-Vikings third nationally in scoring 'D': Augie wrapped up it's first season of intercolligiate men's lacrosse season Saturday dropping an 11-2 decision to Carthage. Despite the loss, coach Kyle Hart's Vikings finished the inaugural season with an 8-6 record behind a defense that ranks third in NCAA Division III competition with an average of 5.14 goals allowed per game.
- United Township 4, Sterling 2: Brooke Prior had another complete game in the circle on Monday. Prior struggled with her control as she walked eight. She still was able to give her team a terrific effort, though, pitching seven innings, giving up two hits and striking out two. Erin Walker, Charlotte Park, Courtney Markin, and Heather Johnson all contributed with two-hit performances for UT.
- Milledgeville 4, Geneseo 3: Milledgeville took a 3-2 lead in the second inning and never looked back to hand Geneseo its seventh loss of the season. Taylor Wise and Darian Gillette both had a home run. Wise added a double as part of her two-hit performance in the loss.
- Rockridge dominates in sweep: Rockridge played a doubleheader against Monmouth-Roseville on Monday. They outscored the Titans 23-0 in the two games, 10-0 in Game 1 and 13-0 in Game 2. The pitching duo of Carrie Gingerich and Jenna Carroll held their opponents to five hits over the two games. Darcee Parchert had a four-hit day at the dish. Teammate Genna Flaherty also had two hits in the nightcap along with two RBIs.
- Morrison 14, Fulton 0: Kaitlyn Finneran had two doubles and three RBIs on the day. Allie Wiersema tossed four innings and struck out seven. Wiersema also had a double and two RBIs to help herself out in the circle, and help her team to the victory.
- Amboy 21, Kewanee 1: Kewanee had the game tied at one after the second inning. Amboy then put together a 10-run third inning with key hits from Ali Weston and Megan Plum.
- Morrison 5, Fulton 3: Morrison's Andy Schaver pitched a complete-game three-hitter against Fulton on Monday evening. He struck out two against only two walks, giving up three runs, only one earned. Alex Fischbach had a two-hit day and drove in a run.
-Kewanee 13, Amboy 5: Tyler Arzola exploded for five hits on Monday against Amboy. He slugged three of his five hits for extra-bases, as he had two doubles and a triple to go along with two RBIs. Ryan Hick got the win on the mound for the Boilermakers.
Prep girls' soccer
- Orion-Sherrard 8, DePue 1: Baillie McCunn and Laura Hamilton each had hat tricks to lead Orion-Sherrard to the victory. Orion-Sherrard outshot DePue 24-1 in the game to move its record to 11-3-2.
Prep boys' track and field
- Titans win home meet: Monmouth-Roseville captured the team title in the Titan Invitational after scoring 144 points, 41 more than runner-up Macomb. Sherrard (55 points) was sixth in the seven-team meet. Monmouth-Roseville's Martel Hunter won the 100-, 200- and 400-meter races, and teammate Devin Clark won the 1600 and 3200. Sherrard's 4x800 captured a title.
Prep girls' track and field
- Sherrard second at Monmouth-Roseville: Wins by Katie Kirwan (100 dash/300 hurdles), Rebekah Wollenburg (200), Robbie Anne Hoye (1600) and Erin Morely (3200) helped Sherrard to a runner-up finish in the Titan Invitational with 69 points. Monmouth-Roseville, which finished third in the five-team meet with 48 points, had Ciara Marlow win the triple jump.
Today is Thursday, May 23, the 143rd day of 2013. There are 222 days left in the year. 1863 — 150 years ago: Messrs. J. and M. Rosenfield have moved their leather and hidestore to the building formerly occupied by Temple Bufords's store. They buy and sellhides, pelts, furs, wool, beeswax, lard, tallow, etc. 1888 -- 125 years ago: The Rock Island Lumber Company has recovered 5,000 of the8,000 logs that were carried away by the Mississippi River flood last week. 1913 -- 100 years ago: John J. Ullemeyer has been awarded the contract to furnish RockIsland fire and police department members with uniforms, at the city's expense. 1938 -- 75 years ago: Work on Aledo's new $38,000 swimming pool was started thismorning at South Park when ground for the pool was broken by Mayor John W. Murphy. 1963 -- 50 years ago: Students and teacher at Moline High School called today "MissLeona Day" day at the school in honor of the government teacher who retires at theend of the school term. Although she's been teaching for 43 years at the school, Miss Dayfound a new way of arriving at the school this morning. At 7:30 a.m., a police squad carpulled up in front of Miss Day's home and escorted her to school. A caravan of students' cars joined the procession along the way. 1988 -- 25 years ago: Barbecue cooking and riverfront antics are planned for Discover the River Day Saturday in Leach Park, Bettendorf. A 5K run, wind surfing, a canoe race, hogcalling and more will round out the day under the Interstate 74 bridge.