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Top performers in high school sports for Sept. 17

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Avery Irwin, Althoff, Golf

Irwin won the dual tournament against Mascoutah at The Orchards Golf Course with a 1-under-par 35. Althoff took home the team title with 152 points while Mascoutah rounded out the day with 172 points.

Roland Prenzler, Edwardsville, Cross Country

The senior for the Tigers ran a 16:12 5K at the Edwardsville Invitational held at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville to win the individual title over teammate Jack Pifer who ran a 16:27. Prenzler and Pifer’s efforts helped to push the Tigers to the team title with 35 points over second place Rock Bridge which had 47. Father McGivney rounded out the top three teams with 152 points.

Abby Korak, Edwardsville, Cross Country

Korak won the Edwardsville Invitational held at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville with a time of 18:58. She edged out Waterloo’s Jenna Schwartz by five seconds over the 5K course. Edwardsville took home the team title, scoring 40 points with Rock Bridge (48) and Nerinx Hall (91) rounding out the top three teams.

Bryce Glisson and Ethan Miracle, Edwardsville, Soccer

The senior duo each scored two goals in Edwardsville’s 5-0 win over Normal Community West on Saturday. Glisson has scored six goals this season while Miracle has scored 10.

Mitchell Kidd and Mason Wagner, Althoff, Soccer

The Althoff pair scored two points apiece in the Crusaders’ dominating 8-0 conference win against Mount Vernon on Saturday.

Braden Dickerson, Granite City, Soccer

Dickerson led the Warriors in their 4-0 victory over Mater Dei on Saturday, scoring three goals.

CJ Cagas, Belleville East, Soccer

In the Lancers’ 8-0 win over Staunton, Cagas scored a team-high two goals. The junior for Belleville East has three goals on the season.

Tyler Macon, East St. Louis, Football, QB

Macon completed 10 of 17 passes for 2013 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the Flyers 56-0 conference rout of Belleville East on Saturday.

Lawaun Powell Jr., East St. Louis, Football, WR

Powell caught three passes for 112 yards and one touchdown in the Flyers dominating 56-0 victory over Belleville East.

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