Roundup: October 9


Hinsdale South: Naperville North shot 340 as a team to advance to the Class AA sectionals. Lauren Nay scored a 77, which was the Huskies’ best score and just one shot off the match’s medalist, Selina Zeng of Hinsdale Central. Benet’s Abby Bitto and Isabella Abdullah shot a 89 and 93, respectively, and each qualified for sectionals as individuals.

Plainfield North: Waubonsie Valley’s Bing Singhsumalee shot a 68 to win medalist and lead the Warriors (346) to a first-place finish in the Class AA regional at Nettle Creek. Metea Valley (357) and Neuqua Valley (361) also made the cut for sectionals. Five Naperville Central golfers (Stephanie Robinson, Kate Ryan, Lydia DeMoss, Casey Novak, Heather Griffith) and three Oswego East golfers (Juvia Davis, Alayna Dieter, Leena Hwang) qualified as individuals.

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