Area Roundup: Sept. 23


Burlington Central 6, Richmond-Burton 0: Jack Schramme had a goal and two assists for Burlington Central.

Crystal Lake South 3, Jacobs 0: Eduardo Guimaray and Ethan Pickering had five saves apiece in the Eagles Fox Valley Conference loss.

Genoa-Kingston 5, Marengo 1: The Cogs got a, well, big Big Northern East win over Marengo. Erik Tomlinson got a hat trick. Bobby Nay made two assists. Genoa-Kingston is now 8-4-1 and 6-3 in the conference.

Harvest Christian 3, IMSA 0: Raphael DeSouza scored a goal and added an assist for the Lions win over IMSA. Austin White and Sergio Velazquez also scored.

St. Edward 7, Guerin 3: The Green Wave won against Metro Suburban East foe Guerin in a rout. Joe French scored two goals and got an assist, while Alec Uscila also scored twice.


Grayslake Central d. Hampshire 25-7, 15-25, 25-18: Brittany Laffin had 23 assists, five digs, two kills and two aces in Hampshire’s loss to Grayslake Central. Erin Foss also contributed with six kills and six digs, while Olivia Magnussen gained seven kills.

Harvest Christian d. Alden Hebron 25- 18, 25-10: The Lions moved to 6-5 overall and 3-0 in the Northeastern Athletic behind Amanda Cassidy’s three aces, seven kills and three digs. Also for Harvest Christian, Mikayla Robinson had five kills and two blocks, and Shayna Manusos recorded 21 digs and four aces.

Rockford Christian d. Westminster 25-18, 30-28: Emma Kovachevich had four kills, nine assists and nine digs for the Warriors in their Northeastern Athletic loss to Rockford Christian. Westminster drops to 2-3 in the conference and 4-7-1 overall.

Rosary d. St. Edward 25-16, 24-26, 25-16: The Green Wave dropped to 10-4 after a loss to Rosary. Dominique Washington led St. Edward with eight kills, seven digs and three assists. Megan Barth had five aces.


Hampshire 174, Woodstock 189: Jake Tuttle won medalist, shooting a 39 to help lead the Whip-Purs to a Fox Valley-Fox win over Woodstock at Oak Club.


St. Charles North 167, Glenbard East 193: Gianna Furrie dominated, shooting a 34 to lead the North Stars to a win over Glenbard East at Pottowatomie. Kate Lillie shot a 39, and Gabi Spinazze scored a 43.

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