Francisco Moreno and Jimmy Nugnes each scored a pair of goals to lead DePue-Hall to a Princeton 6-1 victory in boys soccer DePue Tuesday night.
Mauricio Ruiz and Elli Dunne each scored a goal for the Little Giants while Andres Moreno made 21 saves.
St. Bede def. Kewanee 25-23, 27-25: Emily Robbins had seven assists, four kills and three aces as the Bruins picked up a Three Rivers Conference East Division victory in Kewanee.
Payton Giordano had 13 digs and an ace for St. Bede, while Ali Bosnich added five kills and a block.
At Coal Valley: Brendan Pillion carded a 42 to share medalist honors to lead St. Bede to a victory in a Three Rivers Conference triangular at Oakwood Country Club.
Also scoring for the Bruins were Luke Tunnell (44), Logan Potthoff (45) and Trenton Acuncius (45).
At Walnut: Elijah House ran a 17:37 to win the individual title and Ben Roth finished third (18:20) to lead Bureau Valley to the team title at a five-team meet Tuesday. The Storm scored 34 points to top second-place Princeton (50).
Evan Entas (8th, 20:39), Payton Walowski (10th, 21:08), Rhiley Pinter (12th, 22:02), Landon Hulsing (20th, 23:25), and Cameron Stodghill (24th, 24:18) rounded out the field for the Storm.
Christian Yepson led the Tigers in fifth place in 19:04 with Mack Williams seventh (19:21), Jake May 11th (21:46), Gabriel Glass 13th (22:07) and Trent Schafer 15th (22:39) and Joshua Roth 18th (23:12).
In the girls race, Amalie Graversgaard ran a 23:44 to place fourth to lead the Storm to a 26-29 win over Eastland. She was followed by Jillian Hulsing (6th, 25:34.4), Darla Kepner (9th, 26:01), Allison Larkin (13th, 28:57), and Kaleen Carlson (15th, 31:39).
Princeton’s Lexi Bohms (2nd 22:01) and Hannah Muehlschlegel (3rd, 23:40) were right behind Graversgaard. Also for PHS, Hope Crouch was 11th (27:36) and Ella Grey 14th (31:08).
Natalee Martin (21:43) of Kewanee was the race winner.
At Ottawa: St. Bede’s Miguel Jones was seventh in 19:06 and Madelyn Torrance 14th (25:20) for St. Bede Tuesday in an eight-school meet.
JUNIOR HIGH SOFTBALL
Bureau Valley and Princeton Logan fell in IESA regional softball championship games Tuesday.
The Storm went down in defeat 6-1 to Mercer County in the 1A regional finals at Williamsfield.
In 2A, Kewanee shut out Logan 6-0 at Dunlap. Logan finished the season at 18-2.