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Girls roundup:

Clippers slug way past Boilers

The Amboy Clippers rolled to a Three Rivers victory at home Friday afternoon, scoring 16 runs in the first two innings of a 17-1, five-inning win over Kewanee.

Cassey Doege, Micaela McCoy and Kelsie Thurman drove in three runs each, with Doege finishing a triple shy of the cycle and Thurman a homer short of the cycle.

Destinee Oenes struck out two without a walk in a two-hitter for Amboy (1-2, 1-1).

Girls track & field

Rockets fifth at Galesburg: A pair of first-place efforts by the sprint relays lifted Rock Falls to fifth place in the Silver Streaks Invitational in Galesburg.

The Rockets finished with 52.5 points, behind Geneseo (106), Moline (98.5), Peoria Notre Dame (85) and Galesburg (72).

Rock Falls received wins from the 400 relay team of Shasta Day, Monika Holcomb, Sydney Arrickx and Dominique Sails (50.98) and the 800 team of Day, Michaela Bush, Dallas Clevenger and Sails (1:49.01).

Clevenger also won the 400 in 1:01.23. Day was second in the 100 (13.19).

College softball

Sauk takes two: Kelsey Hagen drove in five runs as the Sauk Valley softball team swept a doubleheader from Waubonsee, 8-3 and 5-4 in Sugar Grove.

Hagen had three hits, including a double, and three RBIs in the opener. Therese Jender also drove in three runs in that game.

Hagen doubled, singled and drove in two runs to lead the way in Game 2.

Kiara Kaleel and Cali Bartholomew got the wins in the circle for the Skyhawks (11-8).

Friday’s stars

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