Stevenson hits 11 3s in win over Warren

Daily Herald report
Updated 1/9/2019 10:23 PM

Stevenson hit 11 3-pointers Wednesday night that led to a 64-43 North Suburban Conference girls basketball victory over Warren.

Nikki Ware led the Patriots (13-7, 4-4) with 14 points, which included four 3-pointers.

Simone Sawyer added 13 points in the win, Ava Bardic scored 12 and Avery King had 11.

Jataia Harris paced Warren (5-14, 2-4) with 10 points while Trenise Powe and Macy Kocen added 8 each for the Blue Devils.

Lake Zurich 39, Mundelein 18: Margaret Spear and Ella Gilbertson scored 10 points each and Anna Biergans added 8 to lead the Bears (9-12, 4-3) to a NSC win. Kendall Klatt had 8 points, 5 rebounds and 2 steals for Mundelein (6-14, 2-6).

Wauconda 43, Antioch 29: In the Northern Lake County Conference game, Kiley Szmajda had 15 points and 9 rebounds, and Allie Tylka added 14 points, 8 rebounds and 8 steals to pace Wauconda (15-3, 4-2). Piper Foote, Miranda Chamberlin and Avery Larson scored 5 points each for Antioch (3-15, 1-7).

Round Lake 71, Grant 48: On Tuesday night, Diane Flade scored a career-high 26 points, Giselle Raygoza added 16, and the host Panthers won in Northern Lake County Conference action.

Flade hit five 3-pointers, as Round Lake improved to 10-8 and 4-3 in the NLCC. It's the Panthers' most wins since they went 23-5 in 2008-09.

"Our seniors really stepped up throughout this game on both ends of the floor," Round Lake coach Molly Hennig said. "Diane, Emily (Etherington) and Giselle hit some big shots for us, and our posts had some key stops in the paint. Getting (freshman) Taylor Major back gave us a huge boost from the bench as well. It was a total team effort from start to finish."

Etherington and Major each scored 9 points, as the Panthers avenged their Nov. 30 loss to the Bulldogs. Major had missed 13 games in row with a knee injury.

Grant (12-7, 6-2) received 10 points apiece from Ally Mahinay and Katelyn Dupree.

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