Brittany Collins was a force for Maine West as the Warriors claimed a 57-47 victory over visiting Lake Zurich on Wednesday in nonconference play.
Collins, a senior forward, pumped in a game-high 33 points, making 14 field goals and 5-for-8 at the foul line.
Senior guard Erin Ross contributed 9 points and senior center Julia Huinker had 6 for the Warriors, who held the Bears to 7 points in the second quarter on the way to grabbing a 29-19 halftime lead.
Sophomores Frankie Nasca and Abby Pirron had 10 points apiece to pace Lake Zurich.
Mundelein 43, Lake Forest 38: On Tuesday night, Maggie Mahar scored 14 points for the visiting Mustangs in their North Suburban Lake win.
Jamie Hemmer added 9 points for Mundelein (18-7, 7-4), which won its second in a row and seventh in eight games.
Lake Forest's Annie Keller led all scorers with 16 points.
Deerfield 58, Lakes 43: On Tuesday night, Sam Ney scored 12 points and freshman Izzy Quaranta added 7 for the visiting Eagles in their nonconference loss.
Lakes (5-21) trailed 30-22 at halftime.
"We continue to come out with no energy in the third quarter," Eagles coach Pete Schneider said. "We tried many different things but continue to struggle after the break."
Schneider said junior Olivia Pawlak also played well, as she continues to improve.
Deerfield was led by Haley Greer with 19 points.
"(Coach) Mike Muldrow always has his kids ready to play," Schneider said. "They play well together."