Emily Stortzum shut out Amalie Fried and her Mattoon teammates swept Mahomet in girls tennis, 9-0, on Thursday afternoon.

Both Stortzum, at No. 1, and Lily Gregary, at No. 6, won every game for 6-0, 6-0 victories. They both also teamed up for doubles wins – Stortzum with Tess Huene and Gregary with Elaina Short.

The Green Wave, now 4-2 in dual matches, take on Teutopolis on Monday.

SINGLES

No. 1 – Emily Stortzum def. Amalie Fried 6-0, 6-0

No. 2 – Tess Huene def. Morgan Lee, 6-3, 6-0

No. 3 – Caroline Davis def. Emma Clements, 6-3, 6-3

No. 4 – Annelise Overmyer def. Gwen Tee, 6-0, 6-2

No. 5 – Elaina Short def. Averly Sanborn, 6-0, 6-3

No. 6 – Lily Gregary def. Gianna Him, 6-0, 6-0

DOUBLES

No. 1 – Stortzum/Huene def. Fried/Clements

No. 2 – Davis/Overmyer def. Lee/Tee, 6-1, 6-2

No. 3 – Short/Gregary def. Sanborn/Savannah Amatyleon, 7-6, 6-0. 

Becker leads Charleston boys golf in quad meet

Charleston’s Jackson Becker earned medalist honors in a boys golf quad meet at Eagle Creek Golf Course’s front nine on Thursday.

Becker’s 3-over 39, along with 40s by Preston Phillips and Josh Will and a 42 from Cade Landrus enabled the Trojans to defeat runner-up Altamont (193) by 32 strokes as well as Shelbyville (204) and Central A&M (219).

Other Charleston scores: Pierson Smith 45, Logan Beqls 48.

CHS girls golf tops Effingham

Hannah Harpster shot 42, Madeline Sanders carded a 45 and Stacey Zerbst a 46 to lead Charleston past Effingham, 181-197, on Thursday. Raleigh Babbs had a 48.

Effingham’s Ava Boehm shot 38 to earn medalist honors.

Other Charleston scores: Taryn Pearson 51, Tess Brown 53, Malia Hodges 56, Bailey Wolfe 63, Jessica Logue 66.