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Local Sports Roundup 9/2/11
Area Results

Volleyball Galesburg lost at Dunlap (25-12, 25-18) Sophs and Frosh L also
Knoxville d. Abingdon (2)
Princeville d. ROWVA (2)
Williamsfield d. Delavan

Girls Golf (at West View) Galesburg fell to Quincy 183-191
Marissa Vinson medalist with 38

Boys Golf (at Hendco) West Central 172 Knoxville 184 N. Fulton 213
Tyler Scott 38 for WC; DanVanAntwerp 44 for Knoxville
(at Oak Run) Dunlap 145 Williamsfield 3rd place Spencer Smith 38

College Volleyball Iowa Wesleyan d. Knox (3)

College Soccer Dubuque 2 Monmouth 0


Today's Schedule (High School Football Week #2)

Western Big-6 Galesburg hosts Morton (7:06 on WGIL)

Moline at O'Fallon
Alleman hosts Dixon
Rock Island at Pekin
United Township hosts LaSalle-Peru
Quincy at Aurora

Prairieland Elmwood/Brimfield at Abingdon
Knoxville at North Fulton

Lincoln Trail United at West Prairie
Annawan/Wethersfield at Mid County (in Galva)

Also tonight Monmouth-Roseville at Spring Valley Hall
Ridgewood at Mercer County
Princeville at Stark County
Sherrard at Macomb
West Central at River Valley
Peoria Heights at Farmington
BPC/A at Rushville-Industry
South Fulton at Beardstown
Lewistown at Havana


The Division 3 College football season kicks off Saturday, and in our area, both Knox and Monmoouth have home games:

Knox, under second year head coach Chad Eisele, will play host to Washington University of St. Louis. Eisele says Washington will be a tough opponent again this year. Eisele says after last season's rash of injuries with a young team that posted just one win, he's ready for a fresh start.

Meanwhile, Monmouth College will host 15th-ranked Wartburg, Iowa. The game marks the return of preseason all-america quarterback Alex Tanney to the Fighting Scots offense. Tanney was redshirted following a season-ending knee injury early last fall.
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