Sam Ney found her touch, pouring in 21 points, as Lakes' girls basketball team earned a 63-45 nonconference win over host Glenbrook North in Northbrook on Saturday.
Lakes applied a full-court press that took the Spartans out of their game early and put the Eagles up 21-2 after one quarter.
Kelsey Kohler added 13 points for Lakes (5-20), and Ellie Haviland chipped in 7.
"We tried some different lineups and the kids responded well," Eagles coach Pete Schneider said. "This is a great bunch of kids, no jealousy. They are always showing support for each other. Their ability to not give up is a trait that will allow them to be successful in any endeavor."
Alyssa Brey, Nicole Denman and Izzy Quaranta added some great defense, Schneider said.
Glenbrook North was led by Maddie Baresis and Ilana Malman with 9 and 8 points, respectively.
Mundelein 44, Palatine 42: Jamie Hemmer scored 11 points, and the visiting Mustangs, playing their third game in as many nights, pulled out the nonconference win.
Mundelein (17-7) also received 9 points from Maggie Mahar, as the Mustangs won for the 12th time in 14 games.
Woodstock North 51, Warren 45: The nonconference loss dropped the Blue Devils' record to 7-18.
Grayslake North at Evanston, ppd.: The nonconference was postponed due to the inclement weather and tentatively rescheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 12.