Quarterfinals set for Wheaton Classic

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Pool play ended Wednesday night at the Wheaton Classic with only one major upset as Evanston, a top eight seed, lost twice to finish third in its pool at Wheaton North. The pool’s No. 2 seed, Lemont, beat the Wildkits 25-22, 17-25, 25-23 to advance to the quarterfinals at 1 p.m. Saturday at Wheaton Warrenville South. Lemont will play the tournament’s top seed.

The pairings for the championship Gold Flight in bracket order are:

Marist vs. Lemont

Hinsdale South vs. Libertyville

Sandburg vs. Naperville North

Benet vs. Naperville Central

Wednesday’s results

At Wheaton Warrenville South


Sandburg d. WW South 25-18,25-17; Sandburg d. Glenbrook South 25-13, 25-15; WW South d. Glenbrook South 25-15, 25-19


Benet d. Neuqua Valley 25-18, 25-17; Benet d. Downers Grove South 25-14, 25-17; DGS d. Neuqua Valley 25-11, 25-22


Naperville North d. Rosary 25-14, 20-25, 25-16; Naperville North d. Plainfield Central 25-18, 25-16; Rosary d. Plainfield Central 19-25, 25-18, 25-18


Naperville Central d. St. Charles North 25-22, 20-25, 25-23; Naperville Central d. Plainfield North 25-16, 25-20; St. Charles North d. Plainfield North 25-21, 13-25, 25-22

At Wheaton North


Libertyville d. Hinsdale Central 25-12, 25-18; Libertyville d. Wheaton North 25-16, 25-13; Wheaaton North d. Hinsdale Central 26-24, 25-19


Marist d. Waubonsie Valley 25-21, 25-19; Marist d. Oak Park-River Forest 25-13, 25-18; Waubonsie Valley d. OPRF 25- 20, 25-13


Hinsdale South d. Prairie Ridge 25-20, 25-12; Hinsdale South d. Downers Grove North 25-12, 25-18; Prairie Ridge d. DGN 25-16, 25-19


Lemont d. Evanston 25-22, 17-25, 25-23; Wheaton Academy d. Evanston 25-21, 26-24; Lemont d. Wheaton Academy 25-22, 25-19

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