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Prep roundup: WWS boys golfers move on to sectional tourney

Published: Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2013 10:02 a.m. CDT • Updated: Tuesday, July 29, 2014 9:58 p.m. CDT

The Tigers advanced to next Monday’s Naperville Central sectional after placing third in the extremely competitive Class 3A York Class 3A regional Tuesday with a 293.

Will Denmen tied for second place individually with a 68. Sean McCaffrey, Brian McCaffrey and Tommy Dale all shot a 75. Will Kelly added a 76 and Bailey Dahlquist had a 78.

BOYS GOLF

Wheaton North

Participating in the loaded York Class 3A regional Tuesday, the Falcons missed out on advancing to the sectional as a team after placing fourth with a score of 303.

Wheaton North did have five individuals qualify for the sectional. Michael Suazo and Caleb Weise both shot a 75, Ben Shabib came in with a 76, Conor Morency carded a 77 and Charlie Vasbinder added a 78.

Matt Winkelmar (86) also competed.

West Chicago

The Wildcats came in seventh place at the St. Charles East sectional with a 347.

Dino Parducci will represent West Chicago at the St. Charles East sectional after shooting an 81.

St. Francis

The Spartans advanced to the sectional as a team after coming in as the runner-up at Tuesday’s Class 2A St. Rita regional.

The squad finished with a stroke total of 299.

John Stolte shot a 71, Jon Nocek had a 73, Dan Mochel carded a 77 and Dan Zurawski was next with a 78. Connor Buckley added an 86 and Jake Lane rounded out the group with a 93.

Over the weekend, St. Francis shared first place honors with Marmion at the Suburban Christian Conference tournament.

In the two-day event, Jonathan Nocek emerged as the individual champion with a score of 149, which included a 72 on Friday.

Wheaton Academy

The Warriors fell one stroke short of advancing to the sectional as a team, placing fifth at the Aurora Central Catholic Class 2A regional Tuesday with a score of 311.

Three individuals advanced to the sectional. Grant Gosden shot a 71, Zack Spear had a 75 and Bobby Teevans finished with an 80.

Wheaton Academy came in fifth at the Suburban Christian Conference tournament. Gosden was fourth individually with a two-round score of 154.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Wheaton Warrenville South

The Tigers defeated Wheaton North 25-21, 17-25, 25-21 on Oct. 3 behind 11 kills apiece from Talia Holze and Kristin Martin. Rachel Burao dished out 27 assists.

Wheaton North

Despite 12 kills and six digs from Grace Tiesman, the Falcons dropped a 25-21, 17-25, 25-21 decision to Wheaton Warrenville South on Oct. 3.

Erica Walker totaled 14 digs, Kelly Thornton had 14 assists and four digs and Hailey Cound finished with 12 assists and four digs.

St. Francis

The Spartans knocked off St. Edward 25-16, 25-20 on Oct. 2 as Mary Boken totaled nine kills. Sam Dubiel contributed 15 digs and Natalie Murison finished with 17 assists.

Wheaton Academy

The Warriors came in third place at the IMSA Invite on Saturday.

The squad beat Newark, East Aurora and Joliet Central in pool play before losing 25-13, 25-18 to Mt. Assisi in the semifinals. Wheaton Academy bounced back to defeat Westmont 25-12, 25-15 in the third-place match.

Brianna Tellschow finished the event with 28 kills and seven aces, Samantha Krill posted 27 kills and 21 digs and Sarah McClain added 95 assists and 11 digs.

BOYS SOCCER

Wheaton Warrenville South

The Tigers beat Naperville North 1-0 in a DuPage Valley Conference match on Oct. 3.

Wheaton North

The Falcons dropped a 2-1 decision to Leyden on Saturday. Nathan Atkinson scored for Wheaton North.

Wheaton Academy

The Warriors knocked off Guerin 8-0 on Monday. Ty Seager and Dan Bergquist scored two goals apiece.

Over the weekend, Wheaton Academy traveled to Pennsylvania when the team lost 3-2 to Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy before defeating Plumstead 3-0.

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