Wednesday’s results

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BOYS SOCCER

Barrington 3, St. Charles North 2

— Barrington (3-1): Peyton Mohr, Shawn Owen, Austin Grzebieniak goal each

Beecher 4, Bishop McNamara 2

— Beecher (6-0): Bailey Schultz 2 goals

Bolingbrook 3, Romeoville 1

— Bolingbrook (5-0): Cristian Gutierrez, Luis Flores, Joshua Perakis goal each

Conant 2, Prospect 0

— Conant (3-0-2): Cezar Alfaro, Chase Hermanson goal each; Christian Hyde 5 saves

Elgin Academy 4, Libertyville 3

— Elgin Academy (2-0): Karl Rauschenberger, Elliott Whittmeyer goal, assist each

Elmwood Park 7, IMSA 0

— Elmwood Park (2-2): Konrad Malinowski 4 goals

Illinois Lutheran 7, Morgan Park Academy 0

— Illinois Lutheran (5-1): Nate Yazdani 2 goals; Cameron Borns 2 assists

Juarez 7, Garcia 0

Kelly 2, Maine South 1

Lyons 3, Niles West 1

— Lyons (4-1): Patrick Duncan 2 goals

McHenry 1, Proviso East 1

— McHenry (1-1-2): James Mulhall goal

Solorio 5, Mather 0

— Solorio (2-0-1): Luis Aceves 8 saves

Somonauk 6, Serena 2

— Somonauk (5-0): Josh Schmitt 2 goals

St. Francis 9, Joliet Catholic 0

Steinmetz 5, Elmwood Park 0

Streamwood 1, West Chicago 1

— Streamwood (4-1-1): Rafael Gil goal; Mike Delaney assist

WINDY CITY RAM CLASSIC

Reavis 3, Mount Carmel 2

— Reavis (2-2): Slawomir Chrobak 3 goals

BARRINGTON CLASSIC

Barrington 3, St. Charles North 2, Final

— Barrington (3-1): Peyton Mohr, Shawn Owen, Austin Grzebieniak goal each

Boylan 1, Marmion 0

Lake Zurich 3, Crystal Lake South 0

Warren 3, WW South 2

— Warren (2-1-3): Matt Russell goal, assist; Alex Fratila, Ivan Esquivel goal each

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Bartlett d. Hoffman Estates 25-23, 25-19

— Bartlett (2-1): Kelly Harris 3 kills; Amira Khan 8 assists; Andie Sobotka 4 digs

Bremen d. Rich Central 25-15, 25-10

— Bremen (2-2): Royale Williams 6 aces; Taylor Knistel 5 aces

Downers North (2-1) d. Lincoln-Way East 25-10, 28-26

— Downers North: Leah Rogoz 8 kills; Clare Delaplane 6 kills; Selene Ushela 8 digs

Eisenhower d. Thornwood 24-26, 25-23, 25-17

Glenbard South d. Batavia 25-17, 25-21

— Glenbard South (5-1): Kenzie Watterson 13 kills, 6 digs; Sydney Bauman 8 kills, 3 blocks; Alex LaPonte 21 assists

Highland Park d. Antioch 25-11, 14-25, 25-17

— Highland Park (4-3): Stella Stukoch 15 kills, 7 digs, 3 aces; Allison Pearlman 24 assists

Lakes d. Deerfield 25-15, 25-8

— Lakes: Izzy Huntington 5 kills, 2 aces; McKenna Lahr 8 kills, 4 digs; Maddie Demo 15 assists

Marian Catholic d. T.F. South 24-26, 25-18, 25-16

— Marian Catholic (3-4): Dana Zavesky 7 kills; Colette Scheffers 6 kills; Maddie Huekels 16 assists

Minooka d. Joliet Catholic 25-16, 25-23

— Minooka (2-0): Ginger Perinar 17 kills, 4 digs, 4 blocks; Kelly Clucas 24 assists

Montini d. Westmont 25-14, 25-16

— Montini (7-0): Monica Lostus 9 kills; Gina Cappetta 16 assists

Munster (Ind.) d. Homewood-Flossmoor 25-17, 25-22

Niles North d. Northside 17-25, 25-23, 25-11

— Niles North (2-0): Amanda Green 12 kills, 4 aces; Addy Leopoldo 18 assists

Perspectives-Calumet d. Longwood 25-19, 25-17

— Perspectives-Calumet (2-0): Crystal Lackey 10 aces

Plainfield Central d. Neuqua Valley 25-23, 25-23

— Plainfield Central (4-2): Erin Eulitz 7 kills, 11 digs; Elizabeth Hyland 6 kills, 7 digs; Ashley Shook 24 assists, 4 kills, 4 digs

Riverside-Brookfield d. Wheaton Academy 26-24, 25-23

— Riverside-Brookfield (1-1): Paola Lehman 6 kills; Katie O’Connell 4 kills; Natalia Gheewala 6 digs, 4 aces

Seneca d. Marquette 25-14, 17-25, 25-22

— Seneca (3-0): Madison Wyss 4 kills, 5 aces, 10 assists; Lexi Wilkinson 12 kills, 3 blocks

St. Ignatius d. Resurrection 25-19, 25-14

— St. Ignatius (9-0): Kristi May 9 assists, 15 digs, 3 aces; Kristen Somerville 5 blocks

Willowbrook d. Glenbard North 28-30, 25-21, 25-14

— Willowbrook: Danielle McNamara 8 kills, 2 blocks, 2 aces; Micala Giammarino 10 assists, 5 digs; Olivia Pennebaker 4 kills, 5 aces

BOYS GOLF

Brother Rice 158, St. Laurence 170

M: David Roth, Brother Rice, 39

Chicago Christian 167, Ridgewood 213

M: Sean Ozinga, Chicago Christian, 39

Deerfield 161, Evanston 173

M: Jacob Krugman, Deerfield, 36

Evergreen Park 163, Rich Central 275

M: J.R. Wazio, Evergreen Park, 38

Geneva 155, St. Charles North 170

M: Matt Fisher, Geneva, 35

Glenbrook South 160, Notre Dame 174

M: Charlie Nikitas, Glenbrook South, 39

Illiana Christian 164, Beecher 178

M: Michael Barber, Beecher; Matthew Zandstra, Illiana Christian, 36 each

Latin 152, Wheaton St. Francis 164

M: Knox Montgomery, Latin, 36

Lincoln-Way East 165, Joliet Co-op 177

M: Jake White, Lincoln-Way East, 38

Lincoln-Way North 179, T.F. South 221

M: Kenny Hill, Lincoln-Way North, 41

Minooka 156, Oswego 168

M: Kir Rodgers, Oswego, 38; Dan Anfield, Minooka, 38

Morton 216, Elmwood Park 234

M: Thomas Skenandore, Morton, 50

Oswego East 168, Plainfield East 180

M: Max Behnke, Oswego East, 38

Payton-Jones Co-op 150, Northside 173

M: Jack Quinn and Ben Smith, Payton-Jones Co-op 37

Stagg 165, Oak Lawn 174

M: Billy Dunne, Oak Lawn, 37

Wheaton Academy 158, Glenbard North 159

M: Kyle Tintera, Glenbard North, 35

GIRLS GOLF

Barrington 161, Hersey 173, Hoffman Estates 213

M: Bailee McDonald, Barrington, 39

Benet 190, Lemont 198

M: Abby Bitto, Benet; Jacque Desmond, Lemont, 45 each

Highland Park 168, Evanston 218, Niles West 219

M: Kelli Ono, Highland Park, 36

Homewood-Flossmoor 178, Andrew 181

M: Miranda Scott, Homewood-Flossmoor, 40

Libertyville 167, Warren 198

M: Maggie Piazzi, Libertyville, 41

Lincoln-Way Central 191, Stagg 224

M: Mary Yonkaitis, Lincoln-Way Central, 39

Lincoln-Way East 178, Lockport 183

M: Kelly Sterling, Lincoln-Way East, 36

Lincoln-Way North 188, Bolingbrook 226

M: Rachel Cheval, Lincoln-Way North, 44

Lincoln-Way West 211, Joliet Co-op 229

M: Ellie Paul, Lincoln-Way West and Milena Singletary. Joliet Co-op, 48

Marian Central 177, St. Viator 227

Marist 175, Providence 176

M: Alyssa Gromala, Providence, 39

Mundelein 191, Lakes 262

M: Megan Wiese, Mundelein, 43

Neuqua Valley 172, West Aurora 201

M: Jessica Yuen, Neuqua Valley, 38

GIRLS TENNIS

Elmwood Park 4, Maine West 3

Glenbard East 7, Willowbrook 0

Highland Park 6, Libertyville 3

Reavis 4, Mother McAuley 1

Sandburg 3, U-High 2

T.F. South 4, Crete-Monee 1

Waubonsie Valley 5, WW South 3

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

ART CAMPBELL INVITE

Teams: Barrington 64, Grayslake Central 76, Highland Park 106, Mundelein 109, Stevenson 139, Waukegan 143, Lake Forest 181, Grant 226, Grayslake North 238, Round Lake 250

Individuals: Sam Oh, Stevenson, 15:29.2; Ben Casey, Highland Park, 15:44.9; Jack Aho, Grayslake Central, 15:54.7; Matthew Mekaelian, Lake Forest, 16:00.6; Brett Davidson, Highland Park, 16:06.4; Mark Myers, Lake Forest, 16:10.6; Kyle Monahan, Barrington, 16:20.9; Alex Maher, Barrington, 16:23.8; Max Brunk, Grayslake Central, 16:28.6; Frank Cardy, Grant, 16:30.7

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

ART CAMPBELL INVITE

Teams: Libertyville 82, Lake Forest 91, Vernon Hills 122, Warren (Gurnee) 136, Lake Zurich 140, Grant 145, Stevenson 153, Highland Park 173, Grayslake Central 197, Mundelein 281

Individuals: Kortney Schardt, Lakes, 18:21.0; Vivian Overbeck, Vernon Hills, 18:28.1; Charlotte Nawor, Highland Park, 19:02.1; Isabelle Sparreo, Stevenson, 19:09.3; Melissa Manetsch, Libertyville, 19:12.4; Emma Milburn, Lake Forest, 19:18.0; Becky Haight, Warren (Gurnee), 19:23.2; Avryl Johnson, Libertyville, 19:32.1; Katie Condon, Lake Forest, 19:32.2; Audrey Paglia, Libertyville, 19:34.5

GIRLS SWIMMING

York 101, West Chicago 82

GIRLS FIELD HOCKEY

Lake Forest 3, Glenbard West 1, OT

Loyola 6, Stevenson 0

— Loyola: Sarah Hagadorn 2 goals

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