Huntley's Ella Young swam to two first-place finishes to lead the Red Raiders to a 77-51 win against McHenry in their Fox Valley Conference girls swimming dual Monday in McHenry.
Young won the 100-yard butterfly in 1:03.57 and 200 individual medley in 2:21.23 as the Raiders, last year's conference champion, moved to 4-0 in the FVC. Huntley's Ashley Garrard won the 50 free (27.67), and Raquel Salinas won the 100 breaststroke (1:16.04).
McHenry's Melisa Nava had three individual wins, finishing first in the 100 free (57.74), 200 free (2:04.81) and 100 backstroke (1:03.30). Victoria Sadowski added a win in the 500 free (5:49.56) for the Warriors.
Woodstock North 4, Wauconda 3: At Wauconda, the Thunder got past the Bulldogs in a nonconference dual, improving to 3-0 and extending their regular-season winning streak to 24 dual meets. Monday's dual was played in a two-singles and five-doubles format.
Sophia Ferru (No. 1) and Anika Treadway (No. 2) both won their singles matches for North. Elle Lagerstrom and Mariam Syed (No. 4) and Ariel Pierce and Hailey O'Brien (No. 5) won at doubles.
Crystal Lake Central 7, Hampshire 0: At Hampshire, Ellie McGinnis (No. 1), Natalia Piekunko (No. 2) and Katie Hopkins (No. 3) won their singles matches in straight sets for the Tigers in an FVC dual win over the Whips.
Haley Benard and Emma Grindstaff (No. 1), Olivia Johnson and Megan Rapisarda (No. 2), Ellyse Cruz and Lexi Holtkamp (No. 3) and Anika Richard and Ally Holtkamp (No. 4) won in straight sets at doubles to secure the sweep for Central (3-2, 3-2 FVC).
Huntley 6, Prairie Ridge 1: At Huntley, Ruhi Gulati won, 6-0, 6-0, at No. 1 singles for the Red Raiders in the FVC dual win over the Wolves. Elaina Hibbeler picked up a win at No. 2 singles.
Kylie Phommasack and Michelle Barnvos (No. 1), Talia Duffy and Dyllan Cash (No. 2), Kareena Patel and Michelle Chan (No. 3), and Ela Hontanosas and Aera Chong (No. 4) each got wins at doubles for Huntley (8-1, 4-1).
Lillian Manley won, 7-5, 6-0, at No. 3 singles for Prairie Ridge.
Johnsburg 5, Woodstock 2: At Johnsburg, Gracie Cittadino won, 6-0, 6-0, at No. 1 singles for the Skyhawks in a Kishwaukee River Conference dual victory against the Blue Streaks. Jilly Popovich (No. 2) and Amber Conant (No. 3) won in straight sets in their singles matches for the Skyhawks.
Jade Schwichow and Jessica Meyer (No. 1) and Chandler Mendlik and Jennifer Bennett (No. 2) had wins at doubles for Johnsburg.
Chase Simonton and Emily Esparza (No. 3) and Reese Freund and Madison Kentgen (No. 4) picked up wins at doubles for Woodstock.
Cary-Grove 5, McHenry 2: At Cary, Kate Larry and Katie Jannusch (No. 1), Mary Greenwald and Chloe Sorensen (No. 2), Nicoleta Carpatiuc and Lexie Soltis (No. 3) and Brooke Iverson and Kim Klawitter (No. 4) all won their doubles matches for the Trojans in an FVC dual victory against the Warriors.
Annabella Gaffaney added a 6-3, 6-2 win at No. 2 singles for C-G (5-0, 5-0).
For McHenry, Adele Hutton won, 3-6, 6-4, 10-6, at No. 1 singles, and Lani Cox won at No. 3 singles.
Huntley 174, Jacobs 210: At Pinecrest in Huntley, Molly Baker and Nina Shaffer both shot 43s as the Red Raiders stayed undefeated in the FVC at 6-0. Lorelei Oomens and Victoria Hassels each had a 44 for Huntley.
Jordan Miller led the Eagles with a 45, followed by Autumn Kovach (54), Lana Tousey (55) and Brooklyn Krahl (56).
Prairie Ridge 213, Hampshire 231: At Chalet Hills in Cary, Elizabeth Tucker carded a 45 in the Wolves' FVC dual win over the Whip-Purs. Ellie King had a 48, Heather Mead had a 59, and Ella Olas added a 61 for Prairie Ridge.
Lily Farnam had a 55 for Hampshire, followed by Maisie McNamee (56), Julia Bachta (58) and Hannah Musiak (62).
Crystal Lake Central co-op 209, Dundee-Crown 234: At Bonnie Dundee in Carpentersville, Renata Petersen, last year's FVC overall points champion, earned medalist honors with a 39 in the Tigers' FVC dual win. Jo Greeley had a 49 for Central co-op, followed by Karolynn Maxwell (60) and Addison Cleary (61).
Magen Laas led D-C with a 54. Ashley McAtee had a 58, Arly Perez had a 60 and Sonora Rodriguez chipped in a 62.