High school sports roundup for Monday, Sept. 16

Jacobs senior Lauren Kempf shot 2-under-par 33 on the back nine at Randall Oaks in West Dundee to lead the Golden Eagles past Huntley, 181-184, in their Fox Valley Conference girls golf dual meet Monday.

The round was Kempf’s lowest in her high school career. Teammate Roslyn Leitner shot a 39 for the Eagles (3-2). Jordan Miller added a 53, and Lana Tousey had a 56.

Molly Baker and Lorelei Oomens led Huntley, each with a 45. Nina Shaffer shot a 46, and Katie Matustik and Taylor Stephenson each had a 48.

Crystal Lake Central co-op 190, Dundee-Crown 259: At Turnberry in Lakewood, Molly Lyne fired a 43 to lead the Tigers past the Chargers in their FVC dual.

Renata Petersen shot a 45 for Central, Abby Rubsam had a 49, and Jo Greeley had a 53. Emma Suwanski led D-C with a 56.

Belvidere 200, Harvard 208: At Timber Pointe in Poplar Grove, Jenna Brookner and Joelle McMillan shots 52s to lead the Hornets in their nonconference loss.

Emma Ackland had a 53 for Harvard.


Richmond-Burton 203, Rockford Lutheran 210: At Twin Lakes Country Club in Twin Lakes, Wisconsin, Ryan Eskuri shot a 40 on the par-35 back nine to lead all players as the Rockets (5-4) defeated the Crusaders in their nonconference dual.

R-B’s Connor L’Esperance and Garasin Haley shot 54s, and Jack DePiero had a 55.

McHenry 175, Burlington Central 176: At McHenry Country Club, Truman Keppy shot a 38 to tie for medalist as the Warriors (4-3, 3-3 FVC) edged the Rockets in their FVC dual.

Mason McCormick shot a 45, while Liam Nelson, Ryan Peters and Will Currie shot 46s for McHenry. Burlington’s Tyson Malak shot a 38 to tie Keppy.


Marengo 3, Johnsburg 1: At Johnsburg, Bryce Ritter scored a pair of goals, and Isidro Reyes added another as the Indians (2-7, 1-2) beat the Skyhawks for their first KRC victory.

Johnsburg scored on an early penalty kick, but the Indians controlled play the rest of the way.

Marian Central 1, Belvidere North 0: At Woodstock, Chris Ghita scored off Jonathan DePrey’s assist to lift the Hurricanes (5-4) to a nonconference victory over the Blue Thunder.

Paul Serdar, Sebastin Kielsa, Derek Emmert, Brandon Stoll, Matthew Garrelts and Sean Struttman led a strong defensive effort in front of goalkeeper Caleb Taylor, who made 10 saves.

Woodstock 4, Richmond-Burton 0: At Richmond, the Blue Streaks (9-1, 3-0 KRC) took over first place in the conference with a victory over the Rockets (6-4, 3-1).

Woodstock North 2, Harvard 1: At Harvard, Jesus Diaz took a crossing pass from Javier Perez in the second half and scored to give the Thunder (2-5, 2-1) a KRC win over the Hornets (2-6 1-2).

Jacob Hernandez scored in the first half to give the Thunder a 1-0 lead.

Oger Bernal scored for Harvard off an assist from Danny Sanchez to even the score in the second half. Aldo Popoca made eight saves for the Hornets, and Riley Bronson made 12 saves for North.

Crystal Lake Central 2, Shepard 2: At the Plainfield Classic, Jake Nelson scored the game-tying goal on a penalty kick with 10 minutes left in the second half for Central as the Tigers moved to 0-1-1 in the tournament.

Nelson's first penalty missed, but the Shephard goalkeeper moved off the line before the ball was kicked, giving Nelson a second chance. Mason Pfeifer scored the Tigers' first goal, assisted by Billy Cummings. Joey Moore made six saves for Central (2-2-2).


Marengo 2, Johnsburg 0: At Johnsburg, Lillie Simons had 10 kills, three aces and three blocks to lead the Indians (9-5-2, 1-1) past the Skyhawks (2-7, 1-2), 25-22, 25-13, in their KRC match.

Kaetlyn Jeschke had 12 digs and three assists, and Lilly Johnson had 15 assists, two aces and six digs for the Indians.

Sheridan Milewski led the Skyhawks with four kills, Makayla Huff had 17 assists, and Shannon Flynn had three blocks and three aces.

Woodstock North 2, Harvard 0: At Harvard, Asha Billstrand and Desiree Brady each had two kills as the Hornets (2-10, 0-3) fell to the Thunder, 25-16, 25-19, in their KRC match.

Dianayeli Plata had six digs, and Alex Cooke had four assists for Harvard.


Woodstock North 6, Crystal Lake South 1: At Woodstock, the Thunder (13-1) won every match except No. 2 doubles to beat the Gators in a nonconference dual meet.

North got singles victories from Aly Cullotta (No. 1), Sophia Ferru (No. 2) and Anika Treadway (No. 3). Kristen Morey and Juliana Conrad (No. 1), Kaitlyn Mauck and Maggie Thomas (No. 3) and Gabriela Galindo and Bethany Lintner (No. 4) won at doubles for the Thunder.

Cary-Grove 7, Hampshire 0: At Hampshire, Kaitlin Warner (No. 1), Katie Jannusch (No. 2) and Kelsey Seibert (No. 3) won at singles as the Trojans (3-0 FVC) beat the Whip-Purs in their conference dual.

Jazzy Flashing and Alina Krembuszewski (No. 1), Jenna Briggs and Olivia Schladt (No. 2), Grace O’Malley and Kate Larry (No. 3) and Chloe Sorensen and Julia Pietrzyk (No. 4) won at doubles for C-G.

Crystal Lake Central 7, Elgin 0: At Crystal Lake, the Tigers (8-4) lost only nine games as they swept the Maroons in their nonconference dual.

Ellie McGinnis (No. 1), Julia Fier (No. 2) and Kathleen Costello (No. 3) won at singles. Kenna Kessler and Emma Grindstaff (No. 1), Haley Steinberg and Haley Bernard (No. 2), Lauren Fier and Rachel Passapera (No. 3) and Ellyse Cruz and Lexi Holtkamp (No. 4) won at doubles.

Woodstock 4, Marengo 3: At Woodstock, the Blue Streaks’ Brooke Wolf and Emily Esparza battled to a 6-4, 4-6, 6-3 win against Raina Hellyer and Rebekah Addis at No. 3 doubles for a team victory in the KRC dual.

Ashley Peralta (No. 1 singles), Grace Hockemeyer (No. 3 singles), and Reagan Rockwood and Hannah Wieterman (No. 4 doubles) also won for Woodstock.

Ashtyn Martin (No. 2 singles), Maddy and Noelle Haas (No. 1 doubles) and Olivia Pribyl and Jacquelin Snyder (No. 2 doubles) won for the Indians.

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