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Prep Roundup: H-BR boys soccer wins in a rout

Published: Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2013 5:30 a.m. CDT

The Hinckley-Big Rock boys soccer team cruised to a 9-2 win over Paw Paw on Monday in Hinckley to pick up its second Little Ten Conference victory of the year.

Bailey McQueen and Eric Phillips each had two goals and an assist while Tom Sanders scored twice. Cole Lappe assisted on two goals and Jack Bullard had a goal and two assists for the Royals. Brett Wachowiak and Adam Joyner each added a goal while Jeremy Perales and Dakota Reuland each recorded an assist. Jason Bohannon and Dylan Youhanaie played in net for H-BR (8-2-1, 2-1).

Cogs roll: Three Cogs scored in Genoa-Kingstons’ 3-1 victory over Rockford Christian. Juan DaSilva scored in the first half and Juan Lechuga and Erik Tomlinson each scored after halftime for the Cogs (5-4, 2-1 Big Northern East).

T’wolves fall: Indian Creek lost to Earlville-Leland, 3-0, in an LTC match. Jeremy Potter had 17 saves for the Timberwolves (1-7).


DeKalb takes 8th: DeKalb placed eighth in the Ivanhoe Invite at Ivanhoe Country Club. Jacob Cook led the Barbs with an 84, and Connor Hoyle shot an 86. Austin Freeman (88) and Ben Melms (92) rounded out the scoring. 

Headley 5th: Indian Creek’s Drew Headley placed fifth individually in the 10-team Ottawa Invite, leading the Timberwolves to a fifth-place team finish. The Timberwolves (352) were led by Headley, Emerson Witte (88) and David Boehne (90).

H-BR fourth: H-BR finished fourth in a quadrangular with Reed Custer, Seneca and Dwight. The Royals (234) were led by Hunter Seierstad’s 49.


H-BR third at quad: H-BR took third in a quad with Sandwich, Somonauk and Rock Falls. McRaye Schiller led the Royals with a 53.


Kaneland edged by Rosary: Kaneland lost a nonconference dual to Rosary, 4-3. Sammie Schrepferman won, 6-2, 6-1, at No. 1 singles for the Knights.

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