Earlville, Illinois High School sports news
The Seneca boys and girls cross country teams — led by first-place finishes from Austin Aldridge and Evelyn O’Connor — capture the Tri-County Conference championships at the Seneca FFA Farm Lab on Tuesday afternoon.
The Ottawa Pirates easily won the Interstate Eight Conference Golf Tournament in Mendota on Monday.
La Salle-Peru senior Coleman Rundle carded an 85 on Monday to tie for seventh at the Interstate 8 Conference Meet at Mendota Golf Club in Mendota.
La Salle-Peru’s Carter Fenza and Coleman Rundle combined to shoot a 74 on Saturday to win the Mendota Modified Ryder Cup at Mendota Golf Club.
Ayden Malavolti shot a 43 on Friday to lead the Mallards to a nonconference victory in their regular-season finale at Edgewood Park Golf Club in McNabb.
The host Pirates scored a 17-44 victory Thursday over La Salle-Peru, while the Ottawa boys lost a close one, 28-29, to L-P in cross country action, plus more from around the area.
Coleman Rundle carded a 36 on Thursday to earn medalist honors and lead La Salle-Peru to a 157-189 victory over IMSA at Fox Bend Golf Course in Oswego.
Streator soccer celebrated its senior night with a 4-2 win over Kewanee.
Clara Guglielmetti powered the La Salle-Peru/Ottawa swim team, plus results from men's and women's soccer, boys' soccer and girls' tennis and golf.
The Newark girls volleyball dropped the opening set to host Serena on Tuesday night, but rebounded to defeat the Huskers, 25-27, 25-15, 25-14 in the Little Ten Conference match.
St. Bede senior Jake Delaney lost on the second playoff hole to Sherrard’s Andrew Boland to finish second in the Three Rivers Conference Meet at Highland Springs Golf Course, plus other action around the area.
The Marquette volleyball team defeated Flanagan-Cornell in two sets on Monday in Flanagan.
The La Salle-Peru boys soccer team routed Sandwich 9-0 in an Interstate 8 Conference game Monday.
The Serena boys golf team - led by champion Camden Figgins and runner-up Carson Baker - won the Little Ten Conference Tournament at Indian Oaks C.C. in Shabbona on Monday.
Seneca ran all over Georgetown/Ridge Farm, while Fieldcrest and Flanagan-Cornell/Woodland suffered lopsided defeats in Week 4 action.