Kendall Detweiler and Brittney Thibeaux combined for 45 points, and Grayslake North's girls basketball team earned its first win of the season Tuesday night, defeating Highland Park 60-37 in second-round action of Mundelein's Turkey Tournament.
Detweiler sank three 3-pointers, finishing with a game-high 23 points. Thibeaux added 22, as the Knights opened up a 12-6 lead after one quarter and led 26-14 at halftime, before outscoring the Giants 24-8 in the third.
Antioch 65, Richmond-Burton 36: Paige Gallimore had 17 points, 8 rebounds and 4 assists, as the host Sequoits pulled away in their season opener.
Sequoits freshman guard Amy Reiser added 13 points, 8 steals, 5 rebounds and 3 assists, while her twin, Ashley, contributed 11 points, 6 steals and 5 rebounds. Sophomore Alexis Duehr nabbed 8 rebounds, and Maddie Murillo came off the bench to grab 7 rebounds.
Antioch also received 8 points from Carly McCameron. The Sequoits led only 14-12 after one quarter but then outscored the Rockets 16-4 in the second quarter and 18-8 in the third.
Loyola 40, Warren 32: Kristin O'Brien scored 16 points for the host Blue Devils, who led their season opener 17-16 at halftime before getting outscored 16-9 in the third quarter.
The game was part of the New Trier Thanksgiving Tournament.
Sammi Jo Nixon added 7 points for Warren, and Kristin Jacobs grabbed 10 rebounds.
Grayslake Central 55, Dundee-Crown 49: On Monday night, University of Southern Indiana-bound center Morgan Dahlstrom scored 21 points, including a 3-pointer, as the visiting Rams spoiled the head-coaching debut of former Mundelein star Sarah Miller.
Maddy Miller chipped in 9 points, while Carson Sparkman (3-pointer) and Lauren Spalding added 8 and 7 points, respectively, for Grayslake Central in the season opener. The Chargers led 14-8 after the first quarter, before the Rams outscored them 18-8 in the second quarter.