Woodstock North took control in the fourth quarter of a close game to beat Harvest Christian, 49-39, in a nonconference boys basketball game on Thursday in Woodstock.
The Thunder led, 33-31, heading into the fourth quarter and outscored the Lions, 16-8, in that quarter. Ryan Schaffter scored four of his game-high 19 points in the fourth quarter and Elijah Pena added a 3-pointer.
Schaffter scored 13 in the first half on four 3s, one of which he converted for a 4-point play. Cole Brey added seven points and Matt Fallaw scored six for the Thunder (4-5).
Alden-Hebron 46, Christian Liberty 36: At Hebron, Abby Wanderer scored 18 points to lead the Giants (9-2, 2-0) past the Chargers in their Northeastern Athletic Conference game.
Rachel Pahl added 10 points, Taylor Horton scored eight points, and Eden Wanderer scored six for A-H. The Giants led, 23-21, at halftime, but stretched that lead to 36-27 at the end of the third quarter.
Prairie Ridge 50, Harvard 27: At Harvard, the Wolves picked up six pins as they defeated the Hornets in their nonconference dual victory.
Jace Sparks (120), Jacob Sinchak (145), Tommy Evans (170), Kyle Koelblinger (182), Calvin Pesina (220) and Riley Smith (285) all won by pins for the Wolves. Josh Crandall (195) and Trey Piotrowski (138) also won by decisions.
Harvard got pins from Bryce Fiegel (106), Uriel Herrera (113), Sebastian Esquivel (126) and Brett Lovell (132), and also picked up a win by decision from Jennah Brooker (152).
Marengo 41, Woodstock 27: At Marengo, the Indians picked up pins from Logan Reed (120), Jake Doyle (132) and Landon Oine (220) in their Kishwaukee River Conference dual victory over the Blue Streaks.
Joe Resendez (113), Cameron Miller (138), Stan Dawiec (160), Sebastian Palka (170) and Mason Feldt (285) also had wins for Marengo.
McHenry 2,990, Elgin 2,543: At Elgin, Dalton Atwater finished with a 268 game to round out his 655 series as the Warriors beat the Maroons.
Atwater rolled games of 198 and 189 before his big game. Jacob McLean had a 531 series with two games higher than 180, and Drew Lichter had a 188 game in his 493 series.