Area roundup: October 6


Somonauk 5, Indian Creek 0: John Johnson scored two goals and had assist as Somonauk defeated Indian Creek in the first round of the Little Ten Tournament to advance to 18-1. Luke Enders, Tommy Skupien and Ethan Enders also scored for the Bobcats.


Yorkville d. Plainfield East 23-25, 25-10, 25-20: Jordan Albarran had seven kills with two aces and Haley Koziol added six kills to lead Yorkville (24-1).


Plano 214, Indian Creek 217: Rylie Loux shot a 42 to win medalist and lead Plano to a win over Indian Creek at Cedardell.


Geneva 7, West Chicago 0: Kirby Einck earned a 6-0, 6-0 victory over Stephania Kapetaneas to propel Geneva.


Victoria Phipps shot a three-day total of 262 to finish third and help lead Aurora University (1,100) to a NACC title. Nicole Funk shot 266 to finish fifth for Aurora.

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The school, at 4941 W. Patterson Ave., closed earlier this year and is expected to be able to house up to 350 people.
Ald Bill Conway and nearby residents had petitioned the mayor’s office to address the encampment, citing open use of drugs and drug dealing.
Police say Nathaniel Huey Jr. was a ‘credible suspect’ in the September shooting deaths of a family of four. Huey allegedly had a relationship with the slain woman.
By 5 a.m. Tuesday, the inbound Kennedy and Edens Expressway, as well as lanes and ramps, will be fully reopened. Reversible express lanes will also resume normal operations.
The officer was driving an Infiniti SUV in the 300 block of North State Street around 12:30 a.m. Thursday. She told officers she dropped her phone and took her eyes off the road to grab it, according to a police report.