EDWARDSVILLE 2, CHAMINADE 1 — The Tigers are 1-0 on the season after Tuesday's road win in St. Louis.
Michael Glisson and Mohammad Hamad scored goals for EHS, giving the Tigers a 2-0 lead. They withstood a late barrage by Chaminade to earn the one-goal victory.
EA-WR 6, WESCLIN 3 — Zac Lafferty finished with a hat trick to lead the Oilers to a victory over Wesclin in their season opener at home.
EA-WR stormed to a 5-0 lead after the first half and never looked back.
Ethan Moore, Jake Erslon and Devin Curtis also scored goals for the Oilers, who play Breese Central on Thursday at home.
COLUMBIA 1, GRANITE CITY 0 — The Warriors began their season on Tuesday with a loss to Columbia on the road. A year ago, the two teams finished in a scoreless tie at Granite City.
The Warriors start their Southwestern Conference season on Thursday against Edwardsville at Gene Baker Field.
FATHER MCGIVNEY 1, TRINITY CATHOLIC 1 — The Griffins opened their season with a tie at home on Tuesday with Trinity Catholic.
Eli Skubish scored the lone goal for Father McGivney during the second half. Logan Shumate corralled seven saves in goal for the Griffins in the tie.
MARQUETTE 189, ALTON 202 — Marquette's Ellie Kane fired a 41 to earn medalist honors and give the Explorers the win at Rolling Hills Golf Course in Godfrey. Other scorers for Marquette were: Maddie Connors (48), Annie Kane (48) and Sarah Gratton (52).
Morgan Bemis (46) led the way for the Redbirds. Addison Gregory (51), Jenna Fleming (51), Annie Maynard (54) rounded out the scoring for Alton.
GRANITE CITY 190, MASCOUTAH 191, WATERLOO 195 – The Warriors improve to 4-0 after winning a triangular match on Tuesday at the Hills Golf Course in Lebanon.
Junior Megan Keel shot a 42 for the second straight match to lead Granite City.
Senior Ashley Richey fired a career-best 43, senior Phoenyx Derner finished with a 52 and senior Emma Sturdivant had a 53.
HILLSBORO 228, LITCHFIELD 229, ROXANA N/A – Roxana junior Bailey Sharpmack finished with medalist honors for the third straight match on Tuesday against Hillsboro and Litchfield at Hillsboro Country Club. She shot a 43.
The Shells had just two golfers in Tuesday’s match, so they didn’t have a team score. Junior Amanda Morgan shot a 57.
HIGHLAND 164, CIVIC MEMORIAL 166, TRIAD 170, GRANITE CITY 178 — The Warriors dropped to 0-3 with a loss to Highland, Civic Memorial and Triad in a triangular match at the Legacy on Tuesday.
Junior Drew Wielgus led Granite City with a 39. Senior Riley Brown and freshman Sam Wielgus each shot a 46 for the Warriors.
ALTON 9, EA-WR 0; GREENVILLE 6, ALTON 5 — Lucy Phillips, Mackenzie Giertz, Cali Giertz, Betsey Papin, Molly Gross, and Skylar Wickenhauser posted singles wins for the Redbirds at Wood River. Alton also swept in doubles over the Oilers.
Against Greenville at AHS, Hannah Macias and Abby Fischer won in singles and paired up to win at No. 1 doubles. Sam Clayton also won in singles for the Birds, while CeCe Moan and Claire Puent teamed up to win at No. 5 singles against the Comets.
EDWARDSVILLE JV 6, MELHS 3 — Edwardsville JV won 5 of 6 singles flights and one doubles match. Singles wins for the Tigers came from: Kilauren McMahon, Maryn Heidt, Tymei Dappert, Haley Earnhart and Kat Earnest. The team of Myan Chenault/Emily Naylor secured EHS' doubles triumph.
MELHS got its lone singles victory from Cierra Frields at No. 2. The Knights received doubles wins from the tandems of: Kathryn Butler/Maycen O’Leary and Tori Roderick/Amber Keplar.
HILLSBORO 5, CIVIC MEMORIAL 4 — The Eagles drop to 1-1 with loss to the Hilltoppers at home on Tuesday.
Civic Memorial began its season on Aug. 18 with a 7-2 win over Waterloo.
The Eagles play Roxana at home on Thursday.
EDWARDSVILLE 9, PATTONVILLE 0 — The Tigers opened their season in fine fashion at home Tuesday.
Junior Natalie Nava netted five goals to pace EHS. Other goals for Edwardsville came off the sticks of: Annie Mulford, Veronica Carrow, Sophia Swalley and Kailey Noud.
Ansley Dorsey, Olivia Fink and Mulford all dished out assists for the Tigers. Junior goalie Sarah Blume earned the shutout victory.