Riverdale. The Rams’ Brett Murphy hit Karson Smeltzly for a 13-yard TD reception with 17 seconds left. Riverdale went for the win with the 2-point conversion, and got it when Murphy found Jacob Meloan. Reilly Dolan got Morrison (3-3) on the board with a 2-yard yard with 4:51 to go in the first quarter. Aaron Deter ran in an early fourth-quarter TD from 4 yards out.

Sterling 52, Yorkville 14: With homecoming festivities and a large crowd in attendance, Yorkville was looking to put on a show by stunning Sterling on Friday night. Surprisingly, the Foxes trailed by only 10 in the final seconds of the first half, so that possibility remained, but that’s when Nyrel Sullivan made the play of the game for the Golden Warriors, and Sterling pulled away to win 52-14. Sullivan broke through a hole up the middle and then jetted along one of the sidelines for a 71-yard touchdown, crossing into the end zone with 0:00 reading on the scoreboard.

“We felt like they were trying to run out the clock,” Yorkville coach Dan McGuire said. “It’s a credit to the kid. He’s a great running back, and he kept moving his feet.”

Sterling (6-0) coach Jon Schlemmer said you can’t take a knee with Sullivan back.

“It doesn’t matter,” he said. “There was 20 seconds and if you hit a seam, you hit a seam.”

Sullivan was more than happy to make the most of the opportunity and give the Golden Warriors momentum heading into the second half.

“We didn’t want it to be 17-7 at half, and coach called a play, so I was just looking to score,” he said. “I saw a bunch of people spread deep across the field, and then got through the one hole. We had some great blocking, and I just refused to go down.”

No one has found a way to take Sullivan and his team down yet, so the Foxes became the latest squad to fail to do so. He finished with 258 yards on 23 carries, which included a 70-yard touchdown on his team’s second offensive play of the game, and a 58-yard touchdown early in the third quarter that gave Sterling a 31-7 lead. And, of course, sandwiched in between those two scores was his touchdown right before halftime.

Yorkville (1-5) really struggled to move the ball. Nico Medrano’s kickoff return was its only scoring in the first half. Medrano later made an acrobatic diving catch among a pair of defenders for a 24-yard touchdown from quarterback Ty Liaromatis, which would prove to be their lone offensive score.

“We’re not here for moral victories, so we’ve got to do a better job and figure out ways to win games,” McGuire said. “But that was a good team, and we knew that. They’re very well-coached, they run their schemes well, and they might make some noise come November.”

After all the action on the ground from Sullivan, Sterling aired it out a bit in the second half, as quarterback Trey Morse connected with Weston Sisson for a 3-yard touchdown pass late in the third quarter, and then found Nolan Sullivan for a 23-yard strike on the opening play of the fourth quarter.

Sterling concluded its scoring on Negil Bruce’s 6-yard run with 9:18 remaining.

Le-Win 54, Amoy 0: The Panthers offense ran wild on Friday evening in Lena as Le-Win crushed the Clippers. The Panthers scored five first-quarter touchdowns and built a lead that Amboy could not come back from. Le-Win added two more scores in the second quarter and one final TD in the fourth. Rahveon Valentine ran the ball six times for 158 yards and three TDs, while teammate Sean Ormiston added 103 yards on four carries with a pair of touchdowns.

Freeport Aquin 27, Orangeville 6

Stockton 45, AFC 6

Forreston 40, East Dubuque 7

Madison 28, Pecatonica/Durand 21

Byron 62, Oregon 7

Dixon 53, Stillman Valley 32

Winnebago 48, Rock Falls 21

Rockford East 34, Freeport 19

Varsity football standings

NUIC (Northwest)

Le-Win: 6-0 conference, 6-0 overall, PF: 263, PA: 52 Forreston: 4-1 conference, 5-1 overall, PF: 228, PA: 78 Dakota: 4-1 conference, 5-1 overall, PF: 178, PA: 86 EPC: 4-2 conference, 4-2 overall, PF: 208, PA: 71 West Carroll: 3-2 conference, 4-2 overall, PF: 160, PA: 50 Amboy: 2-3 conference, 2-4 overall, PF: 72, PA: 149 East Dubuque: 1-5 conference, 1-5 overall, PF: 72, PA: 236 Pecatonica/Durand: 0-5 conference, 0-6 overall, PF: 39, PA: 246 Galena: 0-5 conference, 0-6 overall, PF: 22, PA: 208

NUIC (Upstate)

Freeport Aquin: 3-0 conference, 5-1 overall, PF: 178, PA: 90 Stockton: 4-0 conference, 4-2 overall, PF: 160, PA: 75 Milledgeville: 3-1 conference, 5-1 overall, PF: 201, PA: 92 Polo: 3-2 conference, 4-2 overall, PF: 151, PA: 76 Orangeville: 3-3 conference, 3-3 overall, PF: 138, PA: 85 AFC: 1-3 conference, 2-4 overall, PF: 110, PA: 160 River Ridge: 1-4 conference, 2-4 overall, PF: 62, PA: 123 Warren: 0-6 conference, 0-6 overall, PF: 58, PA: 255

Three Rivers (Rock)

Sterling Newman: 4-0 conference, 6-0 overall, PF: 259, PA: 48 Orion: 2-1 conference, 4-1 overall, PF: 241, PA: 56 Rockridge: 2-1 conference, 4-1 overall, PF: 179, PA: 92 Fulton: 2-2 conference, 4-2 overall, PF: 207, PA: 158 Bureau Valley: 1-2 conference, 4-2 overall, PF: 134, PA: 200 Riverdale: 1-3 conference, 2-4 overall, PF: 95, PA: 179 Morrison: 0-3 conference, 3-3 overall, PF: 151, PA: 155

Northern IL Big 12

Sterling: 2-0 conference, 6-0 overall, PF: 279, PA: 50 Rochelle: 2-0 conference, 4-2 overall, PF: 220, PA: 105 LaSalle-Peru: 1-1 conference, 4-2 overall, PF: 114, PA: 114 Geneseo: 1-2 conference, 3-3 overall, PF: 129, PA: 134 Ottawa: 0-3 conference, 1-5 overall, PF: 75, PA: 149


Rockford Auburn: 6-0 conference, 6-0 overall, PF: 184, PA: 57 Rockton Hononegah: 6-0 conference, 6-0 overall, PF: 220, PA: 77 Machesney Park Harlem: 4-2 conference, 4-2 overall, PF: 170, PA: 134 Rockford East: 4-2 conference, 4-2 overall, PF: 96, PA: 96 Rockford Guilford: 3-3 conference, 3-3 overall, PF: 141, PA: 172 Belvidere North: 2-4 conference, 2-4 overall, PF: 138, PA: 115 Freeport: 2-4 conference, 2-4 overall, PF: 121, PA: 209 Rockford Boylan: 2-4 conference, 2-4 overall, PF: 153, PA: 135 Belvidere: 1-5 conference, 1-5 overall, PF: 103, PA: 246 Rockford Jefferson: 0-6 conference, 0-6 overall, PF: 114, PA: 199

Varsity volleyball schedule


Peru St. Bede at Sterling Newman


Dakota at Milledgeville

Freeport Aquin at Forreston

Morrison at Sherrard

Fulton at Rockridge

River Ridge at Pearl City

Pecatonica/Durand at Polo


Sterling at Dixon tourney


Milledgeville at Freeport Aquin


Galena at Eastland

West Carroll at East Dubuque

Morrison at Erie

Pearl City at Scales Mound

Orion at Fulton

Forreston at Polo

Orangeville at Freeport Aquin

Sterling Newman at Spring Valley Hall

Belvidere at Freeport

Geneseo at Sterling

Varsity volleyball scores

SEPT. 25

Eastland 2, Le-Win 1 (17-25, 28-26, 25-23): Katie Krogman had 18 kills and 13 digs as the Cougars slipped past the Panthers in Lanark. Gabby Snyder had 33 digs for Eastland, and Jordan Miller added 18 digs and 3 aces. Erin Henze dished 21 assists, and Erica Dambman added 17. For Le-Win, Jaden Julius had 11 kills. The Panthers’ record fell to 14-5.

Forreston 2, Milledgeville 0 (25-12, 25-17): Katie Erdmann (12) and Allison Bondele (8) combined for 20 kills as the Cardinals defeated the visiting Missiles. Courtney Timm finished with 22 assists, and Shianne Mitchell added 14 digs for Forreston.

Stockton 2, Pearl City 0 (25-17, 25-16): Caitlyn Krell had 10 assists and a block in a losing effort for the Lady Wolves at home. Teammates Brooke Hass and Libby Dixon each added a pair of kills and a block.

Fulton 2, Morrison 0 (25-14, 25-22): Emily Schipper had 10 kills and 4 digs to lead Fulton over visiting Morrison. Also for the Steamers, Brooke Huizenga had 8 assists, 5 aces and 4 kills, Kearston Norman had 5 digs and 4 assists, and Racheal Huizenga added 4 digs and 3 kills. For Morrison, Makayla Troutman had 3 kills and 2 aces, Madison Steines had 8 digs, and Emily Szabo added 5 digs, 3 blocks and 2 kills.

Durand 2, Dakota 1 (25-16, 23-25, 25-19)

AFC 2, Amboy 1 (14-25, 25-17, 27-25)

Pecatonica 2, Orangeville 1 (25-21, 20-25, 25-19)

Sycamore 2, Dixon 1 (24-26, 25-22, 28-26)

SEPT. 26

West Carroll 2, Warren 0 (25-21, 25-20)

Pecatonica 2, Milledgeville 0 (25-17, 25-9)

Rockridge 2, Morrison 0 (25-15, 25-20)

Sterling Newman 2, Princeton 1 (25-13, 19-25, 25-23)

Forreston 2, Orangeville 0 (25-13, 25-22)

Galena 2, Le-Win 0 (25-23, 25-22)

Fulton 2, Sherrard 0 (25-23, 25-16)

Freeport 2, Rockford Jefferson 0

Dakota 2, AFC 0 (25-21, 25-17)

Durand 2, Amboy 0 (25-11, 25-6)

LaSalle-Peru 2, Sterling 1 (25-27, 25-19, 25-21)

Stillman Valley 2, Dixon 1 (24-26, 25-17, 25-19)

Riverdale 2, Erie 0 (25-21, 25-17)

Winnebago 2, Byron 0 (25-20, 25-18)

Rock Falls 2, North Boone 0 (25-10, 25-14)

SEPT. 27

Eastland 2, Warren 0 (25-19, 25-23): Katie Krogman had 6 kills, 5 digs, 4 aces and a stuff block to lead the Cougars to an NUIC West victory on the road. Sage Walrath led the way with 7 kills, and Gabby Snyder had a team-high 10 digs for Eastland. Erin Henze dished 14 assists and served 2 aces, and Erica Dambman added 9 assists in the win.

SEPT. 28

Milledgeville 2, Orangeville 0 (26-24, 25-21): The Missiles beat the Broncos at home for an NUIC East victory. Rebecca Waite paced the attack for Milledgeville with 13 kills, and had 4 assists. Kourtney Queckboerner had a team-high 13 digs and 2 aces. Makaylee Merkel and Sabreena Hartman had 8 digs apiece. Holly Smith passed out 12 assists and had 5 kills.

Galena 2, Pearl City 0 (25-17, 25-20): Tyra Clark had 4 kills, 8 digs, a block and a service ace in a losing effort against the Lady Pirates in Pearl City. Teammate Caitlyn Krell chipped in with 16 assists and a block along with a service ace.

Le-Win 2, East Dubuque 0 (25-12, 30-28): Madilyn Schultz had 8 kills for the Lady Panthers as they improved their record to 15-6. Jaden Julius added 7 kills.

Sterling Newman 2, Kewanee 0 (25-18, 25-23): The Comets dispatched the Boilers in a TRAC East match in Sterling. Lauren Wilson dished out 7 assists, and had 6 service points and 5 kills. Madison Craft passed out 15 assists. Hannah McCarty and Hannah Wilson combined for 8 kills and 7 blocks. Aidan Brown recorded a team-high 7 kills. Savannah Skinner had 10 digs, while Delaney Hinrichs had 8 digs and 7 service points.

Sterling 2, Sycamore 0 (25-13, 25-15): The Golden Warriors beat the Spartans in straight sets in a NIB-12 road match. Macie Good had six kills and three blocks, Lexi Rodriguez had eight digs and four aces, and Breelyn Borum had nine assists and eight digs.

Pecatonica 2, Polo 0 (25-13, 25-8): The Marcos fell in straight sets at home to the Indians.

Rilley Peterson had five kills, and Becca Wagner added three. Mallory Patterson had three assists and three digs, while Lexi Cox had three assists and a kill.

Freeport Aquin 2, AFC 1 (27-25, 9-25, 25-15): Emily Shrimplin passed out 22 assists, and Jaynee and Madeline Prestegaard combined for 19 kills in an NUIC East home loss to the Bulldogs. Jaynee Prestegaard had a team-high 12 kills, while Madeline added seven and two blocks. Shrimplin also had two blocks. Sammy Smith finished with 10 service points and eight digs. Callie Shrimplin also had 8 digs.

Scales Mound 2, West Carroll 0 (25-18, 25-10)

Durand 2, Forreston 0 (25-22, 25-19)

Rock Falls 2, Rockford Christian 0 (25-23, 25-7)

Bureau Valley 2, Prophetstown 1 (25-16, 22-25, 25-22)

SEPT. 30

Bureau Valley 2, Fulton 0 (25-18, 25-17)

Sterling 2, Rockford Jefferson 0 (25-7, 25-16)

Fulton 2, Pecatonica 0 (27-25, 25-13)

Sterling Newman 2, AFC 1 (25-9, 23-25, 15-9)

Metamora 2, Morrison 0 (25-15, 25-11)

Sterling Newman 2, Fulton 0 (25-17, 25-18)

Sterling 2, Morrison 0 (27-25, 25-16)

Fulton 2, Pecatonica 0 (25-15, 25-13)

Fulton 2, Rockford Jefferson 0 (25-21, 25-11)

Sterling Newman 2, Pecatonica 1 (25-19, 24-26, 15-10)

Rockford Lutheran 2, Morrison 0 (25-15, 25-11)

West Carroll 2, Peoria 1 (21-19, 20-22, 15-6)

Sterling 2, AFC 0 (25-14, 25-17)

Morrison 2, Rochelle 1 (20-25, 25-19, 25-12)

AFC 2, Fulton 0 (25-14, 25-19)

Sterling 2, Sterling Newman 0 (25-11, 25-14)

Bloomington Central Catholic 2, Sterling Newman 0 (27-25, 25-19)

Monmouth United 2, West Carroll 0

Sterling 2, Metamora 0 (25-19, 25-23)

Girls golf results

SEPT. 25

at Prophet Hills, Prophetstown

Prophetstown: 227 Orion: 247 Le-Win/Pearl City: 275

Medalist: Haley DeLille, Orion: 52

LW/PC scores: Sydney Monks: 58, Mackenzie Endress: 70, Liana Rosenstiel: 71, April Woolcock: 76

at Prairie View, Byron

Dixon: 217 Byron: 273

at Elliot, Rockford

Rockford Lutheran: 163 Rock Falls: 273

at Chapel Hill, Princeton

Erie: 189 Sherrard: 192 Princeton: 193

SEPT. 26

at Sandburr Run, Thomson

Galena: 205 West Carroll: 244

Medalist: Anna Hulscher, Galena: 48

West Carroll scores: Hannah Guilinger: 55, Emily Hartman: 61, Bella Mendoza: 62, Celia Hartman: 66, Corey Johnston: 71, Sam Knight: 72

NIB-12 Conference Tournament

at Fairways, Rochelle

Geneseo Green: 344 Yorkville: 355 LaSalle-Peru: 406 Sterling: 413 Geneseo White: 431

Sterling scores: Emma Boze: 99, Abby Sheets: 99, Averi Heintzelman: 106, Julia Hoffman: 109, Olivia Schwingle: 110

SEPT. 28

NUIC Conference Tournament

at Wolf Hollow, Lena

Top Team scores

East Dubuque: 396 Galena: 398 Eastland/Milledgeville: 406 West Carroll: 433 Dakota: 482 Le-Win/Pearl City: 570

Top Individual scores

Sedona Smith, Freeport Aquin: 82 Megan Gille, Stockton: 83 Madison Feyen, East Dubuque: 88 Maggie Bald, Freeport Aquin: 89 Tiana Timpe, Stockton: 93 Chloe Anderson, Eastland/Milledgeville: 95 tie-Megan Call, Polo; Abby Moyer, Galena; Steph Soppe, Galena: 96 tie-Jenna French, Eastland/Milledgeville; Sam Greenfield, Forreston: 99 Emma Norton, Eastland/Milledgeville: 100 tie-Emily Hartman, West Carroll; Ava Beavee, East Dubuque: 101 Anna Hulscher, Galena: 102

Other E/MV scores: Naomi Mullen: 112, Ashley Janssen: 118

Other WC scores: Hannah Guilinger: 105, Bella Mendoza: 109, Corey Johnston: 118, Celia Hartman: 124, Sam Knight: 135

Other LW/PC scores: Sydney Monks: 120, Liana Rosenstiel: 129, Mackenzie Endress: 130, April Woolcock: 191

Boys golf results

SEPT. 26

at Sandburr Run, Thomson

Galena: 177 West Carroll: 185

Medalist: Tyler Moran, Galena: 41

West Carroll scores: Aaron Haring: 44, Deacon Hill: 44, Ethan Reiland: 46, Jacob McLuckie: 51, Brody Artman: 52, Ty Aljets: 58

at Elliot, Rockford

Rockford Christian: 159 Dixon: 186 Forreston: 188

at Valley View, Cambridge

Three Rivers Conference Tournament

Riverdale: 306 Sterling Newman: 329 Bureau Valley: 336 Peru St. Bede: 337 Rockridge: 339 Fulton: 342 Prophetstown: 351 Princeton: 356 Sherrard: 359 Morrison: 382 Kewanee: 387 Orion: 392 Spring Valley Hall: 407 Erie: 413

Sterling Newman scores: Jacob Rude: 76, Cael Sanders: 81, Blake Wolfe: 82, Cody Britt: 90, Josh Payan: 100, Blake Gockel: 117

Fulton scores: Jason Sikkema: 80, Andrew Schrader: 82, Alex Hartman: 85, Patrick Wiebenga: 95, Brady Schaver: 96, Josh Vanderploeg: 104

Morrison scores: Corbin Wilkins: 86, Adam Lindstrom: 96, Noah VanZuiden: 100, Ryan Damhoff: 100, Jacob Brown: 125

SEPT. 27

NIB-12 Conference Tournament

at Senica’s Oak Ridge, LaSalle

Geneseo: 337 Sterling: 340 Ottawa: 345 Rochelle: 378 LaSalle-Peru: 384

Sterling scores: Nick Ceruzzi: 77, Nate Olson: 80, Luke Steinke: 91, Joe Sivits: 92, Jake Alston: 93, Charles Lehman: 103

SEPT. 28

NUIC Conference Tournament

at Wolf Hollow, Lena

Top Team scores

Freeport Aquin: 334 Galena: 348 River Ridge: 353 Polo: 355 Stockton: 366 East Dubuque: 367 Amboy: 368 Forreston: 371 Le-Win/Pearl City: 375 Eastland/Milledgeville: 377 West Carroll: 388 Dakota: 398 Pecatonica: 422

Top Individual scores

Alex Staver, Stockton: 78 Caleb Sarff, Amboy: 79 Javier Jazo, Freeport Aquin: 80 tie-Mack Llanas, Polo; Tyler Moran, Galena: 82 tie-Trevin Woodin, Polo; Bennett Reese, River Ridge: 83 tie-Lane Hopkins, Polo; Brock Thiesen, Freeport Aquin: 84 tie-Couy Barkau, Freeport Aquin; Connor Shoemaker, Freeport Aquin: 85 Andrew Brown, River Ridge: 87 tie-Ethan Reiland, West Carroll; Collin Williamson, East Dubuque; Andrew Bratina, Forreston; Cody Allendorf, Galena; Jaryd Breece, Le-Win/Pearl City; Connor Brown, River Ridge: 88

Eastland/Milledgeville scores: Kaden Henze: 89, Ethan Doty: 93, Dawson DeMichele: 97, Brock Coatney: 98, Riley Stover: 100, Treyton Selman: 101, Brady Balk: 104

Other West Carroll scores: Deacon Hill: 96, Aaron Haring: 97, Ty Aljets: 107, Jacob McLuckie: 109, Brody Artman: 115

Other Polo scores: Scott Prerost: 106, Hayden Bittinger: 108, Logan Albrecht: 108, Justin Young: 113

Other Forreston scores: Christian Groenewold: 93, Mavric Rudy: 94, Mark DeWall: 96, Lane Lundquist: 101, Kolton Rudy: 105, James DeWall: 125

Other Aquin scores: Brady Sheehan: 101, Greg Yount: 106, Jackson Hilby: 119

Other LW/PC scores: Garrett Handsaker: 93, Logan Gassman: 97, Mitchell Brinkmeier: 97, Shawn Capp: 107, Braden Baldauf: 111, Andrew Scheider: 120

Other RR scores: Derek Lehman: 95, James Sullivan: 99, Tayden Paterson: 105, Alex Nesbit: 105

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