Kaneland continued its red-hot season in Sandwich on Tuesday with a 25-15, 25-15 win.
The Knights improved to 12-1 overall and 3-0 against Interstate Eight Conference foes with the victory.
IMSA 2, Indian Creek 1: At Shabbona, the Timberwolves dropped a close match at home.
Audrey Witte had eight kills, and Clara Hulthen had 12 assists in the loss.
Genoa-Kingston 5, Dixon 0: At Dixon, the Cogs secured a decisive win to improve to 11-1-0.
Junior Leon scored three times in the victory, while Eagan Reams was involved on all five goals as he scored two and assisted on all three of Leon’s.
Aaron Acosta recorded the shutout at keeper.
Aurora Christian 6, Indian Creek 1: At Aurora, the Timberwolves struggled to mount much defense in a one-sided loss.
Christian Meier scored Indian Creek’s lone goal.
Naperville North 3, DeKalb 0: At DeKalb, the Barbs were unable to muster any offense against Naperville.
Sycamore 170, Rochelle 193: At Rochelle Country Club, David Beaty and Ethan Fischer shared medalist honors with twin rounds of 41 to lead the Spartans to victory.
Ryan Polly and Evan Kutz each shot 44 to add qualifying scores.
H-BR triangular: At Indian Oaks, Hinckley-Big Rock came out on top in the triangular, scoring a 173 to comfortably beat Indian Creek (220) and Somonauk (235).
Richard Hintzsche was the medalist with a 41 for the Royals in the victory.
Byron 197, Genoa-Kingston 208: At Swan Hills, the Cogs had some nice performances in spite of the loss, particularly from Natalie Wells as she improved upon her previous best round by five strokes.
Wells led the Cogs with a 47 and Cortlyn Tetzloff tied her personal best round with a 49.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
IMSA Meet: At Aurora, Indian Creek’s Caroline Bend was the individual winner with a time of 19:32 at a meet hosted by the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy.
Sycamore 3, Kaneland 2: At Sycamore, the Spartans came out on top.
Two Spartans’ wins at No. 1 and No. 2 doubles made the difference, while the two singles matches were split. Evie Taylor won No. 1 singles for the Knights, 5-7, 6-2, 6-2, and Elizabeth Kleckner came out on top, 6-2, 6-2, in no. 2 singles for Sycamore.