Area roundup: October 17-18


Harvest Christian 3, St. Edward 2: Austin White came out with two goals and Raphael DeSouza with one in the Lions win over St. Edward in the regional championship. Antonio Nevarez had an assist, while Noah Fox made 12 saves after 80 minutes in goal.

Huntley 3, Grayslake North 0: Alessandro Vergara, Allan Barrientos and Angel Sanchez each scored a goal for Huntley.


Huntley: Jacob’s Ashley Kosy qualified for state, winning her first three matches at the Huntley sectional before falling to Woodstock’s Ana Fedmasu 6-2, 6-1 in the title match. Hampshire’s Hannah Hougland also qualified and finished fourth. Jacob’s doubles team of Morgan Vachio Sara Elliot defeated Prairie Ridge’s Morgan Riddell and Jenna VanBosch in a default decision in the third place match.

St. Charles East: Geneva won the St. Charles East sectional, scoring 21 points and qualifying two players for state. Kirby Einck defeated Kaneland’s Samantha Schrepferman 6-3, 6-0 for the singles title, while Grace Krueger finished third in singles with a 6-4, 6-4 win over Lake Park’s Gina Odisho. Kaneland finished in second with 20 points, and their doubles team of Angelica Emmanouil and Madison Jurcenko won the title, topping St. Charles North’s Lianne Anderson and Emma Spellman 6-0, 6-0. St. Charles North’s Morgan Rerko and Brittany Rohrsen finished fourth in doubles to make the state cut.

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