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Indian Creek’s Colton Oleson won two events Thursday during the Class 1A Erie Boys Track and Field Sectional to lead the Timberwolves to third-place finish. Read Thursday's full roundup.
Brooke Probst and Reagan Gibson qualified for the finals in the respective events Thursday in the Class 1A State Track and Field Championships in Charleston.
Tommy Townsend had a huge day at the plate and tossed two scoreless innings to close out a 6-3 nonconference win for Sycamore over Marmion. Plus more results in Wednesday's roundup.
Hiawatha advances Class 1A Newark Softball Regional.
The Indian Creek baseball team traveled to Hinckley-Big Rock High School Monday for a play-in game to decide who will advance to participate in the Class 1A Somonauk Regional.
Kaneland girls track and field won two sectional events at the Class 2A Genoa-Kingston Sectional on Friday night and will send six athletes to the state meet next week. Plus more local results in Friday's roundup.
Traveling quite a distance to the Class 1A Bureau Valley Sectional on Wednesday, the Indian Creek Timberwolves made the most of their track and field trek with a fourth-place finish and five state qualifiers.
Girls high school track teams from Earlville, Putnam County, Bureau Valley, Marquette, St. Bede, Serena, Hall, Amboy, Indian Creek, Sterling Newman, competed in the Class 1A girls track Sectional at Bureau Valley High School on Wednesday, May 11, 2022 in Manlius.
Genoa-Kingston converted on three chances Tuesday and keeper Alaina Siegwarth came away with three saves to give the Cogs a 5-4 win in penalty kicks over Oregon in a Class 1A Princeton Regional semifinal. Plus results in baseball, softball and more.
Jimmy Amptmann struck out nine in four innings and tossed a no-hitter in a 24-1 runaway win for Sycamore over Sandwich in Interstate Eight play Monday. Plus additional results in baseball, softball and more.
Indian Creek’s Kaleb Helgesen came up big for his team during a 12-2 win over IMSA in five innings Monday.
The Indian Creek baseball team welcomed IMSA Monday afternoon in Shabbona.
Connor Grimm drove in a run in the top of the ninth inning Saturday to lift Genoa-Kingston to a 9-8 win over host Byron in Big Northern Conference play.
Indian Creek grad Jessika Lowe and Plano grad Julia Gonzalez had big days to help Waubonsie top Kishwaukee on Friday and end the Kougars' season.
Local sports roundup for Thursday, May 5