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Reiser, Gallimore lead Antioch victory
Daily Herald report

Freshman guard Amy Reiser earned her first career double-double, and Paige Gallimore scored a game-high 25 points, as Antioch's girls basketball team defeated visiting Grant 73-45 in North Suburban Prairie Division action Friday night.

Reiser finished with 11 points and 10 rebounds, while forcing 4 turnovers. As it has all season, Antioch (10-3, 4-1) won the battle on the boards. Shannon Zogran came off the bench to grab 8 rebounds, while starters Carly McCameron, Gallimore and Ashley Reiser combined for 19.

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Like her twin, Ashley Reiser impressed at both ends of the court, scoring a career-best 17 points to go along with 5 assists.

It was Antioch's fourth win in a row.

Coach Tim Borries said his Sequoits "played their first complete game, with no offensive or defensive letdowns, and the stats show it."

Antioch was up 15-4 after one quarter, 36-19 at halftime and 53-30 after three.

Grant (4-6, 2-2) received 11 points apiece from Kaylie Kanzler and Jasmine Sangster. Deanna Rodriguez added 9 on three 3-pointers.

Stevenson 74, Mundelein 49: Taylor Buford scored 23 points, matching her season high, as the host Patriots snapped a two-game losing streak with the North Suburban Lake win.

"She was very, very active at both ends of the floor," coach Tom Dineen said.

Freshman guard Ashley Richardson added 13 points for Stevenson (7-4, 4-1). Sophia Way chipped in 9, while Melanie Despinich (two 3-pointers) and Janine Fajardo had 8 apiece.

Mundelein (5-5, 2-3) was led by Lauren Rouse's 13 points and Jamie Hemmer's 10. It was the Mustangs' third loss in a row.

Libertyville 34, Warren 27: Rosie Lynch scored a career-high 19 points, hitting four 3-pointers, and added 3 steals, as the host Wildcats stretched their winning streak to three games.

Libertyville (5-6, 4-1 North Suburban Lake) led 8-6 after one quarter, 19-12 at halftime and 30-19 after three.

"We were able to play with poise when Warren battled back in the fourth quarter," Wildcats coach Greg Pedersen said. "We need to build on that."

Kristen O'Brien had 7 points for Warren (3-8, 2-4), while Kristin Jacobs grabbed 11 rebounds.

Round Lake 50, Harvard 41: At McHenry, the Panthers defeated the Hornets for the second time this season.

Round Lake improved to 2-13 and 1-3 in the Northern Illinois Holiday Classic. Destiny Brown paced the Panthers with 11 points. Justice Clark had 10 and Daniella Kalume chipped in 9.

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