Roundup: Sept. 15

BOYS SOCCER

Geneva 7, Montini 0: Geneva scored all seven of its goals in the first half and Jason Lugger and Calen Colbert each scored twice as the Vikings routed Montini.

Marmion 4, Mount Carmel 1: Landon Meyer, Trevor Jones, Nick Grant, and Gavin Sanchez each scored as the Cadets won their first conference game and reached 5-5.

Sandwich 4, IMSA 4: Thomas Saitta scored all four of Sandwich’s goals in the team’s tie against IMSA. Goalie Alex Wrobel saved nine shots.

BOYS GOLF

Oswego East 177, Plainfield Central 200: Oswego East had a pair of medalists, as Max Behnke and Adam Densberger each shot a 42 to lead the Wolves to a comfortable victory over Plainfield Central at the Fox Bend Golf Course.

Plainfield North 148, Oswego 174: The Panthers fell to Plainfield North to drop to 2-2. Mason Lee led Oswego with a 40. Andrew Hiller (44), Luke Lemke (45) and Matt Frantik (45) rounded out the team’s scores.

GIRLS GOLF

Conant 177, West Aurora 196: Jessica Livingston shot a 45 and Sam Hall shot a 48 for West Aurora in the team’s loss to Conant at Fox Run Golf Links.

Plano 208, Yorkville 215, Plainfield East 243: Rylie Loux led all golfers with a 38 to help give Plano the victory at Blackberry Oaks, and Arieanna Accidentale chipped in with a 47. Louisa Washburn led Yorkville with a 42.

GIRLS TENNIS

Rosary 4 (79), Kaneland 4 (60): Despite losing the number one singles and doubles matches, Rosary got the win over Kaneland. Angela Dassis beat Kaneland’s Brittany Zablocki 7-5, 6-3 in the No. 2 singles match, and Rosary’s Alex Carter defeated Kayla Corirossi 6-2, 6-1 in the No. 3 singles match.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Somonauk d. Aurora Christian 25-16, 25-22: Payton Orzech led the Bobcats with five aces and Lindsey Young had five kills to propel Somonauk to a victory over Aurora Christian.

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