St. Bede 2, Earlville 0: Aubree Acincius had 19 assists and two aces as the Bruins won 25-18, 25-21 Wednesday in a nonconference match Wednesday in Peru.
Ali Bosnich had six kills and a block, Ashlyn Ehm had five kills and two blocks and Ella Hermes added 12 digs for St. Bede.
Bureau Valley 2, Hall 0: The Storm won in two sets in a Three Rivers Conference East Division match Wednesday in Manlius.
Bureau Valley improved to 5-1 in the conference.
Bureau Valley 2, Mendota 1: Kate Salisbury recorded her 1,000th career assist Tuesday as the Storm won 14-25, 25-23, 25-14 in a Three Rivers Conference match in Manlius.
Erie-Prophetstown 2, Princeton 1: The Tigresses won the first set Tuesday but ultimately lost 13-25, 25-12, 25-19 in a Three Rivers Conference crossover in Princeton.
Caroline Keutzer had six kills and five digs for Princeton (10-10-1), while Natasha Faber-Fox had 15 assists and four digs.
Newark 2, DePue 0: The Little Giants lost 25-2, 25-6 Tuesday in a Little Ten Conference match in Newark.
Earlville 2, DePue 0: Hannah Pfaff had 11 points, five aces and three kills to lead the Red Raiders to a 25-13, 25-7 victory in a Little Ten Conference match Thursday in DePue.
Hall 179, Fieldcrest 187: Jacob Diaz shot a 41 to earn medalist honors and help the Red Devils to a nonconference victory Wednesday at Spring Creek Golf Course in Spring Valley.
Landen Plym (42), Noah Plym (45) and Joseph Perez (51) rounded out the scores for Hall.
At Spring Valley: Erin Dove shot a 52 to help the Bruins to a victory in a triangular Tuesday at Spring Creek Golf Course.
St. Bede carded a 231 to beat Hinckley-Big Rock (234) and Bureau Valley (261).
Also scoring for the Bruins were Anna Cyrocki (53), Aleah Espal (60) and Bella Hagenbuch (66).
Michaela Neder led the Storm with a 56, while Rashida Martin (63), Katrina Wahl (65) and Abby Wall (73) rounded out BV’s scores.
At Princeton: Addie Hecht shot a 47 as Princeton finished second in a triangular Tuesday at Wyaton Hills Golf Course.
Seneca won with a 205, Princeton shot a 218 and La Salle-Peru had a 252.
Reese Reviglio and Morgan Foes each carded a 55 for the Tigresses, while Ava Morton had a 61.
Allie Thome led the Cavaliers with a 52, while Delani Duggan had a 60, Sophia Chiu had a 61 and Makenna Zimmer had a 78.
COED CROSS COUNTRY
At Mendota: Anthony Kelson ran the 2.96-mile course in 17:44 to win by 30 seconds Tuesday at Lake Mendota.
Princeton’s Augustus Swanson was second in 18:14, Hall’s Eri Martinez-Prado (18:25) was fourth and Princeton’s Dawson Lambert (20:30) was fifth.
Amboy co-op’s Jhett Cowser (21:14) was eighth.
In the girls race, Princeton’s Ruby Acker (22:24) and Alexandra Waca (23:57) finished one-two, while Amboy’s Samantha Nauman (25:59), Addison Pertell (26:29) and Anna Carlson (26:55) rounded out the top five.
Hall’s Evelyn Castelan (28:46) was ninth.
At Oregon: St. Bede’s Greyson Marincic ran the 3.1-mile course in 21:16.59 to place 11th in a seven-school meet Wednesday at Oregon Park West.
In the girls race, St. Bede’s Sierah Shaver was 15th in 28:21.4.
At Kewanee: Bureau Valley’s Adrian Gallardo finishsed third in 19:37 in a meet at Baker Park Golf Course.
Teammate Alexander Gallardo was fifth in 20:06.
In the girls race, BV’s Leah House was 14th in 31:02.
At Granville: Fieldcrest had the male and female winners in a triangular Thursday at Putnam County.
Caleb Krischel won 2.96-mile the boys race in 16:20, while Hall’s Eri Martinez-Prado placed second in 16:35 and Putnam County’s Brayden Zungia was third in 18:41.
In the girls race, the Knights had the top five finishers, led by Clare Phillips’ winning effort of 20:40.
St. Bede 3, Streator 2: The Bruins swept the singles action to earn a win Wednesday in Streator.
Ella Englehaupt won 6-3, 6-0 at No. 1 singles, while Georgina Guo was a 6-3, 6-1 winner at No. 2 singles.
Rubi De La Torre and Emma Smudzinski claimed a 7-5, 6-7, 10-8 win at No. 2 doubles for St. Bede.
Pontiac 4, St. Bede 1: Rubi DeLaTorre and Emma Smudzinski won 7-5, 6-3 at No. 2 doubles for the Bruins’ lone win Tuesday in a loss to the Indians in Peru.
Dixon 4, Princeton 1: Nora Schneider and Caitlin Meyer won 6-4, 6-2 at No. 1 doubles for the Tigresses’ lone win Tuesday against the Duchesses in Princeton.
Mendota 7, Princeton 0: Cesar Casas and Sebastian Carlos each scored a pair of goals to lead the Trojans to a win Tuesday in Princeton.
Johan Cortez had a goal and an assist for Mendota (14-0-1), while David Casas and Mauricio Salinas each scored a goal.
Oregon 3, DePue-Hall 0: The Little Giants were kept off the scoreboard in a nonconference loss Wednesday in Oregon.