High school sports roundup for Saturday, Oct. 26

Jason Miller and Roland Dearborn scored goals in regulation and Dundee-Crown defeated Streamwood, 3-2 (4-3 PKs), on Saturday in the IHSA Class 3A Dundee-Crown Regional championship game.

All four combined goals in regulation were scored in the second half. Juan Pacheco assisted Miller's goal. Dearborn scored unassisted. D-C goalkeeper Venancio Mejia made five saves.

The Chargers (13-9-1) won the penalty kick shootout, 4-3, to take home the regional title. They advance to face Huntley at 6 p.m. Wednesday in the Class 3A DeKalb Sectional semifinals.

Streamwood 1, Hampshire 0: At the Class 2A Hampshire Regional, the Whip-Purs lost a rain-shorted regional championship game. The contest was called a final due to field conditions with 27:50 remaining on the clock.

“It doesn’t feel good,” Whip-Purs coach Richard Schuster said. “We worked hard all year and then you lose when there’s 27 minutes left on the clock. There’s something wrong with that. It shouldn’t be that way.”

The game was marred by cold and wet conditions. The players were slipping and sliding all game.

Sycamore’s Miles Guiborat scored the game’s only goal with 5:31 remaining in the first half.

“They worked hard,” Schuster said. “These are the rules. Sometimes the rules don’t go your way. You played hard and you did what you could.”

Hampshire (14-10-2) was trying to win its third regional title in four years.


Class 3A Palatine Regional: At Deer Grove Forest Preserve, McHenry, Cary-Grove and Jacobs took the fourth through sixth team spots to advance to next week’s Hoffman Estates Sectional at Busse Woods.

McHenry put its seven runners in the top 31 and finished with 83 points. Lake Zurich (36) won, followed by Barrington (76) and Palatine (80). Ian Knebl (ninth), Carlos Montes (12th), Caleb Schopen (18th), Enrique Robles (21st) and Jessi Garcia (23rd) were McHenry’s scoring runners.

Cary-Grove’s Maxum Caesar took fourth in 15:21 and led the Trojans, with 162 points, to a sectional berth. Sophomore Ian Barnes was seventh.

Jacobs (176) edged Grant by two points for the final team berth, led by Peter Tomson (30th), Connor Maloney (33rd) and Daniel Sanders (35th).

Class 3A Hononegah Regional: At Barwood Park in Rockton, Huntley’s Ian Geisler finished in 15:28 to win the individual title by 21 seconds and lead the Red Raiders to second place.

DeKalb won with 35 points, Huntley finished with 37. The Raiders had Charlie Kucz in seventh, Thomas Patel in eighth, Ryan Besch in 10th and Jimmy Ozzauto in 11th.

Huntley will run at the St. Charles East Sectional next week at Leroy Oakes Forest Preserve.

Class 2A Kaneland Regional: At Maple Park, Marengo’s Luke Chaffin was seventh and Crystal Lake Central’s Austin May was 10th to lead the Tigers to a qualifying spot in fifth place.

Central (122) and Hampshire (132) took the last two team berths leaving Crystal Lake South out, but the Gators had Matt Brown (14th), Alex Picchi (17th) and Chris Davis (20th) as individual qualifiers.

Sophomore Aidan Gonzalez took 16th to lead Hampshire to a team berth.

Class 2A Lakes Regional: At Lake Villa, Marian Central’s Peter Walsdorf took second and Ryan Jones was fourth as the Hurricanes qualified for next week’s Belvidere Sectional in fifth place.

Woodstock’s Jack Hansen (seventh), Aiden Schleutermann (11th) and Dylan Hanson (13th) led the Blue Streaks to second place and a qualifying spot.

Woodstock North’s Frank Dudzik (10th), Harvard’s Steven Austin (19th) and Richmond-Burton’s Ethan Luedke (22nd) qualified as individuals.

Class 1A Winnebago Regional: At Fuller Forest Preserve, Ethan Berthoud (13th), Andrew Ardon (17th) and Jackson Batt (21st) led the Skyhawks to fourth place with 114 points and a team berth in next week’s Oregon Sectional.


Class 3A Hononegah Regional: At Barwood Park in Rockton, Huntley freshman Molly Allen beat teammate Bailey Wilk by 4 seconds for first place and the Raiders took the team title with 22 points.

Breanna Burak was sixth, Genevieve Collatz was 11th and Brittney Burak was 22nd for the Raiders, although their team numbers were lower because some runners were competig only as individuals.

Huntley will run at the St. Charles East Sectional next week at Leroy Oakes Forest Preserve.

Class 3A Palatine Regional: At Deer Grove East Forest Preserve, Delaney Blohm (ninth), Morgan Dieschbourg (12th) and Maggie Mason (13th) led Cary-Grove to third place with 96 points and qualified for next week’s Hoffman Estates Sectional at Busse Woods.

McHenry’s Lydia Zancho took eighth and qualified individually. Dundee-Crown’s Kaylee Brodie (21st) and McHenry’s Alyssa Moore (33rd) also advanced.

Jacobs (148) took sixth place to advance. Elisabeth Kania (22nd) and Aly Doherty (24th) led the Golden Eagles.

Class 2A Kaneland Regional: At Maple Park, Crystal Lake South senior Mackenzie Aldridge edged out freshman teammate Bella Gonzalez by one-tenth of a second for first place.

Prairie RIdge (47) won the team title, four points ahead of South. Crystal Lake Central (92) also advanced to next week’s Belvidere Sectional in fourth place.

Prairie Ridge’s Colette Janik took third, Rylee Lydon was sixth and Rachel Soukup was eighth. The Wolves took third in the Class 2A State Meet last year, although six of their seven runners are freshmen or sophomores. Only senior Alaura Busch and sophomore Allie Klauser ran on last year’s team.

Addie Frisch was seventh for South.

Central was led by Kylie Smith in fourth, Annette Ferrero in 10th and Nadia Sardjev in 14th.

Hampshire’s Stella Oury (22nd), Lindsey Baron (38th) and Cortney Kriens (40th) advanced as individuals.

Class 2A Lakes Regional: At Lake Villa, Marian Central’s Siobhan Stoll finished third and teammate Caroline Binotti was 12th to advance as individuals to next week’s Belvidere Sectional.

The five individual qualifiers were all area runners. Woodstock North’s Abby Hartmann (20th) and Hannah Pittman (26th) and Woodstock’s Shannon Koscinski (22nd) were the other individuals.

Richmond-Burton took sixth as a team with 140 points, led by Catherine Miller (21st) and Amanda Allport (23rd).

Class 1A Winnebago Regional: At Fuller Forest Preserve, Sam Schmitt was 16th and Morgan Klos was 18th to lead Johnsburg to fifth place with 132 points and a spot in next week’s Oregon Sectional.


Jean Field Invite at IC Catholic: At Elmhurst, Johnsburg went 2-3 for the tournament. The Skyhawks defeated St. Laurence and Bishop McNamara and lost to Bishop McNamara, Moline and IC Catholic.

In a loss to Bishop McNamara, 25-23, 25-19, Sheridan Milewski had five kills and one block. Makayla Huff had six assists and two aces.

The Skyhawks lost to Moline, 25-11, 25-22, and Rayna Wilkinson had seven digs, while Karley Nelson had six digs, 11 assists, two kills and an ace.

IC Catholic topped Johnsburg, 25-17, 25-9. Hayley Schmidt had five digs and Kate Linkletter added four for Johnsburg.

The Skyhawks’ win over St. Laurence, 25-23, 25-20, featured Huff with 11 assists and six kills, Schmidt with six kills and Linkletter with six digs.

Johnsburg won a three-set match with Bishop McNamara, 25-20, 21-25, 17-15, in which Shannon Flynn had six digs and four kills. Huff added four kills, six digs and five assists.

Lake Park Tournament: At Roselle, Dundee-Crown won its two matches on Saturday to finish the weekend 3-2. On Saturday, D-C (12-22) defeated Bartlett, 25-20, 25-16, and Warren, 25-16, 25-14.

On the day, Natalia Smiech had 15 kills and eight digs. MacKenzie Field and Makena Wesol each had 13 kills. Field also had five blocks.

Jenna Brown led the way with 36 assists and 20 digs. Mia Seaton had 18 digs and three aces. Tealyn Kamp added five aces.

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