Area Roundup: October 7


East Aurora 1, West Aurora 1: Down one with 19 minutes left, Jorge Sanchez scored the tying goal for East Aurora. Oscar Calzada had six saves for the Tomcats in the draw.

Plano 2, Peotone 1: Plano came out with the victory over Peotone after Ivan Alanis’s goal, assisted by Omar Alanis. Angel Avila made the first goal and Trevor Scott made 13 saves as the Reapers improve to 2-15-1 overall and 1-9 in the Interstate Eight Large conference.


Geneva d. West Chicago 25-19, 25-14: Allyson Barrett had six kills while Kyley Thompson and Madilynn Courter each had five in the Vikings win over West Chicago. Mikayla Lanasa had 18 assists and Kelsey Wicinski had five digs as Geneva improves to 18-4 overall and 4-1 in the Upstate Eight River conference.

Manteno d. Sandwich 25-21, 25-8: Krystal Swanson had five kills and Stephanie Tetrick had four in Sandwich’s loss to Manteno.


Class 3A Oswego

Metea Valley’s David Lipan beat Batavia’s Nick Robinson in a playoff to earn medalist honors at the Oswego Regional. Robinson shot 79 to help lead to Batavia to the team title.

Class 2A Mendota

Mac Cowen and Christian Latham each shot 82 to guide Aurora Central to a third-place finish, advancing to the sectional finals. Sandwich’s Blake Andrew shot 84 to qualify at the top advancing individual. Jake Hed (85), Jeremy Faletto (86), Brett Glennon (86), Jesse Denton (90) and Jeff VanGemert (91) all qualified for Kaneland, which finished fourth. Plano’s Joe Secor (89) and IMSA’s Max Ackerman (90) also advanced.

Class 1A IC Prep Regional

Brett Seward shot 78 and Devin Johnson carded an 80 to help Aurora Christian advance in second place to sectionals.


Yorkville 38, Morris 61, Westmont 67, Sandwich 94, Seneca 152, Plano 154, Lisle 164: Yorkville took the boys’ title at Plano’s Ross Greiter Invitational. Jake Firrantello led the Foxes and finished second with a time of 16:25.7, and Kevin Schleitwiler finished sixth overall at 17:03.5. Five Yorkville runners (Brett Stauffenberg, Matthew Cox, Dawson Diederich, Ben Summers and Josh Graunke) finished between ninth and 13th. Seneca’s Ross McCormick (16:01.9) was the overall individual winner.


Seneca 41, Yorkville 62, Westmont 75, Sandwich 82, Morris 102, Plano 169, Lisle 203, Genoa-Kingston 210: Seneca took the girls’ title at the Ross Greiter Invitational at Plano. Morris’s Mya Shannon had the top individual time at 19:13.0. Jackie Schane (19:27.0, third place) led Plano, Kayla Schiera (19:40.8, fourth) led Sandwich and Sydney Beach (20:32.2, ninth) led Yorkville.

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