High School Sports Roundup for Aug. 26, 2013
August 26, 2013 10:30PM
Updated: September 28, 2013 6:08AM
Richards 25-25, Thornwood 17-9: Shannon Gardner and Megan Albon pounded six kills apiece to lead visiting Richards. Madison Schweitzer dished out 10 assists to lead Thornwood.
Joliet Catholic 25-26, Stagg 18-24: Hannah Yandel had nine assists and Kelly Runyon accumulated 10 digs to guide visiting Stagg. Lexi Mantas (4 blocks) and Megan Hearne chipped in four kills apiece for the Chargers.
Shepard 25-20-25, Illiana Christian 17-25-21: Caroline Graham had 26 assists to aid visiting Shepard. Kendall Yerkes (9 kills, 14 digs) and Bri Volpentestas (16 digs) also starred for the Astros.
No. 1 Stagg 2, Wheaton North 1: John Zajac and Matt Kois scored for host Stagg.
Chicago Christian 2, Shepard 2: Getenet Timmermans had both goals for visiting Chicago Christian. Mike Kaczmarczyk and Colm McGhee scored for Shepard.
Lincoln-Way Central 3, Plainfield South 0: Tyler Massa, Jacob Massa and Matt Crnich scored for visiting Lincoln-Way Central. J.T. Schmitt (6 saves) recorded the shutout.
Marian Catholic 2, Andrew 0: Alex Guarino scored twice to propel visiting Marian Catholic.
River Valley/Southland Challenge
Illinois Lutheran 5, Rich East 0: Evan Henschel’s four goals showed the way for Illinois Lutheran in Crete.
Rich South 7, St. Anne 0: Mike Arriaga (3 goals) and Jaime Flores (2 goals, 4 assists) played leading roles for Rich South.
Crete-Monee 3, Grant Park 1: Brandon Hickey, Christian Stewart and Koran Spencer were the goal scoreres for host Crete-Monee.
Beecher 11, Rich Central 0: Marshall Landis had two goals and two assists for Beecher at Illinois Lutheran.
Oak Forest 157, Eisenhower 181: Oak Forest’s Connor Lille and Eisenhower’s Vinny Curta shared medalist honors with rounds of 37 in the South Suburban crossover at George Dunne National.
Oak Lawn 176, Bremen 199: Oak Lawn’s Joe Cuculich (39) was the medalist in the South Suburban crossover Cardinal Creek.
Wheaton Academy 158, Chicago Christian 161: Blaine Wright, of Chicago Christian, led all competitors with a 36 in the Suburban Christian dual at Silver Lake.
Evergreen Park 153, Hillcrest 208: Evergreen Park’s Ronnie O’Toole carded a 34 to secure medalist accolades in the South Suburban crossover at The Meadows.
Tinley Park 188, Reavis 199: Medalist Andrew Hall finished with a 45 to lead Tinley Park in the South Suburban crossover at Stony Creek.
Illiana Christian 161, Crete-Monee 213: Illiana Christian’s Matthew Zandstra was the medalist by virtue of his 2-over 37 at Palmira.
Providence 150, Joliet Catholic 171: Ryan Miller, of Providence, fired a 35 to lead all golfers at the Joliet Country Club.
Lincoln-Way Central 162, Bolingbrook 179: Medalist Tony Kestel (38) and Matt Kadubek (39) sparked Lincoln-Way Central in the SouthWest Suburban crossover at Bolingbrook Golf Club.
Lincoln-Way North 161, Rich South 247: Lincoln-Way North teammates John Orowick, Joey Oakes and Alex Maksymiak registered 40s in sharing medalist honors at Ravisloe.
Lemont 188, West Aurora 189: Bridget Lynn, of Lemont, was the medalist after carding a 41 at Woodbine.
Marist 177, Minooka 198: Marist’s Ashley Kay (39) had the best score at Heritage Bluffs in Channahon.
Andrew Scramble: Nicole Huss, Micaela Petrarca, Karoline Perko and Kelly Sterling led Lincoln-Way East’s A squad to first place with a 3-under 26 at Silver Lake’s Rolling Hills course. The A squads from Providence (26) and Lincoln-Way Central (27) were second and third, respectively, in the 18-team event.
Rich South 3, Bremen 2: Melissa Jackson (No. 1) and Rebekah Arriaga (No. 2) posted singles wins for host Rich South.
Lemont 5, Eisenhower 0: Lisa Gawron prevailed at top-seeded singles for visiting Lemont in the South Suburban crossover.
Marian Catholic 3, Oak Forest 2: Gabrielle Valendon and Abby Tierney won at No. 2 doubles to aid host Marian Catholic. Eva LaRoche and Megan Fraider prevailed at No. 1 doubles for Oak Forest.
Lincoln-Way Central 5, Aurora Central Catholic 2: Sarah Florek and Hannah Richardson won at top-seeded singles for host Lincoln-Way Central.