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Mendoza leads Lady Bruins to sweep

St. Bede junior Payge Pyszka putts on No. 9 hole in Monday's Three Rivers Conference triangular at Wyaton Hills in Princeton. She shot a 49 as the Lady Bruins (184) defeated host Princeton (222) and Orion (263).
St. Bede junior Payge Pyszka putts on No. 9 hole in Monday's Three Rivers Conference triangular at Wyaton Hills in Princeton. She shot a 49 as the Lady Bruins (184) defeated host Princeton (222) and Orion (263).

Ally Mendoza shot a 41 on Monday to earn medalist honors and lead the St. Bede girls golf team to a victory in a Three Rivers Conference triangular at Wyaton Hills Golf Course in Princeton.

The Lady Bruins carded a 184 to beat Princeton (222) and Orion (263).

Also scoring for St. Bede were Gianna Grivetti (45), Payge Pyszka (49) and Ava Manicki (49).

Olivia Eiken led the Tigresses with a 51 followed by Ashten Willson (53), Brynn Hieronymus (54) and Jacklynn Cartwright (64).

Cross country

At Mendota: The St. Bede boys took the first four places Monday to lead the Bruins (24) to a triangular victory over Mendota (35) and Genoa-Kingston (66).

Miguel Jones led St. Bede by finishing in 19:02 followed by Daniel Dugosh (19:26), Logan Griggs (19:35) and James Sanchez (20:16).

In the girls race, St. Bede’s Brady Mudge won the individual title in 22:46.

G-K won with 24 points followed by St. Bede (52) and Mendota (56).

Girls tennis

At Geneseo: The host Lady Leafs outscored Princeton 60-12 Monday for a 5-0 sweep. Seniors Abby Jensen and Anya Kauffman won the most games for PHS at No. 2 doubles, falling 6-7 (2), 0-6.

Geneseo also swept the F/S meet 5-0 with Kailie Winner winning three games (3-6, 0-6) at No. 1 singles for PHS.

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