CM 6, FATHER MCGIVNEY 3 — The Eagles snapped a five-game losing streak on the road Monday, besting Father McGivney.
CM is now 6-5 following the win, while the Griffins fell to 6-3-3.
Eagles' junior Kaleb Bassett proved too much for Father McGivney, scoring five goals and dishing out an assist on CM's other score. Trevor Panyik provided the other goal to go with an assist, while Keante Hardimon had two assists and Brandon Fields and Jacoby Robinson each dished out one.
The Griffins received scoring from Eli Skubish with two goals and Nate Dammerich with one. Aaron Boulanger and D.J. Villhard provided assists in the loss.
CM now meets Springfield Southeast at 5 p.m. Thursday on the road. Father McGivney plays host to East Alton-Wood River at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday.
ALTON 4, WASHINGTON, MO. 0 — The Redbirds opened the CYC Tournament in style on Monday with a shutout victory in Affton, Mo.
Alton is now 8-2 following the win and advance to face Affton at 6 p.m. tonight in the tourney.
Matthew Paulda, Skylar Funk, Colin Lombardi and Logan Clark provided scoring for the Birds, while Steven Nguyen, Carter St. Cin and Lombardi all had assists.
EDWARDSVILLE 0, DE SMET 0 — Edwardsville and De Smet couldn't find the back of the net on Monday at the District 7 Sports Complex.
The Tigers avoided their first loss of the season and are now 9-0-3 and ranked third in Illinois. The Spartans, rated eighth in Missouri, are 5-2-3.
EHS goalie Daniel Picchiotti made a save on a De Smet free kick in the final minute to secure the tie.
Next up for Edwardsville is a match at 12:30 p.m. Saturday at home with Normal Community.
EA-WR 4, LEBANON 0 — The Oilers went on the road Monday and shutout the Greyhounds to improve to 8-3 on the season.
EA-WR scored once in the first half and tacked on three insurance goals in the second half.
The Oilers are back in the road at 4:30 p.m. today when they head to Carlyle.
JERSEY 4, ROXANA 0 — The Panthers scored twice in each half to blank the Shells at the Wood River Soccer Park on Monday.
Jersey improved to 8-2 with the victory.
The Shells next play Pana in South Central Conference action at 5 p.m. Thursday at the Wood River Soccer Park.
ALTON DEF. SOUTHWESTERN 25-19, 25-23 — The Birds improved to 11-6 on the season with Monday's win at home.
Kassidy Funke set up the offense with 19 assists, while Saddi Brands and Savannah Fisher paced the net attack with six kills apiece. Annie Evans chipped in with five also. Fisher contributed a block and Grace Kane and Kaija Ufert had a team-high eight service points each. Brands, Fisher and Funke each served up two aces, too.
The Birds play host to Collinsville at 5:45 p.m. tonight.
MATER DEI DEF. MARQUETTE 25-9, 25-9 — The Explorers had a touch matchup on the road Monday at Mater Dei, losing in straight games.
Marquette is 8-10 on the season following the loss.
Michelle Cameron and Regina Guehlstorf had three kills each to lead the net attack. Marissa Nosco dished out nine assists to go with four digs, two service points and an ace. Laura Hamilton also had four digs, while Kate Cogan picked up an ace.
The Explorers return to Prairie State Conference action at 7 p.m. tonight at East Alton-Wood River.
LITCHFIELD DEF. MELHS 25-23, 20-25, 25-18 — The Knights dropped a tough one on the road Monday.
With the loss, MELHS is now 6-13 on the season.
Ellen Schulte had a team high eight kills, while Courtney Fenelon had seven to go with a team-high six aces. Lydia Flaherty dished out a team-high 24 assists in the win. Katherine Lange produced a team-best 11 service points.
Metro welcomes Southwestern to Thomas Hooks Gym at 6 p.m. tonight.
STAUNTON DEF. EA-WR 25-7, 25-9 – The Oilers lost a road match to the Bulldogs on Monday.
EA-WR will play Marquette Catholic in a Prairie State Conference match at home tonight.
EDWARDSVILLE 162, O'FALLON 164 — Three Tigers shot under 40 as EHS narrowly defeated O'Fallon on Monday at Oak Brook Golf Club in a big Southwestern Conference showdown.
Edwardsville is now 15-0 and 4-0 in the SWC.
The Tigers had lost to the Panthers in three tournaments this season prior to Monday's meeting.
Kayla Weinacht led EHS with a 37 and the rest of the scoring lineup rounded out with: Addy Zeller (38), Paige Hamel (39) and Carlie Van Patten (48).
EHS plays host to Granite City at 3:30 p.m. today at Oak Brook in another SWC dual.
ALTON 171, COLLINSVILLE 175 — The Redbirds shot a season low 171 on Monday at Arlington Greens Golf Course in a Southwestern Conference dual win over Collinsville.
Morgan Bemis led the Birds with a 39. The rest of the team scoring rounded out with Addison Gregory (42), Jenna Fleming (44) and Annie Maynard (46).
Abbey Burns of the Kakoks shot 38 to earn medalist honors.
Alton welcomes Granite City to Rolling Hills Golf Course at 4 p.m. Wednesday.
MASCOUTAH 187, CM 194 — The Eagles dropped a Mississippi Valley Conference match on Monday at Cloverleaf Golf Course.
Isabella Roberts led the team in the loss with a 44. Maisey Watson (46), Carmen Phillips (49) and Sophie Blagoue (55).
MARQUETTE 153, HILLSBORO 167, VANDALIA 187 — The Explorers won a triangular at Hillsboro Country Club on Monday to improve to 12-1 in dual action on the season.
All four scorers shot below 40 for Marquette. Michael Holtz led the way with a 1-over-37. Nick Messinger (38), Kolten Bauer (39) and Jack Patterson (39) rounded out the scoring.
O'FALLON 155, ALTON 201 — The Redbirds dropped a Southwestern Conference dual to the Panthers on Monday.
Dalton Lahue shot 47 to lead Alton in the loss.
MARQUETTE 7, HILLSBORO 2 — Marquette picked up a home win on Monday vs. Hillsboro.
Anne Tassinari, Abby Simonds, Maria Wendle and Allison Peuterbaugh picked up singles victories, while Tassinari/Simonds, Adri and Kate Ventigmlia and Wendle/Peuterbaugh earned doubles wins.
The Explorers are now 3-2 and heads to Jerseyville at 4 p.m. today.
TRIAD 5, ROXANA 0 – The Knights, who were coming off a championship in the Alton Invitational Tournament on Saturday, handed the Shells their first loss of the season on Monday.
Roxana dropped to 7-1 and will play at Collinsville on Wednesday.
EDWARDSVILLE 3, PARKWAY SOUTH 0 — EHS logged three goals in the second half to down Parkway South on the road and improve to 8-2-1 on the season.
Goals came from Ansley Dorsey, Annie Mulford and Kaitlyn Smith. Mulford also had an assist.
Sarah Blume secured four saves in the game to earn the shutout in goal.
The Tigers next play MICDS at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at the District 7 Sports Complex.