High school sports roundup for Wednesday, Aug. 29

Kolin Fadden's first-half goal Wednesday was enough to give Cary-Grove boys soccer its first win of the season with a 1-0 victory over Harvard at the Grant Invite in Fox Lake.

Mike McEvoy was credited with an assist, while Nick Reineking and Nick Behm each made two saves for the Trojans (1-1-1).

Crystal Lake South 0, Palatine 0: At the Wauconda Tournament, the Gators played to a scoreless tie. Matt McCaleb and Oscar Estrada combined for three saves for South (3-0-1).

McHenry 2, North Chicago 0: At the Wauconda Tournament, the Warriors scored twice in the final five minutes to pull away for the win.

Mike Feurt got McHenry (2-1-1) on the board with an assist from Hunter Elsberg, and Jason Mendez supplied the second goal with an assist from Jose Lira. Keeper Austin Lichtenstein made four saves.

Woodstock North 2, Belvidere North 2: At Belvidere, Bartek Scheibe and Jacob Hernandez each scored as the Thunder (4-0-2) played to a tie in their nonconference road match. Aj Guanci made nine saves.

Dundee-Crown 4, Rockford East 4: At Carpentersville, the Chargers settled for a tie in nonconference action.

Thomas Sarmiento, Baltazar Rodriguez, Calvin Carlos and Jack Searles all scored for D-C (2-1-1).

DeKalb 1, Crystal Lake Central 0: At Crystal Lake, the Tigers were shut out in a nonconference loss.


Cary-Grove 2, Grayslake Central 0: At Grayslake, Jenna Splitt turned in a big night in the Trojans' nonconference win, 25-21, 25-22.

The sophomore topped Cary-Grove (2-2) with 13 assists, 11 kills, four blocks and three aces. Libero Kate Selsky provided 18 digs.

Alden-Hebron 2, Rockford Christian 0: At Hebron, the Giants defeated Rockford Christian, 25-21, 25-18, to improve to 3-1 on the season.

Eden Wanderer supplied A-H with 14 digs, Melanie Nielsen had six kills, Kylee Winter picked up six kills, and Taylor Horton paced the attack with eight assists.


Woodstock 4, Round Lake 3: At Round Lake, the Blue Streaks picked up a nonconference victory with singles wins from Emma Martin (No. 2) and Kelly Fischbach (No. 3).

In doubles play, Sarah Caspari and Grace Cochrane (No. 3) and Emma Colby and Sarah Cornell (No. 4) helped secure Woodstock's win.

Woodstock North 5, McHenry 2: At McHenry, Jasmin Carbajal and Mariela Perez pulled out a close win, 3-6, 6-2, 10-4, at No. 3 doubles to help the Thunder to the win.

Aly Cullotta, Sophia Ferru and Lydia Funker swept singles competition for North, and Kaitlyn Mauck and Maggie Thomas won at No. 4 doubles.

Kimee Stachura and Grace Dudley won at No. 1 doubles for McHenry, and Maggie Diaz and Jaky Mendez (No. 2) also picked up a victory.

Huntley 5, Harlem 0: At Huntley, the Red Raiders swept Harlem in their nonconference matchup.

Ruhi Gulati and Samia Desai each won in singles action. In doubles, Riley Conradt and Michelle Barnvos, Megan Fenske and Gabbi Barnvos and Kylie Phommasack and Gabby Kosowski all came out on top.

Rolling Meadows 5, Crystal Lake South 2: At Rolling Meadows, Hannah Schuetzle was a winner at No. 2 singles in South's nonconference loss, while Sarah Schuetzle and Anna Chang won at No. 1 doubles.

Grayslake Central 5, Crystal Lake Central 2: At Grayslake, the Tigers dropped a nonconference dual to the Rams.


Crystal Lake South 145, Crystal Lake Central 172: At RedTail Golf Club in Lakewood, Casey Hunter fired a 2-under-par 34 to lead the Gators to a Fox Valley Conference win.

John Lyshchynsky carded a 36 for South, Will Stewart shot 37, and Ricky Falbo and Ethan Wiggs each had 38s to tie for South's last scoring spot.

Eric Klutke's 37 topped Central. Bayden Hubacher and Kolbe Wallin each shot 44, and Quinn Hankins shot 47.

Cary-Grove 164, Hampshire 195: At Foxford Hills in Cary, Cole Seeger posted a 3-over 39 to take medalist honors and lead the Trojans to the FVC win.

Teammate Trevor Brandon followed with a 40, Trevor Beaugureau had a 42, and Michael Greenhill shot 43.

Aaron Staszewski and Craig Bracke led Hampshire with 48s, Mark Spitzer shot 49, and Justin Heusmann rounded out the Whips' scoring with a 50.

Woodstock North co-op 189, Johnsburg 231: At Bull Valley in Woodstock, Evan Bridges shot a match-low 42 to help his team win the Kishwaukee River Conference dual.

St. Patrick 175, Marian Central 178: At Ridgemoor in Chicago, the Hurricanes narrowly dropped an East Suburban Catholic Conference dual.

Andrew Lydon topped Marian with a 41.


Rockford Lutheran 184, Marian Central 185: At Boone Creek in Bull Valley, Lauren McNulty carded a 42, but the Hurricanes fell one stroke short in their nonconference dual.

Kelly Anderson (45), Danielle Lattanzio (47) and Meghan Frank (51) rounded out the scoring for Marian.

Prairie Ridge 178, Huntley 179: At Pinecrest in Huntley, the Wolves edged the Raiders by one stroke to earn the FVC win.

Morgan Taylor's 2-over 38 led Prairie Ridge and took medalist honors. Grace VanHyfte shot 45, Sophia Pascente followed closely with a 46, and Katie Gilmore shot 49.

Katie Matustik led Huntley with a 39, Molly Baker and Nina Shaffer each shot 46, and Taylor Stephenson had a 48.

Hampshire def. Dundee-Crown: At Bonnie Dundee, the Whip-Purs shot a season-best 192 for the FVC win. However, Dundee-Crown didn't have enough golfers for a team score.

Hampshire's Delaney Marcuccilli was the meet's medalist with a 45. Gianna Farinella shot 48, while Jade Swanson (49) and Grace Fuller (50) rounded out the Whips' scoring.

Alyssa Trebat carded a 46 for D-C, and Hannah Gestrich shot 47.

Harvard 196, Belvidere 240: At Oak Creek in Harvard, Jennah Brookner shot 44 to capture medalist honors for Harvard.

Joelle McMillan (48), Emma Ackland (50) and Julia Chupich (54) rounded out the scoring for the Hornets in the nonconference win.


Antioch 21, Richmond-Burton 38: At Spring Grove, Thomas Koschak's second-place finish in 18 minutes, 10.4 seconds paced Richmond-Burton in the dual meet.

Antioch's Charlie Smith won the event in 18:04.5. Antioch had six of the top eight finishers.

Chase Duncan came in sixth (18.41.1) for the Rockets, Zach Anderson was ninth (19.21.2), and Ethan Luedke was 10th (19:25.6).

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