Roundup: Jacobs' Allison Reidel second in all-around at sectional

Gymnast Allison Riedel of Jacobs finished second Monday and advanced to sectionals in the all-around at the Barrington Regional.

Riedel finished with an all-around score of 36.425, only behind Abby Hasanov of Barrington with 38.225. Riedel finished in the top five in three of four events, including a third-place finish on the balance beam with a 9.4. 

Riedel was fourth in vault (9.325) and floor exercise (8.950). She will participate in the Conant Sectional on Feb. 10. 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Wheaton Academy 57, Marian Central 52: At Woodstock, the Hurricanes were outscored 7-2 in overtime in the Suburban Christian Conference Blue Division loss. Marian (11-8, 4-4 SCC Blue) had a five-point lead heading into the fourth quarter but was unable to hold on. Hannah Davis led the Hurricanes with 18 points, and Sarah Benigni added 15. 

Dundee-Crown 50, CL South 48: At Carpentersville, the Chargers led 33-25 at the half, then held on to beat the Gators in Fox Valley Conference Valley Division play. Jesania Laboy led D-C (7-19, 2-7) with 20 points and six rebounds. Lauren Lococo added 13 points. 

Chanel Fanter led the the Gators (13-11, 5-4) with 22 points, including three 3-pointers. Sara Mickow added 13 points and 22 rebounds. 

Huntley 55, Wheeling 35: At Huntley, the Red Raiders (20-3) outscored Wheeling 28-15 at the half in the nonconference win. Sam Andrews led the Raiders with 21 points and Ali Andrews added 19. 

Richmond-Burton 42, North Boone 33: At Richmond, the Rockets (10-9, 3-4) won in Big Northern Conference East Division play. Lauren Otto led R-B with 11 points, and Sara Swanson added seven points and four steals. Hannah Koenig led the team with 10 rebounds and three assists. 

Alden-Hebron 57, Faith Lutheran 29: At Hebron, the Giants (10-9, 5-4) held the Saints to 10 first-half points to claim the Northeastern Athletic Conference win. Brooklyn Hilton led the Giants with 12 points and Emily Webber, Hannah Warren and Jacqueline Walters all added eight.

Natalie Borman scored 15 points to lead Faith Lutheran. 

• Kevin Meyer contributed to this report.