Arisu Oya positioned 2d within the No. 2 singles bracket on the Interstate 8 Convention Event on Saturday in L. a. Salle to lend a hand the L. a. Salle-Peru women tennis staff position fourth.

The Woman Cavaliers completed with 26 issues. Ottawa received with 38.

L-P’s No. three doubles staff of Karissa Etzenbach and Olivia Woods positioned 2d, Lauren Klein and Ame Ernat took 3rd at No. 1 doubles, Sterling Tungent and Brianna Strehl positioned 3rd at No. 2 doubles and Olivia Ernat completed fourth at No. 1 singles.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

At East Moline

Kamryn Olson had 49 assists, 33 kills, 33 issues, 20 digs and 8 aces Saturday to steer L. a. Salle-Peru to the identify on the United Township Invitational.

The Woman Cavaliers beat Knoxville (21-7, 21-9), Rockridge (21-6, 21-8), United Township JV (21-6, 21-14), Annawan (25-13, 25-14) and Morton (25-22, 25-20).

Emma Happ contributed 29 issues, 22 kills and 5 blocks for L-P.

Olson and Anna Quesse have been named to the all-tournament staff.

At Washburn

Morgan Hundley had 9 digs, 9 assists, six issues, 4 kills and 3 aces Saturday to lend a hand No. 5-seeded Putnam County to a 25-22, 25-20 victory over No. Four Peoria Christian within the first spherical of the Tri-County Convention Event.

McKenna Solomon added seven digs, six issues, 5 kills and a couple of aces for the Woman Panthers (8-13-2), who advance to play No. 1 Marquette within the semifinals at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Henry went 2-1 in 3 fits Saturday.

The No. Eight Woman Mallards beat Lowpoint-Washburn 19-25, 28-26, 25-15 then misplaced 25-13, 25-20 to Marquette prior to defeating Peoria Christian 25-21, 25-19 to advance to the comfort ultimate at Five p.m. Thursday.

No. 10 DePue misplaced 25-12, 25-13 to No. 7 Forest. The Woman Giants face Lowpoint-Washburn at Five p.m. Tuesday.

At Princeton

Ella Massey had 79 assists and 42 digs on Saturday to steer Mendota to a 4-Zero report and the identify on the Princeton Event.

The Spikers defeated Byron (25-17, 25-10), Princeton (25-10, 25-22), Reed-Custer (25-18, 25-20) and Sherrard (25-12, 25-18).

Jaelyn Fitzgerald put down 33 kills for MHS (16-9-1), whilst Jenna O’Donnell had 45 digs.

Princeton completed 3rd with wins over Sherrard (25-20, 25-21) and Byron (25-15, 25-21) and losses to Mendota and Byron (25-15, 25-20).

Katie Bates had 72 assists, 29 digs and 10 issues for the Tigresses (16-11), whilst Kenzie Coleman contributed 35 kills, 19 digs, 11 issues and 5 aces.

Fitzgerald, Massey and Amellia Bromenschenkel have been voted to the all-tournament staff for MHS, whilst Bates made the staff for PHS.

At Dixon

Elaina Wamhoff had 57 assists, 23 digs, 14 issues, 11 kills and 4 aces Saturday as St. Bede went 1-2 on the Dixon Invitational.

The Woman Bruins beat Galesburg (21-18, 23-21) and misplaced to Rock Falls (21-5, 21-11) and Geneseo (22-20, 21-14).

Reese Ludford added 21 digs and 20 kills for St. Bede (8-16-1).

WOMEN’S TENNIS

At Elmhurst

IVCC had the area champion in 8 of 9 divisions Saturday to assert the NJCAA Department III Area IV identify and advance to the nationwide event.

L. a. Salle-Peru graduate Michelle Windy received the No. 1 singles identify and coupled with fellow L-P graduate Nena Perry to win the crown at No. 1 doubles. Perry additionally received the identify at No. three singles.

L-P graduates Karlee Arjes and Tyler Kroll received titles at No. Four and No. Five singles, respectively. Arjes teamed with L-P graduate Grace Filipiak to win at No. 2 doubles, whilst Kroll and Isabel Lueck received at No. three doubles.

Windy used to be named the Area IV MVP, whilst IVCC trainer Julie Milota used to be named Area IV Trainer of the Yr.

CROSS COUNTRY

At Fairbury

Fieldcrest positioned 3 runners within the most sensible 25 to put 6th amongst 14 groups on the Prairie Central Invitational on Saturday.

All 14 groups are state ranked by means of Milesplit.

Andy Wiesenhofer led the Knights as he positioned 16th in 16:48, Andrew Gochanour took 18th in 16:51 and Victor Echeveste completed 22nd in 16:55.

FOOTBALL

Lowpoint-Washburn/Henry 38, Bunker Hill 30

The Wildcats earned their 2d win of the season Saturday in Bunker Hill.

L-W/Henry additionally beat Bunker Hill 34-26 on Sept. 21. The groups play once more Oct. 26.

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