Maine South advances to Komaromy semifinals

 
Daily Herald report
Updated 12/27/2019 11:05 PM

In his first season as Maine South's girls basketball coach, Jeff Hamann has directed the Hawks into the semifinals of the 37th annual Komaromy Classic at Dundee-Crown High School.

The girls from Park Ridge stopped nine-time D-C champion Fenwick 55-50 in Friday's quarterfinal and will face Lake Park (10-2) in Saturday's 8 p.m. semifinal.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Niamh Gardiner (14 points), Nicole Gardiner (13), Nikki Manolis (10), Greta Miller (10) led the offense for the Hawks (10-4).

South tossed in 10 3-pointers led by Niamh Gardiner and Nicole Gardiner, who had three apiece, and Manolis with two.

Buffalo Grove 43, Hononegah 26: Senior guard Macy Floro scored a game-high 15 points with 6 rebounds and Kendra Lee added 11 points and 10 rebounds as Buffalo Grove won in consolation play of the Komaromy Holiday Classic.

Freshman Kora Kipley chipped in 8 points while Megan Fontanetta had 5 points with 2 assists and a steal for the Bison (8-6).

Naperville Central 65, Prospect 63: Eliot Dojutrek (16 points), Summer Srodulski (14), Macy Zei (13 points), Andie Will (9) and Mia Gusloff (7) were top scorers for Prospect (5-7) in consolation play of the Komaromy Holiday Classic.

Sarah Skaggs grabbed 11 rebounds, followed by Srodulski (9) and Dojutek (80 and Gusloff (8).

Schaumburg 30, Jacobs 29: Schaumburg (7-7) won its second straight game at the Bill Neibch Falcon Classic at Wheaton North.

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The Saxons will face Palatine for the consolation championship on Saturday at 3 p.m.

Talia Torosian (12 points) and Alyssa Orozco (8) led the offense for the Schaumburg, which was led by Jackie Drs. on the boards.

Palatine 46, Glenbard North 38: The Pirates made it two straight wins at the Bill Neibch Falcon Classic at Wheaton North, raising their record to 6-7. Palatine meets Schaumburg on Saturday at 3 p.m. for the consolation title.

Nazareth 42, Fremd 33: Fremd stands at 9-4 with losses in its first two games at the Montini Christmas tournament in Lombard.

Wheeling 52, Leyden 42: Chloe Drozdz scored a game-high 26 points to lead Wheeling (4-11) in the second round of the Blenner Holiday Classic at St. Viator High School.

Naomi Mettelus added 9 points for the Wildcats, who had 3-pointers from Drozdz (3), Sophia Stanke (2) and Metellus (2).

Becky Colmenares led the Eagles (2-9) with 17 points while Evelyn Abundes added 9.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

St. Viator 53, Glenbrook North 40: Joy Bergstrom (21 points), Aubrey Horbach (14) and Keeley McClellan (6) led the Lions (4-6) in second round action of their own Blenner Holiday Classic.

Christian Liberty 65, St. Anne 31: CLA (9-3) won its first game Momence Christmas Tournament with four Chargers reaching double figures -- Julia Wolke (16 points), Megan Ng (13 points), Audrey Law (10 points) and Melissa Castro (10).

Wolke had four 3-pointers and Castro had a pair.

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