PREP NOTES

Girls tennis

Stevenson 7, Zion-Benton 0: The Patriots did not lose a game in either singles or doubles. There was no No. 1 singles match. Stevenson has now won 14 straight dual meets this fall.

Girls golf

Carmel 159, Fenwick 188: Carmel’s 8-1 on the season. Kayla Ryan (40), Evan Savocich (41), Natalie Linquist (42) and Erin Kehoe (46) scored for the Corsairs.

Lake Forest 185, Lake Zurich 205: McKenna Shea shot 44 to lead the Scouts in this North Suburban Conference Lake Division match. Aime Mattera shot 43 for Lake Zurich.

Girls volleyball

Warren def. Lake Forest 25-20, 25-11: The Blue Devils are 15-5 overall and 3-1 in the North Suburban Conference Lake Division. Leading Warren were Lauren Frericks (3 aces, 4 kills, 11 assists, 9 digs), Lindsey Biedron (2 aces, 4 kills, 8 digs), Jenna Walczak (7 kills, 5 digs) and Kim Hengesh (3 kills, 2 blocks, 4 digs). Lake Forest (7-11, 2-2) next plays on Monday against New Trier.

Wauconda def. Grant: In a battle of Bulldogs, Wauconda prevailed 25-10, 25-21 in a North Suburban Prairie match. For Grant, Kylie Mueller had four kills, Lexi Gerdes three kills, and Sienna Kallner seven digs.

Grayslake Central def. Vernon Hills: The Rams beat the Cougars 25-18, 22-25, 25-20 in a nonconference match.

Grayslake North def. Grant: The Knights beat Grant 27-25, 25-16 in a nonconference match.

Boys golf

Johnsburg 178, Grant 200: Jake Doherty and Colin Wotring shot 42 for the winners at Fox Lake Country Club. Matt Burkart had 46 for Grant.

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