Area Roundup: October 17-18

BOYS SOCCER

Oswego 4, East Aurora 2: With a hat trick, JC Mora led the Panthers to victory over East Aurora. Joe Jasman, Ryan Baumann and Mitch Kearby each had an assist.

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

Yorkville won the Northern Illinois Big 12 conference meet, scoring 23 points with seven runners finishing in the top-11. The Foxes had the best three finishers as well: Jake Hoffert won the meet with a time of 15:30.4 just in front of Trevor Wills (15:37.1) and Luke Hoffert (15:38.8). Austin Kintz was third-place Kaneland’s top runner, finishing sixth at 15:55.7.

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

Yorkville’s Skyler Bollinger ran a blazing 18:03.6 at the Northern Illinois Big 12 conference meet, a time that was more than 30 seconds better than the next finisher to take first place. Bollinger placed in front of her teammates — Erin Reynolds (18:34.0) and Lauren Daffenburg (18:37.4) took second and third, respectively, leading the Foxes to a team win. Yorkville scored 18 points, while second-place Kaneland scored 78.

FOOTBALL

Benedictine 26, Aurora University 0: Jake Apple had 24 carries for 94 yards as Aurora University (1-5, 1-2) was shutout on Saturday.

MEN’S SOCCER

Aurora University 2, Marian University 0: Miguel Baraja and Jacob Goehring each netted a goal to propel Aurora (9-4-2, 4-3 NACC).

MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY

Jimmy Baeskens (26:11, 115), Calvin Robinson (26:20, 131) and TJ Pitcock (26:22, 134) led Aurora University (25th) at the UW-Oshkosh AAE Invitational.

WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY

Emily Paull (21:56, 27) and Christian Luptak (22:30, 59) were the top performers in Aurora’s 19th-place finish at the UW-Oshkosh AAE Invitational.

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL

Augustana d. Aurora University 25-18, 25-19, 26-25: Emily Leazer (eight kills), Martha Murray (eight kills) and Jordan Hampel (17 assists) were key performers for Aurora University

Edgewood d. Aurora University: 25-20, 28-26, 25-27, 25-22: Peyton McKenzie had 18 kills and Brooke Pylant added 15 as Aurora University fell to Edgewood.

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