Area Roundup: October 7


Bartlett 2, Glenbard East 0: Timmy Riordan and Andrew Gott goal each scored as Bartlett defeated Glenbard East in the Upstate Eight Valley to advance to 5-12 overall and 2-4 in conference.

Dundee-Crown 3, Huntley 2, PK: Dundee-Crown edged Huntley four to three in the penalty kick shootout for the Fox Valley-Valley win. Jeremy Jareckyj scored a goal and made an assist for the Chargers.

Hampshire 3, Woodstock 1: Jose Hernandez scored two goals and had an assist, all coming in the second half, as Hampshire (5-13-2, 2-3) beat Woodstock in the Fox Valley Fox.

Streamwood 3, Elgin 1: Alan Camarena led the team with all three goals, for 19 on the season, the the Sabres victory over the Maroons. Blerim Shoboni made an assist and Sergio Blanco made four saves in goal.


Dundee-Crown d. McHenry 25-17, 25-13: Kiana Mays finished with seven kills, four digs, and an ace for Dundee-Crown (13-7, 3-4 Fox Valley). Frankie Cavallaro recorded 18 assists.

Glenbard East d. South Elgin 22-25, 25-22, 25-19: Phoebe Duncan had eight kills and five digs in the Storm’s loss to Glenbard East. Sarah Murray had 12 digs while Kate Innis had six kills and eight digs. South Elgin drops to 9-9-1 overall and 2-4 in the Upstate Eight Valley conference.

Harvest Christian d. Rockford Christian 25-16, 25-10: Mikayla Robinson led Harvest Christian (14-10, 5-0) with seven kills and three blocks. Allie Frantz chipped in with four kills and three blocks while Shayna Manuosos tallied seven kills and three aces.


Class 2A Hampshire

Hampshire junior Nick Swierczynski fired a 3-over-par 75 at Marengo Ridge Tuesday and helped the Whip-Purs win the title at the Class 2A Marengo Regional.

The Whip-Purs had a 312 total with three players in the 70s. Myles Miller IV shot 77 and Drew Doran a 79. Jake Tuttle had the final Hampshire round with an 81.

The Whip-Purs edged Burlington Central for the title by two shots, and Genoa-Kingston finished third and also advanced to Monday’s Grayslake Central Sectional at Stonewall Orchard.

Central had a 75 from Austin Niesel and 78 from Jordan Souvigny. Andrew Sherman shot 80 and both Joe Sherman and Jacob Ledebuhr carded 81.

The Cogs were led by meet medalist Nick Adamczyk with a 1-under-par 71. They had a 331 total, including an 80 by Tommy Lucca, 83 by Nick Gargani and 97 from Kevin Hughes.

Class 2A at Vernon Hills

St. Edward’s Michael Mattas got red hot and breezed into next week’s Vernon Hills Sectional with a school record 4-under-par 68 and medalist honors Monday at White Deer Run in the Class 2A Vernon Hills Regional, while Green Wave teammate Jason Allen won a six-hole sudden death playoff for the final individual qualifying spot at sectonal.

Class 1A at Byron

Westminster Christian’s Andrew Howard shot an 80 and teammate Dillon Rejman an 85, while Elgin Academy’s Frankie Bisconti shot 83 as all advanced as individuals to Monday’s Seneca Sectional.


St. Xavier d. Judson 25-17, 25-22, 22-25, 25-23: Jennifer Donnell recorded 15 kills and Natalie Ricca added 38 assists in the loss for Judson.

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