ROUNDUP: Thursday’s prep sports scores
Daily Journal Staff Report
Watseka 2, Armstrong Potomac 1 (25-27, 25-20, 15-6)
Kennedy Bauer had 10 kills and 10 assists to lead the team in each category. Mallory Drake had seven kills, and Kennedy McTaggart had three. Cassie Peters had seven assists. Kaitlyn Bell and Taylor Schippert each had an ace, and Schippert also had a team-leading 32 assists. Sydney McTaggart had 13 assists. Haylee Ketchum and McCall Schunke each had four blocks. The Warriors advanced to Saturday’s championship pool.
Cissna Park 2, Danville Schlarman 1 (15-25, 25-11, 15-11)
Sloan Boyce led the Timberwolves with nine kills, and Audrey Kaeb had a team-high 11 digs. Erica Walder added 10 digs and six kills. Anna Jennings led the team with 23 assists and three aces. The Timberwolves advanced to Saturday’s championship pool.
Morris 2, Coal City 1 (19-25, 25-22, 23-25)
Ali Brancato led the Coalers with 24 digs, and Blaire Harseim added 16 digs, six service points and a team-high seven kills. Luci Hakey led the team with eight service points and also had 13 digs. McKenna Fitzpatrick, Megan Norris and Lauren Phillips all had four kills. Norris had a team-high three blocks, and Harseim and McKenna Fitzpatrick each had a pair.
Joliet West 2, Bradley-Bourbonnais 1 (25-23, 23-25, 22-25)
Reece Brown had 33 assists for the Boilers, who got a team-high 13 kills from Liz Schriner. Mallory Januski led the team with eight blocks, and Courtney Hunter had four blocks.
Herscher 5, Westmont 0
Jake Allen scored a pair of goals for the Tigers, who also got goals from Jacob Schultz, Preston Fillmore and Mason Robinson. Schultz had a pair of assists, and Schultz, Jed Martin and Reece Harrod also had assists. Jack Holohan had four saves.
Iroquois West 6, Blue Ridge 0
Diego Camarena had a hat trick in the first half and finished with four goals and an assist. Angel Barajas and Luis Melgoza also scored. Ulises Aguilera had three saves.
Bismarck-Henning 5, Watseka 0
Andrew Heuring had 16 saves for the Warriors, who had eight shots on goal as a team.
Grant Park 7, Rich South 0
Hayden Lehnert four goals and an assist. Logan Weissgerber and Ethan Damler each had a goal and an assist, and Nolan Schneider also scored. John Goldenstern and Derek Dumas each had an assist.
Reed-Custer 4, Sandwich 1
Christian Williams scored a pair of goals for the Comets, who also got goals from Eli Shaefer and Austin Termain. Shaefer and Luke Johnson each had an assist. Nathan Minuth had 12 saves.
Grant Park 179, St. Anne 197
Dragons Ryan Dulin and Andrew Fulk were co-medalists on Thursday, each shooting a 41. Darren Wagner shot a 48, and Daniel Palan shot a 49 for the Dragons.
The Cardinals were led by Connor Cotton’s 47. Brooks Schoon shot a 48, Alec Sirois shot a 49 and Ethan Leveque posted a 53.
Milford 168, Iroquois West 200, Donovan 235
The Bearcats’ James Birch finished as medalist with a 39. Kaleb Harris shot a 40, Brady Marshino shot a 41 and Tanner Sobkoviak shot a 48 for Milford.
The Raiders were led by Ryan Tilstra’s 44. Jack McMillan shot a 50, Kade Kimmel shot a 52 and Brock Small shot a 54.
Kolton Lanue’s 56 paced the Wildcats. Brodi Winge shot a 59, and Keegan Wingerter and Caleb Klecan each shot a 60.
Dwight 187, Momence 265
Andrew Curl finished as medalist and shot a 41 for the Trojans. Mason Tjelle shot a 48, and Nathan Wozniak and Anthony Dinelli each shot a 49.
Momence was led by a 58 from Logan King. Andrew Reams shot a 67, and Matt Warren and Icis Anplug each shot a 70.
Iroquois West 235, Milford 250
The Raiders’ Marissa Pool was the medalist with a 55. Georgia Curtis shot a 56, and Chelsea Medina shot a 61 and Taylor Talbert shot a 63.
The Bearcats were led by Bailey Lutz’s 56. Kristin Butler shot a 61, and Jessica Heins shot a 66 and Emma Mann shot a 67.
Morris 6, Coal City 1
In No. 1 singles, the Coalers’ Kiarra Abbott bested Sophie Memenga in straight sets (6-0, 6-0).