Princeton blanked St. Bede 5-0 in girls tennis Tuesday at Hegeler Park.
Allison Blocki defeated Emily Szczepanick 6-3, 6-1 while Maddie Devert downed Caroline Moskalewicz 1-6, 6-4, 10-4 in singles play.
In doubles, Nicole Carlone and Julia Hochstatter defeated Meggan Echols and Katelyn Kapraun 6-3, 6-3, Ali Borys and Lydia Brown defeated Olivia Smith and Kelly Considine 6-1, 6-2 and Mayah Carlson and Sophia Rucinski defeated Audrey Lopez & Claudia Orteza
St. Bede won the F/S meet 3-2 with wins from Lucy Kleczewski (9-7), Paige Kraml and Maddi McGonnigal (9-7) and Sabrina Zhang and Jessica Waddall (8-1). PHS winners were Emma Zelenik (8-0) and Ida Kappel-Boysen and Anya Kauffman in doubles (8-2).
At Chapel Hill: Host Princeton (201) downed L-P (219) and Bureau Valley (280) on the links at Chapel Hill Tuesday.
Kelly VanDenBussche led the Tigresses (10-2, 4-0) at 44, two strokes behind medalist Georgia Kopeteases of L-P. Also scoring for PHS were Adrienne Snethen (49), Jade Loftus (51) and Emily Hartman (57) with Izzi Hall adding a 59 and Olivia Eiken a 64.
Elizabeth Sullivan and Lily Pickard shot 67s for BV and Paige Twiddle a 68.
At El Paso: Gianna Elias and Ali Mendoza shot 51s for St. Bede (213) in defeat to Pontiac (200) and El Paso-Gridley (204) Tuesday at the El Paso Country Club.
Paige Pszka (52) was right behind for St. Bede with Emily Foss adding a 60.
At Kewanee: The Potthoff brothers, Nathan and John, shared medalist honors at 39 to lead St. Bede (165) past Princeton (170) and host Kewanee (197) Tuesday at Baker Park Golf Course.
Dylan Grammar (41) and Trenton Acuncuis (46) also contributed to the scoring with Owen Expel adding a 47 and Seth Ledford a 49.
Caleb Alter and Nolan Scott had 41s and Dylan Gross a 42 for PHS (5-8, 3-2).
PHS (203) won the JV meet behind medalist Braden Murfin (50) and Jack Bauer (51).
At Spring Creek: A golfer named Hall helped Rockridge outduel host Hall Tuesday 158-183. Chance Resetich led Hall with a 41 followed by Nathaniel Mrowicki (46), Dominic Pinter (48), Rivers Jordan (48), Conner Flanagan (49) and Nick Arrate (51).
The Rockets’ Drew Hall was the medalist at 37.
At Princeton: St. Bede (32) topped a field of four teams at Zearing Park Tuesday, including Fieldcrest (44), Princeton (51) and Kewanee (94).
First Bruin was Anthony Hernandez, who placed second at 19:38 followed closely by Curt Lang (19:42) in third. The Bruins also scored top 10 finishes in Daniel Dugosh (20:53), Ryan Edwall (21:00 and Logan Griggs (21:00), who came in 8-10.
Princeton had 5-7 pack with Reece Bohms (19:44), Dillion Forbeck (20:36) and Jake May (20:50).
Top local finisher for the girls was Pam Needs of St. Bede, who came in second at 14:57. Princeton, which filed the only full squad, saw Elizabeth Orwig finish fourth (15:12), Bekah Workman fifth (15:52) and Lauren McMillan sixth (16:06).
Race winners were Victor Echeveste (18:57) and Sadie White (14:43) of Fieldcrest.
At Echo Bluff: The boys and girls from host Hall and Bureau Valley ran together Tuesday with Ethan Cattani (21:13) and Jenna Parente (25:40) of Hall leading the way.
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