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AREA ROUNDUP: Dugan, Magoonaugh, Stenzel earn sectional golf spots

NORMAL — Ottawa High School freshman Hannah Dugan shot a 97 to tie for 21st individually in the Normal Community Class 2A Regional at Ironwood Golf Course on Thursday and advance to Monday's O'Fallon Sectional.

Also taking part from Ottawa, which shot a 474 to finish ninth in the nine-team field, were Abi Claus (109), Megan Bessett (121), Jill Pitrowski (147) and Julia McLean (152).

MA's Magoonaugh advances out of Kewanee

Marquette Academy sophomore Kaitlyn Magoonaugh shot a 92 to tie for fourth as an individual at the Kewanee Class 1A Regional at Baker Park. That effort advanced her to Monday's St. Bede Sectional.

Seneca's Stenzel advances out of Metamora

Seneca High School sophomore Rylee Stenzel shot a 79 to tie for fifth in the Metamora Class 1A Regional at Metamora Fields Golf Club. She also advances to the St. Bede Sectional on Monday.

Also taking part from Seneca were Monica Groth (99) and Laura Yegge (101).

From Fieldcrest, top scorers were Emily Medley (113), Calli Nix (115) and Ella McKay (125).


Marquette def. Henry-Senachwine 25-17, 25-13

At Henry, the Lady Crusaders were straight-set winners over the Lady Mallards in a Tri-County Conference match.

Grace Jeanblanc pounded out eight kills and Aubrey McCallum seven to lead the Marquette attack. Emma Thomas provided 21 assists, while Addie McConnaughhay served up a trio of aces and on defense accounted for eight digs.

Newark def. Earlville 25-12, 25-9

At Earlville, the Lady Norsemen defeated the Raiders in two sets in the semifinals of the Little Ten Conference Tournament.

Madi Malone slammed 13 kills to lead the Newark attack. Taylor Christian posted 18 assists, with Malone and Meggie Scott each collecting nine digs on defense.

For Earlville, Kylie Koontz and Jadyn Pickert each had two kills, Emma Benson five assists, and Pickert and Alexis Olson five digs apiece.

Somonauk def. Leland 25-18, 25-22

At Earlville, the Lady Bobcats (6-10-2) defeated the Lady Panthers in two sets in the consolation semifinals of the LTC Tourney.

Abigail Neidigh and Katelynn Tripp pounded out four kills apiece to lead Somonauk. Taylor Thatcher turned in four aces, Sydney Johnson added four assists and two digs for the Lady Bobcats.

Morris def. Sandwich 25-13, 25-21

At Sandwich, the Lady Indians (16-10, 5-5) were beaten in straight games by the Redskins in an Interstate Eight Conference match.

For Sandwich, Audrey Rome had five kills, Ava Knepper 15 assists and Olive Tornga 13 digs.

Flanagan-Cornell def. Lexington 20-25, 25-19, 25-17

At Flanagan, the Lady Falcons (18-9-1, 6-4) defeated in a Heart of Illinois Conference contest by the Lady Minutemen in three sets.

Kayla VanWeelden pounded out eight kills and Regan Reed seven to lead the F-C attack. Taylor Reed tossed up nine assists. Grace Zimmerman served up four aces. Regan Reed came up with 17 digs for the defense.

JUCO volleyball

IVCC def. Joliet 27-25, 25-23, 21-25, 27-29, 16-14

At Oglesby, the Lady Eagles edged Joliet Junior College in five sets in a nonconference contest.

Kaitlyn Edgcomb pounded out 21 kills to lead the IVCC attack. Kate Vigars handed out 28 assists and Gertie Savitch posted 42 digs.

JUCO men's soccer

IVCC 1, Madison 0

On Wednesday, Pumi Maphumulo's goal during the final minute of regulation gave the Eagles the win over Madison College.

Joel Figueroa made eight saves in net.

JV volleyball

Marquette def. Henry-Senachwine 30-28, 25-23

At Henry, Ava Creedon pounded out nine kills, Kaylee Killelea popped up 19 assists, and Josie Eager and Lindsey Kaufmann had five digs apiece to lead Marquette to the win over the Lady Mallards.

Freshman volleyball

Marquette def. Henry-Senachwine 25-13, 25-12

At Henry, Ava Creedon pounded out a half dozen kills, while Kaylee Killelea passed out 16 assists and Lauren Machetta popped back seven digs in the Marquette win.

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