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CL South runners dominate at Lisle Invite; Lenzini 3rd

Published: Sunday, Sept. 30, 2012 12:09 a.m. CDT

LISLE – Crystal Lake South placed five runners in the top 15 on the 3.1-mile course Saturday at Community Park to come away victorious at the Lisle Invitational.

David Lenzini finished third overall in the 24-team field with a time of 16:57. Duncan Henderson took eighth place at 17:26 and Drew Kopfman at 17:34 earned 10th place.

The Gators’ point total was 43.

Hampshire (293) also participated and its best finisher was Max Oury in 18:17, good for 31st place. The Whip-Purs finished 10th as a team.

With a time of 16:51, Luke Johnston of Lincoln-Way East took the top spot.

Peoria Central Invitational: At Peoria, McHenry’s Jesse Reiser finished third overall with a time of 14:52.04 on the 3.1 mile Detweiller Park course, which will host the state meet this year. McHenry (276 points) finished sixth overall.

Huntley (377) came in 11th overall and was lead by Keagan Smith with a time of 15:31.99. Cary-Grove (947) finished 35th overall in the 52-team field.

Pat Savage Invitational: At Skokie, Woodstock North’s Jesse Long ran a time of 16:52.66 which was good for 41st overall at Niles West.

Woodstock North finished 14th overall and Dundee-Crown placed 16th in the 32 team field.


Huntley 1, Elgin 0: At Elgin, a second half goal from Zach Stenger enabled Huntley to pull out a nonconference victory.

Austen Emery made six saves for the Red Raiders (14-4-1).

McHenry Invitational: At McHenry, Johnsburg drew 1-1 with the hosts from McHenry and defeated Harlem 7-0 to finish second overall in the tournament.

Alex Jansen scored three goals and recorded two assists in the two games for the Skyhawks (9-3-5). McHenry (10-5-1) finished third in the invite, after losing 1-0 to Dundee-Crown. The Chargers beat Harlem 7-1 to finish first.

Hampshire Invitational: At Hampshire, after Woodstock North lost to South Elgin, 5-3, and Hampshire fell to Burlington Central, 5-2, the Thunder and Whip-Purs battled in a third place game that the Thunder won in overtime, 4-3.

Burlington Central won the invitational with a 5-1 triumph over South Elgin.

Richmond-Burton 1, Genoa-Kingston 1: at Genoa, R-B’s Frank Spicuzza’s goal with three minutes to go in the first half knotted the game at one and that is where it would stay.

R-B goalkeeper Luis Perez made eight saves in the tie.


Suburban Christian Conference Tournament: at White Pines in Bensenville, Marian Central (644) placed first, defeating Marmion (645) by one stroke.

Ben Schnepf led the way for Marian, shooting a team-low 78 Saturday and a 156 overall in the two-day tournament. Teammate Noah Radwanski also shot a 156.

Antioch Quadrangular: At Antioch Golf Club, Johnsburg (364) finished fourth among the four teams as Antioch (322), Lakes (328) and Wauconda (347) shot better than the Skyhawks.

Ben Dingman had the low round for Johnsburg with a 10-over-par 82.

• Dan Howell and Patrick Mason contributed to this report.

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