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Volleyball

Bebon leads Cards past Rockridge; Dixon tennis falls

Sera Bebon led the Erie girls golf team to a 209-220 win over Rockridge at Highland Springs Golf Course in Blackhawk.

Bebon carded a 49, while teammates
Morgan Newton (51), Katlyn Weber (53), and Madison Newton (57) rounded out the scoring for the Cardinals.

Rockridge was led by Jillian Stone, who was the medalist with a 44.

Oregon 206, Forreston
146 (2-player score): Abi Scheidecker earned
medalist honors with a 47 to lead Oregon over Forreston, which had two players.

Abby Martin carded a 51 for the Hawks, while Ali Scheidecker and Haley Repass each turned in a 54 in the win.

Tennis

Mendota 4, Dixon 1: The No. 3 doubles team of Allison Newman and Aleasha Penn had the Duchesses’ lone win in a Big Northern West meet in Mendota.

Newman and Penn beat Alyssa Nantz and Sabryna Valdez in straight sets 6-3, 6-2.

Dixon (0-1, 0-1) went three sets in two other matches. At No. 1 singles, Katie Hammitt lost to Whitney Lewis 4-6, 6-2, 10-5. The No. 2 doubles team of Sara Ackerson and Larissa Gallardo fell 5-7, 6-3, 10-6.

Volleyball

Orion 2, Erie 0: Rachel Cobert had six kills and seven digs in a 25-15, 25-21 road loss to Orion.

Mary Chapman finished with 36 assists, and Savannah Mettler added nine digs for the Cardinals.

Indian Creek 2, Amboy 0: The Clippers (0-1) lost their first meet of the season, 31-29, 25-14.

Kaitlyn Liebing finished with five kills, four digs and one block, while teammate Sydney Wilhelm recorded three kills and three digs, with four blocks.

Setters Kennedy Dinges and Madeline Ely each had seven assists.

Faith Christian 2, Rockford 0: Tressa Schuler had 18 digs and seven aces to lead Faith Christian in a straight-set, 25-21, 25-8, win over the Rockford Fire.

Sarah Smith added five kills and 37 assists, while Zoe Zigler recorded four kills and four digs.

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