BHS falls at Lincoln: John Kissel scored a goal and was credited with two assists, but Bloomington fell to Lincoln 6-3 in the Jacksonville Challenge Invitational at Lincoln.  Kissel assisted Gustavo Paiva on the Purple Raiders’ initial score and then found the back of the net himself to give BHS a 2-1 halftime advantage.

Lincoln erupted for four goals in the first 10 minutes of the second half to pull away. Juan Ortega, with an assist from Kissel, closed out the scoring for the Raiders (11-3-1).

West falls: A goal by Nicholas Luedtke on an assist from Nicholas Rice gave Normal West an early 1-0 before the Wildcats fell to Quincy 5-1. Quincy took a 2-1 halftime lead before putting the game away with three second half goals. West was outshot 16-5 in falling to 2-14.

Central Catholic blanks Calvary Christian: Central Catholic downed Calvary Christian, 7-0, in Normal. No details of the Saints’ scoring were provided. Emory Thomas had six saves, while Luke Hanold had nine saves for Calvary (2-11-2).

Cornerstone stopped: Noah Mitchell scored 31 seconds into the second period to put Cornerstone Christian Academy on the scoreboard after trailing host St. Joseph-Ogden, 2-0, at halftime. The Spartans prevailed with a 3-1 win. Luke Damkoehler provided the assist for Mitchell. Caleb Mitchell tallied seven saves for the Cyclones (6-7-2).

Sauers sets Streator record: Adam Sauers scored five goals in a 9-2 victory over LaSalle-Peru to set the school single-season record for goals with 29. The old record was 28 by Jose Barajas.

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