Dixon shut out the host Tigresses 3-0 to capture the Princeton Invite soccer tournament Saturday at Little Siberia.
Dixon didn’t allow a single goal, outscoring its three foes, including L-P (6-0) and Orion (3-0), 12-0 all day.
Princeton started the day with a 1-0 over Streator on a goal by Gia Ellena.
The Tigresses also beat Sterling 4-1 on two goals by Ali Russelburg and one each by Lauren McMillan and Ellena.
IVC 10, Hall 4: The Lady Ghosts scored four runs in the bottom of the fourth to break a 2-2 tie and went on to turn back the Lady Devils in nonconference play at Chillicothe Monday.
Zoe Morris had two hits and three RBI and Sarah Perkins had two hits with a triple and RBI for Hall (6-8).
Kewanee 11, Bureau Valley 1: BV scored first in the top of the first, but the Boiler Girls answered with three in the home half and eight more in the second to put the Storm away in five innings Monday at Kewanee.
Darla Kepner drove in the Storm’s run with a double, trading places with Storm pitcher Kyra Sayler.
Hall 7-9, Woodland/Flanagan Cornell 9-2: The Lady Devils came back for a 9-2 win in Game 2 to split a nonconference double-header with the Falcons Saturday.
Sarah Perkins had three hits and a RBI and Hanah Hart homered with two RBIs. Morgan Filippini went the distance in the circle, scattering eight hits with four strikeouts.
F-C took the opener 9-7, scoring five runs in the top of the first. Hart hit her first homer of the day, driving in three runs on two hits. Taytum Hahn, Zoe Morris and Perkins each added two hits as well.
Orion 9, Princeton 2: The Chargers (5-3) had 15 hits, including three home runs, to hand the Tigresses (9-1) their first defeat of the season Saturday at Orion.
Lexie Alt had three of PHS’ eight hits. Hannah Muehlschlegel and McKenize Hecht both homered for the Tigresses.
Orion’s Jenna Drish struck out 14 PHS batters.
Sherrard 8, Hall 6: The Lady Devils led early with two runs in the second and scored three runs late, but it wasn’t enough on the road Friday.
Filippini, who took the loss in the circle, led Hall with two hits and a RBI. Taytum Hahn doubled and drove in two runs.
St. Bede 8, Bureau Valley 2: Maggie Sons had three hits and two RBI to lead the Lady Bruins in TRAC East play at the academy Friday. Gianna Elias drove in three runs for the winners.
Hall 6, IVC 5: Trez Rybarczyk struck out two batters to record the final out and strand the tying and winning runs on second and third base Monday at Chillicothe. The first strikeout was a dropped third strike so he had to do it all over again for the save.
Payton Plym had three hits and Jimmy DeAngelo and Chance Resetich two each for the Red Devils. DeAngelo struck out seven and scattered eight hits over 5.1 innings for the win.
Earlville 16, LaMoille 6: Luke Lovgren led the way for the Lions, going 2-4 at the plate and striking out 11 batters Monday at Lions Field.
Hall 4, Sherrard 0: Alec Bulak (6 IP, 3 H) and Brayden DeBates (1 IP, 1 H) combined for a 4-hit shutout as the Red Devils won a TRAC crossover on the road Friday.
The Red Devils had five hits, one each by Jimmy DeAngelo, Payton Plym and DeBates, who also drove in a run.
St. Bede 7, Bureau Valley 0: Jared Rouse pitched a shutout in the Bruins TRAC East victory in a makeup game Friday in Manlius. Trevor Mooney had two hits and two RBI for the Bruins (4-4, 3-3).
At Peru: Princeton swept meets over the host Bruins (4-1) and Streator (3-2).
The Tigers swept doubles play against both teams with the teams of Cole Adams and Ryne Muehlschlegel, Ian Sampson and Austin Phillips, and Austyn Briddick and Xander D’Ambrosio.