Carthage notched a team score of 652 (323-329) to finish first in the nine-team tournament at Mill Run Golf Course in Altoona on Saturday and Sunday. ... The Reds’ Kate Munro (80-77) and Adrienne Rohwedder (79-78) shared medalist honors at 157. ... Carthage’s Madi McCoy tied for sixth at 167 (80-87).
Carthage 1, Alma (Mich.) 0
Ivan Esquivel scored the non-conference match’s lone goal in the 76th minute Sunday afternoon at Art Keller Field to give the Red Men (1-3) their first victory of the season. ... Carthage controlled the majority of the match, attempting 28 shots, with Esquivel finally breaking through when the senior’s left-footed shot found the bottom-right corner. ... Esquivel has two goals this season and 15 for his career.
Lewis (Ill.) 1, UW-Parkside 0, OT The non-conference match Sunday afternoon at Wood Road Field was scoreless through regulation, but the Flyers got the win on a free kick in the 107th minute. ... The Rangers (1-1) held advantages of 11-on-10 and 11-on-9 late in the match due to a pair of Lewis players being ejected for accumulating two yellow cards each, but Parkside couldn’t find the net on any of its 19 shot attempts. ... Redshirt sohphomore Rade Novakovich led the Rangers with four shots, two of them on net.
Illinois Springfield 3, UW-Parkside 2 The host Prairie Stars got off to a 2-0 lead within the first three minutes Sunday afternoon and held on for the non-conference win. ... The Rangers (0-2) got within 2-1 in the sixth minute when Victoria Silvia scored off an Alexis Baker assist. ... After UIS went ahead 3-1, Silvia assisted Baker’s goal in the 82nd minute, but Parkside couldn’t draw even.
Don Underwood Invitational UW-Parkside entered Tuesday’s final round in Allendale, Mich., in 11th place overall. ... Danny Sanicki paced the Rangers through 36 holes with a 148 (75-73), good for a 20th-place tie. ... Following Sanicki were Adrien Jackson with a 152 (75-77), Steven Sanicki with a 159 (77-82), Kevin Placko with a 160 (82-78) and Ben Peloquin with a 173 (83-90). ... Parkside had a team score of 619. ... Findlay was first with a 576.
Mike Johnson and Dan Truttschel