Wednesday’s scores

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BOYS SOCCER

Argo 3, Reavis 3

Argo (7-7-2): Matt Warciak, Mark Sulamc, Marco Soto goal each; Reavis (13-6-1): Ulysses Alcantara, Oscar Ramirez, Slawomir Chrobak goal each

Bremen 4, Tinley Park 0

Bremen (17-4-1, 10-1 South Suburban Blue): Christian Lagunas 2 goals

Burlington Central 4, Harvest Christian 0

Burlington Central (19-2): Paolo Sespene, Sean Fitzgerald, Matt O’Connor, Brett Rau goal each

Huntley 3, Grayslake North 0

Huntley (19-2-1, 5-1 Fox Valley): Eduardo Hernandez 2 goals; Niko Mihalopoulos goal; Austen Emery 5 saves

Lake Forest 4, Lake Forest Academy 1

Lincoln-Way Central 1, Bolingbrook 0

Lincoln-Way Central (8-9-4): J.T. Schmitt goal; Jacob Lysik assist; Isaac Hopper shutout

Lincoln-Way North 1, Stagg 0

Lincoln-Way North (5-13-1): Ramzi Ihmud goal; Osvaldo Salazar assist; Niko Mavrogiannis shutout

Metea Valley 3, St. Charles East 1

Sandburg 2, Thornton Co-op 0

Sandburg (13-6): Mike Staunton, John Manthey goal each

CLASS 1A REGIONAL SEMIFINALS

GENOA-KINGSTON

Genoa-Kingston 3, Westminster Christian 1

Genoa-Kingston (13-6-1): Erik Tomlinson goal, assist

GORDON TECH

Gordon Tech 2, St. Benedict 1

HERSCHER

Herscher 6, Bishop McNamara 1

MORGAN PARK ACADEMY

St. Francis de Sales 1, Pullman 0, forfeit

PARKER

Parker 9, Alcott 0

ST. EDWARD

Aurora Central 5, Elgin Academy 1

Aurora Central: David Petesch 2 goals

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Andrew d. Lincoln-Way West 22-25, 25-16, 25-23

Andrew (6-16, 3-2 SouthWest Suburban Red): Kaileen Herman 36 assists; Lauren Durkin 11 kills, 6 digs; Lexi Pranckus 9 kills, 10 digs

Immaculate Conception d. Rosary 25-14, 21-25, 25-20

Immaculate Conception (21-6, 5-3 Suburban Christian Blue): Rory Manion 17 kills, 16 digs; Delaney D’Amore 11 kills, 23 digs

Lakes d. Wauconda 25-17, 25-12

Lakes: Megan Behrendt 10 kills, McKenna Lahr 7 kills; Maddie Demo 20 assists

Libertyville d. Warren 25-15, 27-25

Libertyville (15-9): Kate Jarecki 9 kills; Cassie Ostmeyer 3 aces, 9 assists

Leyden d. Elmwood Park 25-19, 25-14

Lyons d. Willowbrook 25-16, 25-10

Lyons (12-11): Cori Hansen 9 kills; Celine Jones, Alex Hojnar 5 kills each; Ariah Palter 15 assists

Maine East d. Maine West 25-19, 25-16

Maine East (14-8, 4-4 Central Suburban League): Sarah Hua-Pham 19 assists; Hannah Farley 7 kills, 8 digs; Miranda Duro 10 digs

Montini d. St. Edward 25-12, 25-17

Montini (26-3): Natalie Lopez 7 kills; Bridget Lucas 13 digs

Mother McAuley d. Trinity 25-6, 25-11

Mother McAuley (27-2, 12-0 GCAC Red): Kelsey Clark 9 kills; Clarie Martin 4 digs; Courtney Joyce, 3 digs, 15 assists; Jenny Phelan 6 digs

Niles North d. Deerfield 25-9, 25-17

Niles North (22-11 6-2 Central Suburban North): Taylor Louis 12 kills; Amanda Green 11 kills

St. Francis d. Marian Central 25-19, 28-26

Sandburg d. Joliet West 25-7, 25-11

Sandburg (21-7, 5-0 SouthWest Suburban Blue): Katie Makina 20 assists, 4 kills; Meghan Hutchinson 5 kills

Stagg d. Bolingbrook 25-19, 21-25, 25-20

Stagg (12-16, 1-4 SouthWest Suburban Blue): Lexi Mantas 14 kills, 8 dig; Hannah Yandel 18 assists; Hannah Henderson 11 digs

Stevenson d. Mundelein 26-24, 25-18

Stevenson (22-6, 4-2 North Suburban Lake): Khaila Donaldson 8 kills; Alexa Bykowski 16 assists

Vernon Hills d. Round Lake 25-14, 22-25, 25-18

Vernon Hills (6-22, 3-2 North Suburban Prairie): Val Barybina 11 kills; Tori Smith 20 assists

Wheaton Academy d. Aurora Christian 21-25, 25-10, 25-23

PUBLIC LEAGUE PLAYOFFS

Semifinals

Young d. Payton 25-23, 15-25, 25-16

Brooks d. Kennedy 25-21, 20-25, 25-17

FRIDAY’S GAME

PUBLIC LEAGUE PLAYOFFS

at Hyde Park

Young vs. Brooks, 6, title

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