Saturday's high school scores

September 21, 2013 

Following is a list of games played in the metro east on Saturday.

Football

Belleville West 42, Belleville East 14

O'Fallon 10, East St. Louis 6

Girls Volleyball

Mater Dei def. Central 25-27, 25-15, 25-23

St. James Academy def. Althoff 25-4, 25-8

St. Pius X def. Althoff 25-22, 25-20

Bishop Kelley def. Althoff 25-12, 25-11

Greenville def. Staunton 22-25, 25-19, 15-9

Carlyle def. Staunton 25-15, 21-25, 15-13

New Athens def. Centralia 25-12, 25-19

New Athens def. Eldorado 26-24, 25-18

Boys Soccer

Althoff 5, Mount Vernon 1

Jerseyville 1, Wood River 1

Marquette 5, Civic Memorial 0

Triad 1, Belleville East 1

Edwardsville 3, Urbana 0

Girls Tennis

Bloomington Gold Tournament

Top 4 teams

1. Belleville West 68, 2. O'Fallon 57, 3. Batavia 49, 4. Normal Community 44

Boys Golf

Columbia Invitational

at The Bridges

1. Columbia 326, 2. Carlyle 346, 3. Freeburg 357, 4. Greenville 360, 5. Okawville 364, 6. Marissa 391, New Athens 394, 7. Gibault 434

Girls Cross Country

Edwardsville Invitational

5K Race

Team Scores

1. Nerinx Hall 31, 2. Lincoln-Way Central 60, 3. Edwardsville 77, 4. Highland 103, 5. Litchfield 173, 6. Freeburg 200, 7. Jacksonville 201,8. Belleville West 228, 9. ChampaignCentral 254, 10. East St.Louis 274, 11. Duchesne 316, 12. Timberland 366, 13. St. Charles 367, 14. Civic Memorial 368, 15. Collinsville 397, 16. Mascoutah 401, 17. Sparta 404, 18. Cahokia 511

Boys Cross Country

Edwardsville Invitational

5K Race

Team Scores

1. Lincoln-Way Central 34, 2. Edwardsville 75, 3. Waterloo 129, 4. Champaign Central 133, 5. Timbrland 147, 6. Freeburg 195, 7. Jerseyville 214, 8. Sparta 270, 9. St. Charles 274, 10. John Burroughs 275, 11. East St. Louis 342, 12. Columbia 346, 13. Belleville West 367, 14. Macoutah 400, 15. Civic Memorial 409, 16. Jacksonville 410, 17. Highland 417, 18. Cahokia 422, 19. Alton 467, 20. Althoff 500, 21. Duchesne 556

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