Boys Golf news
The Dixon boys golf team finished fourth at the Salley Wessels Invite at Sunset in Mt. Morris on Saturday, while Dixon girls golfer Katie Drew tied for second individually and the Sterling girls took third at the Geneseo Invite.
The Newman volleyball team rallied from a first-set deficit, then used that momentum to build a lead in the second set of a 25-23, 25-20 win over Princeton on Thursday night in a match between previously undefeated Three Rivers East teams at Prouty Gym.
Here is the Northwest Herald high school sports roundup for Wednesday, Sept. 15
Kaneland's golf team last year won a regional title and the program's first-ever sectional championship. Now a group led by Josh Pehl, Cody Ganzon and Hagan Rank look poised for another big finish as golf's postseason starts next week.
Prairie Ridge's Joe Pokonosky and Cary-Grove's Erik Pietrzyk both shot 75s for the low score at the Cary-Grove Boys Golf Invitational on Saturday at Foxford Hills. Pokonosky won the first-place medal on a scorecard tiebreaker. Crystal Lake Central took the team title, one shot ahead of Huntley.
Harvard defeats Marengo in boys golf behind Logan Garafol's 2-over-par round.
Richmond-Burton's Jeff Lehn fired 1-under-par 35 to lead the Rockets in a narrow loss to Grayslake North.
Burlington Central senior Tyson Malak has put a tough sectional round from last year behind him, enjoyed a productive summer and is now set to lead a deep Rockets' team that has a shot at being 'special.'
Yorkville's Ryan Waugh took second place at Oswego's season-opening Panther Stableford golf tournament on Thursday.