Wednesday’s girls soccer and boys volleyball roundup

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Conant 5, Buffalo Grove 1 – Sidney O’Keeffe scored three goals and had an assist for the Cougars.

Loyola 5, Mother McAuley 0 – Riley Burns and Katherine Cichon each scored twice for the Ramblers (5-1-1).

Yorkville 4, Coal City 1 – The Foxes were led by Sarah Megazzini’s two goals and two assists.


Joliet Catholic d. Carmel 25-23, 25-18 – The Hilltoppers were led by Blake Reardons 11 kills. Ben Gabor had five kills, and Aron Goeken made 24 assists.

Lakes d. North Chicago 25-17, 25-19 – The Eagles handled North Chicago as Dalton Solbrig had six kills and five digs, and Nick Halberg had five kills.

Lockport d. Oak Forest 25-21, 26-24 – Phil Holle had six kills and John Wheaton had four kills and four blocks for the Porters.

Marist d. St. Rita 25-17, 25-15 – Aaron Kummer dished out 22 assists, Patrick Bradford recorded six kills and Brian Barry had nine kills and eight digs for the Red Hawks (8-5).

St. Francis d. Streamwood 25-22, 25-19 – Jimmy Pisarski and Steve Burns each had five kills for the Spartans (3-0). Pisarski also had 10 assists.

Vernon Hills d. Libertyville 20-25, 25-21, 25-18 – Jared Bennett and Cory Levin each had 15 kills for the Cougars (5-2, 1-0 North Suburban). Dylan DeBoer had 13 kills and Lemuel Turner had nine kills.

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