Area Roundup: Sept. 25

BOYS SOCCER

Geneva 3, Oswego 1: Jason Lagger found the back of the net twice for Geneva (6-3-1). Duncan Turnbull was dominant between the posts, finishing with 11 saves.

Plano 3, Paw Paw 3: Julian Corral scored a goal and Gerardo Barraza made five saves as Plano (1-10-1) earned a draw.

Waubonsie Valley 3, Bartlett 1: Waubonsie Valley was powered by two goals from Jon Braun and a goal by Sohum Buch.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Aurora Central d. Fenton 25-22, 25-19: Morgan Spencer came up with six kills for Aurora Central (7-14, 1-5). Sarah Elliott paced the offense with 20 assists.

Oswego East d. Romeoville 25-21, 25-20: Kelly Bertrand had an impressive 13-kill performance for Oswego East. Lauren and Sarah Schultz each chipped in five kills.

BOYS GOLF

St. Francis 155, Marmion 157, Wheaton Academy 164: Jonathan Nocek of St. Francis and Luke Hoss and Jackson Clark of Marmion each shot a 38 for medal honors.

GIRLS GOLF

Plano 207, Seneca 214: Rylie Loux (41) won the medal for Plano.

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