Monday’s results

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Scores and highlights from Monday’s high school sports action.

BOYS SOCCER

Bartlett 7, Nazareth 0

Bartlett (4-10): Marcus Singleton 2 goals; Andrew Gott goal, 2 assists

Hinsdale South 3, Oswego 1

Illinois Lutheran 3, Tinley Park 0

New Trier 4, Lakes 0

New Trier (14-3-2): Duncan Gill 2 goals, Steven Childs 2 assists

Northridge 2, North Shore 2, OT

Northridge (6-5-6): Connor Mongoven goal; Kyle James 2 assists

Providence 2, Minooka 0

Providence (8-9-2): Justin Alberico, Joe Connolly goal each; Matteo Frangella 7 saves

Proviso East 6, Parker 0

Proviso East (4-5-4): Roberto Meza 5 goals

Reed-Custer 2, Clifton Central 2

Reed-Custer (3-11-2): Matt Lebeda goal, assist

Richards 7, Rich East 0

Richards (5-8): Jerry Patino 3 goals, 3 assists; Hussain Sadeq 2 goals

Somonauk 5, Indian Creek 0

Somonauk (18-1): John Johnson 2 goals, assist

Warren 6, Indian Trail 1

WAUBONSIE VALLEY

Lemont 2, Metea Valley 1

Lemont (12-2-3): Teodor Trifunovski, Eric Whatley goal each; Connor Koehler 6 saves

PUBLIC LEAGUE PLAYOFFS

Kelly 4, Carver 2

Kelly (12-4-1): Martin Villegas 2 goals; Alejandro Cervantes goal, 2 assists

Lane 7, Lincoln Park 0

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Conant d. Westminster Christian 25-6, 25-17

Geneva d. Waubonsie Valley 25-20, 24-26, 25-23

Grayslake Central d. Grayslake North 25-16, 23-25, 25-23

Hinsdale Central d. St. Ignatius 17-25, 25-20, 25-23

Hinsdale Central (16-4): Lauren Fuller 13 kills; Regan Serwat 6 kills; Brooke Istvan 18 assists

Jacobs d. Warren 25-18, 25-16

Jacobs: Bridget Wallenberger 9 kills; Paige Queffelec 21 assists

Lakes d. Highland Park 25-8, 25-18

Lakes (23-4): Izzy Huntington 7 kills, 5 digs; McKenna Lahr 5 kills, 8 digs

LaMoille d. Somonauk 25-18, 25-19

Libertyville d. Zion-Benton 25-12 25-12

Libertyville (21-4, 4-0 North Suburban Lake): Sinead Prentiss 6 assists; Annika Hawkinson 3 kills

Marquette d. Wilmington 29-27, 25-19

Marquette (10-11): Hailey Huml 4 kills, 7 digs; Madeline McDonnell 8 assists, 2 kills, 7 digs

Palatine d. Stevenson 25-20, 13-25, 25-22

St. Francis d. Aurora Christian 25-14, 25-12

Yorkville d. Plainfield East 23-25, 25-10, 25-20

Yorkville (24-1): Jordan Albarran 7 kills, 2 aces; Haley Koziol 6 kills

GIRLS TENNIS

Argo 4, Morton 3

Cary Grove 7, Huntley 0

Geneva 7, West Chicago 0

Glenbard East 7, Bartlett 0

Homewood-Flossmoor 7, Bolingbrook 0

Illiana Christian 4, Elmwood Park 1

Libertyville 7, Zion-Benton 0

Lincoln-Way East 5, Bradley-Bourbonnais 2

Lockport 6, Plainfield Central 1

St. Charles North 6, Streamwood 1

Stevenson 7, New Trier 0

Tinley Park 3, Lemont 2

Wheaton Academy 4, Aurora Central 1

Woodstock North 7, Crystal Lake South 0

GIRLS GOLF

Plano 214, Indian Creek 217

M: Rylie Loux, Plano, 42

LAKE PARK

Hersey 191, Conant 200, Elk Grove 208, Lake Park 231

M: Carly Bryeans, Conant; Megan Kopeny, Hersey, 45 each

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

LAKE FOREST

Grant 23, Lake Forest 34

Libertyville 25, Grant 36

Libertyville 15, Lake Forest 50

VERNON HILLS

Antioch 22, Lakes 32

Vernon Hills 18, Antioch 43

Vernon Hills 15, Lakes 48

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

LAKE FOREST

Lake Forest 21, Grant 40

Lake Forest 25, Libertyville 33

Libertyville 26, Grant 36

VERNON HILLS

Lakes 17, Antioch 46

Vernon Hills 17, Antioch 46

Vernon Hills 26, Lakes 31

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