Roundup: October 2

BOYS SOCCER

Harvest Christian 4, Cornerstone 1: Alessandro D’Argento found the back of the net twice while Sergio Velazquez and Austin White each added a goal for Harvest Christian.

St. Edward 5, Chicago Christian 2: Joe French dazzled for St. Edward (9-7, 2-2 Metro Suburban West), scoring five goals. A.J. Franklin added two assists.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Westminster Christian d. Mooseheart 8-25, 25-16, 25-17: Sarah Beusse led Westminster Christian (6-8-1, 4-4 Northeastern Athletic) with six kills. Emily Lamp spread the ball around with 20 assists while also chipping in two kills and four digs. Sarah Schmitt finished with four kills, three aces, and eight digs.

GIRLS TENNIS

St. Charles North 5, Elgin 2: Though Elgin’s Dahlia Keonavongsa won the No. 1 singles match, beating Brittany Rohrsen 6-2, 6-3, St. Charles North topped the Maroons. The North Stars’ Emma Spellman and Lianne Anderson won the No. 1 doubles match.

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