2017-'18 Season Coverage
updated: 12/5/2017 10:32 PM

Gosell helps Grayslake Central win at Antioch

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Grayslake Central's girls basketball team stayed perfect in the Northern Lake County Conference race with a 51-23 victory over host Antioch on Tuesday.

Senior Jordyn Gosell made a pair of 3s and finished with a game-high 17 points to lead the way for the Rams (5-4 overall, 3-0 NLCC).

Sophomore Kate Bullman had 11 points for Grayslake Central.

Olivia Ori was one of the three players to finish with 5 points for Antioch (0-8, 0-3); she led the Sequoits with 7 rebounds.

Grant 56, Lakes 39: Grant pounced on Lakes early and was out to a 24-7 lead after the first quarter.

Ally Mahinay poured in a game-high 18 points on four 3-pointers to lead the visiting Bulldogs.

Taylor Lehman topped Lakes with 10 points.

Grant improves to 5-3 overall and 2-1 in the Northern Lake County Conference while Lakes drops to 2-7 and 1-2 in the NLCC.

Grayslake North 44, Round Lake 29: The Knights stretched their win streak to four games and remained tied for the NLCC lead after a victory at home.

Savannah Guenther led the Knights (4-4, 3-0) with 18 points; her sister Abbey added 15 points.

Round Lake slipped to 1-2 in the league.

Mundelein 44, Zion-Benton 28: The host Mustangs held the Zee-Bees to 2 points in the third quarter on their way to picking up a first win in NSC play.

Morgan Frank and Hannah Buscher scored 9 points apiece to lead the way for Mundelein (2-6, 1-2), and Kendall Klatt had 8 points.

Vernon Hills 49, Deerfield 43: Piper Bedell scored 14 points and had 7 rebounds and 2 assists to lead Vernon Hills to its second straight victory in the Central Suburban League North.

The Cougars (5-3, 2-0) also got 13 points and 3 assists from Nicole Pieper and 10 points from Daniella Jarrell.

"Overall we played pretty well," Vernon Hills coach Paul Brettner said. "Our defense got some stops when we needed them and we played hard. Credit (Deerfield) for making some nice adjustments to come back and tie the game."

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