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High school sports roundup for Tuesday, Aug. 27

Crystal Lake Central’s Eric Klutke fired a 3-under-par 33, but the Tigers fell to Prairie Ridge, 161-163, in their Fox Valley Conference boys golf dual match Tuesday at Turnberry Country Club.

Bailey Lazar shot 37 to lead the Wolves and Grant Klepitsch shot 39. Connor Hamilton had a 42 and Eddie Winkelmann had a 43.

Klutke’s standout round came on the front nine. Quinn Hankins shot a 41 and Bayden Hubacher had a 42 for the Tigers.

Huntley 172, McHenry 174: At Huntley, Josh Good shot 41 to lead the Red Raiders (2-0 FVC) to a conference victory over the Warriors at Pinecrest.

Trevor Book and Cole Modrich each added a 42 for Huntley.

McHenry’s Truman Keppy had the low round with 40 and Ryan Peters added a 41 for the Warriors.

Dundee-Crown 168, Burlington Central 179: At Carpentersville, Jake Zirlin shot 40 and Jake Russell added a 41 as the Chargers won their FVC match over the Rockets at Bonnie Dundee.

Matt McQuillen had a 43 for D-C. Burlington’s Tyler DiDomenico took medalist with a 39.

Jacobs 170, Hampshire 190: Jordan Stone shot 38 to lead the Golden Eagles past the Whip-Purs in their FVC dual match.

Ryan Frantik and Andrew Redhsteiner each shot a 43 for Jacobs. Alec Korabik led Hampshire with a 45.

Woodstock North co-op 206, Harvard 209: At Fontana, Wisconsin, Brad Arnold shot 50 to lead the Thunder past the Hornets in their KRC match at Abbey Springs.

Tanner Hurless, Sam Berry and Aidan Filetti all shot 52s for North.

James Crout led Harvard with a 50 and Caden Scott added a 51.

Richmond-Burton 187, Johnsburg 211: At Chapel Hill in McHenry, Connor Lesperance shot an 8-over 43 to earn medalist honor and lead the Rockets to a Kishwaukee River Conference victory over the Skyhawks.

Also scoring for R-B (1-3, 1-0 KRC) were Ryan Eskuri (45), Alex Harrison (49) and Jordan Grons 50.

Scoring for Johnsburg were Tyler Malueg (51), Mike Link (52), Cody Clauson (53) and Davis Grons (55), the cousin of Jordan Grons.

Crystal Lake South 159, Cary-Grove 179: At Crystal Lake Country Club, John Lishchynsky shot a 2-over 37 to lead the Gators past the Trojans. Will Stewart (40), Jack Roberts (41) and Spencer Shireman (41) also scored for the Gators.

Michael Greenhill led C-G with a 38. Other Trojans top scorers were Trevor Beaugureau, Joey Vitullo and Connor Black, each with a 47.


Marian Central vs. Marengo: At Bull Valley, the Hurricanes’ Lauren McNulty shot 47 and Ava Notaro had a 48 in their match at Boone Creek.

No team scores were kept because Marian does not have a full team. Brooke Aubrey led Marengo with a 50 and Carlie Seemann had a 55.

Huntley 182, Burlington Central 184: At Huntley, Molly Baker and Nina Shaffer each shot a 44 to lead the Red Raiders (1-0, 1-0) to an FVC win on the back nine at Whisper Creek.

Katie Matustik shot 46 and Taylor Stephenson had a 48.


Huntley 2, Dundee-Crown 0: At Carpentersville, Taylor Jakubowski had 19 assists and three aces as the Red Raiders (1-0, 1-0) won their FVC opener over the Chargers (0-1, 0-1), 25-15, 25-7.

Emma Konie had nine kills and Josie Schmitendorf had six digs for the Raiders.

D-C’s Makena Wesol had four kills and five digs. Jenna Brown had eight assists.

McHenry 2, Hampshire 0: At McHenry, Savannah Coats had 10 kills as the Warriors beat the Whip-Purs in their FVC match.
Dunja Masic had 14 assists for McHenry and Taylor Zoephel had 18 digs.

Cary-Grove 2, Burlington Central 1: At Burlington, the Trojans started the match slow, but came back to win, 22-25, 25-16, 25-7, in their FVC match against the Rockets.

Prairie Ridge 2, Crystal Lake South 0: At Crystal Lake, Hannah Baudin had 11 kills, two blocks and four aces as the Wolves (1-0, 1-0) defeated the Gators (0-1, 0-1) in their FVC match.

Olivia Jost had 10 digs and Alexis Kantner had 15 assists for Prairie Ridge.

Baudin’s aces came in the last service rotation of the match.

Antioch 2, Johnsburg 0: At Johnsburg, Makayla Huff had nine assists and two aces as the Skyhawks fell to the Sequoits, 25-9, 25-21, in their nonconference match.

Kate Linkletter had three kills and Jessica Cramer had three aces for Johnsburg.

Rockford Christian 2, Harvard 1: At Harvard, the Hornets (0-1) fell to the Royal Lions, 25-18, 20-25, 25-16, in their nonconference match.

Brennah Briggs had six kills for the Hornets. Dianayeli Plata had four digs and Alex Cooke had four assists for Harvard.


Crystal Lake South 2, Hononegah 0: At Rockton, Alex Canfield scored a pair of goals as the defending Class 2A state champion Gators started their season off with a nonconference victory over the Indians.

Tom Coughlin and Garett Schneider each assisted on a first-half goal for Canfield, the 2018 Northwest Herald Player of the Year.
Carson Hill had four saves in goal for the Gators. South plays its home opener at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday against Belvidere, a game rescheduled from Monday.

Prairie Ridge 3, Grayslake North 2 (PK): At Grayslake, Michael Thompson and Dane Justesen each scored a goal as the Wolves defeated the Knights in a penalty-kick shootout in their own tournament.

Cam Gablenz and Luke Wolf had assists for Prairie Ridge. Thompson, Gablenz and Trenton Feites scored in the shootout.
Wolves goalkeeper Owen Erickson had three saves.

Warren 7, Harvard 1: At Grayslake, the Hornets got a second-half goal from David Aquino, assisted by Juan Silva, in their loss to the Blue Devils at the Grayslake North Invitational.

Nazareth 2, Woodstock North 1: At Glen Ellyn, Damien Alonzo scored on a penalty kick in the 30th minute, but the Thunder fell to the Roadrunners in the first round of Glenbard South’s Raiders Invitational.

Alonzo and Jesus Lopez both had four shots for North. Goalkeeper Riley Bronson had five saves for the Thunder.

Crystal Lake South 6, Johnsburg 1:
At Crystal Lake, Lizzy Sudbrook (No. 2) and Morgan Lowery (No. 3) won at singles to lead the Gators to a nonconference victory over the Skyhawks.

Hannah Schuetzle and Anna Chang (No. 1), Katie Rokusek and Jaden Appelhans (No. 2), Abby Erick and Dhuvi Mehta (No. 3) and Christina Lin and Marissa Baietto (No. 4) also won for South.

Gracie Cittadino won at No. 1 singles for the Skyhawks.

Woodstock North 4, Hampshire 3: At Woodstock, Aly Cullotta won in straight sets without losing a game to lead the Thunder past the Whip-Purs in their FVC dual match.

Sophia Ferru won at No. 2 singles for the Thunder. Lydia Dunker and Juliana Conrad (No. 1) and Ali Galindo and Anike Treadway (No. 3) also won for North.

Clare Hahn (No. 3) won at singles for Hampshire. Sophia Geraci and Ally Anderson (No. 2) and Alessandra Valladares and Julianna Ernst (No. 4) won at doubles.


Huntley 127, IMSA/Yorkville co-op 41: The Red Raiders got two wins each from Abigail DeVries and Ella Young as they defeated the Titans in their dual meet on Monday.

DeVries won the 200- and 500-yard freestyles, while Young won the 200 individual medley and 100 butterfly. Sydney McGuine (50 freestyle), Jillian Cherwin (100 freestyle) and Raquel Salinas (100 breaststroke) also had individual wins.

Byron 104, Woodstock North co-op 58: At Woodstock, Haley Halsall swam her personal-best time in the 100 butterfly as the Thunder fell to the Tigers in their dual meet.

Abbie Heidtke swam close to her best times in the 50 and 100 freestyles to win those events.

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