Emily Perhats scored three points in overtime to lead Prairie Ridge to a 46-45 Fox Valley Conference girls basketball victory against Hampshire on Saturday in Crystal Lake.
Perhats finished with 14 points, making two 3s and going 4 of 6 from the free-throw line for the Wolves (6-3 overall, 2-1 FVC). It was the second straight overtime win for Prairie Ridge after beating Crystal Lake South, 58-47, in overtime on Friday.
The Wolves outscored the Whip-Purs, 3-2, in overtime. Karly Statter led Prairie Ridge with 15 points and two 3s, Sarah Wolf had 10 points and a 3, and Nicole Dorn added five points.
Lauren Herrmann led all scorers with 19 points and three 3s for Hampshire (3-5, 1-2), Kelby Bannerman had 10 points, and Sarah Bowen and Ally Cermak added five each.
McHenry 64, Cary-Grove 60: At McHenry, Aannah Interrante scored 19 points with three 3s as the Warriors (6-1, 2-0) held on for an FVC victory over the Trojans (4-4, 1-2). Liz Alsot added 16 points and a 3 for McHenry, and Izzy Gscheidle had 15 points and was 7 of 7 from the free-throw line. Ava Interrante chipped in eight points, and Ashley Wachter had six.
C-G's Katie Sowa led all scorers with 20 points and three 3s. Vanessa Morris had 10 points and two 3s, Nicollette Richardi had eight points and two 3s, and Ally Raupp made all seven of her free throws for seven points. Bailey Steinkamp and Abby Getka had six points each.
The Trojans trailed the Warriors, 38-23, at halftime and outscored McHenry, 37-26, in the second half.
Crystal Lake Central 48, Jacobs 33: At Crystal Lake, Maddie Haslow scored a game-high 17 points and made three 3s for the Tigers (4-4, 2-1), who earned their second FVC win in a row. Cori Hamill had 14 points, and Megan Wozniak added 10 points and two 3s.
Jacobs (2-5, 1-2) was led by Kerri Healy with 16 points and a pair of 3s. Liz Schwartz added 10 points and a 3.
Dundee-Crown 30, Huntley 27 (OT): At Carpentersville, Katelyn Skibinski had nine points and a 3 for the Chargers (5-2, 3-0) in an FVC victory over the Red Raiders. Maddie Tripp added seven points, converting 5 of 7 free throws, and Cassidy Randl had four points.
Payton Schmidt knocked down a crucial 3-pointer in overtime as D-C outscored Huntley, 6-3, in the period. The teams were tied, 24-all, at the end of regulation.
Huntley (1-5, 0-2) held D-C scoreless in the fourth quarter and was led by freshman Kamsi Nwogu with a game-high 17 points. Raquel Radermacher had five points and a 3.
Rockford Guilford 30, Woodstock 24: At Woodstock, Emma Brand led the Blue Streaks (2-6) with 11 points in a nonconference loss. Erin Lockwood had five points and Camryn Tafoya had four points and a 3 for Woodstock.
North Boone, 41, Woodstock North 36: At Poplar Grove, the Thunder (1-7) dropped their nonconference game to the Vikings.