CLASS 3A QUINCY REGIONAL — The Edwardsville Tigers won their third consecutive regional crown on Tuesday at Westview Golf Course in Quincy.
The Tigers carded a 304 team score to win the championship, led by junior Ben Tyrrell who earned medalist honors with a 71.
Luke Babington (77), Tanner White (77), Spencer Patterson (79), Blake Burris (79) and Jon Ratterman (81) rounded out the EHS lineup.
Quincy (316) and Belleville East (335) joined Edwardsville as advancing teams from the regional. Granite City turned in a 363 to finish seventh, while Alton had a 375 to round out the field as the ninth team.
Dalton Lahue (86) of the Redbirds and Riley Brown (86) of the Warriors both advanced as individuals.
Everyone from the Quincy Regional now advances to the Pekin Sectional at Lick Creek Golf Course on Oct. 10.
CLASS 1A WESCLIN REGIONAL — The Metro East Lutheran Knights saw their season come to an end on the team front Tuesday at Governors Run Golf Course in Carlyle, but stayed alive with some individuals.
Senior Jake Jump (92) and junior Michael Fields (94) both advanced individually for MELHS. Metro's Braden Woolsey finished with a 96, tying for 10th individually, but lost a playoff to Lebanon's Brandon Ogden for the final qualifying spot.
As a team the Knights shot 383 and finished fifth in the standings. Champion Hillsboro (320), Litchfield (343) and Christ Our Rock Lutheran of Centralia (376) were the three advancing squads.
Alex Bishop (73) of Litchfield garnered medalist honors.
The Wesclin field now feeds into the Robinson Sectional on Monday at Quail Creek Country Club.
ALTON 4, BELLEVILLE WEST 0 — The Redbirds celebrated senior night on Tuesday with a 4-0 win over the Maroons in their home season finale at Piasa Motor Fuels Field.
C.J. Nasello, Sam Stutz and Skylar Funk scored goals for Alton, which improved to 14-3-2 overall and 3-1-1 in Southwestern Conference play.
The Redbirds scored all of their goals in the second half. They also recorded their fifth straight shutout.
Alton will play a road match against Columbia at 6:30 p.m. Thursday.
GRANITE CITY 2, BELLEVILLE EAST 0 — The Granite City Warriors celebrated their first Southwestern Conference victory since 2013 after beating the Lancers on Tuesday at Gene Baker Field.
Alex Moore and Noah Van Buskirk each scored a goal in the second half and Matt Woods made three saves in goal for Granite City, which improved to 3-8-6 overall and 1-2-2 in conference play. Before Tuesday, the Warriors’ last SWC win came on Oct. 8, 2013 against Belleville East.
The Warriors’ next match will be on Oct. 11 against Jersey at Gene Baker Field.
MARQUETTE CATHOLIC 8, ROXANA 0 – Chris Hartrich and Zach Weinman each scored two goals to lift the Explorers to a shutout win over the Shells on Tuesday at Gordon Moore Park.
Also for Marquette, Aaron Boulch, Noah Fahnestock, Brett Terry and Jiggy Velloff scored goals. Hartrich added two assists in the win, while Weinman, Fahnestock, Boulch, Velloff, Jon Stewart and Kwame Ngwa each logged one assist.
Nick Hemann and Joe Guehlstorf shared goalkeeping duties and had four saves apiece.
The Explorers won their second straight match and improved to 9-5-2. They will play EA-WR at 7:30 p.m. tonight at Gordon Moore Park.
Roxana, which was coming off an 11-0 win over Vandalia on Monday, dropped to 2-16 and will play a road match against Litchfield at 5 p.m. Thursday.
ALTHOFF 4, FATHER MCGIVNEY 0 — The Griffins ended their regular season with a road loss to Althoff on Tuesday.
Father McGivney dropped to 11-5-4 and will play Freeburg at 6 p.m. on Oct. 12 in the Class 1A Freeburg Regional semifinals.
TRIAD 4, CIVIC MEMORIAL 0 — The Eagles dropped to 7-9 overall and 0-8 in Mississippi Valley Conference play after getting blanked by the Knights on Tuesday on the road.
CM lost to Triad 4-0 in the first meeting on Sept. 12 at home.
The Eagles will play Mascoutah at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at home.
WATERLOO DEF. CIVIC MEMORIAL 25-18, 25-16 — The Eagles dropped to 12-11-1 overall and 2-5 in Mississippi Valley Conference play with a two-game loss to the Bulldogs on Tuesday at Waterloo.
CM lost to Waterloo in two games on Sept. 15.
The Eagles next face Metro-East Lutheran at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at home.
VALMEYER DEF. MARQUETTE CATHOLIC 25-18, 25-14 — Marissa Nosco had 22 assists, Regina Guehlstorf finished with six kills and 10 blocks, Lauren Heinz had six kills, Brooklyn Taylor had five kills and four blocks and Jenna Zacha had four serving points for the Explorers in their home loss to the Pirates on Tuesday.
Marquette plays a home match at 7 p.m. Thursday against Roxana.
COLLINSVILLE DEF. METRO-EAST LUTHERAN 25-15, 25-18 — Lydia Flaherty had 16 assists, Courtney Fenelon finished with six kills and Danielle Timmerman had six serving points in the Knights’ home loss to the Kahoks on Tuesday.
MELHS dropped to 8-16 and will play a road match against Civic Memorial at 6:30 p.m. Thursday.
CARLINVILLE DEF. EA-WR 25-22, 25-8 — The Oilers dropped to 5-17 with a two-game loss to the Cavaliers on the road.
EA-WR will play a Prairie State Conference home match against Mount Olive at 6 p.m. Thursday. The Oilers lost to the Wildcats in two games on Monday.
OKAWVILLE DEF. FATHER MCGIVNEY 25-15, 25-12 — The Griffins dropped to 4-14 with a home loss to the Rockets on Tuesday.
Father McGivney will play a road match against Christ Our Savior Lutheran at 6 p.m. Thursday.
TRIAD 5, MARQUETTE 4 — The Marquette Catholic Explorers welcomed Triad to the Andy Simpson Tennis Complex Tuesday and dropped a tight match.
The Explorers slipped to 7-6 with the loss and will play host to Belleville East today for Senior Night.
Anne Tassinari and Maria Wendle earned singles victories for Marquette on Tuesday, while Shelby Jones/Adri Ventigmlia and Wendle/Katie Ventigmlia were doubles winners.