Area Roundup: Sept. 26-27

SATURDAY’S RESULTS

BOYS SOCCER

Genoa-Kingston 8, Plano 1: Erik Tomlinson scored three goals in a Genoa-Kingston rout. Bobby Nay chipped in three assists.

Hampshire 9, East Peoria 2: In game five of the Hampshire tournament, the Whip-Purs’ Nico Barrientos and Michael Boutin each scored two goals for the victory over East Peoria. Colin Gent and Peter Panagakos also each had a goal while Jose Cruz made a goal and five assists. Andy Pederson made three saves.

Hampshire 1, Harvest Christian 1: Hampshire and Harvest Christian ended with a tie in game one of the Hampshire Tournament. Christian McCusker scored the lone goal for Hampshire while Andy Pederson made three saves.

Streamwood 2, Hoffman Estates 0: Jasminko Dizdarvevia and Alan Camarena each scored a goal for the Sabres in their win over Hoffman Estates. Rafa Gil and Blerim Shobani each had an assist while Sergio Blanco made three saves for the shutout. Streamwood improves to 9-3-2.

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

BARTLETT

Teams: Audry Ernst finished second in 18:04 to lead St. Charles North (78) to a second-place finish behind St. Schaumburg (47). Jacobs’ Lauren Van Vlierbergen won the race with a time of 17:30.4.

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