2016-'17 Season Coverage
updated: 1/13/2017 10:48 PM

Dundee-Crown upsets Huntley; West Aurora takes down South Elgin

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Paige Gieske scored 12 points and Allison Michalski added 10 Friday night to lead Dundee-Crown's girls basketball team to a 40-33 Fox Valley Conference upset of league leader Huntley.

The Chargers moved to 10-11 for the season and 4-5 in the FVC with the win.

Morgan Clausen had 10 points and Jackie Dorin added 8 for Huntley (9-7, 6-2).

West Aurora 60, South Elgin 49: Dajour Miles had a career effort to lift West Aurora past the Storm in a battle between unbeaten Upstate Eight Valley foes. The sophomore transfer from Waubonsie Valley scored 21 points to spearhead the Blackhawks' victory.

"The key was to attack the basket and just have fun," Miles said.

West Aurora (9-8, 4-0) also denied the Storm standout, Mackie Kelleher, from reaching the 1,000-point career barrier. The Storm post had 11 points to fall 8 short of the mark as South Elgin fell to 10-6, 3-1.

"I hope to break it Tuesday at our next game," Kelleher said.

Kayla Battle added 10 points and 10 rebounds for the Blackhawks.

St. Charles North 65, Larkin 28: Elizabeth Olsem had 16 points and Anna Davern added 13 for the North Stars (12-7, 4-2) in this Upstate Eight River game.

Aurora Christian 68, Rockford Christian Life 31: Alexandra Fry hit five 3-pointers and had 19 points while Tori Henning added 18 for Aurora Christian (14-4, 7-0) in its Northeastern Athletic Conference win. Paris Chaney added 12 points for the Eagles.

Elgin 43, Westminster Christian 39: In the Elgin City Classic, Makenna Downing led Elgin with 11 points. Raechel Untalan and Ali Reynolds added 8 points each for the Maroons (4-15). Elise Van Noord had 19 points and 7 rebounds while Jaks Kelty added 12 points and 12 rebounds for Westminster (4-14).

Jacobs 56, CL Central 45: Carly Sidor scored 19 points and Maggie Grady added 14 to help Jacobs win this FVC game. Elizabeth Schwartz had 9 points for the Golden Eagles (7-9, 5-3) and Kerri Healy 8.

Kevin McGavin contributed to this report

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