The Yorkville Foxes golf team took care of business at home against Morris at Blackberry Oaks on Monday, defeating the Redskins in a Northern Illinois Big 12 East match by a 157-181 count.
Nick McPherson was the low scorer for Morris with a 42 while Justin Larsen adding a 43 and Trevor Lines a 44.
At the frosh-soph level, Yorkville beat Morris 182-216 despite a 48 by Jake Hulbert and 55s by Dylan Callahan and Toni Menozi.
Spring Valley 186, Seneca 191
The counting scores for Seneca in the meet held at the Mendota Golf Club came from: Conlan Callahan (45), Dan Armstrong (48), Ben Rhoder (49) and Alex Bott (49).
In JV action, Mendota won with a 206, Spring Valley a 212 and Seneca a 214.
Counting scores for Seneca came from: Sean Baker (52), Jacob Bruce (53), Michael Isham (53) and Auston Jashari (56).
Played at the par 36 Dwight Country Club, the Trojans took the Interstate Eight Conference match.
For Dwight, Bryce Mortensen had the low round of 46, though Josh Owens was the medalist for Plano with a 44.
Also scoring for the Trojans were: Nathan Zabel 47, Seth Galloway 48, Andy Froelich 48, Karsen Kopmann 50 and Ryan Folkers 51.
No JV score was kept but scoring for Dwight was: Dalton Hagi 45, Nick Schultz 49, Drew Jensen 53, Drew Hansen 55, Dylan Emm 58 and Noah Nutting 62.
Earlier, Dwight lost to Beecher at the varsity level by a 171-175 count at Cardinal Creek. Scoring for Dwight was: Zabel (40), Brice Mortensen (44), Froelich (45) and Kopmann (46).
Beecher also won the JV meet that day 196-204.
Marist 177, Minooka 198
In the nonconference dual held at Heritage Bluffs, the Indians lost by 21 strokes.
Scoring for the Indians were: Alli Lee (45), Becca Andreano (49), Andra Sharp (51) and Sahley Gray (53). Also shooting for Minooka were: Alex Renison (59), Miranda Sharp (62), Olivia Kostueck (62) and Danielle Harris (61).
Putnam County 226, Seneca 267
In a dual held at Edgewood Golf Course in McNabb, PC came away with the non-conference win.
Scoring for the Lady Irish were Jacquelyn Newberry (60), Natalie Hamilton (65), Hannah Cisco (71) and Sam DeGraff (71).
Sean Micetich was the winning pitcher for the Warriors, 13-1.
He went four inning allowing four hits and a run. Beau Wills pitched the final inning.
At the plate, Carter Copes had three RBI, and Keegan Gagliardo and Danny Phillips had one hit each to go with two RBI.
In the seventh-grade game, Coal City won 13-2 behind the pitching of Jack Bunton.
At the plate, Alex Friddle had four hits, including a double, and both Payton Hutchings and Nolan O’Keefe had two hits each. Both of O’Keefe’s hits were doubles.
Earlier against Channahon, Coal City defeated the Indians at the eighth-grade level, 14-0.
For the Warriors, Justin Dabulskis got the complete game, striking out seven and throwing a two-hitter.
At the plate, Nick Jones had three hits and three RBI. Kaleb Spreitzer also had two doubles and three RBI. Micetich also had two hits.
Earlier, Coal City defeated St. Raymond 9-1 at the eighth- grade level behind the pitching of Gagliardo.
He fanned six and allowed one hit. Wills had a three-run double and Friddle two singles.
Earlier, Coal City defeated Wilmington 11-6 behind the pitching of Blake Harseim. harseim, Phillips and Jones had three hits each.
In the seventh grade game, Coal City beat Wilmington 6-5.
Hutchings was the winning pitcher and Austin Pullara had four hits.
In the eighth grade game, the Indians got the victory.
In the seventh grade game, Minooka won 6-2 behind the pitching of Nick Krugler. He allowed one hit and struck out eight. At the plate, Zach Stoner and Jake Howicz had two hits each.
Alex Loizon was the winning pitcher, allowing two hits while Kaelyn Kelly had three hits. Loizon also had two hits. Jillian Kurtz, Lizzy Conforti and Rachel Stuchly had one hit each.
Lyda Robinson had two hits for Seneca and she also stole a base and scored both runs for the Raiders.
Taylor Bushman was the tough-luck losing pitcher. She allowed seven hits and struck out 10.
Matt Schofield scored his second hat trick of the season and jake Westerhoff, Tim Doody, Frank Thompson, Brandon Mesinas and Nick Beasley had one each in the win. Ryan Doody earned the shutout in goal.