Lockport clinched its first division title since 2008 Thursday at home with a 25-21, 25-17 SouthWest Suburban Conference Blue Division victory over Lincoln-Way East.
Grace Juergens led the way with eight kills and nine digs as the Porters improved to 23-6 overall and 8-0 in conference play. Meg Consigny added seven kills, Christian Bouie had five blocks and Lainey Green finished with 12 assists.
Lincoln-Way Central 2, Stagg 0: At Palos Hills, the Knights moved to 19-13 overall and 3-2 in SouthWest Suburban play with a 25-16, 25-10 win on the road.
Mia Mattingly had seven kills in the win, Kiera King added five kills and six assists and Alyssa Teske had 12 assists.
Yorkville 2, Joliet Central 0: At Yorkville, the Steelmen fell, 25-11, 25-5.
Andrew 2, Lincoln-Way West 0: At New Lenox, the Warriors lost in two sets at home, 25-16, 25-23.
Isabella Been had seven kills and 14 digs in the loss, and Alexa Flores had 11 assists.
Minooka 2, Plainfield Central 1: At Plainfield, Minooka bounced back from a bad start to defeat the Wildcats, 12-25, 26-24, 25-15.
Anna Baranski had 10 kills, 12 assists and 13 digs for Minooka in the victory. Lily King added 15 assists and 15 digs, and Ashlyn Bercynski had 25 digs.
Coal City 2, Reed-Custer 0: At Coal City, the Coalers took down the Comets, 25-16, 25-23, in Illinois Central Eight Conference action.
Courtney Meyer had six kills for Coal City (17-11, 10-3 ICE), Addyson Mellen had 10 assists and Maci Baldauf added 11 digs.
Illinois Lutheran 2, Gardner-South Wilmington 0: At Gardner, The Panthers (12-15-1) lost, 25-14, 25-19.
Colby Grieff had five kills, Hanna Frescura had eight assists and Claire Hennessy had six digs.
Coal City 2, Manteno 1: At Coal City, the Coalers beat the rival Panthers to keep their season alive and advance to the next round of the Class 1A Coal City Regional.
Romeoville 4, Minooka 1: At Minooka, the Spartans notched a Southwest Prairie Conference win.
Carson Messina scored for Minooka (13-6-2, 5-5-1 SPC) in the loss.
Sandburg 120, Lincoln-Way Central 66: At New Lenox, Abby Hawksworth broke her own diving record for the Knights in a loss at home.
Hawksworth took first in diving with a score of 270.15.