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Moeller leads Rockets

Published: Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014 11:40 p.m. CST • Updated: Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014 5:18 p.m. CST

Nolan Moeller paced a balanced attack with a 4-over-par 38 to lead the Rock Falls boys golf team to a 157-174 victory against Genoa-Kingston on Wednesday at Rock River Golf and Pool.

Matt Long (39), Carrigan Chouinard (40) and Cooper Kilberg (40) had the other counting scores for the Rockets.

Geneseo 157, Sterling 162: Ryan Blackburn shared medalist honors with a trio of Maple Leafs in the Golden Warriors' loss at Maple Bluff in Geneseo.

Hawks take triangular: Matt Myers earned medalist honors with a 5-over-par 41 to lead Oregon (172) past Rochelle (192) and North Boone (218) at Silver Ridge.

Also for the Hawks, Carson Buck had 42, Taylor Brubaker had 44 and Dominic Marchetti added 45.

Pecatonica 162, Polo 176: Christopher Radamacher had a 6-over-par 42 to lead the Marcos against the Indians at Westlake Village.

Co-medalists were Pecatonica's Nicky Dzurisin and Erik Durand with 39s.

Girls golf

Rock Falls 215, Genoa-Kingston 277: Liz Lego earned medalist honors with a 13-over-par 48 as the Rockets handled the Cogs at Rock River Golf and Pool.

Payton Law (54), Adison Wolf (55) and Katie Scott (58) rounded out the Rock Falls scoring.

Freidag leads Cougars: Karissa Freidag carded a 9-over-par 45 for Eastland (221) in a triangular against Byron (200) and Lena-Winslow (204) at Lake Carroll Golf Course.

Newton paces Cards: Morgan Newton fired a 7-over-par 42 for Erie in a meet held at Oak Run in Dahinda. Erie had a team score of 183, but its opponent, Mid-County, had just three golfers and no team score.

Boys soccer: Faith Christian 4, QC Christian 1: Drew Robertson and Zach Lessman each had two goals and an assist to lead the Falcons to a victory on Tuesday.

Ben Bierdeman had an assist, while Devin Johnson made 10 saves.

College volleyball

Sauk Valley def. Illinois Valley 25-17, 22-25, 25-15, 25-22: Jordan Giddings had 16 kills, Kiarra Harris had 15, and Morgan Mammosser added 20 digs as the Skyhawks opened Arrowhead Conference play with a four-set victory against visiting Illinois Valley.

Sauk is now 4-1 on the season.

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