7/8 GIRLS BASKETBALL
Grand Ridge, Wallace win at Ottawa Grade School Shootout
OTTAWA – The first game at Kingman Gym saw Grand Ridge knock off Marseilles, 18-6. Marisa Vickers led the Lady Mohawks (4-5) with 12 points. Faith Maltby and Nora Cave each contributed four points, and Sadie Lechel and Amelia King chipped in two points each in the victory.
Arianna Bodhaine tallied all six points for the Lady Panthers.
In the second game, Wallace cruised to a 35-12 win over Shepherd. Kendall Lowery poured in 17 points for the Lady Warriors and Grace Carroll added eight points. Gianna Leigh finished with four points, and Chloe Ericzon and Taryn Ruhland contributed two points apiece.
Hannah Duggan, Ryleigh Stehl, Kellcie DeMoss, Michaela Froisland, Cheyenne Joachim and Hannah Waddell all had two points for Shepherd.
— Lady Pirate Hoops (@OTHS_GirlsBball) October 11, 2018
Grand Ridge 7th 15, Marseilles 7th 14
OTTAWA – At the Ottawa Grade School Shootout, Nora Cave had five points for Grand Ridge (7-5). Kylie Rhodes and Abby Johannson added four points each, and Jenna Simons finished with two points in the win.
No results were available for Marseilles, nor for the first game between Shepherd and Wallace.
#SHSuccess Congrats to the Varsity Boys Soccer Team for their 3-1 win over former NCIC Rival LP. Nate Carby, Alex Angelico, and Jake Russow scored for SHS. Record 14-8. Also congrats to Coach Huey and the FS Team on their 2-0 win. They finish their outstanding season 14-4-1 pic.twitter.com/FGPLp5eMZX
— Jim Muntz (@JMuntz20) October 11, 2018
— J.T. Pedelty (Times) (@TT_jtpedelty) October 10, 2018
Carl Sandburg def. IVCC, 25-12, 25-17, 25-14
OGLESBY – Hall alum Jenna Lusietto led the Lady Eagles (10-8, 4-3) with 13 kills. Lowpoint-Washburn graduate Jessica Garber set 21 assists and contributed 10 digs, and former LaMoille-Ohio standout Riley Johnson led the IVCC defense with 15 digs.
IVCC 5, Knox 4
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS – Kiara Tate (6-3, 6-1) won at No. 2 singles for IVCC (5-7), while Maya Durdan (7-6, 6-2), Emma Proffitt (6-1, 6-2) and Julia Browning (default) also won singles matches in the No. 4, No.5 and No. 6 matches, respectively. Durdan and Foley added a default victory at No. 3 doubles.