Wrestling

High school sports roundup for Saturday, Dec. 7

The Hampshire wrestling team took runner-up in the 13-team Richmond-Burton Tom DuBois Wrestling Classic on Saturday in Richmond, crowning three individual champions.

Lake Forest won the tournament title with 167 points, and Hampshire was second with with 145 points. Marengo (134.5) took fourth, Huntley JV took fifth (119), Woodstock (114) was sixth, Johnsburg (89) was eighth, and R-B (47) tied for ninth.

Earning first-place medals for Hampshire were Anthony Marlett (120 pounds), Palmer Larson (126) and Nathan Larson (152). Logan Witt (106) tacked on a third-place finish.

Marengo's Ethan Struck finished first at 106 pounds, Joe Resendez (120) and Jake Doyle (138) were runners-up, and Matt Ostler (126) took third.

Adam Pena (113) was second for Huntley JV, and Greco Rendon (120), Jason Coleman (160), Jack Henkle (182) and Tyler Cerny (195) all were third.

Caleb Sciame (113) and Jerred Grell (195) won titles for Woodstock. Alex Iversen (138) and Cooper Adams (152) both were third.

Johnsburg's Logan Kirk took first at 132 pounds, Ethan Shedbalkar (170) was second, and Dan Calhoun (145) was third.

Plainfield Central Quad: At Plainfield, Huntley went 2-1 with dual wins against Downers Grove South, 47-28, and Plainfield Central, 72-6. The Raiders lost to Glenbard North, 35-27. Jake Jensen (113) and Jeremy Jakowitsch (145) both were 3-0 for Huntley.

R-B's Anthony Herrera (132) took second.

Sam Spencer (132), Andrew Lira (138) and David Ferrante (182) all finished 2-0, and Rumyr Sobrepena (152) and Rukkus Hunkins (170) went 2-1.

Niles West Quad: At Skokie, McHenry was 1-2 with a win against Niles West, 48-26. The Warriors (3-8) lost to Deerfield, 48-21, and Joliet Central, 36-34.

Brody Hallin (152) and Zack Sytsma (170) went 3-0 for McHenry. Hallin won all three matches by pin, with two coming in the first 18 seconds. Lucas Logan (160) and Luke Zunkel (195) went 2-1.

Glenbard East Quad: At Lombard, Marian Central (4-0) went undefeated with wins against Glenbard East, 57-20, St. Francis, 59-12, and Kankakee, 78-6. Charlie Fitzgerald (106), Elon Rodriguez (113), Bryce Shelton (145), Hugh Holian (152) and Joe Miller (195) all were 3-0.

Scott Burke (126), Daniel Valeria (132) and Dylan Connell (170) all went 2-0.

Yorkville Quad: At Yorkville, Crystal Lake Central was 2-1 with dual wins over Andrews, 42-41, and Rock Island, 42-38. The Tigers took a 49-30 loss against Yorkville.

Dillon Carlson (132), Caden Ernd (160) and Ramon Fuentes (285) were 3-0 with three pins each. Brenden Parks (170) finished 2-0 with two pins, and Julian Ryerson (195) and Andrew Hudec (220) both went 2-1.

Leyden Invite: At Leyden, Crystal Lake South went 0-3 with losses to New Trier, 42-34, Buffalo Grove, 42-34, and Leyden, 58-16. Peyton Timmons (145) was 3-0 for the Gators. KT Sivertsen (170) and Connor Moore (160) both were 2-1.

Plainfield North Mega Duals: At Plainfield, Dundee-Crown went 2-2 with wins over Plainfield North, 43-29, and Crete-Monee, 54-28.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Crystal Lake Central 57, Burlington Central 54: At Crystal Lake, Ryan Mendoza had a game-high 21 points on nine baskets in an FVC win. Mendoza and Blake Pokora both made three 3-pointers for Central (2-4, 1-1), which finished 10-of-13 shooting from the free-throw line. Pokora scored 15 points, Connor Bartesch had eight, and Aidan Ellinger had six.

Jake Lenschow had 18 points and two 3s to lead the Rockets (4-2, 0-2).

Hampshire 68, Crystal Lake South 64: At Crystal Lake, Keynan Davis led all scorers with 19 points for the Whip-Purs (3-3, 1-1) in an FVC win. Jeremy Rosa Jr. added 17 points and three 3s, Collin Woods had 13 points, and Adam Ugochukwu scored eight points in the victory.

Tyler Miller had 17 points and three 3s to lead the Gators (4-2, 1-1), and Damir Glamoc and Casey Haskin had 15 points apiece. Cooper LePage had nine points. Glamoc chipped in three 3s.

Schaumburg 48, Huntley 40: At the Wheaton Warrenville South Shootout in Wheaton, Uchenna Egekeze had 16 points, and Ryan Sroka tossed in 13 in a loss for the Red Raiders (4-2).

Woodstock North 69, North Boone 50: At Poplar Grove, Elijah Pena had a season-best 17 points for the Thunder (4-1) in the nonconference win. Cole Brey also scored 17 points for North and made 9 of 10 free throws.

Joe Chase had 11 points and Austin Zieman tossed in seven.

Dundee-Crown 61, Prairie Ridge 48: At Carpentersville, the Chargers outscored the Wolves, 17-4, in the third quarter to pull away for an FVC win. Kyle Huber had 18 points and two 3s for D-C (4-1, 1-0), Ryan Hodor had 10 points, and Trayvon Hatcher and Justin Prusko had nine points apiece.

Mason Loucks had nine points on three 3s, and Luke Wolf and Sam Baser had eight points apiece for Prairie Ridge (0-6, 0-2). Bennett Barr and Ryan Goudschaal both scored seven.

Marengo 68, Aquin 57 (OT): At the Eastland Shootout in Lanark, the Indians (5-1) climbed out of an 18-9 deficit after the first quarter and forced overtime in a win over the Bulldogs. Finn Schirmer collected all six of his points in the fourth quarter to help get the game to overtime.

Matt Volkening had seven points in overtime and finished with a game-high 27 points. He hit five 3s and made 8 of 10 free throws. Marengo outscored Aquin, 16-9, in overtime.

Jonah Pace added 11 points and Evan Shepard tossed in six.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Hampshire 46, Stockton 43: At the Chicagoland Showcase at Fremd in Palatine, the Whip-Purs (5-3) pulled out a three-point win over the Blackhawks. Kelby Bannerman had 18 points and was 5 for 5 on free throws. Alyssa Cork added 12 points on four 3s, and Katie Del Re had nine points on three 3s.

Woodstock North 50, North Boone 27: At Poplar Grove, Lacey Schaffter tossed in 12 points to lead North (5-3) to its third win in a row. Abby Hartmann had 11 points and Kaitlyn Ford had eight. The Thunder led, 16-3, after the first quarter.

Cary-Grove 38, Conant 24: At Cary, the Trojans held the Cougars to one point in the fourth quarter in the nonconference win. Emily Lukowski scored 13 points for C-G (4-3), including nine in the fourth. Lauren Passaglia tallied nine points. Annika Nordin had five.

Rockford Christian 65, Richmond-Burton 27: At Rockford, the Rockets (2-5) lost to the Royal Lions in nonconference play.

Dixon 39, Johnsburg 29: At Johnsburg, the Skyhawks (2-4) dropped the nonconference game to the Duchesses.

BOYS SWIMMING

Harlem Invite: At Machesney Park, Jacobs co-op, which combines with Dundee-Crown and Hampshire, finished first in seven of 12 events to claim the nine-team meet with 287 points. Hononegah was runner-up with 260 points and Belvidere co-op (192.5) was third.

Alec Orndahl, Nate Herrera and Vince Chiappetta each had two wins for Jacobs co-op. Orndahl (D-C) won the 100 butterfly (56.14) and 100 backstroke (58.83), Herrera (Jacobs) won the 100 breaststroke (1:05.42) and 50 free (22.56), and Chiappetta (Jacobs) won the 500 free (4:57.15) and 200 individual medley (2:06.21).

Orndahl, Nowak (D-C), Herrera and Chiappetta were first in the 200 free relay (1:35.63) and second in the 200 medley relay (1:45.16). Caden Waddell placed runner-up in the 100 free (52.39). Nowak was runner-up to Orndahl in the 100 butterfly (57.80).

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