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AREA ROUNDUP: Lady Cru solid in two-set victory over Hall

Earlville, Newark-Seneca to meet in LTC soccer final

SPRING VALLEY — The Marquette Lady Crusaders defeated the Hall Lady Red Devils in two sets, 25-21, 25-18 in a nonconference volleyball match Tuesday night.

Grace Jeanblanc pounded out 16 kills and put up a pair of blocks to lead the Marquette attack. Aubrey McCallum added 10 kills. Ellen Wheatland contributed five kills, while Emma Thomas recorded 31 assists. Addie McConnaughhay served up four aces and came up with 21 digs to pace the defense.

Kaneland def. Sandwich 25-8, 25-14

At Maple Park, the Lady Indians (16-9, 5-4) were beaten in straight games by the Knights in an Interstate Eight Conference match.

For Sandwich, Jaylynn Vana had five kills and Olive Tornga six digs.

Flanagan-Cornell def. Ridgeview 25-18, 20-25, 25-21

At Colfax, the Lady Falcons (17-9-1, 5-4) defeated the Mustangs in three sets in a Heart of Illinois Conference contest.

Kayla Van Weelden pounded out 18 kills to lead the F-C attack. Regan Reed added nine kills, with Kortney Harms registering 22 assists. Van Weelden and Reed came up with 20 and 19 digs, respectively, to pace the defense.

Girls tennis

Ottawa 5, Coal City 0

At Coal City, the Lady Pirates (11-0) blanked the Lady Coalers in a nonconference dual meet.

Posting singles wins for Ottawa were Sara Meyer at No. 1 (6-2, 7-6, 4 over Lizzy Keeney) and Mary Riva at No. 2 (6-3, 2-6, 10-5 over Molly Styles). Notching doubles victories were Regan O'Fallon and Ella Marvel at No. 1 (6-0, 6-2 over Laura Flores and Skyler Williser), Mally Charbonneau and Emily Walker at No. 2 (6-0, 6-0 over Kayler Graves and McKenzie Coleman), and Rebekah Felty and Bridget Stevenson at No. 3 (6-3, 6-1 over McKenzie Leach and McKenzie Roach).

Boys soccer

Earlville 3, Serena 0

At Hinckley, the Red Raiders blanked the Huskers in the semifinals of the Little Ten Conference Tournament.

Diego Vazquez netted a pair of goals to lead Earlville. Jarred Fries added a goal. Connor Cook and Jake Pickert notched two assists apiece.

Newark-Seneca 2, Indian Creek 1

At Hinckley, the Norsemen edged the Timberwolves in the semis of the LTC Tourney.

Sandwich 2, Coal City 2

At Sandwich, the Indians (11-11-5) and Coalers played to a draw in a nonconference contest.

Ethan Weeks scored both goals for Sandwich, while Sead Sejdiu had two saves in net.

JUCO volleyball

Highland def. IVCC 25-20, 18-25, 25-21, 25-23

At Oglesby, the Lady Eagles were defeated in four games by Highland Community College in an Arrowhead Conference match.

For IVCC, Kaitlyn Edgcomb had 10 kills, Kate Vigars 22 assists and Gertie Savitch 22 digs.

JV boys soccer

Streator 4, Plano 0

At Streator, Kanin Angelico netted a pair of goals to lead Streator (9-2) during its win over Plano. Bradon Grabowski and Parker Phillis each added a goal. Phillis (two), Grabowski and Connor Akin all notched assists.

Jimmy Sokol (three asves) and Corrie Schubbee (one save) combined on the shutout in net.

Streator 3, Herscher 0

At Streator on Monday, Parker Phillis netted a pair of goals to lead Streator during its win over Herscher. Maddox Zadkovich added a goal. Phillis also notched an assist.

Korrie Schubbee made six saves in net.

JV volleyball

Coal City def. Streator 25-17, 25-15

At Pops Dale Gymnasium, Streator was defeated in two sets by Coal City.

Frosh/soph girls tennis

Ottawa 5, Coal City 0

At Coal City, the Lady Corsairs blanked Coal City in a dual meet.

Posting singles wins for Ottawa were Kyra Mitchell at No. 1 (8-4) and Madison Linebacker at No. 2 (8-6). Notching doubles victories were Grace Satterfield and Olivia Long at No. 1 (8-4), Kyleigh Olszewski and Jenna Smithmeyer at No. 2 (8-1), and Isabel Heimsoth and Cora Sisk at No. 3 (8-5).

Exhibition doubles winners were Summer Blazys and Lily Mullins, Paris Blankenship and Xochiti Solan, Emmy Taylor and Abby Morris, Bir Morris and Emma Walker, and Becca Rohwer and Emma Stumpf.

Freshman volleyball

Coal City def. Streator 25-22, 25-19

At Pops Dale Gymnasium, Streator was defeated in two sets by Coal City.

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