Streaks fall to Maple Leafs
GALESBURG — The Galesburg Excessive Faculty volleyball group was swept by Geneseo 25-17, 25-19 Tuesday night time in Western Huge 6 play.
Abby Endthoff and Abby Lingafelter had 5 kills and a block every for the Silver Streaks (7-12, 2-8). Kadynce Lydic had three digs. Grace Nelson dished out 5 assists and had an ace. Lingafelter additionally had an ace for Galesburg.
The Streaks’ sophomores fell to the Maple Leafs 25-19, 25-16, and Galesburg freshmen additionally fell in straight units 25-16, 25-10.
Chargers sweep Illinois Valley
GALESBURG — The Carl Sandburg School volleyball group served a season-high 16 aces in incomes an Arrowhead Convention sweep of Illinois Valley 25-3, 25-20, 25-10 on Tuesday night time at John M. Lewis Gymnasium.
The Chargers (13-9 total, 3-1 Arrowhead) bought 5 aces every from freshmen Lauren Erke and Jasmin McDaniel as they surpassed their earlier season-best of 13 aces, set Sept. 18 in opposition to Oakton. The pair additionally led Sandburg in digs, with Erke choosing up 11 and McDaniel 10.
Sandburg dominated the primary set in opposition to the Eagles (2-12, 0-4), scoring the match’s first 15 factors on Erke’s serve, together with 4 aces. The Chargers closed the set with a 7-0 run on McDaniel’s serve, together with aces on the ultimate two factors. IVCC trailed 21-20 within the second earlier than Sandburg completed the set off with a 4-0 run.
Jadyn Swan led Sandburg with seven kills. Setter Carmyn Baldwin had 16 assists for the Chargers.
Camille tallies hat trick, No. 10 Chargers rout Daley
CHICAGO — Guylberson Camille had a hat trick and three assists to guide the Tenth-ranked Carl Sandburg School males’s soccer group in an 11-0 blowout at Richard J. Daley on Tuesday.
Camille scored the second of 5 first-half targets for the Chargers (8-1 total, 5-1 Area IV), who have been taking part in their first highway match in a month, and he added two extra tallies within the second half for his second hat trick of the season. Camille additionally scored three targets in Sandburg’s win Sept. 7 in opposition to Kishwaukee. Tuesday’s effort was his fourth multi-goal sport this season.
Pedronel Herrera and Jean Forestal every added a pair of targets for Sandburg. Herrera additionally assisted on two targets, and Forestal added an help.
Adithya Vinod bought the Chargers on the board within the Tenth minute as Sandburg scored 5 occasions in a 25-minute span in opposition to the Bulldogs (1-5, 1-5).
Different scorers for the Chargers have been Neemias Moreira, Stenson Armand and Oliver Hawkins.
Knox beats Grinnell
GALESBURG — The Knox School ladies’s soccer group defeated Grinnell 2-0 in its Midwest Convention opener on Tuesday afternoon.
Knox noticed some nice possibilities early within the sport, narrowly lacking targets on a pair of photographs on back-to-back corners. The Prairie Hearth outshot the Pioneers 9-3 within the first half and Lydia Mitchell broke the tie only a few minutes earlier than halftime on an help from Aleene Ramirez.
Mitchell added to the lead just below 5 minutes into the second half when she scored on a breakaway for her seventh objective of the season.
The Hearth dominated the second half with a 7-2 benefit over the Pioneers in photographs. Total, Knox managed 9 photographs on objective to only 4 from Grinnell.
JR. HIGH FOOTBALL
Streaks fall at Moline Wilson
MOLINE — The Galesburg seventh grade soccer group misplaced to Moline Wilson 34-14 on Tuesday.
Izeah Abdallah led the Streaks’ offense with 130 yards dashing, 50 receiving yards and a TD. Joel Pineda had 60 dashing yards and a landing.
Galesburg’s Maliek Sylia had 4 tackles whereas Charlie Hayden and Brayden Thomas had a pair of tackles apiece.
Titans stopped by Rockets
The Monmouth-Roseville Junior Excessive soccer group was defeated by Rockridge 20-0 on Tuesday night time.
The MRJH soccer group was defeated by Rockridge Tuesday night time 20-0.
JR. HIGH GIRLS BASKETBALL
Sherrard beats Galesburg
The Galesburg eighth grade women basketball group fell to Sherrard 35-22 on Tuesday.
Sophia Kisler had 9 factors, and Khloe Might added seven for the Streaks.