High school sports roundup for Saturday, Aug. 25

The Crystal Lake South boys golf team improved to 4-0 in tournaments by winning the nine-team McHenry Invitational at McHenry Country Club on Saturday.

The Gators finished with a team score of 321, one shot ahead of Cary-Grove (322). Prairie Ridge (326) was third, Jacobs (329) placed fourth, McHenry (343) was fifth and Crystal Lake Central (346) took sixth.

C-G's Trevor Beaugureau finished first overall with a 75, winning the tiebreaker over Central's Eric Klutke (second place, 75) and Jacobs' Garrett Tighe (third, 75).

Prairie Ridge's Dominic Leli (76) took fourth, Crystal Lake South's Will Stewart (78) and Prairie Ridge's Grant Klepitsch (78) tied for sixth place, and McHenry's Truman Keppy (79) and South's Eric Bregenzer (79) tied for eighth.

Jacobs' Jarod Gray (80), C-G's Patrick Tobin (80) and Trevor Brandon (80) and South's Griffin Coakley (80) tied for 10th.

Casey Hunter (84) rounded out South's scoring, and Michael Greenhill (87) rounded out the scoring for C-G.

Rolling Meadows Invite: At Arlington Lakes in Arlington Heights, Huntley's Jack Wagner placed second overall with a 72 to lead the Red Raiders to a runner-up finish with a 307. Prospect won the tournament with a 301.

Garrett Heinke shot a 73 for sixth place, and Trevor Wolinsky took 15th with a 78.


District 117 Invite: At Spring Valley in Salem, Wisconsin, Crystal Lake Central co-op claimed the 12-team meet title, led by a medalist performance from Cary-Grove junior Molly Lyne (73). Central sophomore Renata Petersen also earned a medal for the Tigers, carding an 88.

Harvard and Johnsburg fired identical 401s. Harvard freshman Julia Chupich tied for 13th as the Hornets' 401 broke the school record for an 18-hole tournament. Johnsburg was led by Ellie Johnson's 14th-place finish.


Rockford East Invite: At Rockford, Hampshire went undefeated in five matches to capture the tournament title. The Whip-Purs swept Antioch, 25-14, 25-10, in the championship.

Marengo went 4-1 with wins against Rockford East, 25-15, 25-15, Belvidere, 25-23, 25-22, Freeport, 25-20, 26-24, and West Carroll, 26-24, 25-21. The lone loss for the Indians (4-2) came against Rochelle, 25-15, 25-23.

Hannah Ritter had nine kills and three blocks against Rockford East, Lillie Simons had five kills and three blocks, and Abi Vito had 18 assists, four kills and two aces.

Against Belvidere, Ritter had a team-high 11 kills, Simons added four kills and five blocks, Vito tallied 16 assists, and Kaetlyn Jeschke had 11 digs. Jeschke also had 16 digs and three aces against Rochelle.

Plainfield North Invitational: At Plainfield, Marian Central took fifth in the Crimson Bracket, falling to Bloomington Central Catholic, 17-25, 25-15, 25-22, in the fourth-place match.

Earlier in the day, Marian beat Shepard, 22-25, 25-17, 25-17. The Hurricanes (1-4) also lost to Grayslake North, 26-28, 25-17, 26-24.

On Friday, Marian lost its first to matches to Munster (Indiana) and Providence Catholic to start the tournament. Lilli Leggett led the Hurricanes with 20 kills and 22 digs, Issy Nick had 18 kills and nine aces, and Grace Graff recorded 87 assists. Valle Leggett also had nine aces.

Chicago Christian Invite: At Chicago, Johnsburg placed fifth with Adisyn Illg being named to the all-tournament team for the second year in a row.


Jacobs Invite: At Algonquin, Huntley's Meghan Fenske and Gabbi Barnvos were runner-up at No. 2 doubles in the the 16-team meet, and Jacobs' Rebecca Mudge took second at No. 2 singles. Also for the Red Raiders, Riley Conradt and Michelle Barnvos placed third at No. 1 doubles. Jacobs' Lindsay Cunningham was fourth at No. 1 singles.

Huntley tied for fourth place with 19 points and host Jacobs (16 points) tied for seventh. Lake Park won the meet with 26 points and three flight champions. Barrington (26) took second, but lost the tiebreaker for first with only two flight champions.

McHenry Invite: At McHenry, Johnsburg's Abbie Cittadino and Kamile Aleksaite went 4-0 at No. 1 doubles to finish first at the eight-team meet, beating Grayslake Central's Mia Falconi and Charlotte Bloede, 3-6, 6-4, 10-4, in the championship.

Also placing first and going 4-0 for the Skyhawks was Lauren Hendrixson at No. 2 singles.

Johnsburg (27 points) finished a point behind Grayslake Central (28) for the team title. Woodstock (18) was fifth and McHenry (11) was sixth. Gracie Cittadino was second at No. 1 singles for Johnsburg, and Woodstock's Amy Keyzer and Kelsey Perkins took runner-up at No. 2 doubles.

Johnsburg's No. 3 doubles team of Jillian Popovich and Jessica Meyer finished third.

McHenry's best finish came from Samantha Sobotta, who took fourth at No. 2 singles. Woodstock's Ashley Peralta was fourth at No. 1 singles and teammates Meghan Sutter and Alexa Norgard (No. 1 doubles) each finished fourth.


Burlington (Wisconsin) Quad: At Burlington, Woodstock North collected 17 goals in three shutouts as the Thunder took the spot in the four-team round-robin meet. It was the team's first time finishing first in a tournament.

North shut out Burlington, 4-0, Faith Christian, 5-0, and Racine Lutheran (Wisconsin), 8-0.

Four different Thunder players scored two goals in the three games: Jack Duenas, Jesus Sanchez, Arturo Bernal and Jesus Lopez.

Cole Dillon, Omar Bernal, Davin Scherman, Jacob Hernandez, Devin Kurth, Eliel Reynoso, Noe Hernandez and Jonathan Lopez had one goal apiece for North (4-0-1).

Benet 8, Marian Central 0: At Woodstock, the Hurricanes dropped the East Suburban Catholic Conference game to move to 0-3 overall and 0-1 in conference. Caleb Taylor had 17 saves for Marian.

Oregon Tournament: At Oregon, Richmond-Burton finished 2-2-1 in the invite to take fifth place out of 10 teams. The Rockets beat Orion, 2-0, in their final game, getting goals from Hayden Rudkin and Ethan Demers. Jacob Maldonado made 12 stops in the shutout.

R-B beat Oregon, 3-1, and tied Princeton, 2-2. The Rockets (2-2-1) dropped games to Rockford East, 5-1, and Schaumburg Christian, 1-0.

Demers finished the tournament with three goals and twos assists. Cole Vogt scored twice in the tournament, and Maldonado and Niko Caliendo had one apiece. Maldonado made 25 total saves for R-B, and Logan Knott had 15 saves in two games.


Oregon Tournament: At Oregon, Woodstock went 2-0 with victories over North Boone, 12-0, and East Peoria, 4-1. The Blue Streaks recorded nine goals in first half against North Boone, with Brian Rico scoring a hat trick by halftime.

Caleb Warmbier, Max Lisowski and Denis Gjoni each finished with two goals, and Sergio Alvarez, Johnny Orozco and Mac Buckley also scored for Woodstock (2-1).

Against East Peoria, Warmbier had two goals, and Ryan Azzaline and Rico each had one.

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