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    Felicelli, Kloss lead Carmel victory
    Daily Herald report

    Kathleen Felicelli scored 17 points, Cassidy Kloss added 13 and Carmel Catholic's girls basketball team cruised past host Waukegan 74-32 in nonconference action Tuesday night.

    Carmel (17-7) also received 8 points from Alexa Svoboda.

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    New Trier 55, Libertyville 31: The visiting Trevians handed the Wildcats their fourth straight loss.

    Libertyville (8-16) was led in scoring by Rosie Lynch's 9 points. The Wildcats trailed only 17-14 after one quarter and 27-21 at halftime.

    "We saw some great effort in the first half that allowed us to stay within striking distance," Libertyville coach Greg Pedersen said.

    Grant 60, Wauconda 53: On Monday, Grant celebrated senior night by rallying from a 30-28 halftime deficit to capture the North Suburban Prairie victory.

    Seniors Kaylie Kanzler (18 points), Julia Sangster (8), Kaitlyn Wold (6) and Michelle Filip (4) combined for 36 points for the winning Bulldogs. Sophomore point guard Jasmine Sangster added 14 points for Grant (10-13, 6-5).

    Wauconda guard Lauren Nee led all scorers with 20 points, including six 3-pointers. Maddie Gaschler tallied 8 points for Wauconda (10-10, 5-6).

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