Trailing 13-11 after one quarter, Barrington's girls basketball team outscored visiting Schaumburg 13-2 in the second quarter and never looked back in a 41-25 victory in the Mid-Suburban West opener on Friday.
The Fillies, who ran their record to 7-0, were led by 6-foot junior Bailee McDonald's 8 points and 10 rebounds.
Senior Brooke Gunderson added 8 points and sophomore Megan Talbot tied her season-high of 14 rebounds.
Senior Carrie Madden handed out 4 assists for the Fillies.
Gunderson, Auri Grayson and Angie Kirchoff (4 rebounds) each had a 3-pointer for the Fillies, who shot 13-of-70 from the floor.
"We just couldn't get it going offensively," said Fillies coach Babbi Barreiro. "We missed a lot of easy shots around the basket and free throws. We just didn't focus on offense."
Barreiro said Cassidy Goldsmith (4 rebounds), Madden and Grayson provided a lift off the bench.
"Defensively, I thought we played really well," Barreiro added. "They (Schaumburg) have been scoring points. I thought we did a nice job on Jada (Blackwell), who I think is a very talented player. We were sharp defensively, especially rebounding where we dominated and that made a big difference."
BrittanyReinhart, Nina Nykaza and Blackwell each scored 5 points for Schaumburg (0-7, 0-1).
Rolling Meadows 68, Elk Grove 28: Jackie Kemph (19 points), Jenny Vliet (13) Alexis Glasgow (13) were the top scorers for host Rolling Meadows (7-0, 1-0) in the MSL East opener.
Glasgow had a pair of 3-pointers while Sami Kay and Elizabeth Vasilogambros each had one for Meadows, which led 35-6 at half.
Junior center Amber Lindfors led Elk Grove (2-5, 01) with 13 points while senior Melissa Solorio added 7.
Fremd 69, Hoffman Estates 34: Haley Gorecki (20 points), Bryana Hopkins (13), Hannah LaBarge (12) and Brianna Lewis (8) were top scorers for Fremd (6-1, 1-0) in the MSL West opener at Hoffman.
The Hawks (0-7, 0-1) were led by Mary Saitta (14 points), who tossed in four 3-pointers. Andrea Wolinski added 8 points and Markia Anderson 7.
Hersey 57, Bartlett 36: Freshman Claire Gritt tossed in a career-high 18 points while seniors Renee Poulos (14) and Morgan Harris (11) also reached double figures for the visiting Huskies in the nonconference game.
Poulos, who was 6-of-6 from the floor, also pulled down 11 rebounds.
Hersey freshman Kelly Weyhrich had a pair of 3-pointers and Harris had one as the Huskies improved to 7-0. Hersey will host Prospect (also 7-0) in a Mid-Suburban East opener on Tuesday.