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JOCKEYING FOR POSITION – Zeb Beyer of Roanoke-Benson/Eureka battles for possession of the ball during Friday’s game. The Rockets lost 3-0 to Bloomington Cornerstone Christian Academy (For the Journal/Suzy Thompson).

VOLLEYBALL

Roanoke-Benson 25-25, Seneca 16-18: Maddie Monge dished out six assists for the Rockets (15-3, 12-1) on Wednesday night, as they handed the Irish (15-3, 12-1) their first Tri-County Conference setback

Henry 16-17, R-B 25-25: Six kills from Kamryn Kearfott guided the Rockets Thursday evening at Dick Broers Gymnasium

Midland 6-9, R-B 25-25: Chaysea Wood notched five kills on Friday for the Rockets at DBG. The triumph secured a share of the league title with Seneca

Flanagan-Cornell 19-17, R-B 25-25: Maggie Luginbuhl served eight points for the hosts in Monday night's finale at DBG. The Rockets ended on a seven-match win streak

SOCCER

Bloomington Cornerstone Christian Academy 3, R-B/Eureka 0: The guests recorded two goals in the opening half Friday afternoon versus the Rockets (6-2-2)

VOLLEYBALL

Five lauded: Fieldcrest's Gracie Schultz (repeat) was one of five unanimous choices to the Heart of Illinois Conference first team. She was joined by junior Delaney Phillips of Eureka. Those on the second squad included Eureka's Lynnde Dingledine and a pair of Fieldcrest first-year players in Bella Fortner and Allie Wiesenhofer

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