The Princeton Tigresses won their second straight game in Three Rivers Conference volleyball play Thursday, defeating Erie-Prophetstown 25-19, 17-25, 25-16 at Prouty Gym.
Kenzie Coleman (9 digs) and Madison Richards each had six kills and Addie Grove and Maya Gartin (2 blocks) five each. Abby Peterson led PHS with nine points to go with eight digs. Also for PHS (2-1, 2-0), Taylor Wetsel had six points and six digs and Olivia Chastain added five digs and six points.
Bureau Valley 2, Morrison 0: The Storm rode to a 25-7, 25-14 win over the Fillies Thursday. Kamryn Kolb and Carly Konneck each had four kills and Madison Dye added three kills. Other leaders for BV were Lauren Wirth (9 assists), Makanna Sabin (12 digs, 5 points, 2 aces), Savanna Birkey (10 points) and Madison Keffer (7 assists, 8 points).
LaMoille-Ohio 2, HBR 1: Kiersten Shevokas (14 points, 6 aces) served the Lady Lions to a 25-9, 19-25, 25-19 win over the Royals in Thursday’s Little Ten Conference opener. Ki’Ayana Moore added five kills and seven blocks.
AFC 2, LaMoille-Ohio 1: Host Ashton-Franklin Center defeated LaMoille-Ohio 27-25, 25-11 in nonconference volleyball Tuesday at Ashton. Ki’-Ayanna Moore led L-O with four kills, and Collette Motter had eight digs.
St. Bede 2, Kewanee 1: Maci Bosnich had the hot hand at the service line (13 points) and net (19 kills) to lead the Lady Bruins to a 23-25, 25-21, 27-25 Three Rivers East win on the road Tuesday. Elaina Wamhoff had 42 points and Berklee Linnig added 11 points and 15 kills.
Newman 2, Hall 0: Newman turned back the Lady Devils 25-19, 25-9 in TRAC East play Thursday in Sterling. Meghan Bernardoni had five kills and a block for Hall (2-6, 0-2) while Kami Walk had nine digs.
At Rock Island: St. Bede (188) fell short to Rockridge (167) and Sherrard (169) in Tuesday’s Three Rivers triangular at Highland Springs Golf Course. Nathan Potthoff led the Bruins with a 38. St. Bede also scored with Trenton Acuncius’ 46 while Nicholas Pearse and Logan Humpage each added 52s.
At Prophetstown: Princeton (170) came in second between Riverdale (166) and host Erie-Prophetstown (189) Tuesday at Prophet Hills Golf Course. Junior newcomer Jamie Reinhardt led PHS (5-2, 1-1) at 41 followed by Dylan Gross (42), Caleb Alter (43), Trent Kloepping (44), Eli Strawn (45) and Nolan Scott (49).
At Spring Creek: St. Bede’s Potthoff (39) was medalist Wednesday but the Bruins (181) fell to Orion (181). Also for St. Bede, Andrew Goddard and Matthew Rich had 50s, Humpage and Brendan Pillion 52s and Acuncius a 55.
At Sheffield: Hall senior Nathaniel Mrowicki claimed medalist honors for the second time this season with a career-best 38 at Hidden Lake Thursday. Erie-Prophetstown (172) claimed the match over host BV (178) and the Red Devils (180).
Freshman Grant Plym also contributed a career-low 44 for Hall.
At Princeton: Gross and Alter shared medalist honors with dual rounds of 36 to lead the host Tigers (151) past Rockridge (165) and Morrison (243) in a TRAC triangular Thursday at Wyaton Hills. Kloepping added a 39, Reinhardt a 40, Nolan Scott a 41 and Strawn a 45.
At Princeton: Princeton posted a 231-266 win over Indian Creek Tuesday at Wyaton Hills. Senior Izzi Hall claimed medalist honors at 53 with Brynn Hieronymus sharing runner-up honors at 56. Also scoring for PHS were Jackilyn Cartwright (60) and Ashton Wilson (62).
At Port Byron: The Tigresses (6-2, 2-0) continued their winning ways by defeating Rockridge at Byron Hills Golf Course Wednesday. Hall led PHS with a 51 with Hieronymus sharing runner-up honors once again at 55. Also scoring for PHS were Olivia Eiken (57) and Wilson (65).
Audrey Groham (41) was medalist on her home course for Riverdale, which did not field a full squad.
At Rockridge Invite: Amboy-LaMoille-Ohio had a 1-2 finish in Thursday’s Rockridge Invite, with the boys taking first and girls second. Margaret Vaessen (20:52) won the girls race and Brock Loftus (17:42) was third for the boys.