Roundup: October 9


Burlington Central: St. Charles North (338), Batavia (358) and St. Charles East (359) finished in the top-three at the Class AA regionals and all will advance to sectionals. Gianna Furrie led the North Stars, shooting 70 to win medalist, while Kate Lillie had the match’s second-best score with a 76. Rebecca Hasemann’s 81 was the low score for the Bulldogs while Kacie Gaffney and Rose Bundy shared the lead (88) for the Saints. Geneva’s Nicole Hassels (83), Mary Clare Novak (84), Natalie Saeger (96) and Reilly Krohe (97) all advanced individually to sectionals. Tori Guyton (89) and Julia VanGemert (94) both advanced for Kaneland.

Genoa-Kingston: Somonauk shot a 455 at the Class A regional at the Oak Club of Genoa to qualify for Class A sectionals as a team. The Bobcats were led by Abbey Race’s score of 107. Sandwich’s Ashley Guilinger (93) and Rachel Goodin (112) qualified as individuals, as did St. Edward’s Ryann Scully, who shot a 108.

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.

Wheaton Academy: Plano’s Rylie Loux shot a 76 at the Class A regional at Pheasant Run, winning medalist and leading Plano (387) to a spot in sectionals. Arieanna Accidentale also shot an 89 for the Reapers.

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