Aleanna Mendoza shot a 90 to place second individually and help the St. Bede girls golf team to a second-place finish at the Three Rivers Conference meet Wednesday at Spring Creek Golf Course in Spring Valley.
The Bruins carded a 411 to finish behind Rockridge (392). Kewanee was third with a 412.
Gianna Grivetti (98) and Brianne Briggs (99) placed seventh and eighth, respectively, for the Bruins, while Ava Manicki (124) rounded out St. Bede’s scores.
For Bureau Valley, Callie Schoff shot a 116, Cassidy Peterson carded a 130 and Layne Strosten added a 154.
Ashten Wilson carded a 117 to lead Princeton followed by Emma Kruse-Carter (127) and Halli Peterson (162).
Mendota’s lone golfer, Ella Betz, shot a 161.
La Salle-Peru 8, Sandwich 0
Brayan Gonzalez and Jason Curran scored two goals each Wednesday to help the Cavaliers to an Interstate Eight Conference victory in La Salle.
Jorge Martinez had the shutout in goal for the Cavs.
Newark 1, Earlville 0
Garrett Cook and the Red Raider defense held the Norsemen to eight shots Wednesday in a Little Ten Conference loss in Earlville.
Somonauk 4, DePue-Hall 0
Andres Moreno made 15 saves Wednesday as the Little Giants lost a Little Ten Conference game in Somonauk.
Mendota def. Sandwich, 25-18, 13-25, 25-19
Lauren Martin had 12 digs and four aces Wednesday to help the Spikers to a nonconference victory in Sandwich.
Reanna Brant had five kills and a block for MHS, while Kya Delao added 11 assists and an ace.
La Salle-Peru 172, Mendota 175
Coleman Rundle shot a 39 on Wednesday to earn medalist honors and lead the Cavaliers to a nonconference victory at Mendota Golf Club.
Also scoring for L-P were Carter Fenza (42), Connor Noramczyk (45) and Jon Milota (46).
Ethan Hanaman led the Trojans with a 40 followed by Clay Buffington (41), Logan Brandner (46) and Owen Aughenbaugh (48).
St. Bede 173, Monmouth-Roseville 174
Jake Delaney carded a 39 to earn medalist honors as the Bruins edged the Titans in a Three Rivers Conference match at Gibson Woods Golf Course in Monmouth.
Also for St. Bede, Brendan Pillion shot a 42, Logan Potthoff had a 43 and Trenton Acuncius added a 49.
Princeton finished second in Wednesday’s Three Rivers Conference triangular at Prophet Hills Country Club.
Rockridge won with a 172 followed by the Tigers (180) and Erie-Prophetstown (196).
Jaden Eggers led PHS with a 41 with Karter Patterson adding a 43, Jarrett Carr a 47 and Jack Bauer a 49.
Mendota 5, Rockford Christian 0
The Trojans swept the Royal Lions on Wednesday in Mendota.
Alex Stremlau won 6-1, 6-1 at No. 1 singles, while Natalia Salinas claimed a 6-2, 6-1 victory at No. 2 singles.
In doubles, Lizzy Bresley and Zoe Finley earned a 6-2, 6-4 win at No. 1, Jackie Cortez and Kailee Barkman won 6-0, 6-1 at No. 2 and Isabelle Escatel and Mariah Figueroa were 6-0, 6-1 winners at No. 3.