Johnsburg’s Jake Calhoun scored a pair of goals as the Skyhawks defeated Richmond-Burton, 4-1, in their Kishwaukee River Conference boys soccer game Wednesday in Richmond.
The Skyhawks (4-5, 2-3) also got goals from Keegan McKinney and Armando Garcia.
Johnsburg, which scored twice in each half, got assists from Garcia, Kyle Jesuit, Trevor Roos and Nathan Huemann. Preston Michel made 11 saves in goal.
The Rockets (3-5-2, 0-4) scored early in the second half to cut the lead to 2-1, but Johnsburg came back with two more goals later.
Harvard 3 Marengo 0: At Marengo, the Hornets scored all their goals in the first half to beat the Indians in their KRC game.
Martin Quintero, Eric Aquino and Carlos Maya scored for the Hornets (7-3, 4-0). Yahir Salcedo had two saves in goal.
Marengo fell to 5-5, 1-4.
Carmel 2, Marian Central 0: At Mundelein, goalkeeper Dawson Yegge made 13 saves as the Hurricanes (3-6-0, 0-3) fell to the Corsairs in their East Suburban Catholic Conference game.
Marian coach Art Dixon lauded the defensive play of Matt Garrelts, Jacob Bonnet, Derek Emmert, Nick Giesinger, Joseph Goder and Ryan Simmons.
Woodstock North co-op 187, Richmond-Burton 205: At Bull Valley Golf Club, Frank Ferru shot 42 to lead the Thunder (6-1) to a KRC victory over the Rockets.
Sam Berry (43), Brady Heeren (45) and Aidan Sivore (47) rounded out the scoring for North.
Wauconda 174, Johnsburg 176: The Skyhawks lost a close nonconference match to the Bulldogs, with Mike Link’s 41 leading the way.
Nick Thill shot a 43 for Johnsburg, while Nick Grons and Cole Nuzzo both shot 46s.
Harvard 187, Marengo 205: At Beaver Creek in Capron, Julia Chupich fired a 1-under-par 35 to lead the Hornets past the Indians in their KRC girls golf match.
Aaralynn Schneider added a 46, while Sophie Elliott (52) and Allie Scott (54) provided the other counting scores.
Emma Leucht led Marengo with a 47. Aubrie Ettner (52), Alexa Calbow (52) and Cadance Leucht (54) also scored for the Indians.
Prairie Ridge 186, Dundee-Crown 223: At Turnberry in Lakewood, Elizabeth Tucker shot a 43 to lead the Wolves past the Chargers in their FVC match.
Ella Olas (46), Abby Kay (47) and Brooke Benjamin (50) were the Wolves’ other scoring players.
Megan Laas led D-C with a 47. Sonora Rodriguez (55), Katy Mensching (60) and Sophie Morawski (61) had D-C’s other best scores.
Crystal Lake Central co-op 190, McHenry 218: At Boone Creek in Bull Valley, Delaney Medlyn shot a 38 to lead the Tigers past the Warriors in their FVC match.
Addison Cleary shot a 47 for Central, with Ella Smith (50) and Estrella Bernal (55) as the other two scoring players.
Madison Donovan led McHenry with a 44. Kilynn Axelson added a 49 and Ali Ahrens shot a 60.
Marist 173, Marian Central 188: At The Meadows in Blue Island, Ava Notaro shot 42 to lead the Hurricanes in their East Suburban Catholic Conference loss to the RedHawks.
Ella Notaro shot 45, Nina Notaro shot 48 and Jordyn Kratochvil had a 53.
Woodstock 2, Harvard 0: At Harvard, Madelyn Moan had 10 kills as the Blue Streaks defeated the Hornets (1-10, 0-4) in their KRC match, 25-11, 25-14.
Hallie Steponaitis had five kills, Alissa Wienke added three kills. Anna Carley led Woodstock with 12 assists and Ella Wicker had 13 digs.
Jillian Cooke had four digs and one ace for the Hornets. Katelyn Duber led Harvard with two kills.
South Elgin 2, Dundee-Crown 0: At Carpentersville, Makena Wesol had five kills to lead the Chargers (4-9) in their nonconference loss to the Storm, 25-19, 25-11.
Audrey Prusko added three kills, Courtney Komparda had six assists and Kylie Hanson had five assists.
Woodstock North 2, Johnsburg 0: At Johnsburg, the Thunder won for the 10th consecutive match with a 25-17, 25-16 victory over the Skyhawks in KRC play.
North (11-2, 4-0 KRC) bolted out to a 24-8 lead in the first set. Alyssa Wickersheim had six kills, sis digs and four aces.
Faith Eddy added five kills and five aces, Lexi Hansen had three kills. Avery Crabill had three kills and three aces and Kylie Schulze had 15 assists, seven digs and two blocks.
Prairie Ridge drops two: At Wheaton, the Wolves (3-7) dropped their two matches to Benet Academy and Oak Park-River Forest at the Wheaton-Warrenville South Classic.
Benet beat Prairie Ridge, 25-12, 25-13. OPRF defeated the Wolves, 25-23, 25-22.
Ansley Morlock had nine kills and 14 digs for the Wolves. Vanessa Holtz had nine assists, and Grane Jansen had seven assists and two aces. Mackenzie Schmidt added four kills and three blocks, and Rilee Schulze had eight assists.
Woodstock North 5, McHenry 2: At Woodstock, Anika Treadway, Bethany Lintner, Ximena Garcia and Kaylee Smith won at singles to lead the Thunder to a nonconference victory.
Grant 6, Woodstock 1: At Fox Lake, Callie Reuter and Lexi Sanchez won at No. 3 doubles for the Blue Streaks’ only triumph in the nonconference match.
Reuter and Sanchez lost the first set 7-6 (7-5), then came back with wins of 6-1 and 10-7.
Isa Kozlow lost at No. 3 singles in three sets for the Streaks.
Crystal Lake South 4, Grayslake North 2: At Crystal Lake, Abby Jurrens won at No. 3 singles, and the Gators took all three doubles matches to win the nonconference match.
Jaden Appelhans and Christina Lin won in three sets at No. 1 doubles. Elena Cangelosi and Gracelyn Gabel won at No. 2 doubles and Marissa Baietto and Vrinda Brahmbhatt won at No. 3 doubles.
McHenry 119, Jacobs-Hampshire co-op 51: At Algonquin, Andrea Avila and Morgan Donovan both had individual and relay victories to lead the Warriors to an FVC victory over the Golden Eagles.
Avila won the 100-yard butterfly and also swam on the winning 200 medley and 400 freestyle relays.
Donovan won the 100 breaststroke and swam on the winning 200 medley and 200 freestyle relays.
Other winners for McHenry were Abby Anderson (200 freestyle), Reilly Byron (200 individual medley) and Riley Tobin (500 freestyle).
Jacobs’ winners were Katelyn Mumper (100 backstroke and 100 freestyle) and Carly Pierzcalsk (50 freestyle),
McHenry County College 3, Moraine Valley 0: At Crystal Lake, the Scots (16-4, 3-0) took care of the Cyclones (4-3, 1-1) in their Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference match in straight sets, 25-19, 25-17, 25-16.
Courtney Knutson led MCC with 15 kills and nine digs. Hannah Baudin had 30 assists and two aces.