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Lady Lions take two

Two nights, two wins for LaMoille/Ohio.

The Lady Lions improved to 5-0 in the Little Ten Conference, 12-4 overall with a 25-17, 25-17 win at Kirkland Hiawatha. Shiela Browning led the Lady Lions with nine kills and Ragen Forbes had 13 points and 15 digs. On Monday, the Lady Lions jumped out of conference play at home to defeat Lowpoint-Washburn 25-10 25-14. Erika Zimmerlein had a team-high seven points with Browning adding four and Toni Lawrence and Elizabeth Geuther adding three each. Rae Schultz served up 12 points and two aces.

Newman 2, Bureau Valley 1: First place in the TRAC North was on the line Tuesday at Sterling, where host Newman stay unblemished in Three Rivers play, defeating the Storm 25-21, 20-25, 25-22. Valerie Reuter had 10 kills and seven digs for BV (10-4, 6-2), while Sydney Lebahn had 26 assists.

St. Bede 2, Kewanee 0: The Lady Bruins rolled to a 25-14, 25-19 win at home Tuesday behind Morgan Bosnich (10 points, 3 aces, 21 assists), Hanna Bima (7 kills) and Olivia Mueller (6 kills, 2.5 blocks).

Girls golf

At Princeton: Back at home Tuesday at Chapel Hill, the Tigresses easily defeated St. Bede 194-208. Arraia Hicks and Sophia Suarez shared medalist honors at 45 with Miller and Reidner adding 52s. St. Bede was led by Gabby Mendoza (47) and Sydney Eustice (49).

Boys soccer

Princeton 4, HBR 1: Tyler Marvin scored three goals, notching his hat trick with 14 seconds left to play Tuesday. Jacob Estrada added two assists and Dylan Schaefer a goal and an assist, all in the second half as the Tigers rolled Tuesday over the Royals.

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