SHEFFIELD, Ill. — Fulton’s Jason Sikkema claimed medalist honors Monday but the Steamers finished second in a tight battle at a boys golf triangular meet.

Sikkema shot a 37 and Andrew Schrader had a 39 for the Steamers, who shot a 165 at Hidden Lakes Golf Club. Meet host Bureau Valley won the meet with a 160 score, and Princeton was third at 169.

“Overall, between varsity and JV, all the kids did OK, as 11 of the 12 scores were 52 or better, but we just didn’t get the couple of really good rounds that we needed on varsity to get the victory,” Fulton Coach Kevin Ver Hoeven said.

Patrick Wiebenga had a 44 and Josh VanderPloeg a 45 for Fulton’s varsity, which also got a 47 from Brady Schaver and 49 from Alex Hartman.

The Steamers won the junior varsity meet, which also was a close battle. The Steamers shot a 188, led by Jarek Leonhardt’s 42. Princeton was second with a 193, and Bureau Valley had a 198.

Riverdale tops Morrison boys

DEER GROVE, Ill. — Tyler Bussert fired a 2-under-par 33 to lead Riverdale past Morrison 156-184 in a boys dual at Deer Valley Golf Course.

Anthony Ruthey added an even-par 35 for the Rams, who improved to 9-0.

Adam Lindstrom and Corbin Wilkens shot 44s to lead Morrison. Noah Vanzuiden had a 46, and Ryan Damhoff and Jacob Brown each shot a 50 for the Mustangs.

Prophets win; Thunder 3rd

AMBOY, Ill. — Prophetstown defeated Amboy and West Carroll in a boys golf triangular at Shady Oaks Golf Course.

Jaden Taylor led the Prophets with a 43, tying Amboy’s Clayton Kemp for medalist honors.

Harry Ames (49), Aaron Hanrahan (55) and Grant Minssen (55) also scored for the Prophets.

Aaron Haring shot a 49 to lead West Carroll. Brody Artman added a 56 for the Thunder, and Ethan Reiland and Deacon Hill each shot a 56.

Erie girls win triangular

PRINCETON, Ill. — Riley Redell fired a 38 to claim medalist honors and lead Erie past Princeton and Orion in a girls golf triangular at Chapel Hill Golf Course.

Madison Newton added a 41 for the Cardinals, who finished with a 179 total. Princeton was second with a 194, and Orion took third with a 228. Kelly Vandenbussche led Princeton with a 47, and Haley Delille had a 48 for Orion.

Lexus Georgean shot a 49 and Calisa Steel added a 51 for Erie.

VOLLEYBALL

Orion beats Fulton in 2

ORION, Ill. — Orion defeated Fulton 25-7, 25-13 in Three Rivers Conference volleyball Monday.

Brooke Huizenga led the Steamers with five of their 10 kills. She also had a team-high five digs and their lone ace serve.

Kylee Sweenie led with five assists, and Kearston Norman had four. Daekota Knott, Emily Schipper, Norman and Genna Stage each had one block.

CROSS COUNTRY

Camanche 3rd, 4th at Midland

WYOMING — Camanche edged Northeast by two points to claim fourth place in boys cross country Monday at the Midland Invitational cross country meet at Little Bear Golf Course.

Bellevue, which put four runners in the top 10, won the team title with 37 points. Calamus-Wheatland, led by individual champion Hunter Rickels, took second with 71. Rickels ran the 5,000-meter course in 16 minutes, 46 seconds.

Durant placed third with 94 points, Camanche was fourth with 96 and Northeast was fifth with 98. Marquette Catholic (172), Prince of Peace (184) and North Cedar (211) rounded out the competition.

Bellevue's Caleb Kress was the individual runner-up in 16:50, and Northeast's Andrew Hilgendorf (16:55) and Wyatt Schmidt (16:59) placed third and fifth around each side of Bellevue's Brady Greibel (16:57).

The key for Camanche was placing all five of its scorers between 11th and 31st place. Dylan Darsidan led the Indians with a time of 17:48, while teammate Dodson Melchioroi was 13th in 17:56.

Payton Schnier led Prince of Peace in eighth place (17:24), with Johann Hudson finishing 19th in 18:32.

Easton Valley, which didn't have enough runners for a team score, was led by Jacob Zeimet in 22nd place (18:40).

The Camanche girls claimed third place with 108 points. Led by individual champion Halle Kilburg, Marquette Catholic won the team title with 47 points. Camryn Reeg (19:16) and Kailey Miller (20:18) took second and third.

Carly Hasken led Northeast to a fifth-place team finish by taking fifth individually in 20:55.

Markee Low led Camanche with a 10th-place finish in 21:30, while Maddy Sloane was 17th in 23:12.

Madison Anglese placed 18th in 23:15 to lead Prince of Peace, and Shania Woodhurst (25:42) was 27th for Easton Valley. Neither team had full lineups.

MIDLAND INVITATIONAL

BOYS

Team standings

1. Bellevue 37; 2. Calamus-Wheatland 71; 3. Durant 94; 4. Camanche 96; 5. Northeast 98; 6. Marquette Catholic 172; 7. Prince of Peace 184; 8. North Cedar 211. Easton Valley, Midland and West Liberty fielded incomplete teams.

Individual leaders

1. Hunter Rickels (CW) 16:46; 2. Caleb Kress (Bell) 16:50; 3. Andrew Hilgendorf (NE) 16:55; 4. Brady Greibel (Bell) 16:57; 5. Wyatt Schmidt (NE) 16:59.

BELLEVUE — 2. Kress 16:50; 4. Greibel 16:57; 7. Kyle Guenther 17:07; 10. Alex Reed 17:37; 14. Griffin Benson 17:57; 18. Jack Sieverding 18:30; 21. Mason Jackson 18:39.

CALAMUS-WHEATLAND — 1. Rickels 16:46; 6. Chase Knoche 17:01; 9. Chandler Gannon 17:25; 26. Raymond Venditti 18:56; 29. Hunter Kastantin 19:17; 35. Jacob Bromwell 19:40; 38. Max Hansen 19:51.

CAMANCHE — 11. Dylan Darsidan 17:48; 13. Dodson Melchiori 17:56; 16. Austen Clark 18:17; 25. Blake Leu 18:48; 31. Jim Sbertoli 19:22; 40. Brandon Ernst 20:03; 47. Zack Edens 20:43.

NORTHEAST — 3. Hilgendorf 16:55; 5. Schmidt 16:59; 23. Remington Overstake 18:42; 33. Joe Hasken 19:38; 34. Zebediah Cox 19:40; 37. Riley Anderson 19:45; 41. Nathan Ketelsen 20:15.

MARQUETTE CATHOLIC — 24. Williams Draus 18:45; 28. Jeb Schwager 19:01; 32. Caleb Schroeder 19:35; 43. Parker Mueller 20:30; 45. Jake Anderson 20:36; 57. Nicholas Hager 22:13; 61. Julian Nan 24:36.

PRINCE OF PEACE — 8. Payton Schnier 17:24; 19. Johann Hudson 18:32; 51. Kyle Sager 21:40; 52. Joshua Frana 21:46; 54. Gage Ruden 22:02; 58. Stephen Hudson 22:19.

EASTON VALLEY — 22. Jacob Zeimet 18:40; 36. Buddy Junge 19:41; 42. Michael Parker 20:27; 56. Avery Rowold 22:09.

GIRLS

Team standings

1. Marquette Catholic 47; 2. North Cedar 52; 3. Camanche 108; 4. Durant 119; 5. Northeast 138. Bellevue, Calamus-Wheatland, Easton Valley, Prince of Peace and West Liberty completed incomplete teams.

Individual leaders

1. Halle Kilburg (Marq) 18:56; 2. Camryn Reeg (Bell) 29:16; 3. Kailey Miller (Bell) 20:18; 4. Carly Montz (NC) 20:54; 5. Carly Hasken 20:55.

MARQUETTE CATHOLIC — 1. Kilburg 18:56; 7. Annika Frank 21:08; 11. Macey Kremer 22:01; 13. Ashley Koos 22:39; 15. Miranda Peters 23:01; 21. Amanda Koos 23:4; 32. Gwen Davis 26:26.

CAMANCHE — 10. Markee Low 21:30; 17. Maddy Sloane 23:12; 20. Emily McElroy 23:18; 26. Ann Kinkaid 25:28; 35. Dasana Moore 27:57; 36. Selena Tello 28:05.

NORTHEAST — 5. Hasken 20:55; 28. Sarah Heidenreich 25:50; 31. Micayla Martin 26:13; 34. Katie Matthew 27:52; 40. Bryce Guilliams 39:58.

BELLEVUE — 2. Reeg 19:16; Miller 20:18; 25. Autumn Geiger 25:23.

CALAMUS-WHEATLAND — 24. Paige Heikman 25:16; 39. Jance Kleinsmith 33:32;

EASTON VALLEY — 27. Shania Woodhurst 25:42; 37. Anna Szizov 30:08.

PRINCE OF PEACE — 18. Madison Anglese 23:15; 22. Sophie Griffin 24:47; 23. Ava Ruden 24:52;