Stories about Indian Creek high school sports
Kaneland’s Evelyn Taylor and Sycamore’s Ashley Olson are headed to the tennis state finals after finishing third and fourth, respectively, at the Class 1A Antioch Sectional on Saturday.
Genoa-Kingston continued its stampede through the regular season with a commanding 25-15, 25-8 victory over Rockford Christian at home in Genoa on Thursday.
Indian Creek’s Caroline Bend finished 11th in the individual standings of the Amboy Cross Country Invitational on Monday in Amboy with a time of 19 minutes, 26 seconds.
Kaneland’s Katharine Marshall finished tied for 14th at the Class 2A State Finals at Hickory Point in Decatur on Saturday by shooting 74 to bring her two-day total to 150 at the championship meet.
Kaneland’s Josh Pehl and Cody Ganzon advanced to day two of the Class 2A State Finals at Weibring Golf Course in Normal on Friday.
Eagan Reams pulled yet another hat trick at home in Genoa on Tuesday as Genoa-Kingston rolled over Westminster Christian 6-1 to improve to 18-1-0 overall on the season.
Sycamore’s Brianna Chamoun and Kaneland’s Katherine Marshall advanced out of the Class 2A Belvidere Sectional on Monday at Timber Pointe Golf Club.
Hinckley-Big Rock’s Sammy Kerlin is headed to sectionals following a seventh-place individual finish at the Class 1A River Forest Regional at the Fresh Meadows GC in Hillside on Thursday.
Genoa-Kingston wrapped up the Big Northern Conference championship with a resounding 7-1 win over Rockford Christian in which Junior Leon went off for five goals all on his own Tuesday in Rockford.
Kaneland opened the Interstate Eight Conference Tournament in explosive fashion at home in Maple Park on Monday with a 10-0 blowout of Plano.