Dundee-Crown's Katelyn Skibinski and Rylee Quillen each scored goals in the second half against Larkin on Wednesday to lift the Chargers to a semifinal win, 2-1, at the Class 3A Dundee-Crown Regional.
Genny Rendl was credited with an assist, and Diana Santillan made eight saves in goal.
D-C (9-8-1) will play Cary-Grove for the regional title at 4:30 p.m. Friday.
Huntley 9, Streamwood 1: At the Class 3A Huntley Regional, the Red Raiders routed Streamwood in their semifinal matchup.
Alyssa Xanos scored four times and assisted on another goal. Avery Fitzgerald added two goals, and Savanna Zoellner scored once and had three assists. Peyton Scholer and Ashley Lovins finished the scoring for Huntley.
Emma Vasconez and Madissen Gough also had assists. Lexi Kozak made one save, and Jenna Franklin had two saves.
The Raiders (10-8-2) will play South Elgin for the regional championship at 11 a.m. Saturday.
South Elgin 5, McHenry 0: At the Class 3A Huntley Regional, the Warriors were shut out in their regional semifinal.
Prairie Ridge 9, Cary-Grove 0: At Cary, the Wolves kept their Fox Valley Conference title hopes alive with their second straight win over the Trojans (19-12, 13-10 FVC).
Prairie Ridge (24-9, 17-6) will share the FVC title with Huntley if the Wolves can complete the sweep against C-G on Thursday. Huntley has finished its FVC schedule.
Ryan Goudschaal didn't allow a run in 5 2/3 innings Wednesday, scattering six hits and striking out five. Keegan Garis drove in four runs and was 3 for 4 with a double and a home run. Ben Harris went 2 for 4, including a triple, with an RBI and two runs, and Jared Lindquist had two hits and two RBIs.
Drew Stengren had two hits, including a double, for C-G.
Crystal Lake Central 7, McHenry 2: At McHenry, the Tigers (12-19, 7-16) topped the Warriors (20-13, 13-9) for an FVC win.
Alec Bolanowski was 3 for 4 with two RBIs, Trey Desimone went 3 for 3 and scored three times, and Lucas Irwin had three hits with an RBI and a run scored.
Camden Begley doubled and drove in both runs for McHenry.
Jacobs 6, Crystal Lake South 5 (8 inn.): At Crystal Lake, Daniel Klein singled in Julian Alba in the top of the eighth inning to give the Golden Eagles an FVC win and snap South's eight-game winning streak.
Christian Scianna drove in two runs for Jacobs (15-19, 10-13), Bryan Belo scored twice and had one RBI on two hits, and Kyle Washington and Max Bielawski each had one RBI.
For South (19-10, 13-10), Jacob Bimbi was 4 for 4 with an RBI and two runs scored, Patrick Fischer had two hits, and Nick DiBenedetto and Ben Peltz each had an RBI.
Hampshire 6, Dundee-Crown 5: At Hampshire, the Whip-Purs walked off on Gavin Kriegel's two-run homer in the bottom of the seventh inning for an FVC victory.
Jon Mroz also homered for Hampshire (16-13, 11-11). Mroz went 3 for 3 with three RBIs and two runs scored, and Caden Pyszka had two hits and scored twice.
Nick Gregory posted two hits for D-C (5-25, 1-21), Enrique Aramburo had two hits and knocked in one run, and Nick Cuciarone and Evan Echlin each had one RBI.
Huntley 2, Burlington Central 0: At Burlington, Jimmy Fairley struck out eight and surrendered only two hits over five innings in the Red Raiders' nonconference win.
Eli Paplanus and Davis Pasco each pitched one inning with two strikeouts to finish off the win for Huntley (25-8). Aj Henkle and Michael Talesky each hit solo home runs.
Johnsburg 8, Woodstock North 6: At Woodstock, Josh Notriano clubbed a home run and a double as part of a 3-for-4 effort during Johnsburg's Kishwaukee River Conference win.
Notriano drove in two runs and scored twice. Max Kegel had two hits for the Skyhawks (10-14, 5-10) with an RBI and three runs scored. Ryan Linkletter and Tyler Malueg also drove in runs.
Ryan Zinnen had a triple for North (10-15, 8-8), while Felipe De Avila, Aaron Montgomery and Dustin Herrmann each had one RBI.
Harvard 8, Woodstock 5: At Woodstock, the Hornets scored seven times in the top of the seventh inning to secure a KRC win.
Jagur Streit went 3 for 4 for Harvard (5-14, 4-13) with two RBIs, Dylan Perkins had two hits and two RBIs, and Jacob Stanley was 1 for 1 with an RBI and three walks.
For Woodstock (7-14, 5-9), Evan Bridges finished 3 for 4 with two runs scored and an RBI, David Shinherr had two hits and two RBIs, and Clark Shulfer knocked in two runs.
McHenry 5, Jacobs 1: At Algonquin, Jocelyn Currie homered and doubled twice during an FVC win for the Warriors (18-12, 8-6).
Currie drove in two runs and scored twice, Tori Boysen went 3 for 4 with two doubles and an RBI, and Lauren Sena had two hits. Julia Druml pitched seven innings, striking out five and allowing one run on five hits.
Erica Anderson knocked in the only run for Jacobs (15-12, 7-9) with a solo home run, and Katie Armstrong had a double. Delaney Garden struck out eight and allowed five runs (three earned).
Huntley 5, Cary-Grove 4 (8 inn.): At Huntley, the Trojans took the lead in the top of the eighth, but the Raiders rallied for an FVC win with two runs in the bottom half of the inning.
Briana Bower pitched all eight innings for Huntley (27-7, 13-3). She struck out 11 and allowed four runs (one earned) on nine hits. Sofia Tenuta homered and knocked in three runs on two hits, and Grace Kutz also had two hits.
Katy Wieczorek went 4 for 4 with two RBIs for C-G (17-11, 9-7), Kelly Johnson added three hits, and Alina Krembuszewski had two hits and one RBI.
Crystal Lake Central 10, Woodstock North 8: At Crystal Lake, the Tigers held off a late surge by North to collect a nonconference win.
The Thunder scored five times in the sixth inning to cut their deficit to 9-8.
Jessica Cruz led Central (10-16) with a 4-for-4 effort, including two doubles and two RBIs. Hailey Geske had two doubles and an RBI, Lily Sternberg launched a solo homer, and Baylee Snell had two hits and scored twice.
For North (13-13-1), Mackenzie Salazar went 3 for 4 with two doubles and three RBIs. Ellie Thurow, Hayley Matteson and Abby Hartmann each had two hits and one RBI.
Crystal Lake South 10, Lakes 7: At Crystal Lake, the Gators (29-2) scored eight times in the bottom of the sixth inning to pick up a nonconference win.
Emily Sulikowski finished 3 for 4 with a homer, a double, four RBIs and two runs scored. Christina Toniolo had two hits, including a double, and two RBIs. Brooke Kuffel scored twice and drove in a pair, and Kyra Swartz had an RBI and scored twice.