Genoa-Kingston added five more wins to its impressive tally on Saturday to improve to 19-0 on the season by sweeping through the Hampshire Invite.
The tournament championship was the third of the season for the Cogs so far and though they are a 2A squad, the title came against teams from 3A and 4A.
G-K started with a 25-17, 25-19 win over Bartlett, then took down the host Whip-Purs 25-15, 25-19 and defeated Burlington Central 25-18, 25-20.
They then advanced to the semis and dashed to another two-set win by beating Sycamore 25-21, 25-18 and wrapped up the stellar day with a 25-18, 23-25, 15-8 win over Burlington Central to secure the championship crown.
Pearl City Tournament: At Pearl City, the Timberwolves started tournament action with a 1-1 tie in the opening match. After dropping the opening set 25-14, IC bounced back with a 25-19 win in set two to force the tie.
In their second game in Pearl City, the ‘Wolves picked up a 26-24, 25-14 win over Erie. In the third game, they played to another tie — this time a 17-25. 25-18 draw with Polo.
In the semifinals, IC took its first loss of the day, falling 2-0 to Rockridge. In their final match, the Timberwolves took down East Dubuque 18-25, 25-18, 25-20 so secure a third-place tournament finish.
Dixon 4, Hinckley-Big Rock 1: At Dixon, Landon Roop scored the Royals’ lone goal in a road loss.
Tyler Smith made the assist on Roop’s goal.
Oregon 2, Indian Creek 1: At Oregon, the Timberwolves came up just short on the road.
Mark Magden scored for IC on a rebound of a shot from Luke Barton.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Dale Donner Invitational: At Manlius, Caroline Bend took fifth place out of 164 runners on the individual scoreboard for Indian Creek.
Wessels Memorial Tournament: At Oregon, Hinckley-Big Rock took fifth place led by a second place individual finish from Elliot McGuire.
McGuire shot a 79 to achieve his runner-up finish.
LaSalle-Peru Scramble: At Oak Ridge, Kaneland’s Katharine Marshall, Aeryn Hwang, Julia Skiba and Braelyn Davoust tied for second place with a score of 67.
Meredith Naab and Jenna Harper also finished well for the Knights, finishing fifth out of 17 teams with a 68.