Josh Crosby's 43 led the T.F. South boys golf team to its first win of the season Tuesday.
The Rebels beat Eisenhower 189-199. Teammate Maggie Sloan carded a 45.
Homewood-Flossmoor 4, York 3: Timara Maxwell and Sophia Osabuohein improved their record at No. 1 doubles to 5-0 in the narrow win.
T.F. South 3, Reavis 2: Bryttish Burts and Jeannie Collins defeated their opponents at No. 1 and No. 2 singles to help lead the Rebels (3-1) to the win.
Amiriah Ali and Rakya Ali won at No. 1 doubles.
Illinois Lutheran 7, St. Anne 0: Justin Schmidtke scored twice as the Chargers (5-0) blanked St. Anne.
Crete-Monee 6, Oak Forest 3: Fernando Aguirre's hat trick and assist led the Warriors (4-1) to a win over the Bengals.
Jake Cogan added a goal and four assists.
Grant Park 2, Beecher 2 (Grant Park won 4-3 in shootout): Jackson Strick and Bailey Schultz scored for the Bobcats (3-2).
Mark Hall made seven saves.
Mount Carmel 2, University High 1: Pavao Alevic's two goals and Emilio Ravi-Newsom's eight saves were enough for the Caravan (1-2) in the Reavis/Windy City Classic consolation bracket.
St. Francis deSales 25-25, Holy Trinity 16-19: Jensen Hunt and Stephanie Galan had three kills each to lead the Pioneers (1-0, 1-0) to a season-opening GCAC White win.
Galan added eight digs.
Evergreen Park 25-25, Crete-Monee 21-19: Mackenzie Kacich's three kills and five digs led the Warriors in a loss to the Mustangs.
Bayle Bennett had two kills and seven digs.
Chicago University 25-25, Seton Academy 13-8: Ashley Stewart's 10 digs led the Sting (0-4) in a loss to the Maroons.
News and Notes
Beecher to host 'pink" game: The Beecher boys soccer program will host a fight breast cancer fundraiser, "Kick'n for the Cure," on Sept. 12.
The Bearcats varsity team will play Grant Park at 4:30 p.m., and the junior varsity game will follow. Beecher players will wear pink jerseys.
Admission is $3. All money collected will be donated to the Susan G. Komen For The Cure Foundation. There will also be concessions and T-shirts sold. Cancer survivors will be honored at halftime.