Huntley was one match from a shutout as it wrapped up its third consecutive Fox Valley Conference wrestling championship Thursday.
The Red Raiders defeated Hampshire, 77-3, for their 23rd FVC dual meet win in a row and clinched the conference title with one dual remaining.
Huntley is 21-8, 7-0 in the FVC, and every other conference team has at least two losses. The Raiders finish their FVC season Jan. 25 at Crystal Lake Central.
Huntley picked up nine wins by forfeit. Grant Hochmuth (120), Sam Spencer (126) and Nik Wise (285) won by pins, while Andrew Lira (132) won by technical fall.
Hampshire’s Patryk Barnas (220) won by decision for the Whip-Purs’ lone victory.
Crystal Lake Central 56, Dundee-Crown 18: At Crystal Lake, the Tigers (15-8, 4-2) picked up seven wins by pin as they beat the Chargers (8-6, 2-5) in their FVC dual.
Dillon Carlson (113), Sam Hild (120), Colton Madura (145), Stephen Bushy (170), Brock Montford (182), D.C. Smith (195) and Ramon Fuentes (285) won by pin for Central. The Tigers also got wins from Rocco Carone (132), Brenden Parks (160) and Cameron Calhan (220) by major decision and from Caden Ernd (152) by decision.
Crystal Lake South 54, McHenry 15: At McHenry, the Gators’ big men, Alec Natrop (220) and Dom Collado (285), pinned their two opponents in a combined 51 seconds as South (16-5, 4-2) defeated the Warriors (7-19, 1-6) in their FVC dual.
The Gators’ Jimmy Moore (195) and Shane Moran (145) also won by pin. Christian Olsen (113) won by technical fall, Connor Moore (152) won by major decision and Brady Weidner (170) won by decision.
McHenry got wins from Aldair Perea (120) by decision, Brody Hallin (138) by technical fall, Joe Hansen (160) by decision and Nolan Wiese (182) by major decision.
Richmond-Burton wins two: At Marengo, R-B came away with dual wins against host Marengo, 42-28, and North Boone, 54-30.
Jonah Braden (145), Dalton Wood (160), Brock Wood (170) and Josh Dumont (195) each had two pins. Connor Lucas (126) and Chase Duncan (138) also had two wins each on the mat.
Jake Doyle (132), Aaron Shepard (152) and Michael Macias (182) all had wins for Marengo against R-B.
Hampshire 35, Crystal Lake South 24: At Crystal Lake, sophomore Kelby Bannerman tossed in 10 points and grabbed six rebounds as the Whip-Purs (20-5, 9-1) defeated the Gators (6-14, 3-7) in their FVC game.
Jessie Dumoulin added six points with a pair of 3-pointers, and Sarah Bowen also scored six as the Whips moved into a first-place tie with Dundee-Crown.
South was led by Kate Lawson with seven points and Gabrielle Trier with six.
Cary-Grove 52, Huntley 42: At Cary, Maddie Jannusch scored 17 points to lead the Trojans (7-13, 5-4) past the Red Raiders (6-15, 3-7) in their FVC game.
Huntley led at halftime, 25-21, but Jannusch helped spark the Trojans with two three-point plays in the third quarter, as they took a 39-35 lead.
Lauren Passaglia and Bailey Steinkamp each added 10 points for C-G. Huntley’s Kamsi Nwogu led all players with 20 points.
Rockford Christian 53, Harvard 40: At Harvard, Lauren Shafer scored 12 points, and Haily Hill added nine as the Hornets (2-18) fell to the Royal Lions in a nonconference game.
Alden-Hebron 53, IMSA 25: At Hebron, the Giants (17-3) rolled to a big victory over the Titans behind 20 points from Rachel Pahl in their nonconference game.
Kylee Winter hit three 3s and scored 13 for A-H. Eden Wanderer added six points.
Jacobs co-op 94, Woodstock North co-op 86: At Woodstock, the Golden Eagles had wins from Eric Boysen (200-yard freestyle), Vince Chiapetta (100 free), Jacob Carignan (500 free), Alec Orndahl (100 backstroke) and Caden Waddell (50 free) as they defeated the Thunder in their dual meet.
Chiapetta, Waddell, Carignan and Boysen also won the 200 free relay. Jacobs is a District 300 co-op team with swimmers from Dundee-Crown and Hampshire.
Quinn Cynor won the 100 butterfly and 200 individual medley for the Thunder, which is a co-op team with North and Woodstock. Gunner Dunnett won the 100 breaststroke.
Cynor, Dunnett, Nick Phillips and Aiden Teuber won the 200 medley relay, and Cynor, Phillips, Teuber and Logan Lorr won the 400 freestyle relay.