September 2, 2014
1:11 am
WCMY Local Sports Headlines
Scores from Week 1.
Ottawa perfect at Bremen invite... Somonauk rolls at Breakout Tournament.
Rombach, Wignes propel Ottawa... Seneca survives Hall... Serena fades against Amboy.
Lady Pirates rout Princeton... Somonauk girls' golf continues strong start... Seneca, Sandwich boys' golf cruise.
Dylan Huss scored in the 74th minute to cap off a come-from-behind victory for Serena, 3-2 over Aurora Central Catholic Thursday.
Seneca girls first, Marquette fourth at Early Bird Invite... OHS swimmers topple Sterling... EPG doubles Marquette in rescheduled game.
Cavanaugh/Bradish duo takes third at Ottawa invite... Soenksen co-medalist in Ottawa loss to Geneseo... Somonauk golfers split non-conference triangular.
Big day for Rice leads Ottawa... Serena fends off Coal City... Somonauk routs Sandwich.
Wignes, Rombach lead OHS past St. Bede... Sandwich off to 2-0 start... Somonauk falls to Plano in opener.
Sandwich Volleyball earns narrow victory over HBR... Eagles drop two of three to Romeoville.
This pertains to hunting, fishing and trapping.
Fieldcrest sent Shepherd to its first loss of the season, holding off the Rams 7-5 Saturday.
Nolan McCoy doubled twice and plated three runs as Marseilles rolled past Flanagan 12-1 in five innings Thursday.
Gayan homers, fans 13 in Shepherd rout... Thompson's big day paces Cru Baseball.
Shepherd was active on the bases Wednesday, swiping 10 total bases in a 4-2 win over Streator Northlawn.
Soenksen leads Ottawa to seventh place finish... Gayan dazzles in Shepherd victory.
OHS golf earns opening victory over Newark... Newbury leads MHS golfers at Notre Dame Invite... Somonauk girls' golf places second, Seneca third at Plano quad.
The Ottawa Eagles opened up River Valley Youth Football play Saturday with three victories over Orland Hills.
Sloan Gayan tripled and struck out seven over three strong innings as Shepherd routed Putnam County 11-0 Tuesday.
Results from Monday's tournament games.
Results after first round.
The Central Illinois Legends baseball team will be hosting open tryouts for the 2015 season over the upcoming two weekends.
Tommy Canale is stepping down as athletic director and men's basketball head caoch at Illinois Valley Community College after seven years at the helm of the program.
Results and standings after Week 9.
Results and standings after Week 9.
Results and standings after Week 9.
Results and standings after Week 9.
The Naplate Titans swept a pair of games to qualify for the USSSA 11-and-under AAA World Series in Atlanta.
Results and standings after Week 8.
The Naplate Titans earned a pair of victories at the USSSA Open State Tournament, earning a sixth place finish.
Results and standings after Week 8.
Results and standings after Week 8.
Results and standings after Week 8.
Results and standings after Week 8.
Results and standings after Week 7.
Results and standings after Week 7.
The Visionar Marketing Group A's turned the Ottawa City Little League championship game into a victory lap.
Tyler Lundy collected four hits and three RBIs for the Streaks.
Results and standings after Week 6.
Results and standings after Week 6.
Results and standings after Week 6.
Results and standings after Week 6.
Results and standings after Week 6.
Results and standings for Tuesday night leagues following Week 5.
The Ottawa Streaks and Streator Zips split a weekend set at Masinelli Field.
The Naplate Titans improved to 34-1 with three wins this week.
Results and standings after Week 5.
Chris VanDyke is the new head football coach at Sandwich High School.
Results and standings after Week 5.
Results and standings from Week 5.
Marquette shortstop Trystin Raikes has been named to the Illinois High School Baseball Coaches Association Class 2A All-State Team.
Results and standings after Week 4.
Results and standings after Week 4.
Results from a rain-shortened Week 4.
After more than twenty years at Washington Park in Peru, the Illinois Valley Community Hospital Tennis Classic will have a new venue.
Results and standings after Week 4.
Reds win two... Naplate sees perfect season end at Chillicothe tournament.
Results and standings after Week 3.
Results and standings after Week 3.
Results and standings after Week 3.
Mitch Endress of Marquette is among the 88 players chosen to to play in the 40th annual Illnois High School Shrine Game next month.
Results and standings after Week 3.
Westmont defeated Marquette in unlikely fashion Monday, advancing to the state semifinals without recording a hit.
Somonauk, Putnam County bounced in Super Sectionals.
Honorees for winter and spring sports were announced Monday.
Raikes' big day leads Marquette... Somonauk claims first sectional title.
The Naplate Titans claimed four wins in a rain-shortened Fighting For A Cure tournament in Bourbonnais over the holiday weekend.
The Ottawa Streaks split a doubleheader with AFC Raiders Thursday, dropping the first game 8-3 before winning the second game 4-3.
Nicole Krupp tossed a one-hit shutout and had plenty of run support behind her as Somonauk routed Luther North in the IHSA Class 1A Gardner Sectional semifinals Thursday
Results and standings after Week 2.
Results and standings after Week 2.
Morris stops Pirates... Two-out hits doom Sandwich... Lady Pirates advance with win over rivals... Somonauk, Luther North forced to wait another day.
Marquette Academy saved its best for last Wednesday, and as a result they will play this weekend for their third sectional title in five years.
Serena wins marathon... Sandwich ousted by Morris.
Results and standings after Week 2.
Ottawa used a five-run fifth inning to pull away from Mendota and stay alive in the postseason, earning a 7-1 victory over the Trojans in the Class 3A Morris Regional Quarterfinal.
Ottawa singles players Alec Lindemann and Luke Winchester are headed to this weekend’s IHSA State Tournament.
Sandwich puts baseball and softball teams into regional semifinals.
Make it 17-0 for the Naplate Titans.
Results and standings from Week 1.
Sandwich rallies... Marquette gets El-Paso Gridley in Regional Final.
Results and standings after Week 1.
The top of the Rock Island order proved to be too much for Ottawa Wednesday, combining to go 9-for-12 with six RBIs in an 8-7 win that spoiled Senior Day for the Lady Pirates.
Ottawa saw its season end Wednesday, falling to Yorkville 7-0 in the 2A Morris Regional Semifinals.
Marquette comes up just short against Woodland... Krantz no-hitter, Guzman's six RBIs blast Somonauk past Aurora Christian.
Marquette survives scare from Prairie Central... Somonauk holds off Dwight.
After three years at the helm of the Sandwich football program, Dusty Behringer is stepping down.
Results and standings after Week 1.
Seneca and Serena move on in regional play... Lopresti fires shutout for Sandwich.
Sterling took advantage of five Ottawa errors and shut down the Pirate offense to roll to a 7-1 victory.
IVCC sophomore Lisa Lukkari was among those honored by the National Junior College Athletic Association for superior academic achievement.
Clinging to a 2-1 lead in the seventh inning, the Naplate Titans found the offense and pulled away for a 7-2 victory over Batavia.
Results and standings after Week 1.
Regular season and postseason results from Monday's prep sports action.
Marquette sweeps twin bill at Johnny Mac Tournament... Somonauk's Krantz tosses no-no.
Ottawa and Marquette cruise while Somonauk scratches out an extra-inning victory.
The Johnny Mac Tournament Saturday will have a slightly different look than originally planned.
Rain, rain... it won't go away.
Wet weather and wet fields limited Thursday's area sports action.
A recap of Wednesday's action around Starved Rock Country.
Shaky defense doomed Ottawa once again.
Marquette stretched its winning streak to 10 games while Somonauk earned another Little Ten championship.
Maggie Landers made 13 saves Tuesday to help Ottawa to a 1-1 draw with Streator.
LaSalle-Peru swept Monday’s Illinois Valley Conference meet, but it was not without good showings from the Ottawa runners.
The Naplate Titans kept their perfect season intact by defeating Princeton 6-0.
After being shut out on Friday, the Ottawa bass fishing team simply had too much ground to make up on Day 2.
Marquette and Somonauk roll, Seneca wins rain-shortened affair.
Ottawa dominates Sterling, Marquette snaps skid with convincing win over Henry-Senachwine.
Sandwich and Seneca earned a pair of 1-2 finishes at the Interstate Eight Conference meet Thursday, with the Indians winning the boys' meet and the Lady Irish claiming victory in the girls' meet.

Sandwich runners won just two events but were consistently high in the finishing order to win the conference title. They held off Seneca by 13.5 points, while Plano finished
A recap of Saturday's prep sports action.
Down 3-1 and with just one out remaining, a pair of clutch hits pushed Lisle past Sandwich.
Josh Rogowski crossed the finish line at Heritage Harbor more than three minutes ahead of his closest competitor to win the first Starved Rock Country Marathon. Julie Speck claimed the women's marathon by nearly two minutes.
Twenty-three states. One Canadian province. One European nation. That’s where the runners in Saturday’s Starved Rock Marathon are coming from.
Results from Thursday's prep sports action.
Hall, Hebron-Alden set to compete with Marquette in this year's tournaments.
While Ottawa High is making its first trip to the State Bass Fishing Final, head coach Sean Porter has already been there.
Lady Pirates dominate Coal City, and other local sports results.
Ottawa's girls' track and field squad picked up three event victories and a number of top-three finishes.
Ottawa High hopes to catch a state bass fishing title this weekend in Carlyle.
Ottawa girls' soccer struggles at Geneseo, but boys' tennis romps Morris.
Marquette, Seneca and Sandwich all reach 10 runs, but Ottawa falls to a conference rival.
Marquette rolls, but errors doom Ottawa and Sandwich.
The Naplate Titans 11U team stayed undefeated last weekend with a dominating performance at the Gold Glove Classic.
Sandwich, Serena claim wins in conference play.
The Cavaliers surrendered a two-run lead in the fourth inning Tuesday, then plated three over the next two innings to down the Pirates 5-3.
Illinois Valley Community College was eliminated from the postseason Saturday, falling to Waubonsee 11-3 in six innings in the Region IV semifinal.
Ottawa, Seneca Softball split Saturday twin bills, but Sandwich Baseball drops a pair to Genoa.
Ottawa claimed a pair of top 10 individual finishes Saturday at the 24-team Lincoln-Way East Invitational.
Ottawa, Sandwich roll in conference play.
Illinois Valley Community College introduced its 2014 volleyball recruiting class, a group that included two Ottawa area students.
Illinois Valley Community College Softball advanced to the Regional Final Four Friday after The Eagles beat Carl Sandburg College Wednesday.
Trevor Mccoy gave up just two hits as Somonauk Baseball held on for a 1-0 victory over Hinkley Big Rock.
Bailee Krantz had a five for five scoring three runs as Somonauk Softball came away with a 20-5 victory over Hinkley Big Rock Wednesday.
The Marquette Crusaders Varsity Baseball jumped to a 4-0 lead after three innings leading to a 6-2 victory over Seneca Wednesday.
Somonauk Softball jumped to an early 6-0 lead in the second inning against Kirkland which made way to a 11-1 victory Tuesday.
Marquette Varsity Baseball scored seven runs in the third inning making way to a 16-2 blowout of Roanoke-Benson.
Illinois Valley Community College will host its National Junior College Athletic Association Volleyball signing at 7pm tonight in the IVCC gymnasium lobby.
The Naplate Titans 11U Baseball Team won the Hub City Base-Brawl Tournament in Rochelle for the third consecutive year.
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