McHenry's Savannah Coats had 11 kills Tuesday as the Warriors picked up a 25-23, 25-18 win over Prairie Ridge in the teams' Fox Valley Conference volleyball match in McHenry.
Dunja Masic had 18 assists, and Taylor Zoephel led the Warriors' defense with 20 digs. McHenry improved to 19-10 and 5-8 in the FVC.
Prairie Ridge (10-10, 7-6) was led by Hannah Baudin with six kills. Kaylin Mitchell had two blocks and two aces, Sammy Johnson had 10 assists, and Olivia Jost and Ansley Morlock had seven digs apiece.
Cary-Grove 2, Dundee-Crown 0: At Carpentersville, the Trojans beat the Chargers, 25-16, 25-19, in FVC action to improve to 16-9 and 10-3. MacKenzie Field had six kills and two blocks for D-C (6-13, 3-10), Jenna Brown had 15 assists and nine digs, Natalia Smiech had four kills and one ace, and Mia Seaton added two aces and seven digs.
Jacobs 2, Burlington Central 0: At Burlington, Rachel Kaczorowski had four kills, 22 assists and eight digs for the Golden Eagles in a 25-21, 25-21 FVC sweep against the Rockets (9-14, 1-12). Maggie Wallenberger had 10 kills for Jacobs (9-9. 6-7), Ireland Van Stone had eight kills, six digs and two aces and Kristen Wilson had five kills and two aces.
Huntley 2, Crystal Lake South 0: At Crystal Lake, Ashley Konecki, Kylie Jenkins, Ally Panzloff and Taylor Jakubowski all had five kills for the Red Raiders in a 25-14, 25-15 FVC win against the Gators. Jakubowski added 25 assists and two aces, Josie Schmitendorf tallied 20 digs, and Emma Konie and Bridget Bethke each had two aces for Huntley (18-2, 13-0).
Sam Wesoly posted five kills for the Gators (9-9, 6-7), McKenzie Wilson had nine digs, and Jenna Rhoades had 16 assists.
Crystal Lake Central 2, Hampshire 0: At Crystal Lake, the Tigers picked up their 14th straight victory with a 25-12, 25-12 sweep against the Whip-Purs (9-14-1, 2-11) in FVC action. Olivia Anderson had eight kills and three blocks, Camryn Hausler had eight kills, 11 assists and two blocks, and Madde Blake had seven kills and seven digs for Central (24-1, 12-1).
Maddy McCormick had five kills and 12 digs, Grace Levin had 18 assists, and Karina Simatos had 11 digs for the Tigers.
Benet 2, Marian Central 0: At Lisle, the Hurricanes (3-16, 0-5) lost the East Suburban Catholic Conference match to the three-time Class 4A state champion Redwings, 25-7, 25-7.
Jacobs 2, Dundee-Crown 0: At Algonquin, the Eagles (10-3-3, 6-0) scored two second-half goals to shut out the Chargers and stay perfect in the FVC. Liam Armstrong and Bryan Ramos both scored for Jacobs, and Preston Krahl earned the shutout in goal.
Nathan Becker made six saves in the second half for D-C (10-6-1, 4-2-1). Venancio Mejia had one in the first half.
McHenry 2, Burlington Central 0: At McHenry, Edwin Navas scored two goals, and Tony Vazquez had two assists for the Warriors (7-7-4, 1-5-1) in their FVC win against the Rockets. Logan Freid made two saves in the shutout.
Cary-Grove 0, Hampshire 0 (OT): At Hampshire, the Trojans and Whips played to a scoreless draw in their FVC game. Sam Kedzior made six saves for the Trojans (5-6-2, 2-3-2). Hampshire falls to 12-6-3 and 3-2-1 in the FVC.
ESCC Tournament: At Bonnie Brook in Waukegan, Marian Central's Lauren McNulty carded an 89, placing eighth and earning all-conference honors for the third straight year. McNulty had a 47 on the front nine and 42 on the back.
St. Viator's Cate Reisinger had a 3-over-par 75 to win medalist honors. Benet won the team title with a 358, followed by St. Viator (363) and Marist (364). The Hurricanes do not have enough golfers for a team score.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Dundee-Crown Double Dual: At Randall Oaks Park in West Dundee, Huntley placed eight in the top 11 overall and went undefeated in dual meets for the second straight year.
Huntley's Bailey Wilk finished first in 18:39 as the Red Raiders beat Dundee-Crown, 15-50, and Cary-Grove, 19-44. C-G's Morgan Dieschbourg (18:59) took runner-up. Huntley's Grace Allen (19:03) was third and teammates' Breanna Burak (19:24) and Brittney Burak (19:35) were fourth and fifth, respectively.
Jacobs Triple Dual: At Sunset Park in Lake in Hills, Crystal Lake South's Mackenzie Aldridge held off McHenry's Lydia Zancho for first and South put four runners in the top five to pick up FVC dual wins over McHenry, Jacobs and Hampshire.
Aldridge finished in 19:35.4, while Zancho's time was 19:36.3. South's Bella Gonzalez, Addie Frisch and Anna McDermott finished in third through fifth. Hampshire was led by Stella Oury in sixth and Jacobs' Alyssa Madera took seventh.
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Jacobs Triple Dual: At Sunset Park in Lake in Hills, McHenry (8-0 FVC) completed its first unbeaten dual season since 1990 with wins over Crystal Lake South, Hampshire and Jacobs. Ian Knebl took first, followed by Dylan Jensen, Carlos Montes and Enrique Robles, who were third through fifth.
Crystal Lake South's Alex Picchi was second. Jacobs was led by Daniel Sanders in sixth and Hampshire's AIdan Gonzalez was 10th. Jacobs beat South and Hampshire.
Dundee-Crown Double Dual: At Randall Oaks Park in West Dundee, Huntley beat Dundee-Crown, 17-40, and Cary-Grove, 26-31, and placed five runners in the top 10 overall. Ian Geisler placed first for the Red Raiders in 15:13 and Jimmy Ozzauto (16:24) was fourth. The Raiders went 6-1 in FVC duals.
C-G's Maxum Caesar (15:46) was runner-up, Ian Barnes (16:19) was third and James Grant (16:37) was fifth.
Crystal Lake South 5, Mundelein 2: At Crystal Lake, Abby Enck and Christina Lin (No. 3) and Dhruvi Mehta and Marissa Baietto (No. 4) each won their doubles matches to lead South (10-6) to a nonconference dual win over the Mustangs. Enck and Lin won, 6-1, 7-5, and Mehta and Baietto won, 6-1, 7-6 (5).
Winning at singles in straight sets for the Gators were Sarah Schuetzle (No. 1), Lizzy Sudbrook (No. 2) and Morgan Lowery (No. 3).
Woodstock North 4, Sycamore 3: At Woodstock, Anika Treadway won, 6-1, 7-6 (5), at No. 3 singles to close out the win for the Thunder, who extended their dual-meet winning streak to 21.
Ally Cullotta (No. 1 singles), Sophia Ferru (No. 2 singles) and Kirsten Morey and Juliana Conrad (No. 1 doubles) each won in straight sets.