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Published: Wednesday, May 7, 2014 4:03 p.m. CST

Stilman Valley 4, Princeton 0: The Tigresses fell victim on the other side of the shutout on Tuesday against the Cardinals. The Cardinals scored twice in the first three minutes.

PHS won the JV match 2-1.

Kewanee 11, St. Bede 1: Winning pitcher Ryan Hicks was a one-man wrecking crew for the Boilers, knocking in four runs on four hits.

St. Bede 5, Kewanee 0: Sophomore Brianna Lau pitched a four-hit shutout in a three Rivers South victory at Kewanee Monday. Morgan Knoblauch, Raley Mauck and Lau each had RBI hits and Julia Pohar doubled for the Lady Bruins.

Indian Creek 16, LaMoille/Ohio 4: Ragen Forbes hit a lead-off homer and Amanda Chasteen added a two-run homer to give the Lady Lions a 3-1 lead in the bottom of the first inning Monday at LaMoille. Indian Creek, however, responded with 10 runs in the fifth inning to put the 10-run rule in affect.

Indian Creek 14, LaMoille/Ohio 4: The same two teams met again Tuesday in Shabbona with similar results. Liz Geuther had three hits for the Lady Lions and Forbes, Myrah Graham, Toni Lawrence and Lindsey Perry added two each.

Sherrard 12, Princeton 2: The Tigresses played even at 2-2 through three innings, but the Sherrard Tigers scored 10 more runs to cruise to a 10-run rule victory in six innings Monday at Sherrard. Courtney Oeder’s two-run homer accounted for both PHS runs.

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