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Boys golf

At Princeton: Zach Hicks (40) took medalist honors for the second day in a row, leading Princeton to a 171-181 win over LaSalle-Peru Thursday at Chapel Hills Golf Course. Also contributing to the Tigers win were Colby Robbins (43), Ian Nichols (43), Colin Pierson (45), Derec Roberson (46) and Miles Rose (47). Kyle Hanck (45) led L-P.

Bryce Nyman’s 51 led the PHS JV in defeat (195-220).

At Princeton: Hicks fired a 38 to lead PHS (163) over Erie (178) and Sterling Newman (189) in a Three Rivers triangular Wednesday at Chapel Hill. Robbins added a 39, Nichols a 42, Pierson a 44, Roberson a 46 and Rose a 48.

Princeton (206) also swept the JV meet behind medalist Erven (47). Also scoring for the Tigers were runner-up Austin Jamsion (48), Josh Eggers (54) and Hunter Culjan (57).

At Sherrard: Host Sherrard (183) topped Morrison (188) and Hall (191) in a Three Rivers triangular Thursday. Pete Mautino and Ryan Ott each shot 45s for Hall and Zach Vanderpool added a 46.

At Cambridge: Kewanee and Amboy/LaMoille both shot 157s Wednesday at Valley View Golf Course. Griffin Kozeal led the Clippers with a 41 and Logan Thake added a 43.

At Port Byron: Bureau Valley’s Ryan Young claimed medalist honors at 36 in Three Rivers Conference action at Byron Hills Golf Course. The host Riverdale Rams (165) edged St. Bede 165-166 with he Storm (186) third.

St. Bede came in with 41s by Joe Dudek and Jarret Olson and 42s by Anthony Truckenbrod and Joe Kim. Scoring for BV were Logan Twidell (44), Jacob Heidenreich (52) and Harrison Brousseau (55).

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