MONDAY ROUNDUP: Ottawa Soccer, Tennis teams pick up victories on Senior Day

MONDAY ROUNDUP: Ottawa Soccer, Tennis teams pick up victories on Senior Day


Ottawa 3-1 Princeton

OTTAWA – The Pirates buried two goals in the second half Monday to claim the win on Senior Night.

Tyler Robertson, Julio Mendez and Alonso Navarro found the goal for Ottawa (14-6). Carter Chiaventone, Jesus Martinez and Jacob Krueger contributed assists.

Streator wins in penalties

Newark-Seneca advances in Little 10 Conference Tournament

HINCKLEY – The Norsemen will play Indian Creek in the semifinals tonight.


Ottawa 3, Pontiac 2

OTTAWA – On Senior Night, Ottawa (10-0) swept doubles play Monday to remain undefeated in duals this season.

Regan O’Fallon and Ella Marvel won at No. 1 doubles (6-0, 6-1), Marta Johnson and Rebekah Felty took the win at No. 2 doubles (6-2, 6-1), and the duo of Mally Charbonneau and Emily Walker rolled at No. 3 doubles (6-1, 6-0).

Ottawa added a 5-0 win in the freshman/sophomore contest, with Kyra Mitchell (8-1) and Olivia Long (8-0) winning singles matches, and the pairing of Kyliegh Olszewski and Grace Satterfield (8-0) adding a victory in doubles. The Lady Corsairs won No. 2 and No. 3 doubles by default.


Serena def. Hinckley-Big Rock, 25-14, 25-13

EARLVILLE – In the opening round of the Little 10 Conference Tournament Monday night, Paige Sexton had six kills, and Lyla Thorpen contributed seven assists and four aces for the second-seeded Lady Huskers (13-7).

Katie Baker added four aces, five digs and two blocks. Taylor Staton served five aces, and Cheyenne Banister led the defense with five digs.

Serena will play Indian Creek in the semifinals Thursday night.

Marquette defeats Winnebago

Seneca drops non-conference match


Marquette wins two of three at Bureau Valley Shootout

WALNUT – Marquette defeated La Salle by a 18-0 score in the opener, with Hunter Hopkins scoring 10 points and Anna Hjerpe adding six points.

Against host Bureau Valley, Hopkins had 10 points and Lizzy Marshall finished with eight points in Marquette’s 28-4 victory.

Hjerpe scored all nine of Marquette’s points in a 14-9 loss to Princeton in their final contest of the day.