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Smith, Vernon Hills handle Fenwick at Willowbrook
Daily Herald report

Vernon Hills' Sydney Smith shot 5-for-8 on 3-pointers to help the Cougars past Fenwick 60-46 in the 24th Annual McDonald's Shootout on Monday at Willowbrook High School in Villa Park.

Smith finished 10-for-16 from the field and 4-for-4 at the foul line on her way to a game-high 29 points.

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Lauren Webb reached double digits in scoring with 11 points and had a team-best 8 defensive rebounds. Smith led Vernon Hills (16-5) in total rebounds with 9, including 4 offensive boards, and Kasey Firnbach had 7 points, 6 rebounds and 2 assists.

The Cougars outscored Fenwick 20-12 in the first quarter before essentially playing even through the second and third quarters. But Vernon Hills held Fenwick to 6 points in the final period.

Lake Forest 49, Round Lake 34: Annie Keller scored 16 points and Maddie Wells added 13 for the visiting Scouts in the matinee.

Round Lake (3-19) received 8 points from Destiny Brown and 6 apiece from Justice Clark and Daniella Kalume.

Lake Forest led only 11-10 after one quarter, before outscoring the Panthers 15-6 in the second. Lake Forest was up 40-21 after three.

Notre Dame 68, Grayslake North 44: At Washington on Saturday, the Knights saw their four-game winning streak snapped.

Four players scored in double figures for the Irish, who more than doubled the Knights by halftime at 36-17.

Mattie Bielfeldt and Caitlin Haisler each scored 18 points to lead ND, while Bridget Bill added 12 and Katie Bill 10.

Kendall Detweiler was high scorer for Grayslake North with 18 points.

Mundelein 55, Elk Grove 43: Jamie Hemmer scored 15 points and Natalie Busscher scored 11 points to lead Mundelein to a nonconference victory on Monday. The Mustangs also got 9 points from Lauren Rouse. Mundelein is now 13-6 on the season.

Mundelein 51, Warren 43: Mundelein's victory over Warren on Saturday marked the first time since Brian Evans became head coach in 1998 that the Mustangs swept Warren in their regular-season series. Jamie Hemmer scored 17 points while Natalie Busscher added 11 points. Meanwhile Lauren Rouse and Maria DeVito each chipped in with 9 points apiece.

Warren got 13 points apiece out of Kristen O'Brien and Sammi Jo Nixon.

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