Princeton senior Lexi Bohms ran a 29:52.44 to place third in the Three Rivers Conference Meet on Tuesday at Prophet Hills Country Club in Prophetstown.
Hall senior Mac Resetich turned in a record-setting performance Friday. He ran the ball 30 times for 429 yards — an average of 14.3 yards per carry — and scored seven touchdowns in the Red Devils’ 65-44 win over Mendota.
L-P's Maalik Madrigal is doing well in his new role at running back, Putnam County players are learning in new co-op with Hall, St. Bede is entering a bye week and more in the NewsTribune Football Notebook.
La Salle-Peru senior Coleman Rundle carded an 85 on Monday to tie for seventh at the Interstate 8 Conference Meet at Mendota Golf Club in Mendota.
Here's a roundup of area sports from Saturday, Sept. 24
La Salle-Peru’s Carter Fenza and Coleman Rundle combined to shoot a 74 on Saturday to win the Mendota Modified Ryder Cup at Mendota Golf Club.
The Fieldcrest football team lost 33-14 to LeRoy on Friday in Minonk.
On the opening drive of the second half, La Salle-Peru fumbled into the end zone on a play that could have made it a one-score game. After that, Morris dominated and pulled away for a 49-7 victory.
Ayden Malavolti shot a 43 on Friday to lead the Mallards to a nonconference victory in their regular-season finale at Edgewood Park Golf Club in McNabb.
In a new role as St. Bede's setter, Amanda Wojcik is getting more comfortable. Last week she helped the Bruins to two Three Rivers Conference East Division victories and was voted NewsTribune Athlete of the Week.
Coleman Rundle carded a 36 on Thursday to earn medalist honors and lead La Salle-Peru to a 157-189 victory over IMSA at Fox Bend Golf Course in Oswego.
A look at the football statistical leaders in the NewsTribune area through four weeks of the season.
A look at this week's games for the La Salle-Peru, Hall, Mendota, Princeton, Bureau Valley, Fieldcrest and Amboy co-op football teams.
Clara Guglielmetti powered the La Salle-Peru/Ottawa swim team, plus results from men's and women's soccer, boys' soccer and girls' tennis and golf.
The La Salle-Peru boys soccer team scored twice in the second half in a 2-1 win over Morris on Wednesday