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Springfield continued its unbeaten boys soccer season with a 5-0 defeat of visiting Toisnot on Monday.
Horatio Urrutia scored a goal in each half for the Wildcats, who raised their record to 7-0-2. Gustavo Hernandez, Cesar Garcia and Dalton Comstock also scored for Springfield while Harrison Batchelor made one save in goal for the shutout.
The Wildcats will end the regular season Wednesday at Forest Hills. Springfield is tied with Elm City for first place in the Tricounties Athletic Conference’s South Division but the Wildcats won a coin flip for seeding purposes in the upcoming playoffs if the teams remain tied at the end of the regular season.
Elm City thumps Darden 9-0
Elm City cruised a 9-0 boys soccer win Monday at Darden, keeping the Vikings in a tie for first place with Springfield in the Tricounties Athletic Conference’s South Division with both teams 7-0-2.
Walker Barnes and Cruz Alvarez each scored a pair of goals for Elm City while Mason Ross, Phillip Glennon, Snyder Pearson, Jayden Moses and Kevin Moran each netted a goal. Moses, Moran, Maness, Nick Halverson and Devin Whitehead each made an assist.
The Vikings conclude their regular season Wednesday at Toisnot.
Springfield clinches South Division title
Springfield clinched the South Division volleyball title in the Tricounties Athletic Conference with a three-set win Monday against Toisnot.
The Lady Wildcats rose to 11-0 with the 25-13, 25-3, 25-23 victory. They will visit Forest Hills to end the regular season Wednesday.
Audrey Earp led Springfield at the service line with seven aces as part of her 14 points while Mackenzie Landers served 13 points, including two aces, to go with a team-high six assists. Jordan Corbett rang up five aces in her 10 service points and made three kills.
Alex Williams led the Lady Wildcats at the net with seven kills and seven hits to go with seven service points. Kensley Evans also served seven points while Kamryn Phaby made three kills and Ashton Frazier contributed four assists.
No details were provided for Toisnot.
LWTC wins 7th without a loss
RED OAK — Lake Wilson remained unbeaten in girls tennis with a 9-0 triumph Monday at Red Oak.
Chandler Hill won 8-0 at No. 1 singles while Caroline Adkins, Kathryn Adkins, Anna Medlin, Kate Conoley and Sarah Manavi also notched singles wins.
Hill-C. Adkins, K. Adkins-Medlin and Conoley-Manavi emerged victorious in doubles.
Lake Wilson wraps up its season Wednesday at Greene Central Middle.