Marengo senior guard Jennifer Heinberg scored a team-high 21 points and made three 3-pointers to lead the Indians past Richmond-Burton, 58-40, Tuesday in their Kishwaukee River Conference girls basketball game in Richmond.
Lilly Johnson added 17 points for Marengo, which maintained a one-game lead over Woodstock North for the conference lead. Alexis Kunde had seven points for the Indians (7-1, 7-0 KRC).
Rachel Baker knocked down six 3s and finished with a game-high 22 points for the Rockets (3-6, 3-4).
Woodstock North 56, Woodstock 27: At Woodstock, the host Thunder improved to 6-1 overall and 6-1 in the KRC with a win against their crosstown rival, holding Woodstock to 11 second-half points.
Lacey Schaffter had 20 points to pace North (6-1, 6-1), followed by Madison Czischki (11 points), Allison Goers (10) and Gracie Zankle (eight).
Celia Tafoya led the Blue Streaks (1-8, 1-6) with 11 points, making three 3s. Jania Lejman added seven points.
Johnsburg 50, Harvard 19: At Harvard, Macy Madsen had a game-high 16 points and hit two 3s for the Skyhawks in KRC action. Payton Toussaint and Molly Wetzel both had 12 points for Johnsburg (4-4, 4-3). Toussaint had four 3s.
Hayley Shafer led Harvard (0-7, 0-7) with 10 points and two 3s. Emma Ackland added six points.
Alden-Hebron 62, Schaumburg Christian 55: At Schaumburg, Karly Strand poured in a career-high 36 points on 12 field goals and 12-of-16 shooting from the free-throw line to lift the Giants to a Northeastern Athletic Conference victory against the Conquerors.
Strand’s 36 points represent the single-game high among area girls players. Strand scored three points in the first quarter, 12 in the second, nine in the third and 12 in the fourth.
Abby Wanderer had 14 points for A-H (2-7, 2-7), and Jessica Webber tossed in six.
Crystal Lake South 57, Crystal Lake Central 49: At Crystal Lake, Isaiah Kirkeeng poured in 20 points and made three 3s to lead the visiting Gators past the Tigers in Fox Valley Conference action. Arnav Jain added 18 points and four 3s, and Cooper LePage tossed in 11 points for South (3-4, 3-3).
Connor Bartesch had a game-high 21 points on 10 field goals, and Alex Zumski and Aidan Ritter had eight points apiece for Central (1-6, 1-6).
Johnsburg 75, Harvard 51: At Johnsburg, Dylan Schmidt knocked down six 3s and finished with a team-high 19 points in the Skyhawks’ KRC win over the Hornets. Johnsburg made 19 3s in the victory.
Even though this dunk didn’t count in the scorebook, it was an amazing sequence for Dylan Schmidt ( and the small crowd went wild)! @McHenryCoSports @NBCSPreps @JohnsburgSD12 @dhpreps pic.twitter.com/1a3eo4fWK5— Kevin Shelton (@sheltonskyhawk) March 3, 2021
Josh Notriano had 12 points on four 3s, Ian Boal had 10 points and two 3s, and Koby Sullentrup and Joseph Wolff both had eight points for the Skyhawks (6-4, 3-4). Wolff and Jake Metze (six points) each had two 3s.
Harvard’s Austin Kohley led all scorers with 20 points. Salvador Lemus had eight points, and Aldo Jimenez added seven for the Hornets (0-7, 0-7).
Woodstock North 62, Woodstock 35: At Woodstock, Rex White scored 22 points and had two 3s for the Thunder in a KRC win against the Blue Streaks. Cole Brey had 13 points, Gabriel Filetti had nine points, and Jacob Trent had six points on two 3s for North (6-1, 6-1).
Jack Novelle had 12 points to lead Woodstock (0-9, 0-7). Mateo Alcazar and Max Barnett had five points apiece.
Niles Notre Dame 65, Marian Central 32: At Niles, the Hurricanes dropped the East Suburban Catholic Conference game to the Dons. Marian fell to 2-10 overall and 0-6 in the ESCC.
Woodstock 2,636, St. Edward 1,973: At Elgin Lanes, the Blue Streaks improved to 9-1, led by high series from Alli Fansler (487) and Ceri Deacon (485). Mika Abeyta bowled a 461 series for Woodstock.
Jacobs 2,088, McHenry 2,046: At Bowlero in Algonquin, the Golden Eagles bowled three of the top four series in a win over the Warriors. Alison Gerhardt led Jacobs with a 464 series, followed by Veronica Perez (433) and Breanna Perez (430).
McHenry’s Brianna May rolled the high series (541) and high game (201). Peyton Atwater had a 410 series for the Warriors.
Huntley 3,030, Johnsburg 2,574: At Bowl-Hi Lanes in Huntley, Joshua Waters (684), Nicholas Zummo (658) and Sean Myhre (596) finished with the highest three series for the Red Raiders in the win against the Skyhawks. Waters had games of 215, 246 and 223, and Zummo had games of 192, 234 and 232. Myhre had a high game of 214.
Tommy Oeffling rolled a 586 to lead the Skyhawks, including a high game of 212.
Woodstock 2,391, St. Edward 2,303: At Elgin Lanes, Zach Cynowa led the Blue Streaks to the victory over the Green Wave, rolling a meet-high 554 series, including a high game of 246. Brady Caldwell added a 515 series for Woodstock.