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Tennis

Prep Roundup: Marmion boys tennis rolls indoors

AURORA – Marmion baseball and track athletes were among those who watched the Cadets boys tennis team defeat Aurora Central Catholic, 5-0, in Thursday’s Suburban Christian Conference dual.

Inclement weather pushed action indoors to Marmion’s Regole Fieldhouse, which hosted its first competition when a JV match was played Wednesday. Because it was a meet, tennis took precedence over practices for other sports.

“It worked out really well,” Cadets coach John Tsang said. “The courts play well inside. It plays like an indoor tennis facility, and we were able to move around the matches pretty well [on three courts].”

Marmion (3-0, 1-0 SCC) yielded a combined seven games in the dual. Jackson Rettig won at No. 1 singles, while the top doubles tandem of Ricky Angsten and Kevin Hoss also was victorious.
GIRLS SOCCER

Kaneland 5, Rochelle 0: At Maple Park, a four-goal outburst after intermission lifted Kaneland (3-2-1, 2-1 Northern Illinois Big 12 East). Heather Ortiz scored twice for the Knights, while Madi Jurcenko and Kiandra Powell had a goal and assist each.

BOYS VOLLEYBALL

Geneva 2, St. Edward 0 (25-14, 25-7): At Geneva, Nathan Jesko and Will Hince both had 11 assists as 13-4 Geneva cruised.

Lake Park 2, St. Charles North 1 (19-25, 25-16, 25-13): At Roselle, North fell to 11-2 despite eight kills from Kevin Beach.

BADMINTON

Geneva 15, St. Charles North 0: At St. Charles, CC Ritter was strong at the bottom of the singles lineup for Geneva (24-3, 4-0 UEC River). North’s Amanda Garbarz pushed Melanie Burkhardt to three games at second singles.

St. Charles East 14, Larkin 1: At Elgin, Hannah Larry won in three games for East at No. 3 singles.

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