Monday’s scores

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MONDAY’S RESULTS

BOYS SOCCER

Beecher 2, Tinley Park 2

Beecher (12-5-1): Marshall Landis goal

Brooks 4, King 1

Brooks (5-1-1): Joaquin Sotelo, Diego Pulido 2 goals each

Burlington Central 8, Marengo 1

Burlington Central (13-1-0): Sean Fitzgerald 5 goals

Genoa-Kingston 0, Harvard 0

Hinckley-Big Rock 4, Earlville-Leland 1

Hinckley-Big Rock: Connor Nelson, Adam Joyner, Jack Bullard, Tom Sanders goal each

Joliet West 3, Providence 1

Joliet West (4-6-4): Jesus Gutierrez 2 goals, Isaiah Hailey goal

Lane 3, Young 0

Lane (13-1-1): Chris Cordero, Artur Keilar, David Ulloa goal each

Marian Catholic 2, Illiana Christian 0

Marian Catholic (11-5-3): Alex Guarino 2 goals; Chris Taborn 7 saves

Marist 2, Benet 0

Minooka 6, Joliet Catholic 1

Minooka (7-4-2): Giacomo Raimondo, Matt Dlugopolski 2 goals each

Naperville North 3, Joliet Central 0

Shepard 4, Eisenhower 2

Shepard (7-6-2, 5-1 South Suburban Red): Ivan Magana 2 goals

Solorio 6, Kenwood 0

Somonauk 7, Hiawatha 0

St. Edward 3, Christian Liberty 1

St. Edward (7-7-2): Joe French 2 goals

Timothy Christian 2, Elmwood Park 1

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Evergreen Park d. Eisenhower 25-18, 25-20

Evergreen Park (6-13, 2-5 South Suburban Red): Maddie Vojacek 7 kills; Zoe Monks 12 assists

Gardner-South Wilmington d. Dwight 23-25, 25-19, 25-20

Gardner-South Wilmington (10-5): Lexi Posing 8 kills, 8 digs; Emily Foley 13 assists, 17 digs

Glenbard West d. Willowbrook 25-21, 25-10

Hammond (Ind.) d. Seton 25-11, 25-10

Immaculate Conception d. Aurora Christian 25-22, 25-6

Immaculate Conception: Rory Manion 14 kills; Delaney D’Amore 8 kills, 5 aces, 12 digs; Kimmy Martino 20 assists, 2 blocks; Kerry Mulligan 9 digs

Lakes d. Mundelein 25-19, 21-25, 25-12

Lakes: Megan Behrendt 14 kills; Aly Bathery 18 digs

Lake Zurich d. Prospect 25-8, 26-24

Lake Zurich (18-2): Kristen Walding 21 assists, 6 kills, 6 digs; Kiley McPeek 6 kills, 5 digs, 3 aces

Marian Central d. St. Edward 19-25, 25-14, 25-21

Marian Central (7-7): Frankie Taylor 11 kills, 17 digs; Rachel Giustino 6 kills, 5 blocks; Alex Kaufmann 22 assists

Montini d. Rosary 25-15, 25-20

Montini (18-2): Monica Loftus 6 kills; Natalie Lopez 3 kills, 4 digs

Oak Lawn d. Queen of Peace 20-25, 25-16, 27-25

Oak Lawn (12-3): Becky Bradshaw 9 kills, 10 digs; Simona Tomczak 7 kills, 8 digs

Regina d. Vernon Hills 25-11, 25-15

Rockford Christian Life d. Elgin Academy 25-13, 25-18

Rolling Meadows d. Westminster Christian 25-22, 25-13

St. Charles East d. Downers South 23-25, 25-16, 25-18

St. Charles East (15-4): Megan Schildmeyer 12 kills, 13 digs; Carly Jimenez 4 kills, 25 assists, 9 digs; Anne Hughes 23 digs

Stevenson d. Buffalo Grove 25-17, 25-22

T.F. South d. Oak Forest 25-12, 25-16

T.F. South (18-2, 7-1 South Suburban Blue): Briana Lilly 9 kills; Abbe Mullen 13 assists

BOYS GOLF

Hampshire 169, Belvidere 219

M: Geoff Beck, Hampshire, 40

Illiana Christian 166, Chicago Christian 169

M: Matthew Zandstra, Illiana Christian, 36

Indian Creek 179, Somonauk 182

M: Tommy Burton, Somonauk, 40

Notre Dame 158, Niles West 174

M: Sean Furman, Notre Dame, 38

St. Francis 157, Glenbard West 164

M: Dan Mochel, St. Francis, 36

Westminster Christian 165, Elgin Academy 175

M: Connor Rejman, Westminster Christian, 36

SOUTH SUBURBAN BLUE

Teams: Lemont 313, Oak Forest 332, Tinley Park 376

Individuals: Ben Groselak, Lemont, 74; Matt Groebe, Lemont, 75; Joe Ziebell, Lemont, 80; Scott Borden, Oak Forest, 81; Dave Karwoski, Oak Forest; 82; Dylan Ross, Oak Forest, 82

SOUTH SUBURBAN RED

Teams: Evergreen Park 355, Richards 357, Shepard 381, Oak Lawn 385, Reavis 403, Argo 408, Eisenhower 416

Individuals: J.R. Wazio, Evergreen Park, 82; Vinny Curta, Eisenhower, 85; Matt Kendryna, Richards, 85; Mitch Cook, Richards, 88; Aroon Green Van Zee, Evergreen Park, 90

SOUTHWEST PRAIRIE

Teams: Minooka 308, Plainfield North 314, Oswego 327, Oswego East 339, Plainfield South 349

Individuals: Tyler Hollingshaus, Plainfield North, 71; Kent Hudson, Minooka, 74; Jason Chobar, Minooka, 76

GIRLS GOLF

Indian Creek 226, Somonauk 260

M: Sammy Bergstrand, Delaney Bend, Indian Creek, 54

Lockport 181, Oak Forest 198

M: Jackie Pytko, Oak Forest, 42

Lyons 177, Oak Park-River Forest 199

M: Melissa Marfton, Lyons, 39

Payton 191, Taft 242

M: Jenna Greco, Taft, 44

Regina 176, Queen of Peace 194

M: Mary O’Connor, Regina, 38

Trinity 198, Oak Park-River Forest 205

M: Lindsay Dodovich, Trinity, 34

EAST SUBURBAN CATHOLIC

Teams: Carmel 344, St. Viator 349, Providence 360, Marian Catholic 372, Marist 379, Benet 385, Fenwick 391, Nazareth 393, Joliet Catholic 478

Individuals: Dana Gattone, St. Viator, 73; Kayla Ryan, Carmel, 81; Alyssa Newling, Providence, 82; Nina Nicpon, Marian Catholic, 82; Alexa Amato, Carmel, 83

INTERSTATE EIGHT

Teams: Sandwich 406, Plano 414, Lisle 429, Seneca 521

Individuals: Rylie Loux, Plano, 83; Ashley Guilinger, Sandwich, 88; Sarah Maddox, Reed-Custer, 91; Mary Sullivan, Lisle, 94; Caitlyn Laube, Sandwich, 101

GIRLS TENNIS

Andrew 4, Shepard 1

Chicago Christian 5, Argo 0

Glenbard East 4, Downers North 3

Homewood-Flossmoor 7, Stagg 0

IMSA 5, Aurora Central 2

Providence 3, Lockport 2

South Elgin 5, Hoffman Estates 2

Woodstock North 4, Belvidere 3

Yorkville 5, Rosary 2

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

Vernon Hills 17, Grant 46

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

Grant 25, Vernon Hills 32

GIRLS SWIMMING

Vernon Hills 54, St. Viator 40

FIELD HOCKEY

Glenbard West 2, Glenbrook South 0

16-INCH SOFTBALL

Hubbard 9-7, Curie 2-3

RECRUITING

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

SMU—Received a commitment from F Taylor Brame of Young.

TEAMS WANTED

Seton is seeking teams for its Christmas tournament, Dec. 26-30. For more information, call Athletic Director Deon Tolliver at 708-878-9491.

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