The Minooka boys soccer team shutout Yorkville, 2-0, on Wednesday in a SouthWest Prairie Conference victory.
The Indians (8-2-1) got goals from Zac Monnett and Eli Avalos, with assists by Justin Pech and Even Felgenhauser.
Cade Ooms and Ethan Kimbarovsky split time in goal for the shutout, with Ooms recording three saves and Kimbarovsky six.
Marian Catholic 8, Joliet Catholic 0: The Hilltoppers had a rough match, getting shutout and dropping to 4-4 overall and 0-3 in East Suburban Catholic Conference play.
Plainfield North 154, Oswego 178: The Tigers went low at Blackberry Oaks, with three of its four scoring players cracking the 40 barrier.
Tanner Daugherty led the way taking medalist honors with a round of 37, while Drew Czarnik (38) and Ryan Nelson (39) were right behind.
Joliet 163, Romeoville 182: Lincoln Chizmark paced an all-around solid effort for Joliet in a Southwest Prairie Conference matchup.
Coal City 172, Peotone 177, Manteno 193: Ryne Phelan led Coal City’s effort with a round of 41 as the Coalers edged out two teams in an Illinois Central Eight Conference triangular meet at The Creek in Morris.
Lincoln-Way West 182, Bradley-Bourbonnais 199: Kailey White fired a 42 to earn medalist honors for the Warriors as they toppled their SouthWest Suburban Conference foes.
DuPage Medical Group Field renews contract to host 3A/4A State baseball tournament: The Illinois High School Association’s Board of Directors voted to extend the contract of DuPage Medical Group Field hosting the state finals for Class 3A and Class 4A for another five years.
Joliet began hosting the tournaments in 2007 with all four classes being held in Joliet until the sites were split in 2011. The Class 3A/4A Tournament has been held in Joliet since 2011, with a 2020 interruption because of the pandemic, when there was tournament. In 2021, Class 4A was the only tournament held in Joliet.
“We are excited for the IHSA Baseball State Finals to return to Joliet for another five years,” IHSA Executive Director Craig Anderson said in a news release. “The entire Joliet community, including the local high schools and the Joliet Slammers staff, have been so supportive in hosting the state tournament. The area has an amazing high school baseball tradition as well, so it really is an easy decision to return. We can’t wait to come back in June.”