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Eureka swings past R-B: A nine-hole score of 41 from Zac Messer led Eureka (7-2) to a Thursday triumph over Roanoke-Benson as part of a Thursday triangular that was won by host Peoria Christian at Kellogg. DJ Norman's 46 was the low score for the Rockets (3-3)

Knights fall: Koy Allen's 35 paced all on the course Thursday, but Fieldcrest (7-3) lost a dual to Seneca at Tall Oaks

Pacocha heads the nest: A 38 by Allison Pacocha paved the way for Eureka (5-3) in a Thursday victory over Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley at Kaufman Park

Nix leads Fieldcrest: Calli Nix fired an 18-hole score of 106 at Monday's Pontiac Invitational at the Elks Club

Sauder guides Rockets: A 43 from Luke Sauder led R-B in a dual defeat on Monday to Williamsfield at Dahinda's Oak Run

Allen, Messer finish as clubhouse leaders: Koy Allen of Fieldcrest (36) and Eureka's Zac Messer (37) had their team's low scores at the Birdhouse Open Tuesday at Kaufman. Peoria Christian captured the team race

VOLLEYBALL

Fieldcrest 25-25, Heyworth 17-10: Alyx Carls pounded home seven kills for the Knights (8-1, 2-1) in Heart of Illinois Conference action Thursday evening

R-B 25-25, DePue 14-6: Chaysea Wood had three kills in the Tri-County Conference opener on Thursday for the guest Rockets (3-4) 

R-B 10-11, El Paso-Gridley 25-25: Kamryn Kearfott recorded three kills for the Monday guests

Eureka 25-25, Heyworth 17-7: Seven kills by Joan Zimmerman powered the Hornets (6-3, 3-0) in Tuesday's league road tilt

Lowpoint-Washburn 16-8, R-B 25-25: Maddie Monge served 12 points for the TCC hosts Tuesday night

SOCCER

Co-op makes scoreboard go crazy: Ashton Hubert (four) was one of eight R-B/E players to find the net in a 13-0 victory at Olympia on Thursday. That eclipsed single game record of 11 the Rockets (8-1-1) posted against the Olympia in the 2018 encounter

R-B/E 2, Bloomington Cornerstone Christian Academy 2: Both of the guests' goals on Tuesday came courtesy of Ashton Hubert

FOOTBALL

Chicago Quest 14, Eureka 56: Matt Martin threw for 168 yards and rushed for three touchdowns Saturday afternoon for the Hornets (2-1)

CROSS COUNTRY

Hornets compete in the River City: Alexi Fogo (third) and Jack Cook (13th) were the top Eureka finishers during Saturday's First to the Finish Invitational at Detweiller Park on Peoria's north side. The girls placed fifth in a field of 42 teams

Fieldcrest reigns: The Knights won the team title at the Gary Coates Invite Saturday in Princeton. Victor Echeveste was the top finisher in seventh

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