MORRIS — The Morris boys soccer team hoped to get a look at some good competition Tuesday in their match against Bradley-Bourbannais, and the Redskins were not disappointed. They dropped a 7-1 decision to the perennial power in non-conference action.
Enrique Gonzalez scored the only goal for Morris (5-6) off of a rebound with 14:40 left in the game.
"Wow, what a team," Morris coach David Valdivia said about the Boilermakers. "I was amazed by Bradley-Bourbannais' twin brothers, who were forwards. They played with such ease. They cut through our center backs like butter. Bradley played composed and were not rushed.
"I was impressed with them, but I was more impressed by my boys, who never gave up. We used this game as a way to get us to that next level. Will see on Thursday [against Sycamore] if it pays off."
Coal City 3, Sandwich 1: Austin Planeta led off the scoring with a penalty kick goal for the Coalers. After Sandwich tied it to end the half, Coal City scored twice quickly in the second half. The Friddle brothers connected with Alex Friddle scoring a goal assisted by brother Austin Friddle. Austin Friddle then scored the final goal with an assist from Planeta.
Lyons Township 1, Minooka 0: Carson Heglund made 12 saves in goal for Minooka (3-3-2) in the non-conference loss.
Minooka 162, Plainfield East 184, Romeoville 231: Dylan Pfieffer, Nolan King and Luke Petrovic each scored a 38 to share medalist honors for Minooka.
Minooka 25-25, Plainfield East 10-11: The Indians remained unbeaten in the Southwest Prairie Conference with the win as Allison Papesh led with eight kills and three digs. Rocky Perinar had seven kills, three digs and two aces for Minooka (8-1, 3-0), while Zoey Seput had 20 assists. Olivia Klank and Samantha Hermann added two kills each, while Taylor Baranski had 10 digs.
Coal City 25-25, Reed-Custer 16-19: Brooke Chapman had 15 assists, six digs and a block for Coal City (7-8, 3-0) in the Interstate Eight Conference win. Katelyn Sisk led with eight kills to go with an ace and a block. Blaire Harseim had four kills and Megan Norris added three. Ali Brancato lead with five digs, while Lauren Phillips had two kills and two aces.
Newark 25-25, Hinckley-Big Rock 11-3: Madi Malone had nine kills, three blocks, two digs and three aces for the Lady Norse (8-1, 2-0) in the Little Ten Conference win. Mattie Chapman had six kills and an ace, while Meggie Scott added four aces. Olivia Nelson had eight aces and 14 assists.
Sandwich 25-25, Seneca 18-20: Maya Grogan had a team-high eight service points to lead Seneca (5-8-3, 0-3) in the Interstate Eight Conference loss. Alyssa Hauch had a team-leading five kills, while Lexi Greve added four. Morgan Pifer chipped in with five digs.
Gardner-South Wilmington 25-25, Tri-Point 11-13: Kaylee Steichen, Carson Halpin and Mady Asbridge all had five kills for GSW (5-2, 2-0) in the River Valley Conference win. Steichen had an ace, while Asbridge added 10 assists and three aces.
Morris 100, Plainfield 85: Morris was led by Madi Kohlmeyer, Jordan La Mont, Lucy Londergon, and Kylie Kamradt, who teamed up to win the 200-meter medley relay and the 400 freestyle relay (4:24.03). Kohlmeyer won the 50 freestyle (29.21) and the 100 butterfly, setting a school record with her timeof 1:11.77. Kamradt took the 100 freestyle (1:06.69) and the 100 backstroke (1:12.11), while Londergon won the 200 individual medley (2:35.52) and the 100 breaststroke (1:24.21). La Mont took the 200 freestyle (2:28.86) and the 400 freestyle (5:09.35). Ava Adams won diving (206.10) and Maddy Knapp took second (197.60). Emma Mote placed third in the 200 freestyle (2:38.08) and Miranda Raddatz took third in the 100 freestyle (1:11.36). Kylie Wissel placed third in the 100 backstroke (1:27.55) and Grace Alford took third in the 100 breaststroke (1:35.28).
GRADE SCHOOL BASEBALL
Mazon-Verona-Kinsman 15, Rockdale 0: The Mavericks opened up IESA Class 1A regional play with the win. Chris Poyner was the winning pitcher, while Dalton DeGrush and Jacob Johnson each had three hits for MVK (11-5), which takes on Shorewood Holy Family.on Saturday.