Huntley's Spannraft tosses 5-inning no-hitter

Huntley's Haley Spannraft threw her first career no-hitter Saturday in a 15-0 win over Rockford Guilford.

Spannraft went five innings while walking one and striking out eight in the win.

The Red Raiders (13-5) had offensive outbursts from several players, including Megan Baczewski, who went 2 for 3 with a double and five RBIs with a stolen base. Brittany Koss went 3 for 3 with a triple, two RBIs and four runs scored.

This game was supposed to be the front end of a doubleheader, but Guilford forfeited the second game.

CL Central 4, Woodstock North 0: At Woodstock the Tigers got 14 hits in the Fox Valley Conference Fox Division win. The Thunder fell to (3-8 overall, 1-4 FVC Fox) as Becca Einspahr took the loss.

The Tigers (7-4, 3-0 FVC Fox) scored one run in the first, third, fifth and seventh innings.

Hampshire 12, Belvidere 6: At Hampshire, Jordan Hook hit a grand slam and had four RBIs for the Whip-Purs as Jen Hurst picked up the nonconference win.

Dundee-Crown 4, Hampshire 3: At Carpentersville, the Chargers (3-7) defeated Hampshire (5-12) in an FVC crossover as Haley Widmayer took the loss.

Jacobs 8-5, Sycamore 4-8;: At Algonquin, the Golden Eagles (9-7) split their nonconference doubleheader with Sycamore as Kelsey Peters earned the win in the first game, going all seven innings.

Prairie Ridge 4-7, Lakes 2-6: At Crystal Lake, the Wolves (13-2) swept a nonconference doubleheader behind pitchers Kirsten Stevens (10-2) in the opener and Courtney Emricson (3-0) in the second game.

Stevens struck out 12 and allowed no walks, four hits and one earned run. Emricson struck out five and allowed no walks, 11 hits and four earned runs. Kate Didier was 3 for 6 with three RBIs on the day for the Wolves.

Johnsburg 3, Grant 2: At Fox Lake, Kendall Huemann (6-6) struck out two, walked none and allowed six hits and one earned run in seven innings to earn the win for the Skyhawks (6-9) in a nonconference game.


Cary-Grove 2, McHenry 1: At McHenry, the FVC Valley match was scoreless heading into the second half, but the Trojans (6-3, 1-1) got goals from Genna Sobieszcyk and Michelle Kalenda. Caylie Jones made three saves in the win.

Alexis Morales scored on a penalty kick for the Warriors (4-7, 0-2).

Johnsburg 2, Grayslake North 1: At Johnsburg, the Skyhawks (9-4) scored two goals from Delaney Pruitt and Hannah Mayton in the first half of the FVC Fox win, which proved to be enough. Grayslake North scored the only goal in the second half.

Kadie Calmeyer made nine saves for Johnsburg.

Prairie Ridge Tournament: At Crystal Lake, Prairie Ridge defeated Crystal Lake South, 1-0, and South Elgin, 2-0.

Jordan Reitz scored in the first half for Prairie Ridge (8-2) against South. Whitney Whitehouse made five saves in the win.

All of the scoring came in the second half against South Elgin. Bri Fenton scored the first goal, which was followed by a goal from Larissa Dooley on a feed from Kelsey Bear. Brooke Lively made five saves in the victory.


Palatine Relays: At Palatine, Palatine won the meet with 117.5 points while area teams Huntley (66.5), McHenry (49), Jacobs (31) and Prairie Ridge (20) placed fourth, seventh, ninth and 10th, respectively.

Huntley (1:04.10) eon the 4x100 shuttle hurdles, and McHenry (1:10.30) took second. Huntley also won the pole vault with a three-jump total height of 19 feet, 6 inches.

• Patrick Mason, Tom Clegg and Andrew Hansen contributed to this report.

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