High school sports roundup for Thursday, Sept. 14

Sophomore outside hitter Maggie Wallenberger led Jacobs' attack with 13 kills in a 19-25, 25-21, 25-10 Fox Valley Conference volleyball win against Cary-Grove on Thursday in Algonquin.

Jordyn Kelly led the Golden Eagles (4-8, 3-4 FVC) on defense with 25 digs, Jaclyn Poirier had six kills, Rachel Kaczorowski added 26 assists, Tai Ramirez had 11 digs, and Katie Lodi had nine digs. Kaczorowski and Andie Voss had eight digs apiece.

C-G is 6-8 overall, 3-4 in the FVC.

Crystal Lake Central 2, Dundee-Crown 0: At Crystal Lake, the Tigers extended their winning streak to 10 with a 25-10, 25-11 FVC win over the Chargers. Madeline Timmerman led Central (11-1, 6-1) with eight kills and four blocks. Olivia Anderson had five blocks, and Madde Blake had eight digs.

Makena Wesol, Olivia Miller and Claire Muhvic had two kills apiece for D-C (1-12, 0-7).

Huntley 2, Hampshire 0: At Hampshire, the Red Raiders swept the Whip-Purs, 25-19, 25-10, in FVC action. Huntley improved to 7-2 overall and 6-2 in the FVC. Hampshire fell to 9-7-1 and 2-5.

Johnsburg 2, Marengo 0: At Johnsburg, the Skyhawks beat the Indians, 25-23, 25-18, in Kishwaukee River Conference action. Hayley Schmidt led Johnsburg (6-5, 3-0) with seven kills, Adisyn Illg had 16 assists and an ace, Leah Kottke had 15 digs, and Abbey Bratek added four kills. Morgan Madsen had three aces.

Lillie Simons had six kills and four blocks for Marengo (12-5, 2-2), Hannah Ritter had four kills and two blocks, and Hannah Faber added three kills.

Burlington Central 2, Harvard 0: At Harvard, the Hornets lost to the Rockets, 25-18, 25-13, in KRC action. Haley Tittle, Desiree Brady and Aylia Lemus each had two kills for Harvard (0-13, 0-3), and Dianayeli Plata had six digs. Brady added two aces.


Jacobs 2, McHenry 0: At McHenry, Sam Rainer gave the Golden Eagles a 1-0 lead with a first-half goal assisted by Alex Nicastro en route to an FVC win. Nicastro added a second-half goal for Jacobs (4-4-2, 1-0). Preston Krahl made two saves in the shutout.

Austin Lichtenstein made nine saves for McHenry (4-3-2, 1-1).

Dundee-Crown 2, Prairie Ridge 1 (2OT): At Carpentersville, Roland Dearborn scored in the 91st minute to lead the Chargers (7-1-1, 2-0) to an FVC win over the Wolves. Samuel Lopez scored the first goal for D-C, and Calvin Carlos and Arnol Batres had assists. Damian Smiech made five saves in the win.

Noah Smeja scored for the Wolves, assisted by Owen Erickson.

Crystal Lake South 1, Wheaton North 0: At the PepsiCo Showdown in Wheaton, Nick Langdon scored the only goal for the Gators (9-1-1). Alex Canfield had an assist, and Oscar Estrada made four saves for South.

Huntley 1, West Chicago 0 (PKs): At the PepsiCo Showdown in Huntley, the Red Raiders (1-8) picked up their first victory of the season, defeating the Wildcats, 2-1, in a penalty kick shootout. Huntley goalkeeper Lucas Clemetsen made three saves in the shootout and five in regulation.

Harvard 2, Marian Central 0: At Harvard, Adrian Gorostieta scored both goals for the Hornets in a nonconference win.


Crystal Lake Central 7, Hampshire 0: At Crystal Lake, the Tigers swept an FVC dual against the Whips to move to 8-1 overall and 4-0 in conference play. Winning at singles for Central were Giselle Lemke (No. 1), Ellie McGinnis (No. 2) and Julia Fier (No. 3).

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) won in doubles.

Woodstock 6, Marengo 1: At Marengo, Ashley Peralta (No. 1), Irene Vasquez (No. 2) and Emma Colby (No. 3) swept their singles matches for the Blue Streaks in a KRC win. Kamryn Bogott and Kelsey Perkins (No. 2), Emma Martin and Sarah Caspari (No. 3), and Grace Cochrane and Sarah Cornell (No. 4) added straight-set wins in doubles.

Maddy Haas and Jacqueline Snyderat No. 1 doubles had the only win for the Indians.

Huntley 5, Crystal Lake South 2: At Crystal Lake, Riley Conradt and Michelle Barnvos earned a 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 win at No. 1 doubles to lead the Red Raiders to an FVC win. Also adding wins for Huntley (13-5, 4-1) were Kylie Phommasack and Gabby Kosowski (No. 3 doubles), Raegan Hilbrant and Hannah Hyslop (No. 4 doubles), Carina Bowman (No. 2 singles), and Samia Desai (No. 3 singles).

Skylar Olsen won, 6-0, 6-1, at No. 1 singles for the Gators. Anna Chang and Evelyn Smith added a win at No. 2 doubles.

Cary-Grove 7, Dundee-Crown 0: At Cary, the Trojans swept the Chargers in an FVC dual. Bethany Marshall (No. 1 singles), Kaitlin Warner (No. 2 singles) and Karina Los and Alina Krembuszewski (No. 1 doubles) all won without dropping a game.

Also picking up wins for the Trojans were Lori Begun (No. 3 singles), Jazzy Flashing and Elizabeth LaLond (No. 2 doubles), Julia Pietrzyk and Jenna Briggs (No. 3 doubles), and Grace O'Malley and Olivia Schladt (No. 4 doubles).

Woodstock North 5, Johnsburg 2: At Johnsburg, Lydia Dunker won, 6-1, 3-6, 6-3, at No. 3 singles to help lead the Thunder in the KRC victory. Winning in two sets for North were Aly Cullotta (No. 1 singles), Cassandra Howell and Kirsten Morey (No. 2 doubles), Mariela Perez and Jasmin Carbajal (No. 3 doubles), and Kaitlyn Mauck and Maggie Thomas (No. 4 doubles).

Abbie Cittadino and Kamile Aleksaite won, 6-0, 6-0, at No. 1 doubles for Johnsburg. Lauren Hendrixson won, 6-1, 6-1, at No. 2 singles.


Prairie Ridge 164, Cary-Grove 168: At Chalet Hills in Cary, Prairie Ridge's Hunter Fredrick and Grant Klepitsch and C-G's Trevor Brandon and Nate Jablonski each carded 40s to share medalist honors. Eddie Winkelmann added a 41 for the Wolves, and Dominic Leli and Connor Hamilton both had 43s.

Trevor Beaugureau. Patrick Tobin, Cole Seeger and Michael Greenhill had 44s for C-G.

Richmond-Burton 183, Harvard 213: At Abbey Springs in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, Jackson Bolman had a 43 to earn medalist honors for the Rockets in a KRC win. Connor Lindley and Ryan Eskuri added 46s, and Adam Harr had a 48 for R-B (6-4, 4-0).

McHenry 167, Crystal Lake Central 181: At McHenry Country Club, Eric Klutke shot even-par 35 for the Tigers in an FVC loss to the Warriors. McHenry was led by Truman Keppy (41), Spencer Rudd (41), Liam Nielsen (42) and Ryan Peters (43).

Kolbe Wallin (45), Bayden Hubacher (50) and Ethan Bass (51) rounded out the scoring for Central.

Hampshire 158, Dundee-Crown 161: At Bonnie Dundee in Carpentersville, the Whips pulled out a three-shot FVC victory. D-C's Matt McQuillen was medalist with an even-par 34. Mark Spitzer, Craig Bracke and Justin Heusmann all had 39s for Hampshire, and C.J. Lindquist added a 41.

Alex Matsas had a 38 for the Chargers, Caiden Lukan had a 44, and Jake Zirlin, Joey Knapp and Jaxon Field had 45s.

Crystal Lake South 167, Woodstock North co-op 177: At Bull Valley Golf Club, the Gators picked up a nonconference win. Woodstock's Evan Bridges was medalist with a 36.

Wednesday's late result

Marian Central 169, Richmond-Burton 177: At Twin Lakes in Wisconsin, Quinton Urban earned medalist honors with a 38 in a nonconference boys golf win for Marian. Andrew Lydon added a 41, Daniel Stumpf had a 44, and Bennett Arza had a 46.

Lindley led R-B with a 39, followed by Bolman (43), Hunter Volkmar (47) and Eskuri (48).


Harvard 187, Richmond-Burton 202: At Beaver Creek in Capron, the Hornets improved to 6-1 overall and 2-1 in the KRC with a 13-shot victory. Jennah Brookner led Harvard with a 44, followed by Joelle McMillan (46), Julia Chupich (47) and Pieper Fiegel (50).

R-B's Lauryn Davis earned medalist honors with a 39. Alaina Robinson had a 50, Darci Retherford had a 56, and Sierra Simecek had a 57.

Hampshire 195, Huntley 203: At Randall Oaks in West Dundee, Gianna Farinella shot a 44 to take medalist honors and lead the Whips (6-3, 3-2) to an FVC win over the Red Raiders. Delaney Marcuccilli added a 47, and Grace Fuller and Jessica Dumoulin had 52s.

Taylor Stephenson led Huntley with a 48, followed by Lorelei Oomens (49), Nina Shaffer (50) and Kelsey Ryan (56).

Grayslake co-op 214, Dundee-Crown 224: At Bonnie Dundee in Carpentersville, Alyssa Trebat led the Chargers with a 43 in a nonconference loss. Hannah Gestrich added a 47, Arly Perez had a 65, and Sonora Rodriguez had a 69.

Prairie Ridge 169, McHenry 198: At Boone Creek in Bull Valley, Morgan Taylor posted a 39 to earn medalist honors for the Wolves in an FVC victory. Grace VanHyfte added a 40, Sophia Pascente had a 43, and Elizabeth Tucker had a 47.

McHenry was led by Sarah Fergus and Carly Wolf with 47s. Jocelyn Currie added a 49, and Sydney Shea had a 55.


Huntley 86, Cary-Grove 84: At Sage YMCA in Crystal Lake, Ella Young won the 200 freestyle and 100 breaststroke for the Red Raiders in an FVC win. Young also was a part of Huntley's winning 200 medley relay team, along with Katelyn Carlson, Caitlyn Gooden and Abigail DeVries. Alyssa Tramuta, Carlson, DeVries and Young also won the 400 free relay.

Emma Bolas, Sophia Silkaitis, Caitlyn Gooden and Tramuta won the 200 free relay for Huntley, while Tramuta won the 100 free, DeVries won the 500 free and Carlson won the 100 backstroke. For the Trojans, Payton Walsh won the 200 IM, Emily Marks won the 50 free, and Ayden Donfris won the 100 butterfly.

Wednesday's late results

Jacobs co-op defeats Crystal Lake co-op: At the Randall Oaks Recreation Center in West Dundee, the Jacobs co-op girls swimming team opened the year with an FVC victory. Kate Trembly won the 200 freestyle, Megan Herrera won the 200 individual medley, Olivia Johnson won the 400 free, and Makaylin Monasterio won the 100 backstroke.

Jacobs won the 200 medley relay, 200 free relay and 400 free relay. Crystal Lake co-op's Jamie Gindorf earned two wins in the 50 free and 100 breaststroke, Sarah Niemann won the 100 free, and Makayla Nietzel won the 100 butterfly.

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