High school sports roundup for Wednesday, Sept. 16

Marian Central's Lauren McNulty shot an even-par 35 on Wednesday at Boone Creek in Bull Valley to lead the Hurricanes past Nazareth, 186-207, in an East Suburban Catholic Conference girls golf dual meet.

Ella Notaro shot 45, Ava Notaro shot a 48 and Ingrid Reyes added a 58 for Marian.

Lydia Breslow led the Roadrunners with a 47.

McHenry 206, Dundee-Crown 229: At Boone Creek in Bull Valley, Aubree Lundin led the Warriors to an FVC win with a 47.

Ashley Wachter added a 52, Madison Donovan shot a 53 and Gracie Gasmann and Brooke Schubert each had 54s for McHenry.

Sonora Rodriguez led the Chargers with a 53, and Magen Laas added a 55.

Huntley 181, Crystal Lake Central co-op 210: At RedTail in Lakewood, the Tigers’ Renata Petersen shot a 1-under 35 for top honors in Central’s FVC loss to the Red Raiders.

Nina Shaffer led Huntley with a 41, Lorelei Oomens added a 44, Molly Baker shot a 47 and Victoria Hassels and Kendall Krich each shot 49s.

Prairie Ridge 204, Jacobs 208: At Randall Oaks in West Dundee, the Golden Eagles’ Jordan Miller took low honors with a 41 in their FVC loss to the Wolves.

Elizabeth Tucker led Prairie Ridge with a 44, Ellie King shot a 48, and Anna Berry and Heather Mead each shot a 56.

Autumn Kovach had a 54, Lana Tousey had a 56 and Brooklyn Krahl shot a 57 for Jacobs.

Johnsburg 196, Harvard 199: At Boone Creek in McHenry, Ellie Johnson fired a 41 to lead the Skyhawks past the Hornets, the defending KRC champion.

Gracie Berthoud shot 48 for Johnsburg, while Riley Klotz shot 52 and Hailey Bullamore had a 53.

Richmond-Burton 238, Marengo 265: At Nippersink, in Genoa City, Wisconsin, Alaina Robinson shot a 50 for low round to lead the Rockets past the Indians in their Kishwaukee River Conference dual.

Sierra Simicek added a 60, Makenna Donohoe had a 61, and Megan Miltimore and Sammi Binkley each shot a 67 for R-B.

Cadance Leucht led the Indians with a 60.


Huntley 7, Dundee-Crown 0: At Huntley, Ruhi Gulati (No. 1), Elaina Hibbeler (No. 2) and Alessandra Rivera (No. 3) won at singles as the Red Raiders (10-1 overall, 6-1 FVC) defeated the Chargers in their FVC dual meet.

Michelle Barnvos And Kylie Phommasack (No. 1), Talia Duffy and Dyllan Cash (No. 2), Kareena Patel and Michelle Chan (No. 3) and Ela Hontanosas and Aera Chong (No. 4) won in doubles.

Hampshire 5, McHenry 2: At McHenry, Anika Patel won at No. 1 singles to lead the Whip-Purs past the Warriors in FVC play.

Karolina Ryzka and May Kimura won at No. 1 doubles for Hampshire, which swept the doubles matches. Taylor Sweet and Lauren Marckini (No. 2), Alessandra Valladares and Julianna Ernst (No. 3) and Evelyn Renaldi and Sophia Geraci (No. 4) were the other doubles winners.

Katrina Neufeld won at No. 2 singles, and Lani Cox won at No. 3 singles for McHenry’s wins.

Grayslake North 5, Johnsburg 1: At Johnsburg, Gracie Cittadino and Jilly Popovich won their No. 2 doubles match 6-1, 6-0 for the Skyhawks’ lone victory in their dual loss to the Knights.


Prairie Ridge 150, McHenry 162: At Chalet Hills in Cary, the highest counting score for either team was a 42 as the Wolves won an FVC dual.

Charlie Pettrone and Levi Wagner tied for low round with 36s for Prairie Ridge. Eddie Winkelmann shot a 38, and Joe Pokonosky added a 40.

Sam Huff led the Warriors with a 39. Ethan Jensen (40), Williams Currie (41) and Brody Glauser (42) had McHenry’s other low scores.

Cary-Grove 175, Hampshire 189: At Foxford Hills in Cary, Tom Fornelli and Ryan Weaver shot 43s to lead the Trojans past the Whip-Purs in their FVC match.

Dylan Turner added a 44 and Eric Pietrzyk shot a 45 for C-G.

Hampshire was led by Brandon Kova’s 45. Payton Yee and Jake Laube shot 47s, and Connor McCre added a 50.

Marian Central 177, Johnsburg 196: At Crystal Woods in Woodstock, Dylan Yegge shot a 3-over 39 on the front nine to lead the Hurricanes to a win.

Owen Jager added a 43, Joseph Louise shot a 46 and Mason Schwalbach had a 49 for Marian.

Cody Clauson led the Skyhawks with a 42. Mike Preston (50), Mike Link (51) and Nick Thill (52) had Johnsburg’s other scores.


Cary-Grove 18, Burlington Central 44: At Burlington, Maggie Mason led the Trojans, who put six runners in the top seven for their FVC dual-meet victory Tuesday.

Mason won in 18:45.4, with teammate Delaney Blohm taking second in 19:34.4. Burlington’s Jocelyn Victoria was third, followed by C-G’s Morgan Dieschbourg, Jocelyn Onstot, Ada Saletnik and Abby Williams.

Marengo wins: At Indian Oaks in Marengo, Johnsburg’s Morgan Klos won the race, with teammates Ellie Bauer and Traci Bennett in third and fourth.

The Indians picked up the Kishwaukee River Conference dual victory since Johnsburg did not have a complete team.

Ruby Escorza was second for Marengo, and Savannah Swanson was fifth.


Burlington Central 26, Cary-Grove 29: At Burlington, the Trojans’ Ian Barnes held off the Rockets’ Robert Perry by almost three seconds for the victory in their FVC dual meet, but C-G lost.

Barnes’ winning time was 15:31.5, with Perry finishing in 15:34.3.

Burlington’s Yusuf Baig and Zac Schmidt were third and fourth. C-G had Dominic Garrard and James Grant in fifth and sixth.

Johnsburg 25, Marengo 37: At Indian Oaks in Marengo, Andrew Ardon won the race in 18:14 to lead the Skyhawks to the KRC dual win.

Johnsburg had Jackson Batt in third and Matt Bennett in sixth.

Marengo was led by Aaron Moehrlin in second, Preston Bailey in fourth and Marcus Ray in fifth.

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