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Lake County roundup
Daily Herald report

Grayslake North's girls basketball team netted its 22nd win, a program record, by defeating host Waukegan 60-32 Tuesday night.

The Knights dominated each quarter, leading 30-11 at halftime.

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Brittney Thibeaux led the scoring with 19 points. Kendall Detweiler had 12 points, and Emily Dugan added 10 for Grayslake North (22-2).

Vernon Hills 53, Antioch 43: Sydney Smith scored 16 points, grabbed 4 rebounds and added 4 assists, as the Cougars (23-2, 11-0) clinched the North Suburban Prairie Division championship.

Lauren Webb added 14 points and 6 rebounds, and Alina Lehocky tallied 7 points and 5 rebounds.

Antioch (15-10) was led by Carly McCameron, who came up strong in the paint, scoring 11 points and pulling in a team-high 13 rebounds. Megan Borries hit three 3-pointers in the third quarter to shoot her way out of a recent shooting slump. She also helped lead the Antioch offense, which gained a lead late in the fourth quarter before succumbing to the Cougars.

Grayslake Central 46, Johnsburg 31: The Rams improved their record to 16-9 and 9-1 in the Fox Valley Fox Division, as Morgan Dahlstrom led the way with 14 points.

Carson Sparkman added 12 points for Grayslake Central.

Libertyville 41, Lake Forest 25: Haley Hoeksel scored 13 points, and Olivia Mayer added 10, as the visiting Wildcats improved to 11-13 and 6-5 in the North Suburban Lake.

Lakes 49, Grant 27: The Eagles dominated every quarter on Senior Night, leading 14-6 after the first quarter, finishing the half up 27-11 and ending the third ahead 37-20.

Lakes improved its record to 15-11 and 9-2 in the North Suburban Prairie Division.

Lakes seniors Dayna Olson, Nicole Mogged, Shelby Trkla, Amanda Smith and Terese McMahon started.

"Each of these kids has started during the season and I am comfortable playing any of them," Eagles coach Pete Schneider said. "It was fun to see them all playing together. These kids are a big part of the turnaround of Lakes' women's basketball. They have put the time in and support each other very well. This team is not done yet. We have some unfinished goals.

McMahon scored 15 points, shooting 7 of 8 from the free throw line. Trkla added 8 points.

Michelle Filip and AnaRose Hebein scored 6 points apiece for Grant (9-15, 4-7).

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