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Prep Roundup: Cary-Grove uses late runs to power past Huntley

Published: Friday, May 9, 2014 9:42 p.m. CDT • Updated: Monday, July 21, 2014 2:12 p.m. CDT

The Cary-Grove Trojans scored 11 of their 15 runs in the last two innings as they took care of Huntley in the Fox Valley Conference Valley Division game at Cary. With the win, the Trojans (16-8, 11-3 FVC Valley) take first place in the division. Dean Christakes had a home run for C-G and drove in two runs. Matt Sullivan had three doubles for Huntley (17-6, 10-4) in the loss.

McHenry 8, Jacobs 7 (8 Inn): At Algonquin, the Warriors (17-6, 10-4 FVC Valley) scored five runs in the seventh to force extra innings, and one in the eighth to win the FVC Valley Division game. Jack Glosson and Robert Nagel had three hits each for McHenry in the win. Grant Kale drove in two for Jacobs (18-10, 11-4) in the conference loss.

Harvard 3, Antioch 0: At Harvard, Matt Piechocki struck out eight in the complete game shutout for the Hornets (6-11). Logan Streit and Tate Miller drove in runs for Harvard in the win.

Grayslake Central 6, Hampshire 5: At Hampshire, the Whip-Purs allowed two runs in the seventh inning to fall in the FVC Fox Division game. Alex Crinigan struck out seven in the loss for Hampshire (9-13, 4-8 FVC Fox).

Woodstock 12, Grayslake North 0 (6 Inn): At Grayslake, the Blue Streaks (8-11, 5-10 FVC Fox) won the FVC Fix Division game in six innings. Alex Ferguson had a double and triple and drove in two runs for Woodstock.

CL Central 11, Woodstock North 7: At Crystal Lake, the Tigers scored six runs in the bottom of the sixth to erase a two-run deficit and held on for the FVC Fox win. Blake Gleason went 2 for 3 with two RBIs, and Matt Tegtmeier went 2 for 4 to lead Central (5-17, 3-11).

Johnny Winzenried went 3 for 4 with a double for the Thunder (3-17, 0-13).

SOFTBALL

Grant 2, Crystal Lake Central 0: At Crystal Lake, Grant scored two the game's only two runs in the sixth inning to beat Crystal Lake Central in the nonconference game. Megan Mahaffy took the loss for the Tigers (), striking out ten and allowing no earned runs.

Crystal Lake South 6, McHenry 5: At McHenry, the Gators (12-9, 4-4 FVC Valley) came back from an early three-run deficit to beat McHenry in the FVC Valley Division game. Sam McLean and Taylor Kassel were 2 for 4 for the Gators. Kristin Koepke and Megan O'Donnell both had doubles for McHenry (13-6, 7-2) in the loss.

Marian Central 8, Wheaton 2: At Woodstock, Mic Faunce homered for the Hurricanes (14-10, 8-4 SCC Blue) in the SCC Blue Division game.

Grayslake Central 4, Huntley 2: At Grayslake, the Red Raiders allowed all four Grayslake Central runs in the sixth inning to take the FVC crossover loss.  Megan Baczewski and Kateri Conklin drove in the runs for Huntley (14-8).

Prairie Ridge 12, Hampshire 7 (9 INN): At Crystal Lake, the Wolves scored five runs in the ninth inning to win the FVC crossover game in extra innings. Haley Baker pitched all nine innings for Prairie Ridge (13-8), striking out five. Sara Finn reached base four times and drove in a run for Hampshire (16-10).

Richmond-Burton 17, North Boone 1: At Poplar Grove, the Rockets (13-5, 7-3 BNC East) scored 12 runs in the fifth inning to end the game in five innings in the BNC East Division matchup. Sam Dahlen had four hits and drove in four runs for R-B in the win.

BOYS TENNIS

Jacobs 7, Dundee-Crown 0: At Carpentersville, Jacobs (9-12-1, 3-9 FVC Valley) swept all seven matches led by No. 1 singles Kailash Panchapakesan, who won 6-0, 6-1.

Huntley 5, McHenry 2: At McHenry, the Red Raiders got wins from Ronit Ved (No. 2 singles) and Brendan Hagn (No. 3) for Huntley (12-6, 2-3 FVC Valley). McHenry's Colin Condon won at No. 1 singles.

Woodstock 7, Woodstock North 0: At Woodstock, Jack Fishbach (No. 1) and Chris Cross (No. 2) won their singles matches in straight sets for Woodstock.

• Chris Casey and Tom Clegg contributed to this report.

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