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Published: Saturday, May 11, 2013 5:30 a.m. CDT

The Indian Creek girls soccer team defeated Genoa-Kingston, 1-0, in overtime Friday to win the Class 1A Genoa-Kingston Regional championship match.

Josie Diehl posted the shutout in goal for the Timberwolves.

“We had our chances in regulation time, but just didn’t finish against their keeper, who played a great game,” G-K coach Randy Tate said. “We had at least three opportunities that I thought were going to be goals, but she made great saves to kill the attack.”

G-K finished 8-13 on the season.

Indian Creek advances to play in the Genoa-Kingston Sectional semifinals Wednesday.


Class 1A Seneca Sectional: Indian Creek’s Ariel Russell qualified for the Class 1A state meet in both the long jump and triple jump. The senior took second in long jump with a mark of 16 feet, 4 inches and was second in the triple jump at 33-7.

Kate Thuestad advanced to state in the shot put with a throw of 33-0. Nicole Goodrich advanced to state with a throw of 102-1 in the discus.

Freshman Emily Schilling was a two-event qualifier for the Class 1A state meet. Schilling won the 1,600 in 5:27.61 and took second in the 800 at 2:25.29.

Freshman Alexis Van Whye finished second in the 300 hurdles at 51.33 to qualify for state and sophomore Chantel Kyler won the high jump at 5-2.

Hinckley-Big Rock junior Kristen Clark was third in the 800, but qualified for the state meet with a time of 2:25.55


Spartans fall: Burlington Central defeated Sycamore, 14-3, in five innings.

Knights win: Kaneland defeated Plainfield North, 11-4, in a nonconference matchup. The Knights scored eight times in the final two innings for the win.



Hawks shut out Christian LIberty: Hiawatha defeated Christian Liberty, 5-0, in a nonconference game.

Ashley Tamraz pitched the shutout and recorded 12 strikeouts. Abby Turner was 2 for 4, and Hayley Melendez was 2 for 3 for the Hawks (10-8). 


Draper’s run ends: DeKalb junior Tristan Draper lost both of her matches in the state badminton tournament.

She lost a three-set match to Mt. Prospect’s Kiley Walsh in the first round, 21-23, 21-10, 21-7.

Draper continued in the consolation bracket, but lost to Metea Valley’s Michelle Wang, 21-17, 21-11.

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