Tuesday scoreboard, Wednesday schedule

Scoreboards are sponsored by COUNTRY Financial Representative Eric Lapan

TUESDAY:

Women’s College Soccer:
NJCAA Region 24 Quarterfinal at Corn Crib–Heartland 1, Kaskaskia 0

Men’s College Soccer:
Illinois Wesleyan 4, Millikin 2

Boys High School Soccer:
Class 1A Supersectional at Corn Crib–Quincy Notre Dame 3, U-High 2 (QND wins 4-2 on PKs)

Girls High School Volleyball:
Class 1A Regional at LeRoy–Argenta-Oreana def. Calvary Christian 25-9, 25-16; LeRoy def. Cornerstone Christian 25-6, 25-10
Class 1A Regional at Woodland–Flanagan-Cornell def. Dwight 25-13, 25-8; Lexington def. Tri-Point 25-16, 25-13
Class 2A Regional at Clinton–Tri-Valley def. Olympia 25-18, 25-18; Pleasant Plains def. Central Catholic 25-19, 25-19
Class 2A Regional at Pontiac–El Paso-Gridley def. Eureka 22-25, 25-22, 25-15; Pontiac def. Fieldcrest 25-16, 28-26
Class 3A Regional at U-High–U-High def. Lincoln 25-8, 25-16; Bloomington def. Springfield 25-12, 25-13
Class 4A Regional at Minooka–Bradley-Bourbonnais def. Normal West 25-23, 25-17
Class 4A Regional at Pekin–Normal Community def. Quincy 25-11, 25-19

WEDNESDAY:

Women’s College Basketball (exhibition):
Lindenwood at Illinois Wesleyan, 7 p.m.

Women’s College Soccer:
Illinois Wesleyan at Millikin, 7:30 p.m.

Women’s College Volleyball:
Illinois Wesleyan at Elmhurst, 7 p.m.

Sports Director Greg Halbleib can be reached at greg@wjbc.com. 

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