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Bloomington High School's TJ Barger and Normal Community's Allison Enchelmayer earned medalist honors, while the Normal West boys and University High girls took team titles Friday in the Ronald E. Schaede Invitational at the U of I Blue Course in Savoy.

Barger fired a 6-under 66 to earn boys medalist by three strokes over Urbana Uni-High's DJ Nelson. Enchelmayer carded a 1-under 71 to edge Effingham St. Anthony's Ava Wegman by one shot.

The Normal West boys ended with a 324 total, led by fifth-place Garrett Swingler with a 77. Champaign Central was second at 328 and Bloomington third with a 331 in the six-team field.

The U High girls shot 306 to easily outdistance runner-up Effingham St. Anthony (317). Normal Community was third (332) and Central Catholic fourth (340) out of eight teams.

U High's Lexi Onsrud placed third with a 75, while teammates Maddison Murphy and Jayden Spinks tied for fourth with 76s. U High's Jaiden Mapugay was sixth with a 79.

Knight earns medalist honors at Prep Tour Showcase: University High School's Brevin Knight shot a three-under 69 to take medalist honors in the Prep Tour Showcase boys meet at Oak Ridge Golf Club in LaSalle.

Playing on the par-72 south course, Knight had seven birdies overall and scorched the back nine with a five-under 31 to edge three players who tied for second at 70.

As a team, U High shot 300 and finished fourth in the meet won by Hinsdale Central. Led by Logan Winn's 76, Normal Community carded a 319 to finish 11th in the 16-team meet. Streator finished 16th with a 368.


Hoerdemann to coach at Ripon: Former Central Catholic High School basketball standout Hayden Hoerdemann has been hired as an assistant basketball coach at Ripon College. Hoerdemann played for Ripon in the 2014-15 season as a senior after playing three years at Division I Western Michigan. He has been a graduate assistant coach and recruiter at Illinois Wesleyan the past two years.

He earned his degree in business management at Ripon before receiving his master's degree in Sports Management from Illinois State.


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