Fieldcrest gets past foes: A 40 from Isaac Morse powered the Knights (9-1) over host El Paso-Gridley and Flanagan-Cornell Wednesday near Kappa.
Eureka, R-B locked in a battle: Due to a better fifth score, the Hornets (7-4) were awarded a triangular decision Thursday at Tall Oaks. Eureka and the host Rockets (9-3) were tied at 188 through four scorers, while Peoria Christian was one stroke behind. Jarrett Bline's 43 topped R-B scorecards, while Clayton Waller recorded a 46 for the Hornets.
Knights prevail over Irish: A 39 from Clay Wells guided Fieldcrest to a win Thursday over Seneca at Nettle Creek near Morris.
Hornets victorious on the road: Carolyn Pacocha's 41 led Eureka (9-0) in a Thursday dual with host Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley at Railside.
R-B goes one of two: A 40 from Jarrett Bline led the Rockets in a Monday tri at Dahinda's Oak Run. R-B beat Mid-County, but lost to host Wiliamsfield.
Tandem wins: Morgan Greene and Allison Pacocha of Eureka joined forces to win in Monday's Olympia Invitational at Atlanta's North Greens. They won a playoff hole over Monticello's duo of Ashley Long and Molly Stringer.
Tjaden paces Knights: Alivia Tjaden's 18-hole score of 114 topped Fieldcrest cards at the Pontiac Invite Monday at the Elks Club. Geneva emerged as the team winner.
Fieldcrest claims first: The Knights won the Midland Invite Monday at the Lacon Country Club, as Clay Wells posted a team-best 74.
Knights second, Eureka third: A 37 from Clay Wells helped Fieldcrest finish runner-up to Peoria Ch. in Tuesday's Eureka Invite at Kaufman Park. Zac Messer's 42 paced the Hornets.
Eureka 25-25, Le Roy 7-13: Behind 14 kills from Hailey Flowers, the Hornets (10-0, 3-0) rolled in Heart of Illinois Conference action on the road Thursday night.
Heyworth 23-7, Fieldcrest 25-25: Emma Petersen's nine kills paved the way for the Knights (10-0, 3-0) in Thursday's league match.
DePue 8-9, R-B 25-25: A half dozen kills by Kamryn Kearfott put the Rockets (6-5) in firm control in the Tri-County Conference opener Thursday at Dick Broers Gymnasium.
EP-G 25-16-25, R-B 13-25-18: Paige Sauder netted a triple-double with 18 assists, 10 service points and 10 kills Monday at DBG.
Fieldcrest 25-25, Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley 21-15: Eight kills from Emma Petersen paved the way for the HOIC guests on Tuesday.
R-B 25-25, Lowpoint-Washburn 12-14: Maddy Oltman tallied nine kills Tuesday night as the Rockets moved to 2-0 in the league.
Olympia 1, R-B/E 11: Ashton Hubert (three goals) was one of six individuals to find the net Thursday for the Rockets (5-5).
Canton 0, R-B/E 9: Bradley Bachman turned in a hat trick Saturday morning for the hosts.
Eureka 52, Flanagan-Cornell-Woodland/R-B 0: Jonah Hahn recorded three touchdowns, two rushing and the other via a fumble recovery, for the Hornets (2-1) in the HOIC crossover contest Friday evening. The hosts were held to just 36 yards of total offense and committed three turnovers.
Fieldcrest 13, Tremont 16: Tyler McKay threw two touchdown passes for the Knights (1-2) in Friday's conference crossover.
Eureka girls, Argo take gold: Eureka took first of 38 teams in Saturday's one A portion of the First to the Finish Invitational at Detweiller Park in Peoria. They scored 129 points to outdistance runner-up Winnebago. Emma Argo took individual honors in 17 minutes, 54 seconds over three miles. She won by eight tenths of a second over Staunton's Lydia Roller.
Johnson paces boys: Also at the First to the Finish Invite, Kyle Johnson of Eureka was ninth individually, while the Hornets took fourth out of a 53-team pool. Olympia placed first.