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Provo, Chacon both score three goals in record-setting win for Dixon

Published: Friday, May 9, 2014 12:28 a.m. CST

The Dixon girls soccer team set a single-season wins record for the program by reaching No. 15 Thursday with a 6-0 win over Ottawa on the road.

Katie Provo had three goals and an assist. Freshman Lauren Chacon added to her single-season goal record with three more against the Pirates. Chacon has 32 goals this season. Caitlin Rozek had two assists for the Duchesses (15-4, 6-2 NIB-12 West).

Stillman Valley 7, Sterling 1: Kaitlyn Bauer scored the Warriors' lone goal in a nonconference road loss to Stillman Valley.

The Warriors fall to 8-13-1.

Boys tennis

Alleman 4, Dixon 1:
Keenan Longan and John Brechon won the No. 1 doubles match 6-3, 7-5 over Augie Darrow and Ben Woeber to account for the Dukes' lone win in a dual loss at Emma Hubbs Tennis Courts.

The Dukes (4-8) lost in straight sets in the other four matches.

Girls track

West Carroll 76, Milledgeville 70: The Thunder and Missiles finished second and third, respectively, at an eight-team meet at River Ridge.

Miranda Grisham won four events for Milledgeville. She cleared a distance of 15 feet, 9 inches in the long jump, finished the 100 in 13.7, ran a 1:02.42 in the 400, and won the 200 in 27.75. Teammate Peyton Achs won the discus with a distance of 113-2.

West Carroll's Kelbi Schnieder placed first in the shot put (33-10), and took third in the discus with a distance of 102-7. Courtney Boyer won the 100 hurdles for the Thunder, running a time of 17.34.

Boyer also ran a leg on the 800 relay team that won for the Thunder. She teamed with Erica Walls, Trelawney Baisden, and Allison Barr to run a 1:54.67.

Thursday's stars

Katie Provo, Dixon soccer, 3 goals, 1 assist

Lauren Chacon, Dixon soccer, 3 goals

Miranda Grisham, Milledgeville track, won long jump, 100, 200, and 400.

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