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Morris golf team advances out of Bishop McNamara regional

The Morris boys golf team advanced out of the Bishop McNamara Class 2A Regional on Tuesday, finishing third behind Joliet Catholic Academy and Lincoln-Way West. JCA ended with a team score of 345, West 353 and Morris 359.

Scoring for the Redskins were: Nick McPherson (87), Justin Larsen (89), Jake Hulbert (90), Jacob Cobian (93), Trevor Lines (96) and Nick Bonomo (97).

Individually, Coal City had two kids get out of the regional. Jack Scerine shot a 92 and Matt Gubelman a 93.


Coal City def. Clifton Central,

25-21, 25-13

Claire Smith’s 13 kills and four blocks powered the Lady Coalers (13-7) Monday. They got three kills from Ryanne Ehrman and 15 assists from Kassie Aldridge.

Coal City won 25-9, 25-15 in the sophomore match, improving to 12-8.


Minooka 8,

Providence 1

Joe McCabe and Matt Dlugopolski scored times each Tuesday for Minooka (8-5-2). Mauro Medina and Ryan Bozue also had goals. Assists were provided by Kyle Sparks and Giacomo Raimondi with 2 each, Dlugopolski and Mason Messina.

Minooka’s sophomores won 8-2 over Providence.


Sandwich 220,

Seneca 246

The Lady Irish counted a 53 from Jacquelyn Newberry, a 56 from Natalie Hamilton, a 65 from Sam DeGraaf and a 72 from Hannah Cisco Monday at Nettle Creek.


Parkside 18,

Shabbona 2

Alexis Smith scored 2 points for the Shabbona sixth-grade “A” girls. Terri Silva scored 4 points in the “B” game for Shabbona, which lost 18-9.

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