Richmond-Burton’s boys basketball team picked up its first win of the season with a 62-35 nonconference victory over Williams Bay (Wisc.) on Tuesday in Richmond.
Maddox Meyer led the way for the Rockets with 17 points. Jacob Nelson added 10.
Woodstock North 62, Stillman Valley 58: At Woodstock, the Thunder had a strong second half in a nonconference victory. Rex White scored 21 points for North, Cesar Ortiz had 12, and Jake McConnell had 10.
Johnsburg 72, Grayslake Central 69: At Grayslake, Jacob Welch scored 16 points, while Dylan Schmidt and Joe Wolff had 15 apiece in the nonconference win for the Skyhawks (3-2).
Stillman Valley 52, Marengo 23: At Stillman Valley, Marengo’s offense was held in check in a nonconference loss. Gianna Almeida led the Indians with eight points.
Crystal Lake Central 57, McHenry 25: At McHenry, the Tigers rolled to a Fox Valley Conference victory over the Warriors. The Tigers’ Katie Hamill led all scorers with 12 points. Paige Keller added 11.
Alyssa Franklin led McHenry with nine points.
Grant 63, Johnsburg 57: At Fox Lake, the Skyhawks came up just short on the road. Macy Madsen scored 17 points, Molly Wetzel added 13, and Kaylee Fouke had 10.
Schaumburg Christian 66, Alden-Hebron 23: At Schaumburg, the Giants were no match for Schaumburg Christian.
Rachel Freitag led Alden-Hebron (3-3) with eight points.
Crystal Lake South 43, Dundee-Crown 38: At Crystal Lake, the Gators held on for a win over D-C. Kree Nunnally led all scorers with 13 points for CLS (2-3). Jessica Norwood added 11.
Kendall Brents and Kate Raby each had 10 points for the Chargers.
Antioch 42, Richmond-Burton 34: At Antioch, Brianna Maldonado scored 17 points, but the Rockets fell short.
Oregon 57, Harvard 28: At Harvard, the Hornets were unable to keep pace with Oregon in a loss. Julia Chupich had a team-high 12 points in the loss.
Jacobs 34, Gary-Grove 32: At Cary, the Golden Eagles narrowly escaped with a victory in a close FVC showdown. Mackenzie Leahy led Jacobs with 17 points.
Grant 2,696, Johnsburg 2,179: At Raymond’s Bowl, the Skyhawks were short more than 500 pins in a loss at home.
Ana Bates had the top series for Johnsburg in the loss with a 525 and the high game of 233.
Woodstock 2,378, Harvard 1,946: At J’s Lanes, the Blue Streaks earned a road win against the Hornets.
Norah Mungle led the Streaks to the Kishwaukee River Conference win with the high series of the match (553) and the high game (218).
McHenry 2,060, Grayslake Central 1,873: At Raymond’s Bowl, the Warriors came out on top thanks to a high series and game from Emily Carpenter.
Carpenter had a 470 series and a 192 high game, while Gina Greenwald had a 443 series, and Brie May came in at 405.
Woodstock 2,570, Harvard 2,045: At J’s Lanes, Woodstock earned a KRC win in Harvard.
Zach Cynowa led the way with a match high series of 553 and the high game of 213, and William Reese had a 462 series.