MARQUETTE CATHOLIC 179, CIVIC MEMORIAL 211 — Ellie Kane fired a 40 to help the Explorers pick up a win over the Eagles at Rolling Hills Golf Course.
Kane earned medalist honors with her performance. Annie Kane shot a 44, Lauren Walsh fired a 46 and Madi Connors finished with a 49 for Marquette.
Isabella Roberts shot a 46, Reagan Walters fired a 50, Maisey Watson finished with a 57 and Carmen Phillips and Sophie Blagoue each shot a 58 for Civic Memorial, which dropped to 8-9 and will play a quadrangular match against Litchfield, Hillsboro and Pana on Tuesday.
EDWARDSVILLE 168, MATER DEI 205, HIGHLAND 210 — Addy Zeller led the Tigers, carding a 39 to earn medalist honors and lead her team to a win in the triangular at Highland Country Club.
EHS is now 8-0 in duals this season.
Kayla Weinacht and Jessica Benson both shot 42 and Paige Hamel fired a 45 to complete the team scoring for Edwardsville.
The Tigers have another triangular at 3:30 p.m. today with Mater Dei and Althoff at Stonewolf Golf Club.
O'FALLON 162, ALTON 196 — Alton dropped a Southwestern Conference dual at Tamarack Country Club on Monday to the rival Panthers.
The Redbirds got scoring from Annie Maynard (46), Addison Gregory (48), Morgan Bemis (50) and Paige Wittman (52).
AHS heads to Clinton Hills Golf Course to play Belleville East at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday.
COLLINSVILLE 169, GRANITE CITY 215 — The Warriors dropped to 6-3 overall and 0-3 in Southwestern Conference play with a loss to the Kahoks on Monday at Arlington Golf Course.
Granite City will play in the Belleville East Par 3 Tournament at 2:30 p.m. Thursday at Yorktown Golf Course.
ALTON 181, JERSEY 188 — The Redbirds traveled to Westlake Golf Course in Jerseyville and bested the host Panthers in a dual Monday.
Alton's Ryan Boyd garnered medalist honors, firing a 43. He was joined in the scoring by Matt Moore (45), Dylan Lahue (46) and Brayden Haug (47). Adam Stilts (48) and Dalton Lahue (51) rounded out the lineup on Monday.
The Birds return to the links at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at The Legacy Golf Course against host Granite City.
EDWARDSVILLE DEF. TRIAD 25-11, 25-18 — EHS improved to 10-3 Monday by sweeping the Knights on the road.
Rachel Pranger had a team-high 7 kills, Rachel Verdun dished out 20 assists and Megan Woll contributed 14 digs and 11 service points to lead the way. Verdun chipped in 13 digs for good measure.
Next up for the Tigers is their Southwestern Conference opener at Granite City at 6 p.m. Thursday.
ALTON DEF. CAHOKIA 25-20, 25-15 — The Redbirds improved to 10-5 on the season with Monday's non-conference victory.
Savannah Fisher led the hitting attack with 5 kills, while Emily Stahl led the team with 11 service points and 13 digs. Annie Evans chipped in with 10 digs and Kassie Funk contributed 8 service points and 9 digs.
Alton opens Southwestern Conference action 6:30 p.m. Thursday, welcoming East St. Louis to AHS.
GIBAULT DEF. GRANITE CITY 17-25, 25-18, 25-17 — The Warriors dropped to 5-5 after losing to the Hawks on the road.
Granite City lost its second straight match and three of its last four.
The Warriors return to action on Thursday, when they play the Edwardsville Tigers in their Southwestern Conference opener at Memorial Gymnasium. Last year, Granite City finished 1-6 in conference play.
HILLSBORO DEF. FATHER MCGIVNEY 25-19, 25-14 — The Griffins played host to the Hiltoppers on Monday and fell in two games at home.
Father McGivney faces Wesclin at 7:30 p.m. tonight on the road.
MELHS 2, CARLYLE 1 — A pair of second-half goals led the Knights to the win on Monday over the Indians.
Following a scoreless stalemate at the break, Metro got goals from Kedric Norwood and Stephen Korte in the second half to pull out the one-goal victory. Korte also had an assist. Thomas Schroader had six saves in goal for the Knights.
MELHS (5-3-1) is back in action at 4:30 p.m. against East Alton-Wood River at the Wood River Soccer Park.
TRIAD 4, CIVIC MEMORIAL 0 – The Civic Memorial Eagles dropped to 5-3 with a loss to Triad on Monday at home.
CM lost all of its matches in Mississippi Valley Conference play. The Eagles have been outscored 16-1 in league play.
CM travels to Mascoutah on Tuesday.
GILLESPIE 3, ROXANA 0 – The Shells dropped to 1-7 overall and 1-2 in South Central Conference play with a road loss to the Miners on Monday.
Roxana will play another road conference match on Wednesday, when it travels to Hillsboro to take on the Hiltoppers.