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Lady Bruins second at Kewanee Invite

Area roundup

Teega Davis runs the ball for Princeton in Mondays F/S game at Hall. PHS won 49-7 to improve to 6-0.
Teega Davis runs the ball for Princeton in Mondays F/S game at Hall. PHS won 49-7 to improve to 6-0.

St. Bede placed second in Saturday’s Kewanee Boiler Girls golf invite at Baker Lake Golf Course.

All five Lady Bruins — Payge Pyszka (97), Ally Mendoza (105), Andi Cattani (107), Alyssa Heitz (109) and Gianna Grivetti (112) received medals.

Bureau Valley’s Paige Twidell (113) and Princeton’s Izzi Hall (115), Brynn Hieronymus (115) and Olivia Eiken (118) also medaled.

Kewanee, the Three Rivers Conference champ, won its own tournament, scoring 366 points, behind meet medalist Riley Hanson (72), who was 13 strokes better than the field.

Boys golf

PHS fourth at LP: Princeton placed fourth (346) in Saturday’s L-P Invite at Oak Ridge.  PHS senior Caleb Alter was the second-place medalist with a 76.

Bureau Valley was first in the silver division today and fifth overall in the Sterling Invitational volleyball tournament Saturday.


The Storm went 4-1 on the day, defeating Dixon 25-22, 25-23, Sterling 25-23, 25-22, Alleman 25-18, 25-22 and Rochelle 25-21, 21-25, 25-16. Their only loss of the day came to Metamora, 9-25, 22-25.

Lauren Wirth served up 36 points, 85 assists and seven aces along with five kills and 22 digs. Other Storm leaders were Carly Konneck (17 kills, 28 digs, 12 points), Molly Bohm (26 kills, 11 blocks), Sam Bohm (15 kills, 5 blocks), Kamryn Kolb (8 kills), Makanna Sabin (39 digs, 25 points, 3 aces), Jenna Nordstrom (24 digs, 21 points), Morgan Ringle (27 digs, 21 points, 5 aces) and Brooke York (10 kills, 5 blocks).

BV raised its record to 17-8.  

• Little Ten Tournament: Indian Creek defeated LaMoille-Ohio 22-25, 25-14, 25-9 in Little Ten Conference tournament play Monday at Earlville. Meghan Davis had eight points with three aces, Collette Mother had 10 digs, Kiersten Shevokas had four blocks and Emma Lundquist three kills

The Lady Lions returned to action Tuesday.

Cross country

At Erie: Freshman Lexi Bohms (145th, 20:43) and senior brother Reece Bohms (206th, 17:43) were the top finishers for Princeton in Saturday’s Panther Invite at Erie-Prophetstown. Both had season bests as did most of the PHS runners.

“I was very pleased with our efforts here. Lexi Bohms had a fantastic race, cutting over a minute off of her previous best. Lexy Michael did the same,” PHS coach Pat Hodge said.

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