Brix Clayton and Dylan Bushman both shot in the 80s as the Polo Marcos finished in seventh place at the NUIC Meet at PrairieView Golf Course in Byron.
Clayton shot an 86, and Dylan Bushman had an 89, as Polo finished with a team total of 363. Lena-Winslow won the meet with a 337, followed by Stockton at 345 and Pecatonica at 346.
Stockton's Trey Timpe won a playoff against Aquin's Cullen Barkau to take medalist honors. Both players shot even-par 72.
Eastland's Devin Hartman was the top local finisher in eighth place at 83. He helped the Cougars to a ninth-place finish at 376. Logan Lessman added an 89 for Eastland.
West Carroll finished in eighth place with a 364. The Thunder were led by Sean Keckler's 84 and Cameron Ehler's 88.
AFC's lone golfer Graye Freeman shot an 88.
Erie wins TRAC title: Led by Katlyn Weber's fourth-place finish, the Cardinals claimed the Three Rivers championship at Baker Park in Kewanee.
Weber's 95 paced Erie, which also got a 100 from Morgan Newton, a 101 from Lexi Floming, and a 105 from Sera Bebon. The Cardinals beat runner-up Princeton 401-407.
Morrison's Jaden Workman was the top local finisher, taking third with a 94. Fulton's Mackenna Munson also broke 100, firing a 99.
Prophetstown placed fifth as a team with a 505. Taylor Kelley's 117 was low score for the Prophets.
Julia Daskiewicz led three Amboy golfers with a 108. Kewanee's Paige Dougherty was medalist with a 90.
Freidag second at NUIC: Eastland-Milledgeville's Karissa Freidag shot an 87 to finish second at the NUIC Meet at PrairieView in Byron.
Aquin's Madelyn Reining won the meet with an 85.
West Carroll's Haley Guilinger led the three Thunder golfers with a fifth-place finish with a 97.
Easltand-Milledgeville also got solid performances from Kori Freidag 107 and Izy Todd 108.
With only three full teams in the field, team scores were not kept.
Geneseo 4, Dixon 0: The Dukes trailed just 1-0 15 minutes into the second half against the NIB-12 West co-leading Maple Leafs before goalkeeper Brandon Jagitsch left the match with an injury.
Freshman Nick LeSage filled in, but Geneseo (9-4-2, 5-0-1) was just too much down the stretch. Dixon dropped to 0-12-1 overall and 0-6 in conference play.
Winnebago 2, Oregon 1: Ryan Bennett scored a goal on a penalty kick, and Jordan Gilmour had five saves, but the Hawks lost a Big Northern West match at Winnebago.
Oregon falls to 8-7-3 overall and 4-2-2 in the BNC West.
Tri-State Christian 7, Faith Christian 1: Ben Bierdeman scored the Falcons' lone goal in the lopsided loss in Grand Detour to Tri-State Christian of Galena.
Aaron Robertson assisted on Bierdeman's goal. Faith (3-6-1) trailed 4-0 at the half.
Karissa Freidag, Eastland golf, second at NUIC girls meet
Jaden Workman, Morrison golf, third at Three Rivers girls meet
Katlyn Weber, Erie golf, fourth at Three Rivers girls meet to lead Erie to team title