Bailey Baird had nine kills, seven digs and one ace Tuesday to lead the Mendota volleyball team to a 25-20, 19-25, 25-9 win over Kewanee in a Three Rivers Conference East Division match.
Lauren Martin had 19 digs and an ace for the Spikers while Reanna Brant added eight kills.
Henry-Senachwine def. Midland 25-8, 25-18
Hope Self had 17 assists, 10 points and five aces Tuesday as the Mallards earned a victory in a Tri-County Conference Tournament consolation semifinal in Streator.
Self recorded her 1,000th career assist during the match.
Lauren Harbison had 12 digs, five points and a pair of aces for Henry, while Abbie Stanbary put down seven kills.
The Mallards play Putnam County in the consolation final on Thursday.
Earlville def. DePue 25-6, 25-9
Brynn Guelde served four aces and put down three kills Tuesday to help the Red Raiders to a Little Ten Conference victory in DePue.
Emma Benson had 13 assists for Earlville (18-5, 7-1), while Nevaeh Sansone added three kills.
Bureau Valley def. Hall 22-25, 25-14, 25-19
The Storm picked up a Three Rivers Conference East Division victory Tuesday in Spring Valley.
“I was happy with our play,” BV coach Caitlyn DeMay said. “There were a lot of really good rallies and we are finishing them now and that is a big step in the right direction. Playing here was good for us. They have a great student section and the atmosphere was awesome and the experience will help us as we move into the regional.”
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Sycamore def. La Salle-Peru 25-10, 25-12
Sarah Peters had five kills and two blocks as the Cavaliers fell in an Interstate Eight Conference match Tuesday in Sycamore.
Taylor Martyn added seven digs and four points for L-P.
Sterling 47, La Salle-Peru 41
Peyton Heagy won two individual events and swam on a winning relay Tuesday as the Cavaliers fell on senior night in La Salle.
Heagy won the 50-yard freestyle (24.92 seconds) and the 100 breaststroke (1:11.8) while teaming with Kailey Goetsch, Evvie Jepson and Clara Guglielmetti to win the 200 freestyle relay (1:52.83).
Guglielmetti also won the 200 freestyle in 2:12.9.
St. Bede 2, Streator 2
The Bruins played to a tie Tuesday.
St. Bede got doubles wins from Morgan Nawa and Madison McGunnigal at No. 1 and Krystal De La Torre and Abby Michels at No. 2.
Dixon 4, La Salle-Peru 3 (PKs)
Gio Garcia scored three goals on three assists from Brayan Gonzalez as the Cavaliers lost a non-conference game in La Salle.