Lyons Township girls soccer
On a busy Saturday at the Naperville Invite, the Lions edged Lincoln-Way Central 2-1 as Erin Fitzgerald and Emily Lange each scored a goal for the victors. LT (6-3-2) lost 2-0 to defending state champion Naperville North later in the day as the Lions managed just four shots on goal.
The Bulldogs split two Metro Suburban Conference matchups last week, routing Fenton 19-7 but falling 10-0 to Illiana Christian. RBHS is scheduled to play four games this week, highlighted by Wednesday’s 4:30 p.m. game against Ridgewood at Veterans Park in North Riverside.
Lyons Township girls lacrosse
The Lions (7-0) remained red hot with a 15-11 victory over Oak Park. Elizabeth Grisko led LTHS with four goals, while Sarah Aldrich, Cecilia Luxem and Mary Van Spankeren, Caroline Tritt and Megan Hankins added two goals apiece. Jorie Pristo tallied nine saves in goal for the Lions.
Lyons Township boys tennis
The Lions captured fifth place by scoring 13.5 points at the prestigious Jay Kramer Invite at Hinsdale Central on Saturday. The host Red Devils won the championship (37 points) followed by runner-up New Trier (23.5 points).
Riverside-Brookfield girls water polo
The Bulldogs lost 9-7 to Lincoln-Way East in their lone match last week. Allie Shumowsky scored five goals and Sydney Veon added a goal and four steals for RB (11-15).
RBHS defeated Plainfield Central 10-5 in a nonconference meeting and rocked Fenton 15-0 to improve its record to 3-6 on the spring.
Runyan-Randruut excels in vault
Eleven-year-old Adah Runyan-Randruut performed well for the Level 8 Junior B Illinois team at the USAG Region 5 meet in Bowling Green, Ohio over the weekend.
The Brookfield gymnast placed ninth on vault (9.375) and scored a 9.2 on the beam en route to 22nd in the all-around.
Last month, the Brookfield gymnast earned first place in the vault (9.6) and finished fourth in the all-around Junior B age group at the USAG state meet held in Bourbonnais.
Duffek, Urbanski sign with colleges
Riverside-Brookfield High School outfielder C.J. Duffek signed a letter of intent to play college baseball at Northwest Missouri State. RBHS linebacker Joe Urbanski also signed a letter of intent to play football at Robert Morris University next season.