T.F. South's girls tennis team won the Joliet Catholic Invitational for the first time in school history Saturday.
South's Brytish Burts won the No. 1 singles championship, while the No. 1 doubles team of Amirah Ali and Rakya Ali finished third.
Rebels coach Clinton Scott said the biggest thing was all four positions in the field won their opening match, advanced and earned points.
"That helped us accumulate the most points," Scott said. "Brytish went all the way and got us 12 points, that was big. The girls were very excited. It was a long day and the girls did great. We didn't leave until it was almost dark, but they were all very happy with the way they all played."
Boys cross country
Reavis Invitational: Matt Anyiwo finished third in 15:51 to lead Homewood-Flossmoor to a a fifth-place finish with 168 points. Christian Hoover (15:59) placed eighth for the Vikings.
Marian Catholic finished 12th with 306 points, led by Camren Howard, who finished ninth in 16:04.
Mount Carmel placed 11th with 277.
Girls cross country
Reavis Invitational: Marian Catholic finished 10th with 258 points, led by Samantha Phillipe's 21st place finish (20:58).
Homewood-Flossmoor placed 14th with 375.
Urban Prep-Englewood 22, Washington 19: Aaron Cruz went 21-for-29 passing for 227 yards and three touchdowns, but the Patriots lost.
Christian Chavez caught six passes for 56 yards and a touchdown. Dariel Whitehead hauled in four for 78 yards and a score.
St. Rita Southside Shootout: Oak Park River Forest won its third straight title with a 319 at Glenwoodie.
Beecher took eighth, Illiana Christian 12th and Mount Carmel 13th.
St. Laurance's Jordan Velez was medalist with a two-over par 74. St. Rita's Darren O'Hanlon shot 76, while Beecher's Michael Barnar had a 77.
Washington 219, Von Steuben 233, Dunbar 299: Medalist Jovanny Trinidad shot a 50 at the Par 33 Robert A. Black course to lead Washington in its season-opening win.
Marian Catholic 1, Carmel Catholic 1: Jesse Gallegos scored the goal, Trenton Blake got the assist and Chris Taborn recorded nine saves for the Spartans (9-2-1, 1-1 ESCC), but Carmel held on for the tie.
Mount Carmel 2, Marmion Academy 0: Nikola Bosnjniak and Daniel Balog each scored a goal for the Caravan (3-4-2), while Emilio Rabi-Newsom had eight saves to pick up the shutout.
Bloom 2, Reavis 0: Bloom (7-2) got a goal and an assist from both Juan Elizalde and Ricardo Aldape. Chente Herrera added nine saves in the win.
Beecher 3, Clifton 1: The Bobcats (7-4) got goals from Tanner Amsden, Bailey Schultz and Brandon Meltz in picking up the win. Marshall Landis and Garrett Short each had an assist, while Mark Hall had two saves.
Nike Crossroads Classic: Illiana Christian went 1-4 in the tournament, beating Effingham 25-22, 25-27, 25-20.
Throughout the five matches, Sydnee Van Beek had 31 kills and 20 digs; Jamie Petrarca had 32 kills and Rachel Herrera recorded 32 digs.