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Grayslake North nets FVC Fox title
Daily Herald report

Grayslake North's girls basketball team wrapped up the Fox Valley Conference Fox Division championship for the second year in a row Tuesday night, beating visiting Woodstock North 53-30.

The victory also gave the Knights, who finished 11-1 in the division, their third straight 20-win season. Grayslake North (20-8) will host Huntley in the FVC first-place crossover game Friday night.

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Kendall Detweiler and Brittney Thibeaux scored 19 points each to lead the Knights, who stretched their season-best winning streak to eight games.

Antioch 65, Lake Forest 39: Paige Gallimore scored 31 points, including three 3-pointers, to lead the Sequoits and improve their record to 21-6.

Antioch coach Tim Borries added Alexis Duehr had her second solid game in a row, scoring 11 points while forcing 4 Lake Forest turnovers and pulling in 6 rebounds. Carly McCameron and Amy Reiser grabbed 6 rebounds apiece. Hannah Bohn came off the bench to sink two 3-pointers and finish with a season-high 8 points.

Annie Keller had 15 points for Lake Forest.

Libertyville 35, Lakes 27: Andi Katz came off the bench to score a career-high 15 points on 5-of-7 shooting from three-point range, as the visiting Wildcats won their second game in a row.

"Andi was on fire," Libertyville coach Greg Pedersen said after his team improved to 10-17. "What a great way for her to finish the regular season in her senior year."

Lakes coach Pete Schneider said his squad played one of its better games defensively.

Olivia Pawlak grabbed 12 rebounds, and the junior played strong defense.

"She continues to improve," Schneider said. "I am excited to see how good she can be."

Kelsey Kohler (ankle) retuurned to the Lakes lineup and scored a basket but played only a couple of minutes. Kohler and fellow seniors Alexis Lee and Sam Ney played their final home game.

"We had a hard time finding the basket tonight," Schneider said. "We missed a ton of bunnies. I am very proud of these seniors. They are some of the best kids I have worked with. It was a tough year to get wins and yet they are all going to continue to play in college, a tribute to their love for the game."

Ellie Haviland led Lakes (5-23) with 7 points, and Ney added 6. Lee pulled down 8 rebounds to go with her 4 points.

Stevenson 68, Wauconda 39: The Patriots (21-8) were led by Sophia Way, who scored 23 points, and Taylor Buford, who added 17.

Lauren Nee led the Bulldogs by scoring 18 points, including sinking three 3-pointers, and grabbing 3 rebounds. Jessie Wood scored 11 points and had 6 rebounds for Wauconda (10-13).

Lake Zurich 70, Round Lake 32: The visiting Bears received 15 points apiece from Theresa Baumann and Abby Pirron, while Elly Daleske added 12.

Lake Zurich (7-18) also got 7 points apiece from Rachel Kuehr and Casey McGinnis.

Round Lake (5-22) was led by Destiny Brown's 16 points.

Grayslake Central 58, Woodstock 33: Morgan Dahlstrom's 24 points and Carson Sparkman's 13 led the Rams (18-9, 10-2) in their Fox Valley Fox finale.

Grant 43, Warren 27: Kaylie Kanzler scored 14 points to lead the Bulldogs in the North Suburban crossover.

Grant (11-15) also received 10 points from Taylor Drake.

Warren (9-19) got 14 points from Kristen O'Brien.

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