Freund, Dabrowski go low for Sabers

Freund, Dabrowski go low for Sabers

MAHOMET – Alexis Freund shot 86 to earn medalist honors and lead St. Thomas More to the Sangamon Valley Conference title Thursday at Lake of the Woods Golf Course.

The Sabers' Claire Dabrowski was second with a 90. St. Thomas More shot 365.

At Normal. El Paso-Gridley's Jessica Knepp defeated Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley's Emily Spangler in a one-hole playoff to capture the Heart of Illinois Conference meet.

Each shot 91 at Weibring Golf Club. El Paso-Gridley took team honors, 19 strokes ahead of GCMS.

At Cissna Park. Watseka's Emily Bailey shot 48 and the Warriors cruised to the team title in the Iroquois County meet.

In boys' golf:

At Cissna Park. Milford's Dylan Price (41) was medalist and Watseka – led by 42s from Bradley Crabtree and Zach Guenette – captured the team title at the Iroquois County meet.

At Normal. GCMS' Tyler Eads shot 79 to finish second at the Heart of Illinois Conference meet at Weibring Golf Club.

Fieldcrest took team honors. GCMS tied for fourth.

At Normal. Riley Brunson (40) led Champaign Central as the Maroons finished third in a triangular against Normal West and Normal Community at Ironwood Golf Course.

At Mahomet. Jackson Hayes led a St. Thomas More sweep of the top four spots as the Sabers coasted to the Sangamon Valley Conference tournament championship.

Hayes defeated teammate Ben Dodds (75) in a playoff at Lake of the Woods.

STM's Will Baillon (77) was third, and teammate Nathaniel Khachaturian (79) took fourth.

In boys' cross-country:

At Chrisman. Matt Avenatti of Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman covered Chrisman's Cow Chip course in 17 minutes, 42 seconds to lead his team to a dual-meet victory against Bismarck-Henning. The Blue Devils' Nick Marx (18:08) was second.

In boys' soccer:

Monticello 7, Meridian 1. Brett Winterbottom and Drew Schumacher had two goals apiece for the visiting Sages (10-3-2).

Mahomet-Seymour 3, Bloomington 0. Caleb Tonkinson, Andrew Shroyer and Joel Clark scored for the visiting Bulldogs (4-9). Keeper John Kennedy had two saves.