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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 SPORTS ROUNDUP
ALTON 7, GRANITE CITY 2: Amelia Redman, Anna Brady, Devora Newquist and Chloe Plough won both their singles and doubles matches as Alton won on the road at the Granite City High tennis courts.
The Redbirds are now 6-9 on the year and conclude their regular season on Wednesday at Belleville West.
VALMEYER 2, CARLYLE 1: Vincent Oggero's brace (two goals) were enough to give Valmeyer the three points at Carlyle.
Evan Rowe-Brown made three saves in goal to help give the Pirates the win.
Valmeyer is now 2-6-0, while the Indians go to 2-12-0.
GRANITE CITY 4, BREESE CENTRAL 0: Elliott Boyer had a brace (two goals), while Cade Bobbitt and Brady Smallie also scored in Granite's win over Central at Gene Baker Field.
Richard Moore had two assists for the Warriors, while Maddox Kennedy also assisted, and Izaak Coll had the clean sheet in goal.
Granite is now 8-7-1, while the Cougars drop to 7-8-0.
FATHER MCGIVNEY CATHOLIC 8, METRO-EAST LUTHERAN 0: Thomas Hyten had a double brace (four goals), while Mason Holmes had a brace (two goals) and both Noah Garner and Nate McLaughlin also scored as McGivney won at Knights Field.
Dane Keeven had four assists for the Griffins, with Tanner Garner getting two assists and both Holmes and Hyten also had assists. Garner and Daniel Gierer shared the clean sheet in goal.
McGivney is now 4-10-1 on the season, while the Knights go to 1-7-0.
CIVIC MEMORIAL 8, FREEBURG 1: Parker Scottberg and Bryce Davis both had a double brace (four goals) to account for CM's scoring in their win over Freeburg at the Bethalto Sports Complex.
Aslan Henderson and Scottberg each had two assists, while Justin Banovz, Davis, Nick Fiorino and Kameron Tharp also assisted.
The Eagles are now 14-2-1, while the Midgets fall to 9-9-1.
EDWARDSVILLE 1, BELLEVILLE EAST 0 (AFTER EXTRA TIME): Evan Moore's goal in the 98th minute was the difference as Edwardsville took a vital three points in the Southwestern Conference match at Tiger Stadium.
Ben Loftus assisted on the game-winning goal by Moore, while Nathan Beck recorded the clean sheet for the Tigers on their Senior Night game.
Edwardsville is now 14-2-2, while the Lancers go to 6-9-1.
TRIAD 6, COLUMBIA 1: Wyatt Suter had a double brace (four goals), while Jake Ellis and Carter Neu also found the back of the net as Triad won on the road at Columbia.
Jake Stewart had four assists for the Knights, while Trent Cissell and Tanner Vosholler also had assists, and David DuPont make five saves in gaining the three points.
Triad is now 13-0-1, while the Eagles are now 8-6-1.
COR JESU ACADEMY 23-18-25-25-15, EDWARDSVILLE 25-25-19-22-7: Cor Jesu came from two sets down to win the best-of-five match over Edwardsville in a clash between two St. Louis-area powers at Cor Jesu's gym in Affton, Mo.
Kaitlyn Conway had three points, an ace, and an assist for the Tigers, while Sydney Davis had nine points, two aces, six kills and two blocks, Claire Dunivan had two kills and six blocks, Emma Garner had nine points and 15 kills, Sara Gouy served up six points, Lexie Griffin had 13 points, an ace, a kill and 23 assists, Kloi Karban had eight kills and two blocks, Gabby Saye had 11 kills and three blocks, Maddie Vieth had four points, a kill and 19 assists and Ava Walltenberger came up with five kills.
The Chargers are now 7-6-3, while the Tigers go to 14-4.
Civic Memorial's girls' volleyball team lost Thursday night to Highland. Highland won the match 27-25, 7-25, 25-20.
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WATERLOO 25-25, JERSEY 14-13: Waterloo took two straight sets from visiting Jersey at the Waterloo gym.
Kari Krueger had four kills for the Panthers, while Kendal Davis came up with five digs, Brooke Anderson had five assists and Dani Long had two kills and three blocks.
The Bulldogs are now 15-4, while Jersey goes to 8-10.
PANA 21-25-25, CARLINVILLE 25-22-13: Carlinville took the first set over Pana, but the Panthers came back to win the next two sets and the South Central Conference match over the Cavaliers at the Carlinville Big House.
Hannah Gibson had a kill for Carlinville, while Jordyn Loveless had two kills and a block, Melanie Murphy had nine points, two aces, two kills and a block, Addie Ruyle served up six points and an ace, Catie Sims served up a point and an ace, Jill Slayton had three points, two aces, six kills, a block and an assist, Isabella Tiburzi had four points, three aces, six kills, a block and 13 assists and Ella Walker had 13 points, eight aces and six kills.
The Cavvies are now 7-10 on the season.
FREEBURG 25-25, ROXANA 19-16: Freeburg took a two-set sweep over Roxana at Larry Milazzo Memorial Gym.
Peyton Petit and Abby Gehrs had four kills each for the Shells, while Calista Stahlhut had three kills, Petit had two blocks, while Destiny Vulysteke had one, C.J. Ross had 10 assists, Kaylyn Dixon had 14 digs, with Ross having seven and Genna Pruitt five and Ross served up four points and two aces, while Kiley Crump also had four points.
Roxana is now 10-11 on the season.
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