Delaney Garden racked up 20 strikeouts for Jacobs on Tuesday in a dominant 7-1 Fox Valley Conference home win over Cary-Grove in Algonquin.
Garden allowed one earned run on two hits in seven innings, while also helping her own cause at the plate with a double and a solo home run.
CiCi DiSilvio and Abbey Nesnidal also homered in the victory.
Huntley 12, Hampshire 4: At Hampshire, the Red Raiders came out firing on all cylinders, scoring seven runs in the top of the first inning on the way to a comfortable FVC road win.
Alex Kiriakopoulous was 2 for 4 with a home run and two RBIs in the victory, Katie Mitchell was 3 for 5 with a double, two steals and two RBIs and Alyssa Enstrom had three hits and a stolen base.
Williams Bay 17, Alden-Hebron 2: At Hebron, the Giants managed only one hit in a one-sided loss at home.
Freshman Hannah Reiter doubled and Jessica Webber had one RBI.
Burlington Central 16, Prairie Ridge 11: At Burlington, the Wolves dropped to 3-5 overall with an FVC loss to the Rockets.
Emma Harlow had two hits and an RBI for Prairie Ridge, Nichole Kiddy had two hits, a double and three RBIs, Elena Smith homered and drove in two runs and Lindsey Smollen had three hits, three runs and two RBIs.
Marengo 8, Woodstock 2: At Woodstock, Maddy Christopher had a big day for Marengo, picking up four hits in a Kishwaukee River Conference road win over the Blue Streaks.
Christopher scored three times and plated one run in the victory, While Courtney Jasinski was 3 for 4 with a pair of RBIs.
Richmond-Burton 15, Woodstock 5: At Richmond, the Rockets’ bats were too much for the Blue Streaks to contain in a one-sided KRC affair.
Storm Duncan was the winning pitcher for R-B, allowing five runs on four hits and four walks over five innings.
Joseph Mrowiec was 2 for 4 with a three-run home run and four RBIs, and Griffin Taylor was 2 for 3 with a triple and three RBIs.
Ben Baker took the loss for the Streaks, allowing seven runs on eight hits over four innings.
Crystal Lake Central 6, McHenry 1: At McHenry, Jack Dunlea threw five strong innings for the Tigers in an FVC road win over the Warriors.
Dunlea allowed one run on one hit and four walks in five innings.
Woodstock North 5, Harvard 2: At Harvard, a three-run fifth inning made the difference for the Thunder in a KRC win.
Felipe DeAvila was 3 for 4 with a home run in the win, while Christian Solo-Garcia and Blake Hermann had two hits apiece.
Cary-Grove 6, Prairie Ridge 4: At Cary, a two-run sixth inning put the Trojans up for good in an FVC win over the Wolves.
Bobby Jannusch had a hit and two RBIs for C-G in the win and Toby Splitt doubled, walked and drove in one run.
Steve Churak earned the win in relief of Jannusch. He allowed one hit over two spotless innings of relief work, while striking out three.
Jacobs 9, Crystal Lake South 3: At Crystal Lake, the Golden Eagles piled up 15 hits in a big offensive effort on the road against the Gators.
Kyle Washington had a four-hit day for the Golden Eagles, and Matt Flondro earned the FVC win, allowing three runs on four hits in 4 1/3 innings.
James Allie took the loss for South, allowing four runs on five hits in an inning of relief.
Dundee-Crown 11, Hampshire 8: At Carpentersville, the Chargers put together a pair of four-run innings on the way to a high-scoring FVC win over the Whip-Purs.
Nick Tampa and Kaden Mannis both had one double and three RBIs for D-C, and Justin Colon walked four times and scored three times.
Huntley 7, Burlington Central 5: At Huntley, Ryan Kelly was 2 for 3 with a home run and two RBIs to lead the way for the Red Raiders in an FVC win.
Adam Guazzo earned the win, giving up three runs on five hits and a walk, while striking out seven.
Prairie Ridge 5, Hampshire 1: At Crystal Lake, the Wolves picked up a comfortable FVC home win over the Whip-purs.
Alexis Celentano scored one goal and assisted on three others in the victory. Abby Kirk, Mack Nelson, Gam Gablenz and Ellie King added one goal each for the Wolves.
McHenry 1, Dundee-Crown 0: At Carpentersville, one goal was all it took for the Warriors in a clean sheet FVC win over the Chargers on the road.
Gracie Gasmann scored the contest’s lone goal on an assist from Sophie Gasmann, while Emerson Gasmann made three saves in the shutout.
Huntley 3, Jacobs 0: At Huntley, a pair of goals from Ashley Donselaar led the way for the Red Raiders in an FVC win over the Golden Eagles.
Hanna Helzer also scored as Huntley improved to 2-3 overall and in FVC play.
Jacobs 7, McHenry 0: At Algonquin, the Golden Eagles cruised past McHenry in an FVC dual meet, winning all seven matches in two sets.
Four of Jacobs’ seven victories were 6-0, 6-0 wins.
Huntley 6, Cary-Grove 1: At Cary, the Red Raiders picked up a solid FVC win on the road by earning victories in all but the first singles match.
Stan Kurtek and Aryaan Khalil picked up singles wins for Huntley, while Sam Kedzior scored the Trojans’ lone win.
Woodstock 4, Woodstock North 3: At Woodstock, the Blue Streaks earned a narrow KRC rivalry win on the road over the Thunder.
The Streaks won all three singles matches and one doubles match to secure the victory.
BOYS TRACK AND FIELD
Harvard triangular: Woodstock North’s Jack Duenas won the 110-meter high hurdles, the 300 intermediate hurdles and the triple jump to lead the Thunder to a victory with 109 1/2 points. Harvard had 34 1/2, South Beloit had 18.
Jorge Aragon was the Thunder’s other double individual winner, taking the 1,600 and 3,200. Also winning for North was Brandon Walker (100), Chris Waldack (200), Nii Amoo (400), Garrison Herendeen (high jump), Mark Duenas (long jump) and Jacob McConnell (discus).
Harvard got wins from Bryce Fiegel (pole vault) and Oscar Hernandez (shot put).
GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD
Harvard 113, Woodstock North 34: At Harvard, the Hornets’ Brenna Uppleger won the 100, 200 and long jump as they defeated the Thunder.
Audrey Baird won the 100 high and 300 low hurdles for Harvard. The Hornets’ other winners were Christina Koleno (800), Lizeth Flores (1,600), Nicole Garcia (discus) and Abby Perkins (pole vault).
The Thunder got wins from Hailey Drach (400), Ximena Garcia (shot put), Lexi Hansen (high jump) and Dani Hansen (triple jump)
Richmond-Burton 27, Antioch 18: At Richmond, the Rockets picked up wins at 138, 170, 220 and 225 pounds to take down Antioch.
R-B also won at 132 via forfeit.
McHenry 66, Grayslake Central 16: At McHenry, all but one of their wins came from forfeits, but a win is still a win for the Warriors.
Rocky Piehl defeated Grayslake Central’s Dennis Carcamo at 138.