Wednesday’s scores

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WEDNESDAY’S RESULTS

BOYS SOCCER

SECTIONAL SEMIFINALS

CLASS 3A

HUNTLEY

Larkin 2, Hononegah 0

Larkin (11-10-4): Hector Mendoza, Gonsalo Garcia goal each

SCHAUMBURG

Lake Park 2, Elk Grove 0

CLASS 2A

GRAYSLAKE NORTH

Antioch 3, Grayslake Central 2

Antioch: Danny Brito 2 goals; JR Lonergan goal

Vernon Hills 1, Marian Central 0

Vernon Hills: Ilya Kravtsev goal; Caleb Shaw assist

RIVERSIDE-BROOKFIELD

Kennedy 4, St. Joseph 2

Kennedy (16-3-5): Nico Williams 3 goals; Daniel Santos goal

Nazareth 3, Little Village 0

FIELD HOCKEY

State Quarterfinal

Loyola 2, Oak Park-River Forest 0

PERSONNEL MOVE

Guerin—Football coach Tony Pecoraro resigned and will become director of football operations.

TEAMS WANTED

Seton is seeking JV girls basketball teams for its Holiday tournament Jan. 3-4. For more information, contact Deon Tolliver at (708) 878-9491 or dtolliver@seton-academy.org.

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