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Local Sports Roundup -- 9/9/9
High School Boys Golf

Galesburg earned a double-dual victory Wednesday afternoon at Bunker Links.

The Silver Streaks (152) defeated Peoria Notre Dame (161) and Limestone (161) for the team's third and fourth wins this week.

Jacob Schwieter led Galesburg with an even-par 36. Teammates David Blake and Joey Juergens both posted 38s.

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Stark County won a triangular against Williamsfield and United at Lake Calhoun.

The Rebels combined to shoot 182. Billtown finished five shots off the pace and United shot 196.

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Galva bested Ridgewood 177-193 at Kewanee Dunes

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Princeton downed Annawan-Wethersfield and Erie at Kewanee Dunes.

The Tigers shot 166. A-W and Erie both combined to shoot 193s, with the tiebreaker going to Annawan-Wethersfield.

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Macomb outshot Aledo 162-197 at Macomb Country Club


High School Girls Golf

Knoxville moved to 4-0 on the season after defeated Midland (3-2) in a dual meet at Laurel Greens.

The Blue Bullets shot 196 to Midland's 215. Knoxville's Taylor Thompson fired a 44 to earn medalist honors. Teammate Abby Ball carded a 45 and Morgan Mason shot a 49.


High School Volleyball

Stark County (3-1) defeated Williamsfield in three games (14-25, 25-17, 25-16). The Rebels also won the junior varsity match in three games

Kewanee (1-1) downed Farmington (0-3) in two games (25-23, 29-27). Jessica Abel had 14 kills for the Farmers in the loss. Farmington won the junior varsity match in three games.

Orion won against Mercer County in two games (25-14, 25-15). Ashley Tompkins had 3 kills and Teague Holmes had 2 blocks for Mercer County. Maddie Deporter led the Chargers with 5 kills. Orion won the junior varsity match in two games and the freshmen match in three.

South Fulton racked up three victories in the South Fulton Rebel Invitational in Astoria. The hosts defeated Greenview (two games), Havana (three games) and Triopia (two games).


College Volleyball

The Carl Sandburg Chargers Volleyball team began Arrowhead Conference play at home Thursday night with a loss against Illinois Valley.

The host Chargers lost in three straight sets: 25-27; 15-25; 18-25 in the best of five match. The Chargers fall to 2-6 overall and 0-1 in conference play.

The Chargers were led by Stacy Boys with 8 kills on 17 attempts and 7 digs, Malinda Anderson with 6 kills on 9 attempts, 2 aces and 3 blocks and Trisha Beswick's 22 assists.

The Chargers play again on Tuesday at 6 p-m at Black Hawk College in Moline.

Coach Todd Winkler on the match: "We play a great quarter of the first set - we had Illinois Valley (down) 19 to 10 and couldn't put them away (and) that was the turning point in the match. We lost all focus after that and did not play sound volleyball. We have talent but just can't put it together right now."


College Soccer

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Rend Lake College - 5
Carl Sandburg College - 0

(GALESBURG)

Rend Lake stats: Thad Snell scored in the 3rd min. and the 42nd min. with no assist. Jerome Andrew scored in the 16th min no assist, Bradley Eli scored in the 73rd min. no assist, Jared White scored in the 75th min. no assist.

Shots - 14, Saves - 4, Corner Kicks - 1, Fouls - 14, Off Sides - 2
Goalie= Josh Sears


CSC stats: shots - 6, Saves - 10, Corner Kicks - 1, Fouls - 7, Off Sides - 1

Goalie - Evan Morath

Comments from coach Jim Carothers: "This was a rather physical game for both teams...we had quite a few shots but no score. The team is still trying to gel this season."


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Illinois Central College - 8
Carl Sandburg College - 0

(EAST PEORIA)

ICC stats: Jenna Haste scored in the 6th min.and the 41st min. no assist, Brittany Ellis scored in the 24th min., 81st min. and the 42 nd min. with an assist by Kelsey Frank, Jenny Birdoes scored in the 44th min. no assist, Kate Russell scored in the 39th min. no assist, Alley Redington scored in the 55th min. no assist, Alaina Ravens scored in the 57th min. no assist.

Shots - 22, Saves - 5, Corner Kicks - 4, Fouls - 8, Off Sides - 1

Goalie - Sarah Schrader


CSC STATS: Shots - 6, Saves - 11, Corner Kicks - 1, Fouls - 3, Off Sides - 1

Goalie - Lindsey Franey

Comments from coach Jim Carothers: "The score does not show it, but CSC played well against (ICC), but couldn't find the back of the net and we let our guard down and ICC scored on us. CSC shots improved as well as the ball movement on the field."


College Golf

The Carl Sandburg College men's and women's golf teams split on the road at Lincoln College in a dual meet at the Lincoln Elks.

The CSC men shot a team score of 318, which was good enough to beat the Lynx of L-C by 10 strokes. Leading the way for the men was sophomore Andrew Ledford's 76. Others scores on varsity: Jordan Lieber 81, Chris Neal 81, Kyle McEwen 80 and Luke Kane 81.

Playing as individuals CSC had Nolan Zellman 79, Matt Lundeen 80 and Jarod Spangler 85. The highlight of the day for the Chargers was an ace on hole #8 by Spangler.

The CSC women were led by sophomore Taylor Lane's 89, however that wasn't enough to overcome the 72 by Lincoln College's Cooper Shawen - who took the low round of the day.

Sandburg combined to shoot 394 to tie with L-C, but lost the decision with Lincoln College's 5th score edging the Chargers by 5 shots.

Other scores were Abbey Heck 94, Kayla Bishop 97, Jaclyn Cahill 114 and Mollie Frakes 124.

Coach K.C. Harding: "It was nice for the guys to get a win under their belt even though we have yet to bring our best to the table. It was a tough loss for the girls going to the 5th score but they showed great improvement from last week"

The CSC men's team will be on the road Friday at Port Byron and the women will play at Soangetaha Country Club in the Knox College Prairie Fire Tournament.


High School Cross Country

The Monmouth-Roseville boys and girls teams finished first in the Prime Beef Run in downtown Monmouth.

Macomb finished second and Annawan-Wethersfield third in the boys race.

Princeville and Farmington finished behind the Titans in the girls race.
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