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    Girls basketball/Fox Valley roundup
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    Huntley 63, CL South 33: Carly Goede had another big night for the Red Raiders, scoring 23 points in this Fox Valley Conference Valley Division win. Kadie Lowery added 13 points for Huntley (13-5, 5-1). Brittany Pittas led the Gators (2-17, 0-6) with 10 points and Stephanie Melone added 7.

    Cary-Grove 57, Dundee-Crown 32: The Trojans (18-3, 6-0) ran out to a 21-8 lead after one quarter and never looked back in winning this FVC Valley contest. Claire Jakubicek had 19 points to lead the way for C-G. Joslyn Nicholson, Paige Lincicum and Olivia Jakubicek had 8 points each. Ali Sanders led Dundee-Crown (6-14, 1-5) with 11 points.

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    McHenry 49, Jacobs 21: Melanie Schwerdtmann had 8 points to lead Jacobs (3-17, 2-4) in this FVC Valley loss.

    Hampshire 63, Harvard 16: Karla Vietinghoff had 17 points and Jessie Van Dorin added 11 as the Whip-Purs (17-2, 7-0) rolled to their 36th straight Big Northern East win. Alex Dumoulin had 10 points and Michelle Dumoulin added 9 for Hampshire.

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