The Times Area Roundup: Woodland, Earlville volleyball score quick quarterfinal victories

Girls volleyball

Woodland 2, Donovan 0: At Dwight, the fourth-seeded Warriors made quick work of the Wildcats 25-7, 25-5 in the quarterfinals of the Class 1A Dwight Regional to advance to Wednesday’s semifinal against sixth-seeded Grace Christian.

Malayna Pitte (14 kills), Grace Longmire (six kills), Elizabeth Schultz (five kills), Shae Simons (26 assists), Kaiden Connor (five digs) and Peyton Bradbury (nine service points, two aces) led Woodland.

Earlville 2, Mooseheart 0: At Earlville, the host Red Raiders triumphed 25-18, 25-3 to advance to the Wednesday semifinals of the Class 1A Earlville Regional against Hinckley-Big Rock.

Bailey Miller (16 service points, eight aces), Brooklyn Guelde (19 assists), Hannah Pfaff (10 kills) and Mady Olson (six digs) led Earlville, which plays HBR in Wednesday’s 7 p.m. semifinal.

Hinckley-Big Rock 2, Leland 0: At Earlville, the Panthers saw their season end in the quarterfinals of the Class 1A Earlville Regional.

Gardner-South Wilmington 2, Serena 1: At Gardner, the Huskers saw their season come to a close with a 25-22, 21-25, 25-19 loss to the hosts of the Class 1A Gardner-South Wilmington Regional.

Paisley Twait (17 digs, seven kills, three aces), Audree Tanas (11 assists), Jenna Setchell (eight digs four kills), Bella Erpenbach (24 digs), RayElle Brennan (11 digs), Makayla McNally (four blocks) and Kendall Whiteaker (seven kills, four blocks) led Serena’s attack.

Ottawa 2, Pontiac 0; Streator 2, Sterling 0: At Pops Dale Gymnasium, the Pirates and host Bulldog Spikers both prevailed in straight sets to set up a Thursday night Route 23 Rivalry championship match of the Class 3A Streator Regional.

Thursday’s championship is scheduled for a 6 p.m. start at The Pops.

— Read Brian Hoxsey’s full story on both matches at

Eureka 2, Seneca 0; Fieldcrest 2, Coal City 0: At Minonk, Heart of Illinois Conference rivals Eureka and Fieldcrest punched their tickets to Thursday’s championship match of the Class 2A Mendota Regional with victories.

Seneca’s season ends with a record of 24-11.

Boys soccer

Peoria Notre Dame 9, Ottawa 0: At Peoria, the regional champion Pirates saw their season come to an end with the Class 2A Peoria Richwoods Sectional semifinal defeat to the defending Class 2A state champion Irish.

Ottawa finishes the season 13-10-2.