Area Roundup: Sept. 23

BOYS SOCCER

Naperville Central 3, Wheaton North 1: Jordi Heeneman finished with the hat trick for the Redhawks.

Naperville North 4, WW South 0: Brandon Hipp netted two goals to fuel Naperville North (6-4-2, 2-0-1 DuPage Valley).

Neuqua Valley 2, South Elgin 0: Neuqua Valley remains undefeated (5-0) in the Upstate Eight Valley after defeating South Elgin. Ryan Ross scored two first half goals for the Wildcats, and Brady Moody made seven saves.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Metea Valley d. South Elgin 25-17, 20-25, 25-17: South Elgin was unable to gain a win against Metea Valley; however, stat leaders for the Storm include Katie Innis with five kills and five digs; Renee Rush with five kills, 19 assists, and seven digs; and Sarah Murray with eight digs.

Neuqua Valley d. East Aurora 25-4, 25-2: Neuqua Valley pulled out a win against East Aurora. Stat leaders include Hailey Kauling with four kills and four blocks; Kaelan Haag with four kills, four blocks and a dig; and Emily Krachenfels with 15 assists and 13 aces. The Wildcats improve their record to 11-8 overall and 4-0 in their conference.

GIRLS TENNIS

Glenbard East 6, Waubonsie Valley 1: Waubonsie Valley fell short against Glenbard East. Their solo match win came in the No. 2 doubles with Riya Sanjay and Maasa Motoyama taking out Mary Kurtz and Bella Colangelo, 6-0, 6-1.

Metea Valley 7, Bartlett 0: It was wins all across the board today for Metea Valley, as they took a win in every match against Bartlett. Michelle He dominated the No. 1 singles match beating Hannah Kolano, 6-0, 6-0. Stacy Wei and Stephanie Wu also provided a win for the Mustangs defeating Rachel Fenn and Bianca Dizon in the No. 1 doubles match, 6-1, 6-2.

Naperville Central 4, Naperville North 3: Naperville Central took the meet today against Naperville North by just one match. Tiffany Chen beat out Lena Zhu in the No. 1 singles for Naperville Central. Yet, Naperville North put up a fight with Abbie Boswell and Jessica Hu taking out Cassie Zhang and Meghan Furukawa of Naperville Central in the No. 1 doubles.

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