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St. Edward advances to Lisle semis
Daily Herald report

St. Edward 41, Hampshire 34: Katie Swanson scored 17 points and St. Edward was able to hold off Hampshire's fourth-quarter rally to win in the Lisle Holiday Cage Classic quarterfinals. The Green Wave (9-4) play Antioch at 6:30 p.m. today in the semifinals. Madelyn Spagnola added 8 points and Clarissa Ramos had 7 for the Wave.

"This win came from our team defense," said St. Edward coach Michelle Dawson. "Hampshire made a run and we were able to hold them."

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Sara Finn led the Whip-Purs (6-5) with 16 points.

Fremd 58, Huntley 34: Ali Andrews led Huntley (12-3) with 17 points in the Red Raiders' second straight loss at the Montini tournament.

Cary-Grove 64, Lake Forest 32: Katie Barker had 13 points and Sarah Kendeigh added 10 to lead the Trojans (11-5) at the Mundelein tournament.

Streamwood 41, Lake Zurich 37: Hannah McGlone had 14 points and 10 rebounds and Holly Foret added 14 points to lead the Sabres (5-6) at Mundelein. Streamwood will play Cary-Grove today for the consolation championship.

Harvest Christian 48, St. Benedict 36: Morgan Lockwood scored 16 points and Kylee Knox had 15 points and 9 rebounds to lead Harvest (6-2) at the Alden-Hebron tournament.

Jacobs 50, Waubonsie Valley 42: Carly Sidor had 14 points and Jenn Barnec 11 to pace the Golden Eagles (3-12) at the Wheaton North tournament.

Glenbard North 34, Elgin 31: Abby Pierre-Louis scored 9 points to lead the Maroons (3-9) at Wheaton North.

Joliet Central 62, Larkin 44: Victoria Patterson (13 points), Alyssa McGhee (11) and Quixmia Washington (10) led Larkin at the Oswego East tournament.

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