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High school sports roundup for Tuesday, Oct. 1

Harvard placed three players in the top five and finished at 383 to win the Kishwaukee River Conference Girls Golf Tournament on Tuesday at Blackstone in Marengo.

Johnsburg’s Ellie Johnson shot 87 for medalist honors and led the Skyhawks to second place at 386. Harvard’s Julia Chupich was second at 91, Harvard’s Jennah Brookner and Johnsburg’s Gracie Berthoud tied for third at 92 and Harvard’s Joelle McMillan was fifth at 96.

Emma Ackland’s 104 finished Harvard’s scoring. Johnsburg’s Taylor Blake (101) and Hailey Bullamore (106) were the Skyhawks’ other scorers.

Marengo was led by Carlie Seemann’s 98 and shot 416 for third place. Brooke Aubry shot 102 for the Indians.

Richmond-Burton was fourth with 438, led by Alaina Robinson’s 99.


KRC Tournament: At Blackstone in Marengo, Marengo’s Tyler Nelsen and Brady Cannon took advantage of playing close to home, shooting 83 and 85, respectively, for the top two spots in the tournament.

Woodstock won the team title with 368, led by Charlie Neff (86) and Brad Arnold (92). Tanner Hurless (94) and Luke Trewyn (96) had the Blue Streaks’ other counting scores.

Richmond-Burton was second at 384, Marengo was third at 391. Ryan Eskuri (93) and Connor L’Esperance (94) led R-B.

Harvard was fourth with 400, led by James Crout (89) and Hunter Gratz (96).

Johnsburg finished fifth at 414, led by Mike Link (93) and Tyler Malueg (96).


Crystal Lake Central 2, Cary-Grove 1: At Crystal Lake, Jake Nelson scored the Tigers’ first goal and assisted on their second in their Fox Valley Conference victory over the Trojans.

Nelson scored off an assist from Billy Cummings. Joey Cummings gave Central (6-4-2, 3-2 FVC) a 2-0 lead off of Nelson’s assist. Joey Moore made five saves in goal for the Tigers.

Cary-Grove (5-5, 2-2) scored in the second half off a corner kick. Jesus Padilla scored for the Trojans off Dario Gamboa's assist.

Crystal Lake South 7, Burlington Central 0: At Crystal Lake, Alex Canfield scored five goals in the first half as the Gators (10-3-2, 4-0) rolled past the Rockets (3-7, 0-5) in their FVC game.

Tyler Getzinger had a goal and an assist. Sabien Raymond also had a second-half goal. Danny Ciezadlo and Deven Tinajero each had two assists. Goalkeeper Carson Hill made one save.

Dundee-Crown 2, McHenry 0: At McHenry, Kevin Martinez and Roland Dearborn scored goals as the Chargers (10-4, 4-1) won their FVC game against the Warriors (6-7-3, 0-5).

Juan Pacheco assisted on Martinez’s goal. Nathan Becker made two saves for the Chargers in the second half.


Dundee-Crown 2, Prairie Ridge 1: At Carpentersville, the Chargers (5-12, 2-9) got eight kills from MacKenzie Field and seven from Makena Wesol as they defeated the Wolves (10-8, 7-4) in their FVC match, 25-15, 11-25, 25-23.

Jenna Brown provided 16 assists, Mia Seaton had 11 digs, and Realyn Kamp added 10. Natalia Smiech had four aces, and Hannah Krispin put away four blocks for D-C.

Katya Flaugher, Haylee Yelle and Claire Emery each supplied seven kills to lead the Wolves. Samantha Johnson had 18 assists and Olivia Jost had 14 digs. Prairie Ridge played without opposite hitter Trinity Sheridan and setter Hannah Baudin, who both were out because of illness.

Jacobs 2, McHenry 1: At McHenry, Maggie Wallenberger had 14 kills as the Golden Eagles (7-9, 4-7) defeated the Warriors (15-7, 4-7) in their FVC match, 25-13, 20-25, 25-18.

Ireland Van Stone added nine digs and seven aces for the Eagles. Rachel Kaczorowski had 22 assists and seven digs.

Crystal Lake South 2, Hampshire 0: At Crystal Lake, Jenna Rhoades had 16 assists, and Samantha Wesoly had six kills as the Gators (9-7, 6-5) beat the Whip-Purs (7-9-1, 2-9) in their FVC match, 25-10, 25-11.

Jessie Proszenyak had five kills, and Mia Regillio had four blocks for South.

Crystal Lake Central 2, Burlington Central 1: At Burlington, Maddy McCormick provided 10 kills and 16 digs to lead the Tigers (20-1, 10-1) past the Rockets (5-11, 1-10) in their FVC match, 21-25, 25-14, 25-12.

Camryn Hausler had nine kills and 10 digs, Grace Levin supplied 27 assists and 11 digs, and Karina Simatos had 19 digs. Madeline Timmerman had four blocks and four kills for the Tigers, and Olivia Anderson had five kills and three blocks.

Huntley 2: Cary-Grove 0: At Cary, the Red Raiders (13-0, 11-0) remained unbeaten with their FVC win, 25-21, 26-24, over the Trojans (13-5, 8-3).


Jacobs 87, McHenry 82: At McHenry, Andrea Avila won the 200-yard individual medley and swam a leg on the Warriors’ winning 200 medley relay in their dual loss to the Golden Eagles.

Paige Bantner (100 freestyle) and Melissa Nava (100 backstroke) were other winners. Mackenzie Cutler, Morgan Donovan and Julia Finch swam with Avila to win the 200 medley relay.


Cary-Grove 7, Prairie Ridge 0: At Cary, the Trojans (17-3, 7-1) did not lose a set in their FVC victory over the Wolves.

Kaitlin Warner (No. 1), Jazzy Flashing (No. 2) and Sara Greenwald (No. 3) won at singles. Alina Krembuszewski and Karina Los (No. 1), Jenna Briggs and Olivia Schladt (No. 2), Grace O’Malley and Kate Larry (No. 3) and Mary Greenwald and Chloe Sorensen (No. 4) won at doubles.

Jacobs 7, Crystal Lake South 0: At Crystal Lake, the Golden Eagles (8-0 FVC) got singles victories from Chloe Siegfort (No. 1), Kaya Trumbo (No. 2) and Bryn Reicha (No. 3) in their dual win over the Gators.

Lindsay Cunningham and Isha Desai (No. 1), Lindsey Taylor and Lara Santa Ines (No. 2), Alison Gerhardt and Sam Seibert (No. 3) and Elyssa Kontos and Hannah Strauss (No. 4) won at doubles for the Eagles.

Hampshire 5, Dundee-Crown 2: At Hampshire, Olivia Adams won at No. 3 singles, and the Whip-Purs swept the doubles matches to beat the Chargers in their FVC dual.

Paloma Hamilton and Anika Patek (No. 1), May Kimura and Karolina Ryzka (No. 2), Ally Anderson and Sophia Geraci (No. 3) and Juliana Ernst and Alessandra Valladares (No. 4) won at doubles for Hampshire.

D-C got wins from Lizbeth Tinajero and Olivia Gard at No. 1 and 2 singles, respectively.

Conant 4, Huntley 3: At Huntley, the Red Raiders swept the singles matches in their nonconference dual loss to the Cougars.

Ruhi Gulati (No. 1), Elaina Hibbeler (No. 2) and Alessandra Rivera (No. 3) won for the Raiders.


Genoa-Kingston Invitational: At Walcamp Retreat Center in Kingston, Hampshire’s AIden Gonzalez took third, and Darius Nguepi was sixth as the Whip-Purs won the seven-team meet with 40 points.

Marengo finished second with 62 points, led by Luke Chaffin in fifth place and Robert Lopez in seventh.

Richmond-Burton did not have a full team, but the Rockets’ Ethan Luedke took fourth.


Genoa-Kingston Invitational: At Walcamp Retreat Center in Kingston, Richmond-Burton’s Victoria Rockwell was eighth to lead the Rockets to second place in the six-team meet with 78 points.

Rock Falls put its five scoring runners in the top seven to win. Hampshire, led by Stella Oury in ninth, took third as a team with 81.

R-B’s other top two runners were Amanda Allport (13th) and Jane Wisniewski (19th).

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