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Lady Trojans blast their way past Winnebago

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 28th, 2015
WINNEBAGO, Two big innings propelled the Mendota Lady Trojans to a 9-3 triumph over Winnebago in Big Northern Conference softball action on April 23 at Winnebago.
Winnebago broke on top with a solo homer in the second inning before Mendota took the lead for good with a four-run third. Delaney Lockard walked to start the frame and Morgan Marquis followed

Trojans notch BNC win over Winnebago

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 28th, 2015
Mendota spotted Winnebago a 2-0 lead and then turned things around and whipped the Indians, 12-2, in a Big Northern Conference home game on April 23 that was halted after five innings by the 10-run rule. The Trojans improved to 6-1 in the conference.
Winnebago tallied a pair of unearned runs in the top of the second off of Mendota

Netters take down two more foes

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 28th, 2015
MENDOTA, The Mendota Trojan netters disposed of Yorkville, 5-0, on April 22 at the MHS courts.
James Carroll and Joey Meyer claimed their singles matches for the Trojans, while the three winning doubles teams were Krueger Keene-Lukas Brandner, Joe LaShonse-Tyler Doughty and Jake Spanier-Nathanael DeLong.
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Mendota ran its dual meet record to a perfect 8-0 with a

Lady Trojans boot Lutheran

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 28th, 2015
MENDOTA, The Mendota Lady Trojans continued to play good soccer by edging Rockford Lutheran, 3-2, in a Big Northern Conference game on April 23 at the MHS Athletic Complex.
Ally Bromenschenkel booted home all three goals for Mendota, which is 2-5-1 in league contests. She received assists from Gillian Sutton and Rebecca Scheid.
Griselda Maldonado was in goal and recorded

Willis posts double win at Byron Invite

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 28th, 2015
BYRON, The Mendota Lady Trojans turned in a fourth-place performance in the seven-team Byron Invitational on April 23. Mendota scored 83 points to finish behind champion Byron (155), Galena (123.5) and Lena-Winslow (88). Polo (59.5), Stockton (34) and Stillman Valley (12) also competed.
The Lady Trojans finished first in three events, led by Elizabeth Willis with winning efforts in the

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