High school sports roundup for Tuesday, Aug. 21

Senior Riley Seagren smashed eight kills to lead Hampshire's volleyball team to a 25-18, 25-22 Fox Valley Conference victory over McHenry on Tuesday in Hampshire.

Kielee Tondryk recorded four kills and four blocks for Hampshire (2-0, 1-0 FVC), Jacey Lambert had three blocks and two kills, and Madisyn Reinke had five kills in the conference opener.

Kylie Borck led McHenry (0-1, 0-1) with six kills and Sara Boelkens added five. Gabby Depersio had 21 digs, Elizabeth Hying had 11 assists, Dunja Masic had nine assists, and Izzi Visnjevac had 10 digs.

Crystal Lake Central 2, Jacobs 0: At Algonquin, Madde Blake led the Tigers with 11 kills and five digs in a 25-14, 25-12 FVC win over Jacobs. Maddy McCormick and Madeline Timmerman had four kills each for Central (1-0, 1-0), and Grace Levin had 11 assists. Karina Simatos added 18 digs, and Olivia Anderson, Timmerman and Camryn Hausler had four blocks apiece.

Tai Ramirez led the Golden Eagles (0-1, 0-1) with four kills, and Maggie Wallenberger added three kills and two aces in the loss. Rachel Kaczorowski passed out 10 assists, and Jordyn Kelly led the defense with eight digs.

Huntley 2, Dundee-Crown 0: At Huntley, the Red Raiders opened the season with a 25-8, 25-9 FVC win over the Chargers. Emma Konie led Huntley (1-0, 1-0) with five kills and Loren Alberts and Julia Johnson finished with four kills and three blocks apiece. Taylor Jakubowski had 18 assists and Josie Schmitendorf added 11 digs.

Payton Schmidt led the Chargers (0-1, 0-1) with three kills and a block. Jenna Brown added four assists and three digs. Hannah Krispin had two kills and Claire Muhvic tallied four digs.

Antioch 2, Johnsburg 1: At Antioch, the Skyhawks lost their season-opening match to the Sequoits, 13-25, 25-14, 25-18. Megan Madsen led Johnsburg (0-1) with eight kills, four digs and two aces, Shannon Flynn had four kills, and Adisyn Illg recorded 30 assists. Leah Kottke had two aces.


Stevenson 2, McHenry 1: At McHenry, the Warriors (0-1) dropped their nonconference opener, falling behind, 2-0, to the Patriots. McHenry avoided a shutout with a goal in the final minute by Danny Quinonez. Jason Mendez had an assist, and Austin Lichtenstein made 11 saves.

Woodstock North 1, Woodstock 0: At Woodstock, Bartek Scheibe scored the game's only goal with nine minutes left to lead the host Thunder to a Kishwaukee River Conference win over the Blue Streaks in the season opener for both teams.

Thomas DiFazio had the assist for North (1-0, 1-0). AJ Guanci made six saves for the Thunder in the shutout. Sergio Alvarez made five saves for Woodstock (0-1,0-1) and Stephan Turskey added two.

Deerfield 2, Dundee-Crown 1: At the Lake Forest Tournament, Jabari Washington scored a second-half goal for the Chargers in their season-opening loss. Kevin Juanchi added an assist for D-C (0-1). Damian Smiech made four stops in goal.

Crystal Lake South 4, Hononegah 0: At Crystal Lake, Alex Canfield scored a pair of first-half goals to lead the Gators (2-0) to a nonconference win. Tom Coughlin and Colton Weidner also scored, while Andrew Edge, Brad Grabowski and Ryan Coughlin added assists.

Matt McCaleb and Oscar Campos each made one save for South in the shutout.

Gurnee Warren 3, Prairie Ridge 1: At the Grayslake North Tournament, the Wolves opened the tournament and the season with a loss to the Blue Devils. Max Kauffman scored for Prairie Ridge.

Harvard 4, Big Foot 0: At Harvard, Adrian Gorostieta scored a hat trick and added an assist in the Hornets' season-opening victory. Ivan Gomez also scored a goal Harvard (1-0), Marcos Cabrera had two assists and Brayan Sanchez added one.

Hampshire 2, Kaneland 0: At Kaneland, Jesus Rivera and Andrew Pena each scored for the Whip-Purs in the nonconference win. Andrew Krajecki had 15 saves in the shutout for Hampshire (2-0).


Prairie Ridge 163, Crystal Lake Central 184: At Chalet Hills in Cary, Dominic Leli and Grant Klepitsch each carded a 40 to earn co-medalist honors in the Wolves' FVC win. Also scoring for Prairie Ridge were Levi Wagner (41), Eddie Winkelmann (42) and Hunter Fredrick (42).

Bayden Hubacher and Spencer Thome each had a 44 to lead the Tigers. They were followed by Eric Klutke (45) and Ethan Bass (51).

Crystal Lake South 146, Cary-Grove 161: At Foxford Hills in Cary, Will Stewart fired a 2-under-par 34 to lead the Gators to an FVC win. John Lishchynsky added a 35, Ricky Falbo had a 38, and Casey Hunter had a 39.

Trevor Brandon led the Trojans with a 38, followed by Patrick Tobin (39), Trevor Beaugureau (41) and Michael Greenhill (43).

Huntley 160, McHenry 169: At McHenry Country Club, Jack Wagner fired a 3-over 38 to earn medalist honors for the Red Raiders in their FVC win. Jake Burnquist added a 40, and Garrett Heinke and Trevor Wolinsky each carded a 41.

Truman Keppy had a 39 for the Warriors, followed by Liam Nielsen (42), James Gordon (44) and Mason McCormick (44).


Marian Central 207, Marengo 245: At Marengo Ridge, Kelly Anderson earned medalist honors with a 5-over 41 for the Hurricanes in a nonconference victory. Rounding out the scoring for Marian were Meghan Frank (48), Lauren McNulty (58) and Danielle Lattanzio (60).

Marengo was led by Carlie Seeman (53), Theckla Sweat (57), Mackenzie Smith (65) and Brooke Aubry (70).

Richmond-Burton 225, Johnsburg 230: At Nippersink in Genoa City, Wisconsin, Lauryn Davis fired a 44 to finish first at the KRC dual. Alaina Robinson was second on R-B with a 56, followed by Darci Retherford (58) and Emily Labelle (67).

Ellie Johnson led the Skyhawks with a 52, Gracie Berthoud had a 55, Taylor Burke had a 60, and Ceara Mulvey shot a 63.

Harvard 213, Grayslake North co-op 214: At Brae Lach in Grayslake, the Hornets escaped with a one-shot victory. Emma Ackland led Harvard with a 51, Jennah Brookner had a 53, Joelle McMillan had a 54 and Julia Chupich had a 55.

Burlington Central 192, McHenry 207: At Sycamore Park District, Sarah Fergus led the Warriors with a 41 in a nonconference loss to the Rockets.


Huntley 5, Kaneland 2: The Raiders claimed all four doubles matches in their win over Kaneland, moving back to .500. Winning at doubles for Huntley (3-3) were Riley Conradt and Michelle Barnvos (No. 1 doubles), Gabbi Barnvos and Meghan Fenske (No. 2), Gabby Kosowski and Kylie Phommasack (No. 3) and Raegan Hilbrant and Hannah Hyslop (No. 4).

Samia Desai won, 6-2, 6-2, at No. 3 singles for Huntley.

Grayslake Central 7, McHenry 0: At McHenry, the Warriors were swept by the Rams in their nonconference opener. All seven matches ended in straight sets.

Belvidere North 6, Woodstock 1: At Belvidere, Meghan Sutter and Alexa Norgard earned a 7-5, 2-6, 6-2 victory at No. 1 doubles for the Blue Streaks in a nonconference loss.

Dundee-Crown 4, South Elgin 3: At Carpentersville, Olivia Gard won, 6-1, 6-2, at No. 3 singles for the Chargers in a nonconference victory over the Storm. Josie Munoz and Erin Hajek won at No. 2 doubles, Suzi Thompson and Zoe Lufman won at No. 3 doubles, and Jessica Silva and Mary Domich won at No. 4 doubles.


DeKalb Triangular: At DeKalb, Woodstock North co-op took second with 85 points in the three-team meet. Byron co-op finished first with 134 points, and DeKalb (84) was third.

Lucia Alcazar finished runner-up in the 200-yard individual medley (2:25.34) and 500 freestyle (6:07.19), and Haley Halsall was second in the 100 butterfly (1:09.15). North co-op's 200 free relay of Haley Halsall, Ireland Dunnett, Katie Zanck and Izzy Halsall placed second with a time of 1:59.87.

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