2017-'18 Season Coverage
updated: 11/19/2016 10:48 PM

Reiser twins pace Antioch against Lake Forest

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Amy Reiser had a triple-double of 13 points, 12 rebounds and 10 steals, and Antioch's girls basketball team rallied to beat Lake Forest 47-43 in Vernon Hills' Thanksgiving tournament on Saturday.

Ashley Reiser scored 11 of her 13 points in the fourth quarter and also grabbed 10 rebounds for the Sequoits (2-1), who got 12 points from Taylor Feltner. Antioch closed the game with an 8-0 run in the final 1:20.

Maeve Summerville had 13 points and 9 rebounds for Lake Forest (2-1). Delaney Williams also had 13 points for the Scouts, and Ellie Pearson had 10.

Evanston 37, Stevenson 34: At Schaumburg, the Wildkits handed the Patriots their first loss.

Ashley Richardson and Klaire Steffens had 17 and 10 points, respectively, for Stevenson (2-1), which resumes the tournament Tuesday night against Wheaton Warrenville South.

Mother McAuley 56, Grayslake Central 31: At Buffalo Grove, the Rams fell to 0-2.

Amanda Larson and Ania Barnes each had 6 points for Grayslake Central.

Rolling Meadows 58, Lakes 37: At Lakes, the Eagles fell to 0-3 in Lake Zurich's Turkey Thriller.

Savannah Sikora and Natalie Iacopetti led Lakes with 9 and 8 points, respectively. Paule Ceneac had 5 points and 6 rebounds.

Rolling Meadows improved to 3-0.

"They jumped on us quickly with their press, but we recovered well before halftime," Lakes coach Brian Phelan said. "Great third quarter for us. We need to clean up our fourth quarter. Proud we played hard each and every possession."

Lake Zurich 40, Deerfield 27: At Lakes, the Bears' win pushed their record to 2-1 in their Turkey Thriller.

Carmel 59, Grant 34: At Mundelein, the Corsairs improved to 4-1 and finished second in the tournament.

Jen Giesey and freshman Katie Lach led Carmel with 15 and 14 points, respectively. Freshman Ranya Jamison added 12 for the Corsairs. Lach and Daija Pruitt were selected to the all-tournament team for Carmel.

Grant placed Mallory Harrity and Makiah Linbo on the all-tournament team.

Grayslake North 49, Highland Park 46: At Mundelein, the Knights wrapped up the tournament with a 3-2 record.

Abby Fish, Savannah Guenther and Sidney Lovitsch represented Grayslake North on the all-tournament team.

Glenbrook South 51, Mundelein 26: At Mundelein, the Titans won the tournament with a 5-0 record.

Mundelein (2-3) placed three players on the all-tournament team: Sarah Ouimet, Morgan Frank and Rachel Tipperreiter.

Warren 50, Resurrection 29: On Friday night, Jordyn Hughes scored 19 points, as the host Blue Devils won their season opener.

Rebekah Foley had 11 points for Warren, and Kaylen Dickson scored seven.

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