St. Thomas More girls' golf and Bismarck-Henning/Rossville-Alvin boys' golf each posted a team win.
An Urbana boys' golfer snagged medalist honors, and St. Thomas More girls' tennis continued to thrive.
Golf and cross-country athletes now will receive two sanctioned postseason events apiece this fall.
Watseka's Schroeder siblings continued faring well at Shewami Country Club by each adding another medalist honor.
The Sabers' senior is competing in both cross-country and golf. On Saturday, she'll actually suit up for both STM teams at the exact same location.
Champaign Central senior, St. Joseph-Ogden sophomore typically would be on hardwood but are thriving on the links this fall instead.
Fan attendance is possible at some local fall sports events, but school and team leaders at other contests need to find ways to keep supporters in the know.
Watseka also pulled through in both boys' and girls' golf, while Champaign Central and St. Thomas More girls' tennis each lost by the narrowest of margins.
Watseka and Iroquois West boys' golf picked up team wins, while Danville girls' tennis began its season with a close conference match.
Golfers, cross-country runners, girls' tennis players and girls' swimmers and divers will contest a one-week postseason in which opponents are decided by regional geography.
There won’t be any IHSA state tournaments this fall, but athletes in golf, cross-country, girls’ tennis and girls’ swimming and diving won’t be completely left out in the cold as it pertains to playoff action.