Area Roundup: October 11

BOYS SOCCER

Marmion 3, East Aurora 0: Nick Grant and Trevor Jones each contributed a goal in the Cadets victory over East Aurora. Marmion improves to 12-9 overall.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Somonauk d. Westminster Christian 25-19, 23-25, 25-21: Jenna Henrich had four kills, seven digs and two blocks as Somonauk (13-8) defeated Westminster Christian. Natalie Hunt led the Bobcats with five kills.

FOOTBALL

Concordia Wisconsin 62, Aurora University 24: Jake Apple (20 carries, 126 yards) and Kendall Lawson (11 carries, 52 yards) each rushed for a touchdown as Aurora (1-4, 1-1 NACC) fell.

MEN’S SOCCER

Aurora University 3, Concordia Wisconsin 1: Alex Brunell, Ben Edith and Miguel Barajas each found the back of the net to key Aurora (8-3-2, 3-2 NACC).

WOMEN’S SOCCER

Aurora University 2, Concordia Wisconsin 1: Nicci Bermudes and Brittany Roydhouse both scored to pace Aurora (10-3-1, 6-0 NACC).

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL

Aurora University 25-16, 25-11, 25-15: Brooke Plyant had 12 kills and McKenzie Peyton had 11 as Aurora (19-7, 5-1 NACC) cruised in straight sets.

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