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ROUNDUP: DeKalb's Schrader takes first at Eddington Invite

Published: Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013 5:30 a.m. CDT

DeKalb senior Kelsey Schrader won the Kaneland Eddington Invitational, completing the three-mile course in 18:30. She won by more than 30 seconds over Marengo's Kitty Allen.

Sycamore senior Stephanie Cole was the top finisher for the Spartans, placing 46th in 21:37.

Kaneland finished third as a team and was led by sophomore Brianna Bower (fifth, 19:16), Victoria Clinton (12th, 19:46) and Jessica Kucera (28th, 20:47).

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

Stice takes 11th: Sycamore's Mark Stice placed 11th in 16:28 at the Eddington Invite. DeKalb's Isaac Hietanen was the Barbs' top finisher, placing 24th in 16:54. Paul Fielder was 31st, finishing in 17:03.

"On a positive note, one of our focuses for this meet was to try to cut down our gap between Mark and our pack runners and several of the boys were able to do that," said Sycamore coach Mike Lambdin, whose team finished ninth.

Kaneland's Ryan Bower and Nathaniel Kucera were 22nd and 23rd.

BOYS SOCCER

Oregon beats T'wolves: Oregon defeated Indian Creek, 4-1, in a non-conference match.

BOYS GOLF

Indian Creek takes seventh: Indian Creek finished seventh at the 12-team Sally Wessels tournament. David Boehne shot an 88 while Payton Gatz finished with an 89 for the Timberwolves.

FRIDAY'S LATE RESULTS

BOYS SOCCER

Royals fall: Hinckley-Big Rock outshot, Newark, by more than a two-to-one margin, but had problems finishing in a 3-2 overtime loss. Tom Sanders and Jack Bullard scored the goals and Corey Maercker added an assist on Bullard' goal.

The Royals are 9-3-1, including 3-2 Little Ten Conference, and host Serena at home on Wednesday.

GIRLS GOLF

H-BR downs ACC: Hinckley-Big Rock hosted Aurora Central Catholic in a dual meet at Indian Oaks and defeated the Chargers, 213-225. Freshman Erin Lyons carded a 52 while Kim Weissinger and Sophie Peters each shot 53. Taylor Prellberg added a 55.

"Other than the heat, this was our first meet where Mother Nature played a factor," H-BR coach Greg Jourdan said. "Our girls played with and against a two-club wind, which is a good experience because the wind is always blowing at our regional site.”

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