Crystal Lake Central freshman Emma Bolanowski scored all three goals for the Tigers to open the PepsiCo Showdown with a 3-0 win against Herscheron Saturday in Schaumburg.
Nora Ryan earned the shutout for Central and also had an assist. Madie Rokos and Kiara Widdowson also had assists for the Tigers (4-1-1).
Jacobs 2, Morton 1 (PKs): At the PepsiCo Showdown in Schaumburg, Jacobs junior Cassie Kowalski scored with two minutes left in regulation to tie the Mustangs and send the game to penalty kicks.
Jacobs (3-2-2) won, 3-0, in penalty kicks, with Nikki Datka, Kowalski and Maddie Belo all scoring. Tori Adams had an assist.
Crystal Lake South 5, Willowbrook 2: At the PepsiCo Showdown in Schaumburg, Cameron Sengstock scored twice and Emily Chudik scored her first career varsity goal for the Gators (2-3).
Glenbard East 3, Dundee-Crown 0: At the PepsiCo Showdown in Schaumburg, the Chargers (4-4) lost to the Rams. Diana Santillan made six saves for D-C.
Hampshire Invitational: At Hampshire, the host Whip-Purs (3-7) earned wins over Marengo, 3-0, and Harvest Christian, 2-0. Larkin defeated Marengo, 8-0.
Marian Central 4, Elkhorn (Wisconsin) 0: At the Canlan Sportsplex in Barrington, Alyssa Sutherland scored twice for the Hurricanes (4-3). Ellie Fortin and Hannah Villont also scored.
Prairie Ridge 10, Hampshire 0 (6 inn.): At Crystal Lake, Nick Sargeant smacked two doubles and drove in four runs in a Fox Valley Conference victory for the Wolves (7-5, 2-1 FVC).
Joe Hansen allowed two hits in four innings with four strikeouts and a walk for the win. Alex Powers was 2 for 3 with a double and two RBIs for the Wolves, and Ben Harris went 3 for 3 with two doubles and drove in one. Scott Stetz was 2 for 4 with an RBI.
For Hampshire (7-3, 0-2), Matt Jachec and Ben Corcelles each had a hit.
Marengo 16, Boylan 4 (5 inn.): At Marengo, Lauren Aubry went 4 for 4 with a home run, five RBIs and two runs scored as the Indians (4-1) collected 19 hits in the win.
Hannah Ritter was 4 for 4 with three RBIs and four runs, Grace Houghton had a double and four RBIs, and Anna Walsweer was 4 for 4 with a solo homer and four runs scored. Susie Nawrot finished with two doubles, two RBIs and two runs, and Riley Connell and Mikayla Wzientek each went 2 for 3 with two runs.
Connell tossed three innings, allowing a run with four strikeouts and a walk.
BOYS TRACK AND FIELD
Al Bohrer Invitational: At Cary, Belvidere North edged Cary-Grove for first place with 131 points. C-G was second with 128 points, followed by Marengo (103), Richmond-Burton (85) and Johnsburg (33).
C-G's Andrew Stokes won the shot put with a throw of 58 feet, 3 1/2 inches, and teammate Jason Petko was first in discus (156-2). Also for C-G, Maxum Caesar was first in the 800 meters with a time of 2:05.60.
Marengo's Finn Schirmer took first in three events: the 100 (10.70), the 200 (22.10), and 110 hurdles (14.50). Jadon Kozin was first in the 400 (51.80) and Aaron Shepard was first in the high jump (6-2). Marengo's 4x400 relay of Blaine Borhart, Kozin, Alex Leonard and Schirmer finished first in 3:36.20. Borhart placed first in the 300 hurdles (43.20).
R-B's Reed Marshall was first in the triple jump (43-10) and second in the long jump (19-0). The Rockets' 4x100 relay of Jack Langlois, Joe Tasker, Merrick Robinson and Michael Kaufman took first with a time of 45.50.
Johnsburg's Tim Bertulis was first in the 3,200 (10:12.20), and Matt Tobin was first in the pole vault (11-0).
Triad Tournament: At Troy, Jacobs went 2-1, opening the season with wins over Highland, 5-0, and Rock Island Alleman, 4-1. The Eagles lost to Triad, 3-2.
Kerwin Chong (No. 1 singles) and Patrick Burton (No. 2 singles) each went 3-0 for Jacobs. Christopher Kastritis and Benjamin Cannon went 2-1 at No. 2 doubles, and Alex Luy and Brandon Dinh went 2-1 at No. 3 doubles.
BOYS WATER POLO
Lake Forest Quad: At Lake Forest, McHenry went 3-0 with wins over Lane Tech, 13-5, St. Viator, 10-5, and Lake Forest, 11-8. Riley Hedberg led McHenry with 13 goals, followed by Jonah Smith (7), Tyler Hemphill (6) and Jacob Druml (2).
Luke Rose, Megan Frost, Braeden Bromley and Kyle Hemphill each had a goal for the Warriors, and Nathan Murrin made 29 saves.