Area Roundup: Sept. 16


Dundee-Crown 8, Woodstock 0: Jeremy Jereckyj scored two goals and made three assists as the Chargers routed Woodstock. Brian Guerrero added two goals and Jose Gonzalez made five saves.

Harvest Christian 2, Christian Liberty 1: Alessandro De’Argento and Antonio Nevarez each netted a goal for Harvest Christian. Noah Fox added three saves for the Lions.


Crystal Lake Central d. Hampshire 25-22, 25-19: Crystal Lake Central was too much for Hampshire beating them in two matches. However, Hampshire’s Erin Foss hit double digits in kills with 10 in addition to her six digs. Lauren Poremba also contributed for Hampshire, with four kills and three digs.

Elgin Academy d. North Shore Country Day 25-14, 25-20: Elgin Academy picked up its first Northeastern Athletic win. The Hilltoppers were led by Alysson Wittmeyer’s four kills and Jessica Martinez’s 12 assist and five aces. Sophie Shapiro added 11 digs.

Larkin d. Streamwood 25-10, 25-12: Amelia Gill’s five kills and three digs led Larkin to a win in its homecoming game. Also Natalie Kofie had 13 assists and Danielle Newqui had five digs for the Royals, who improved to 7-11.

St. Edward d. Fenton 23-25, 25-16, 25-12: St. Edward beat Fenton in three matches. Stat leaders for the game included Dominique Washington with eight kills, two digs and three assists; Alyssa Saunders with five digs and a kill; and Casey Gredzieleski with nine assists, two kills, two digs and two aces.


Huntley 167, Hampshire 176: Huntley’s Trent Craig shot a 40 to win medalist in the Red Raiders victory.

Naperville Central 157, Lake Park 163: Medalist Scott Dunshire shot a 34 to lead Naperville Central toward a win.

St. Edward 169, Fenton 175: St. Edward took the win over Fenton as Michael Mattas shot a 37 to gain medalist.

Reed-Custer 216, Plano 199: The Reapers fell short in their meet against Reed-Custer. Top scores included Issy Mendez and Joe Secor with 50; Anthony Marinez with 57; and Tim McTighe with 59. The Reapers will compete again tomorrow night at home against Lisle and Peotone.


Huntley 4, Woodstock North 3: It was a close one for Huntley, but they beat Woodstock North by one match. The singles matches were tough for Huntley as they fell short for all. Yet, they dominated every doubles match winning all four. Rebecca Fishman and Emma Breen took down Sara Keesee and Anna Gabrielson in the No. 1 doubles, 6-0, 6-1.

St. Charles North 5, West Chicago 2: St. Charles North gained a victory against West Chicago, giving up just two matches. Julia Nickolson was unable to pull off a win for the Stars against Stephania Kapetaneas losing 2-6, 0-6 in the No. 1 singles. However, Brittany Rohrsen and Morgan Rerko gave St. Charles North a strong victory against Alexis Vazquez and Edith Munoz, 6-2, 6-0.

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