Thursday’s girls soccer and boys volleyball roundup

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GIRLS SOCCER

Buffalo Grove 2, Rolling Meadows 1: The Bison won thanks to goals from Sara Busse and Sara O’Connor

Deerfield 2, Highland Park 1: Goals from Sydney Barber and Margot Sylvan were all Deerfield (8-2-1, 2-0 Central Suburban North) needed.

Latin 1, Jones 0: Eve Favia scored the only goal of the game for Latin.

Lemont 8, Evergreen Park 0: Aleksandra Mihailovic finished with the trifecta for Lemont (9-1-2).

Lincoln-Way West 2, Bradley-Bourbonnais 0: Meghan Lange and Brianna Heye each found the back of the net for Lincoln-Way West (9-6, 1-1 Southwest Suburban Red).

Vernon Hills 2, Richmond-Burton 0: Katherine Brettman and Kristen Guglielmi both tallied goals for the Cougars.

Warren 2, Lake Forest 1: Teagon Albert scored the game-winning goal for Warren (3-5-2, 2-0-2 North Suburban Lake). Valentina Rodriguez also scored.

Yorkville 6, La Salle-Peru 0: Peyton Willie had a hat trick for Yorkville (5-3-2). Sarah Megazzini chipped in two goals as well.

BOYS VOLLEYBALL

Brother Rice d. Mount Carmel 25-14, 25-20: Jimmy Baker tallied 10 kills and four aces for the Crusaders (10-6).

Buffalo Grove d. Lake Zurich 25-20, 25-23: Zach Schnittker tallied four kills and 17 assists for the Bison (19-3).

Joliet Catholic d. Marist 25-13, 26-24: Blake Reardon had a monster game for Joliet Catholic (12-1, 3-0 East Suburban Catholic), finishing with 17 kills. Aron Gieken spread around 26 assists.

Lincoln-Way East d. Neuqua Valley 26-24, 25-21: Jake Huizinga (eight kills) and Lucas Galifos (five kills) powered Lincoln-Way East (15-8) to the win.

Romeoville d. Plainfield South 25-27, 25-19, 25-23: Mike Kurzynski put away 10 kills and four aces for Romeoville. James LeFaiver finished with 29 assists.

West Chicago d. Proviso East 25-16, 25-11: Ross Behr attacked the net for 10 kills for West Chicago (10-8). Michael Quiroz tallied 17 assists and Tommy Gotsch added 10 assists.

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