Barrington's girls basketball team ran its record to 8-1 on Tuesday night with a 59-52 victory at Grayslake North.
Senior Brooke Gunderson led the Fillies with 14 points while also adding 4 assists, 3 steals and 3 rebounds.
"Brooke had a very complete game," said Barrington coach Babbi Barreiro. "I thought it was one of her best of the season."
Sophomore Megan Talbot pulled down 10 rebounds for the winners.
"Megan had some tremendous rebounds," Barreiro said. "She did a real nice job cleaning up the boards, especially in the first half."
Angie Kirchoff (11 points), Carrie Madden (9) and Aoife Callanan (8) were other top scorers for Barrington.
"Angie was real steady," Barreiro said. "Madden and Callanan played real solid off the bench and Cassidy Goldsmith gave us some real good minutes, too."
Bailee McDonald grabbed 8 rebounds while Kelly Katis handed out 3 assists.
"That's what I like about this group," Barreiro added. "We have different leading scorers each night. We have a lot of contributors. It's just a real team concept."
Barrington led 33-18 early in the third quarter.
"We have to learn how to close out games better than we did," Barreiro said.
Elk Grove 44, Bartlett 42 (OT): Senior Melissa Solorio scored a game-high 18 points and junior Amber Lindfors added 14 as the host Grens improved to 3-5.
Lindfors had a bucket and 2 free throws in the OT while Solorio had the other basket as Elk Grove outscored Bartlett 6-4 in the extra session.
Lindfors also had 13 rebounds and 5 blocked shots while sophomore Alex Masnica handed out 5 assists.
Solorio had the Grens' only 3-pointer and she grabbed 4 rebounds.
Freshman Jenny Banak was 4-of-4 at the free throw line for Elk Grove.
Maine West 45, Glenbrook North 28: Maine West (6-3) improved to 2-0 in the Central Suburban North as senior Brittany Collins had a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds.
Teammate Abbey Herling added 6 points, 6 assists and 5 rebounds.
Erin Ross added 9 points and Julia Huinker 8 for West, which visits Highland Park on Friday.
St. Charles North 61, Hoffman Estares 37: Mary Saitta (9 points, 2 3-pointers), Andrea Wolinski (9 points, 1 3-pointer), Maya Bowens (8 points) and Monraia Wilson (7 points) led the host Hawks (0-8) in the nonconference match.