In boys golf
At Danville. Rance Bryant earned medalist status with a 4-over 39 at Harrison Park Golf Course and led Bismarck-Henning / Rossville-Alvin to a 184-191-218 nine-hole triangular win over Westville and Salt Fork. Bryant came first with 6 strokes, and fellow Blue Devil Leighton Meeker finished third with a 47. Jack Duensings 46 keyed Westville, who took over matching 47s from Ty Williamson and Noah Crose. The Storm was started by Brody Althaus 50.
At Findlay. Oakwoods Case Kopacz was the best non-St. Teresa golfer at Eagle Creek Golf Course, his 44th landed him part of fourth place and helped the comets to second place out of five teams in the nine hole meeting. Oakwoods 196 scored behind St. Teresas 173 but ahead of Tuscolas 197, Tri-Countys 215 and Shelbyvilles 227. At Kopacz in the top 10 for the comets came Reed Sperry (45, seventh). The Warriors were led by Braden Boyers 46, giving him eighth position, a position shared by Tri-County topper Holden Kile.
At Grant Park. Despite six Iroquois West golfers shooting between 45 and 51 over nine holes at Minne Monesse, the Raiders were struck down by Grant Park 186-191. Ryan Tilstras 9-over 45 was IW’s best mark, finishing third overall, followed by teammate Kade Kimmels 46.
At Hoopeston. Ben Browns’ third place 53 at the Hubbard Trail Country Club wasn’t enough to stop Hoopeston Area from taking a 209-220 nine-hole loss against Donovan. Trevor Swartz and Wyatt Eisenmann each contributed a 54.
At Monticello. Despite Champaign Centrals Wade Schacht shooting a 35 medalist over nine holes at Monticello Golf Club, it was host Sages who took a 151-165 double win. Monticellos Tanner Buehnerkemper and Matthew Erickson each finished at 36 for the day, followed closely by teammate Will Ross (37). Schacht was supported by the Maroons by matching Charlie Cekander and Luke Livingston’s 43s.
At Rantoul. Fisherman Andrew Ferguson went the lowest in a nine hole double with Cissna Park at Brookhill Golf Course, but his 47 was not enough to stop the Timberwolves from taking a 216-217 victory over the Bunnies. The best results from Cissna Parks were Devin Hulls 50 and Cale Clauss 52. Ferguson was supported by Jacob Reynolds 55.
In girls golf
At Atlanta. Monticello and St. Thomas More took two of the top three spots in a two-player scramble at North Greens Golf Course. Wise men Ashley Long and Claire Webber completed 18 holes with a 2-under 70, runner-up and 4 strokes from the leading Eureka duo. The Sabers Mia Kirby and Brooke Erhard took third place via a scorecard playoff with a normal U-High pairing, carding 1 under 71.
At Findlay. Tuscolas Makenna Fiscus beat all competitors over nine holes at Eagle Creek Golf Course, with her 9-over 45 taking first place with 3 strokes, pushing the Warriors to a 205-212-225 team over Shelbyville and St. Teresa. Tuscolas Marley Good also made a top-five show with a 49 placing her fourth.
At Hoopeston. Armstrong-Potomacs Anna Duden shot 48 to facilitate individual victory at the Hubbard Trail Country Club in an unscored match with Hoopeston Area. The Cornjerkers were led by Payton Armstrongs 61.
At Savoy. Champaign Central took the top five scores in a nine hole dual with Mt. Zion on the U of I Blue Course en route to a 193-228 team win. Cassie To took the medalist recognition with a 42 and was joined in the first three by Mira Chopra (48) and Kathryn Currey (50).
In girls’ tennis
At Danville. Schlarmans’ very first game resulted in a team win when the Hilltoppers crossed St. Joseph-Ogden 6-3 at Danville Tennis Center. Schlarman’s trio of Maya Jenny, Taylor Fowler and Suzi Sermersheim each won in singles and doubles. Spartans peaked at No. 6 singles, where Emma Rydell took a comeback win 5-7, 6-2, 17-15.