Basketball

High school sports roundup for Friday, Jan. 17

Ava Interrante
Ava Interrante

McHenry's Ava Interrante scored 18 points and surpassed 1,000 career points in the Warriors' 51-33 Fox Valley Conference win over Crystal Lake Central on Friday in McHenry.

Interrante added six assists and six rebounds and now has 1,005 points in her four-year varsity career. Interrante went over 1,000 points on a 3-pointer to start the third quarter and finished the game 7-of-7 shooting from the free-throw line.

Katie Beyer had 16 points for McHenry (18-4, 6-3 FVC), and Ashley Wachter tossed in five. Nora Ryan had 13 points for the Tigers (4-15, 1-8). Lily Penza added six.

Jacobs 40, Crystal Lake South 37 (2OT): At Crystal Lake, Mackenzie Leahy had 13 points to lead the Golden Eagles in an FVC win against the Gators. Courtney Pahl added 12 points and three 3s, and Roslyn Leitner tossed in six points for Jacobs (5-13, 2-7).

Emily Rich had nine points and two 3s to lead South (11-9, 5-4). Ava Sevcik, Allie Schoen and Brooke Kuffel had six points apiece. Schoen made two 3s.

Johnsburg 47, Woodstock 33: At Johnsburg, Mackenzie Straulin chipped in 12 points to lead the Skyhawks past the Blue Streaks in their Kishwaukee River Conference game. Johnsburg (8-10, 2-2) held Woodstock (6-13, 2-2) to three points in the first quarter.

Macy Madsen had 11 points and two 3s, Molly Wetzel had nine points, and Sarah Metze tossed in six for the Skyhawks. Emma Brand led the Streaks with 13 points and two 3s, and Erin Lockwood added 10 points.

Dundee-Crown 33, Hampshire 26: At Carpentersville, Cassidy Randl had 14 points and made two 3s for the Chargers in the FVC win over the Whip-Purs. Alyssa Crenshaw added seven points for the Chargers (15-3, 9-0), who finished the first half of their FVC schedule without a loss.

Kelby Bannerman led Hampshire (10-11, 5-4) with 11 points, including seven in the fourth quarter. Katie Del Re added five points.

Prairie Ridge 45, Cary-Grove 42: At Cary, the Wolves (8-11, 3-6) defeated the Trojans (8-10, 1-8) in their FVC game.

Thursday's late result

Alden-Hebron 58, Schaumburg Christian 35: At Schaumburg, Rachel Pahl scored 25 points on 12 field goals to lead the Giants to a Northeastern Athletic Conference win over the Conquerors. Pahl had 17 points in the first half.

Abby Wanderer scored 13 points, Kendra Cashmore had eight points, and Anna Webber tossed in seven for A-H (7-9, 3-1 NAC).

BOYS BASKETBALL

Marengo 53, Crystal Lake Central 44: At Crystal Lake, Matt Volkening had 18 points and made 9 of 12 free throws for the Indians in a nonconference victory over the Tigers. Aiden Smith had 11 points and two 3s for Marengo (15-1), Jonah Pace had eight points, and Brady Cannon tossed in six.

Connor Bartesch had 12 points to lead Central (8-9), Aidan Ellinger had 11 points, and Blake Pokora had 10. Jakhari Anderson added six.

Johnsburg 60, Woodstock 47: At Johnsburg, the Skyhawks (4-10, 2-1) handed the Streaks (3-13, 1-2) a loss in their KRC game. Joey Comstock poured in 13 points for Johnsburg, Stan Thill had 10 points, and David Claudio and Keefe Martin had eight points apiece. Dylan Schmidt and Koby Sullentrup both had seven points.

Jeremiah Betts-Moses had 14 points for Woodstock. Javier Garay and Zach Adams added six points each.

DeKalb 74, Marian Central 39: At Burlington Central's Martin Luther King Tournament, the Hurricanes (2-15) lost to the Barbs in their tournament opener.

WRESTLING

Hampshire 66, Woodstock North 12, At Hampshire, the Whips' Patryk Barnas (285), Anthony Marlett (120), Niko Skoulikaris (132), Tyler Boyd (138), Nathan Larson (152) and Leighton Werkmeister (170) had pins in the nonconference dual win against North.

Crystal Lake South 39, Crystal Lake Central 36: At Crystal Lake, the visiting Gators picked up the FVC dual win against Central.

Amador Castro (106), Christian Olsen (113), Jerod Sadler (120), Peyton Timmons (145) and Shane Moran (152) each had pins for South. Aidan Kitchen (132) added a win by decision.

Connor Lezama (138), Brenden Parks (170), Julian Ryerson (195), Andrew Hudec (220) and Ramon Fuentes (285) won by pin for the Tigers. Caden Ernd (160) and John Barrick (182) won by decision.

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