Mitchell Nehrkorn shot a 1-over-par 37 at Silver Ridge Golf Course, but the Oregon Hawks fell 165-168 to Big Northern rival Byron on Monday afternoon.
Carson Buck had 42, and Ben Gardner shot a 44 for Oregon (9-5, 8-3 Big Northern).
Indian Creek 178, Amboy 187: Griffin Kozeal shot a 43 as the Clippers lost at Indian Oaks in Shabbona.
Logan Thake had a 47, and Josh Gross added a 48 for Amboy. Indian Creek's Jake Wieseler was the medalist with a 42.
Galena 178, Polo 186, Dakota 203: Brix Clayton led the Marcos with a 44 as they split against the Pirates and Indians at Galena Golf Club.
The medalist was Dakota's Brett Benning with a 5-over-par 40.
Alleman 199, Rock Falls 200: The Rockets' Kara Nehrkorn was the meet medalist with a 44, but the Pioneers eked out the one-stroke win at Rock River Golf & Pool in Rock Falls.
Rockets coach Deena Thatcher credited Nehrkorn for her honesty, as Nehrkorn called a penalty stroke on herself for dropping her putter and having it hit the ball.
"No else saw it," Thatcher said. "I think she set a good example for Rock Falls High School. I'm super proud of her for doing that."
Byron 209, Oregon 233: Freshman Abi Scheidecker shot a 49, as the Hawks fell to the Tigers at Silver Ridge in Oregon.
Ali Scheidecker added a 51 for the Hawks (5-3). Byron's Katlyn Watson was medalist with a 48.
Lena-Winslow 209, Eastland 218, Pearl City 250: Karissa Freidag shot a 50 as the Cougars finished second in a triangular at Coach's Golf Course in Lena.
Izzy Todd added a 54 for Eastland (8-1). Lena-Winslow's Lexi Graf shot a 41 to earn medalist honors.
St. Bede 226, Prophetstown 247, Henry 253: Taylor Kelley had a 55 to pace the Prophets at Spring Creek Golf Course in Spring Valley.
The medalist was St. Bede's Sydney Eustice with a 10-over-par 45.
Dixon 4, Rochelle 1: The Duchesses took four of five matches in a NIB-12 dual in Rochelle.
Katie Hammitt won the No. 2 singles match over Whitney Strichen 6-4, 7-5. Dixon (7-3, 3-1) swept the three doubles matches.
The No. 1 doubles team of Hayley Kent and Jessica VanOoosten faced the biggest challenge, knocking off Lisa Noggle and Marina Eraas 6-2, 4-6, 6-4.
The No. 2 doubles team of Maribeth Johnson and Stephanie Tressel, and the No. 3 doubles team of Joan Bratt and Rachel Turffs both won in straight sets.
Newman 5, Galesburg 3: The Comets took four of six singles matches to beat the Streaks at Sauk Valley Community College.
Newman (5-3) took the top four singles matches in straight sets. The team of Mary Alice Oswalt and Anne Vits won the No. 1 doubles match 6-0, 6-0 over Paige Trulson and Sara Wunder.
The No. 2 doubles match did not finish before being called because of darkness.
Sterling 4, Princeton 1: The Golden Warriors swept the doubles matches on their way to a road victory over the Tigers.
Coming out on top were the No. 1 team of Grace Steinke and Allie Shank, the No. 2 team of Katie Schauff and Charish O'Neal and the No. 3 team of Sarah Trobaugh and Anna Ivarson.
Erin Ansusinha won at No. 2 singles for Sterling (7-4).
Faith Christian def. AFC JV 25-17, 25-19: Tressa Schulaer had 18 digs and nine kills for the Falcons in a win over the Raiders.
Also for Faith (16-1), Sarah Smith had eight kills and eight digs, while Annabeth Rozanas added 11 set assists, four digs and three kills.
Mitchell Nehrkorn, Oregon golf, medalist, 1-over-par 37
Katie Hammitt, Dixon tennis, won No. 2 singles match
Mary Alice Oswalt, Anne Vits, Newman, won No. 1 and No. 2 singles matches and No.1 doubles match