Evan Henschel's four goals led the Illinois Lutheran boys soccer team to a 5-0 win Monday over Rich East in the RVC/SAC Challenge.
Justin Schmidtke also scored and had an assist, while Jacob Heyn, Cole Richter, Chris Falk and Luke Egeler each had an assist.
Marian Catholic 2, Andrew 0: Alec Guarino scored both of Marian's goals, while Liam Fagan and Carlo Falcioni each had one assist.
Crete-Monee 3, Grant Park 1: Brandon Hickey, Christian Stewart and Koran Spencer each scored as the Warriors won in the RVC/SAC challenge.
Plainfield North 4, Illiana Christian 1: Chandler Kimmel scored for the Vikings in the season-opening loss.
Illiana Christian 161, Crete-Monee 213: Matt Zandstra was medalist with a 37 to lead the Vikings past the Warriors at Palmira.
Steven Massey carded a 39. Jonathan Redmon led the Warriors with a 47.
Shepard 184, T.F. South 194: Maggie Sloan and Josh Crosby each shot a 43 for the Rebels in the loss to the Astros at Glen Eagles.
Perspectives Calumet 25-22-26, Seton Academy 16-25-24: Elyssa Webb had 5 kills and Amber Abogunrin recorded 19 digs, but the Sting fell in a tough match.
Richards 25-25, Thornwood 17-9: Brianna Holmes had four kills and Madison Schweitzer 10 assists, but the Thunderbirds were swept.
Marian Catholic 3, Oak Forest 2: Gaby Rosales and Giselle Beebe shut out their opponents at No. 1 and No. 2 singles, allowing the Spartans to win.
News and Notes
Time changes: The T.F. North at Bradley-Bourbonnais varsity football game will start at 7 p.m. Friday.
There will be no sophomore game.
All T.F. South sophomore home football games will begin at 4:30 p.m., starting with Friday's season-opening contest against Crete-Monee.
IHSA board approves compliance policy: The Illinois High School Association board of directors approved a policy to ensure compliance by member schools with a new law.
On Aug. 4, Gov. Pat Quinn signed the "Rocky Clark" Catastrophic Insurance legislation bill (SB2178) into law. The new law requires that every high school in the state of Illinois obtain catastrophic accident medical insurance for its student-athletes with a minimum of $3 million dollars of coverage over a five-year benefit period.
The legislation also requires the IHSA to offer a group plan for its member schools, although schools are not required to use the IHSA’s plan.
The IHSA has and will continue to provide catastrophic insurance for all student-athletes competing in IHSA postseason state series events. Prior to the new law, catastrophic insurance coverage during regular-season events for student-athletes was dependent upon the high school or individual families.
The IHSA made its group plan insurance available to member schools in mid-August.