Sam Andrews became the third player in Huntley girls basketball history to eclipse 1,000 points in the Red Raiders’ 60-48 victory over St. Viator at the Dundee-Crown Thanksgiving Tournament on Friday night in Carpentersville.
Andrews led the Red Raiders with 23 points, which included going 7 of 9 from the free throw line. The Red Raiders (3-0) as a team went 17 of 27 from the line. St. Viator’s offense was unable to keep up with Huntley, and only managed 25 points in the first three quarters.
Ali Andrews was second on the team with 19 points, including the team’s only 3-pointer. Rachel Zobott finished with nine points and Kayla Barreto added five in the win.
Palatine 46, Dundee-Crown 32: At the Dundee-Crown Tournament, the Chargers (0-3) fell for the third time at the tourney to start the season.
Dundee-Crown was down by seven at the half before Palatine outscored the Chargers 13-6 in the third quarter. Kayla Lawrence made six baskets en route to a 12-point performance for the Chargers. Emily Michalski added nine points in the loss.
Prairie Ridge 68, Grant 56: At the Mundelein Tournament, Prairie Ridge was down 30-26 at the half but outscored Grant 42-26 over the final 16 minutes to earn the win. Sarah LeBeau went 8 for 13 from behind the arc to lead the Wolves with 29 points. The Wolves (2-2) made 10 3-pointers as a team.
Prairie Ridge’s Maddie Drain went 6 for 10 from the field and finished with 16 points. Kelly Klendworth added 10 points and five assists and was 7 for 7 from the line.
Harlem 52, Marengo 34: At the Burlington Central Tournament, the Indians (0-2) were held to 12 points in the first half of their loss. Lynsey Hoeske scored 12 points, Nicole Johnston scored seven and Rachel Tautges added five points.
Johnsburg 58, Elk Grove 54: At the Lake Zurich Tournament, the Skyhawks (2-1) got their second win of the season, beating Elk Grove. Kayla Toussaint led Johnsburg with 16 points, and Maycee Ward added eight.
It was Toussaint’s second straight 16-point performance. Katie Poczkalski finished with nine points and seven rebounds .
Hampshire 61, Alden-Hebron 29: At Elgin, Brooklyn Hilton scored a team-high 12 points for Alden-Hebron (1-1) in the nonconference loss at the Elgin Academy Tournament. Teammate Emily Weber added six points for the Giants.
• Patrick Mason, Jeff Arnold and Kevin Meyer contributed to this report.