Cary-Grove's Trevor Brandon made par on all nine holes for the Trojans in a 156-174 Fox Valley Conference boys golf win over Dundee-Crown on Monday at Foxford Hills in Cary.
Brandon finished with a 36 for C-G, which improved to 5-1 in FVC duals. Cole Seeger added a 38, and Trevor Beaugureau and Joey Vitullo both had 41s. D-C was led by Matt McQuillen with a 38, followed by Joey Knapp (41), Jaxon Field (46) and Kyle Huber (49).
Crystal Lake South 156, Huntley 163: At Crystal Lake Country Club, the Gators beat the Red Raiders to stay perfect in the FVC at 5-0. South's John Lishchynsky fired a 2-over-par 37 to earn medalist honors. Griffin Coakley and Eric Bregenzer both had 39s for South, and Casey Hunter added a 41.
Jake Burnquist led Huntley (2-2, 2-2) with a 39, followed by Garrett Heinke (40), Jack Wagner (42) and Danny Sheedy (42).
Harvard 184, Johnsburg 205: At Chapel Hill in McHenry, Kadin Busse carded a 43 to pace the Hornets (2-2, 1-1) in a Kishwaukee River Conference win. Rounding out the scoring for Harvard were Hunter Gratz (45), Jake Chupich (47) and James Crout (49).
Cody Clauson led the Skyhawks with a 46, Tony Murtaugh had a 52, Michael Brengman had a 53, and Tyler Malueg had a 54.
Jacobs 190, Marengo 236: At Randall Oaks in West Dundee, Lauren Kempf had a 44 to take medalist honors for the Golden Eagles in a nonconference win. Roslyn Leitner had a 47, Jenna Walker had a 48, and Allison McCann had a 51.
Carlie Seeman led the Indians with a 52, followed by Brooke Aubry (56), Mary Grace Reed (62) and Adriana Georgiades (66).
Marian Central 179, Marist 204: At Crystal Woods in Woodstock, Lauren McNulty had a 41 to earn medalist honors for the Hurricanes in an East Suburban Catholic Conference victory. Danielle Lattanzio added a 44, Meghan Frank had a 45, and Ava Notaro had a 49.
Johnsburg 219, Harvard 219: At Chapel Hill in McHenry, the Skyhawks defeated the Hornets with a better fifth-golfer score (Hailey Bullamore).
Huntley 183, Dundee-Crown 230: At Bonnie Dundee in Carpentersville, Katie Matustik led the Raiders (2-1, 2-1) to an FVC win with a 40.
Harvard 4, Richmond-Burton 0: At Harvard, Gustavo Mercado had two goals and an assist for the Hornets in KRC play. Adrian Gorostieta and Brayan Sanchez also scored for Harvard, while Gorostieta, Ivan Gomez and Daniel Sanchez each had assists.
Woodstock North 4, Johnsburg 0: At Johnsburg, the Thunder improved to 7-0-3 and 3-0-1 in the KRC with a win over the Skyhawks. Omar Bernal, Cole Dillon, Jack Duenas, and Bartek Scheibe scored for North. Aj Guanci made six saves in the shutout.
Dillon, Thomas DiFazio, Devin Kurth and Jacob Hernandez added assists.
Marist 7, Marian Central 2: At Woodstock, Christopher Ghita scored twice, including a penalty kick, in an ESCC defeat for the Hurricanes. Conor Werfelmann added an assist for Marian (1-8, 0-3), and Caleb Taylor had 11 saves.
Jacobs 1, Larkin 0: At Elgin, John O'Connor scored the only goal for the Eagles (3-4-2) in a nonconference win over the Royals.
Burlington Central 3, Marengo 2: At Marengo, the Indians (3-6, 1-3) lost in KRC play.
Crystal Lake Central 6, Elgin 1: At Elgin, the Tigers swept all four doubles matches in a nonconference victory over Elgin. Winning at doubles for Central (6-1) were Kyleigh Kessler and Kenna Kessler (No. 1), Katie Haviland and Cassie Preshlock (No. 2), Kylah Parrish and Emma Grindstaff (No. 3), and Delaney Jenkins and Hannah Pipitone (No. 4).
In singles action, Ellie McGinnis (No. 2) and Julia Fier (No. 3) won in straight sets for Central.
Crystal Lake South 5, Woodstock North 2: At Crystal Lake, Hannah Schuetzle and Sarah Schuetzle won, 6-0, 6-0, at No. 1 doubles for the Gators in a nonconference win. Anna Chang and Evelyn Smith (No. 2 doubles), Katie Rokusek and Tennille Redd (No. 3 doubles), and Mallory Ellers and Sam Molyneaux (No. 4 doubles) all won in two sets for South (2-3). Abby Enck won at No. 3 singles.
Aly Cullotta won, 7-6 (5), 6-2, at No. 1 singles for the Thunder. Sophia Ferru won, 6-3, 4-6, 9-11, at No. 2 singles.
Rockford Christian 2, Harvard 0: At Harvard, Desiree Brady recorded five kills and four aces in a 25-18, 25-14 nonconference loss for the Hornets (0-10). Hannah Saucedo added three kills, and Dianayeli Plata had seven digs.