Golf

High school sports roundup for Wednesday, Sept. 12

Prairie Ridge pulled out a close Fox Valley Conference boys golf dual win, 177-182, Wednesday over Huntley at Chalet Hills in Cary.

Hunter Fredrick's 43 led the Wolves. Dominic Leli and Connor Hamilton each shot 44s, and Eddie Winkelmann carded a 46.

Huntley's Jack Wagner was the match's medalist with a 40. Danny Sheedy (46), Jake Burnquist (47) and Garrett Heinke (49) rounded out the scoring for the Red Raiders.

Crystal Lake South 158, McHenry 168: At Crystal Lake Country Club, South's Griffin Coakley and McHenry's Truman Keppy each shot 2-over-par 37s in an FVC dual.

South's Will Stewart posted a 39, Eric Bregenzer shot a 40, and John Lishchynsky and Ricky Falbo each shot a 42 to tie for the Gators' final counting score.

Liam Nielsen had a 41 for McHenry, and Ryan Peters and Mason McCormick each shot a 45.

Woodstock North co-op 188, Marengo 240: At Bull Valley Golf Club in Woodstock, the Thunder picked up a Kishwaukee River Conference win. North's Evan Bridges shot a 40 to top all scorers. Ki Norgard and Kenna Miles each posted 49s, and Jack Cunningham shot a 50.

Brady Cannon led Marengo with a 52, and Tyler Nelsen shot a 59.

Byron triangular: At Prairie View in Byron, Ray Gerhardt shot a 48 to lead Harvard (207) in a meet against Byron (177) and Stillman Valley (185). James Crout added a 52 for the Hornets.

GIRLS GOLF

Marian Central 174, Joliet Catholic 223: At Woodruff Golf Course in Joliet, the Hurricanes won an East Suburban Catholic Conference dual. Lauren McNulty's 41 led Marian, Kelly Anderson shot a 43, and Danielle Lattanzio (44) and Meghan Frank (46) rounded out the team's scoring.

Crystal Lake Central co-op 162, Dundee-Crown 244: At Carpentersville, Molly Lyne shot a 35 and Kat Bevill added a 38 as the Tigers defeated the Chargers in their FVC match. Renata Petersen shot a 44, and Abby Rubsam added a 45 for Central.

D-C was led by Alyssa Trebat and Hannah Gestrich, both with 45s.

Prairie Ridge 181, Hampshire 228: At Chalet Hills in Cary, Morgan Taylor shot 43 and Sophia Pascente and Elizabeth Tucker had 44s as the Wolves defeated the Whip-Purs in their FVC match. Katie Gilmore had the Wolves’ fourth score at 50. Gianna Farinella led Hampshire with a 49.

Huntley 173, Jacobs 178: At Pinecrest in Huntley, the Red Raiders won their FVC dual with Katie Matustik leading the way with a 39. Nina Shaffer followed with a 41, Taylor Stephenson shot a 45, and Lorelei Oomens and Kendall Krich each shot a 48 to tie for the team's final counting score.

Roslyn Leitner's 39 paced Jacobs, Lauren Kempf shot a 42, Jenna Walker carded a 48, and Allison McCann shot a 49.

Byron triangular: At Prairie View in Byron, Harvard earned two victories, shooting a 210 against Byron (222) and Stillman Valley (221). Julia Chupich led the Hornets (5-1) with a 50. She was followed by Jennah Brookner (51), Joelle McMillan (51) and Alexis Lehmann (58).

GIRLS SWIMMING

McHenry 91, Woodstock co-op 79: Payton Lange won two individual events and contributed to two winning relays as the Warriors won a dual meet.

Lange won the 500 freestyle and 100 backstroke. She teamed with Morgan Donovan, Paige Bantner and Melisa Nava in the medley relay and with Megan Frost, Donovan and Nava in the 400 freestyle relay.

Frost took the top spot in the 100 freestyle, and she worked with Julia Finch, Mackenzie Cutler and Paige Bantner to win the 200 freestyle relay.

For Woodstock, Lucia Alcazar took first in the 200 individual medley and 100 breaststroke.

GIRLS TENNIS

Grayslake Central 7, Woodstock 0: At Woodstock, the Blue Streaks were shut out in a nonconference loss.

BOYS SOCCER

Prairie Ridge 3, Marian Central 0: At Woodstock, Jonathan Walls and Max Kauffman each had a goal and an assist as the Wolves beat the Hurricanes in a nonconference game.

Noah Smeja added a third goal for the Wolves (2-3), and Lucas Reitz was credited with an assist.

Marian goalkeeper Caleb Taylor had 14 saves.

Harvard 5, Burlington Central 1: At Harvard, Adrian Gorostieta came through with a hat trick during the Hornets' KRC win.

Gustavo Mercado also scored for Harvard, and Marcos Morales was credited with a goal and an assist.

Marengo 2, Johnsburg 1: At Johnsburg, the Indians earned a KRC victory.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Johnsburg 2, Woodstock 0: At Johnsburg, Hayley Schmidt had six kills, and Morgan Madsen had three kills and four aces as the Skyhawks beat the Blue Streaks in their KRC match, 25-21, 25-20.

Adisyn Illg had 15 assists, eight digs and two aces. Megan Madsen had four kills and three digs, Leah Kottke had 11 digs and Sheridan Milewski had four kills.

South Elgin 2, Dundee-Crown 0: At South Elgin, Jenna Brown had nine assists and two aces for the Chargers (1-11) in their nonconference loss to the Storm 25-14, 25-13.

MacKenzie Field led D-C with four kills. Olivia Miller, Alyssa Crenshaw and Hannah Krispin each had two kills. Miller and Crenshaw also had two digs apiece.

Tealyn Kamp had three digs and two aces.

Richmond-Burton 2, Wauconda 0: At Wauconda, Kaitlyn Suhr had 10 kills and nine assists to lead the Rockets past the Bulldogs, 25-18, 25-23, in their nonconference match.

Abby Svenson had 11 kills, Jesse Klicker had 14 assists and Bella Cecchi had eight digs for R-B.

Hampshire 2 Streamwood 0: At Streamwood, Riley Seagren led the Whip-Purs (9-6-1) to a nonconference win with eight kills. Sam Rosetti paced the offense with 15 assists, and Bella Sobota had 16 digs.

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