High school sports roundup for Monday, Oct. 7

Truman Keppy tied for second, and Liam Nielsen took fourth as McHenry won the Class 3A Harlem Boys Golf Regional by five strokes Monday at Atwood Homestead in Rockford.

The Warriors finished at 328, with Auburn (333) and Hononegah (337) taking the other two advancing team spots.

Auburn’s Adam Kuhar was regional champion at 75, followed by Keppy and Hononegah’s Adam He at 77, then Nielsen at 78.

McHenry, which won its first regional since 2012, put its four scoring golfers in the top 13. Ryan Peters tied for ninth at 85, and Mason McCormick tied for 13th at 87.

Woodstock North co-op’s Brad Arnold shot 90 to grab one of the 10 individual berths in Monday’s DeKalb Sectional at Kishwaukee Country Club.


Woodstock 2, Woodstock North 1: At Woodstock, Hanna Berry recorded 13 kills, and Sophie Wicker added 28 assists as the Blue Streaks defeated the Thunder, 23-25, 25-23, 25-20, to win the Kishwaukee River Conference outright.

Berry also had 14 digs, while Wicker had five blocks and two aces.

Emma Brand added six kills and five blocks for Woodstock (24-2, 9-0 KRC). Lauryn Hahn had eight kills and 11 digs, Grace Karner had four blocks, and Ella Wicker had 19 digs.

Brooke Amann led North (10-10, 5-3) with 19 kills, 10 digs and two aces. Kyle Schulze had 27 assists and six digs, and Kaitlyn Wickersheim added 18 digs and three aces.

Richmond-Burton 2, Johnsburg 0: At Johnsburg, Sammy and Jordyn Duncan each were credited with eight kills as the Rockets (6-21, 3-6) defeated the Skyhawks (4-16, 4-5) in their KRC match.

Sammy Duncan also had nine digs and two blocks; Jordyn Duncan had five digs. Bella Cecchi added 11 digs and two aces, while Jesse Klicker had 15 assists.

Sheridan Milewski led the Skyhawks with eight kills, and Makayla Huff had 17 assists. Hayley Schmidt had five kills, eight digs and two aces.

Marengo 2, Harvard 0: At Harvard, the Indians (16-7-4, 5-3) got three kills, 10 digs and 18 assists from Lilly Johnson as they defeated the Hornets (2-19, 0-9) in their KRC match, 25-15, 25-17.

Lillie Simons led the Indians with seven kills, Kaetlyn Jeschke added 10 digs, one ace and one kill, and Alexis Kunde had four kills and three aces.

Harvard was led by Michaela Froehlich, Aylia Lemus and Asha Billstrand with three kills each. Dianayeli Plata added 12 digs, and Alex Cooke contributed 10 assists.

Crystal Lake Central 2, Stevenson 0: At Crystal Lake, Maddy McCormick had five kills and 11 digs as the Tigers (23-1) defeated the Patriots in their nonconference match, 25-22, 25-13.

Madeline Timmerman, Olivia Anderson and Camryn Hausler each added four kills. Grace Levin led the Tigers with eight assists, Madde Blake had 13 digs, and Katrina Simatos had 12 digs.


Richmond-Burton 4, Johnsburg 0: At Johnsburg, Ethan Demmers scored two goals and assisted on another as the Rockets (14-6, 7-3) defeated the Skyhawks (1-14, 0-10) in their KRC game.

Hayden Rudkin scored a goal and assisted on one of Demmers’ goals. Peyton May scored a goal and assisted on Demmers’ other score.

Hugo Campos assisted on May’s goal, and goalkeeper Jacob Maldonado made two saves as the Rockets finished alone in second place in the KRC.

Harvard 5, Marengo 1: At Harvard, the Hornets broke open a close game with four second-half goals for the win in their KRC matchup.

Oger Bernal scored the first-half goal for Harvard (7-9-1, 6-4) off Oscar Hernandez’s assist.

In the second half, Danny Sanchez, Jovani Escobar, Angel Romo and Miguel Juarez scored for the Hornets. Manny Mercado, David Aquino and Brian Albarran had assists, while keeper Aldo Popoca made eight saves.


Harvard 185, Grant 248: At Valley Ridge in Antioch, Joelle McMillan shot 43 to lead the Hornets to a dual victory over the Bulldogs.

Julia Chupich (46), Emma Ackland (47) and Jennah Brookner (49) had the Hornets’ other counting scores.

Hampshire 182, South Elgin 189: At Randall Oaks in West Dundee, Delaney Marcuccilli shot 40 and Gianna Farinella had a 42 to lead the Whip-Purs to a nonconference win over the Storm.

Alexis Konajeski shot 49, and Julia Bachta added a 51 for the Whips.


Huntley 5, Crystal Lake South 2: At Huntley, the Red Raiders (15-9, 5-3) swept the singles matches and No. 1 doubles in their FVC win over the Gators.

Ruhi Gulati (No. 1), Elaina Hibbeler (No. 2) and Alessandra Rivera (No. 3) won at singles. Michelle Barnvos and Kylie Phommasack (No. 1) and Ela Hontanosas and Sunni Kwon (No. 4) were Huntley’s other winners.

South got victories from Katie Rokusek and Jaden Appelhans (No. 2) and from Abby Enck and Christina Lin (No. 3) in doubles.

Woodstock North 6, Antioch 1: At Woodstock, the Thunder extended their dual-meet winning streak to 20 with a nonconference win over the Sequoits.

Aly Cullotta (No. 1) and Anika Treadway (No. 3) had singles wins. Lydia Dunker and Alejandra Galindo (No. 2), Kaitlyn Mauck and Maggie Thomas (No. 3) and Gaby Galindo and Bethany Lintner (No. 4) won at doubles.

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