Anna Campanelli had a career-high scoring day for Huntley in a 65-24 victory over McHenry in Fox Valley Conference action Tuesday in Huntley.
Campanelli scored 17 points as the Red Raiders improved to 9-4 overall and 5-0 in the FVC.
Crystal Lake Central 51, Hampshire 33: At Crystal Lake, the Tigers were victorious in an FVC showdown with the Whip-Purs.
Paige Keller led CLC (12-5, 4-0 FVC) with 16 points, while Isabelle Szela and Katie Hamill pitched in with 12 apiece.
Cary-Grove 40, Crystal Lake South 37: At Cary, the Trojans held on in a close FVC win over the Gators.
Maddie Scharrenberg led the way with 18 points for C-G (8-5, 2-2). Kree Nunnally scored 14 for South (3-11, 1-3), all of which came in the second half.
Prairie Ridge 48, Dundee-Crown 25: At Crystal Lake, Elani Nanos led the Wolves with 16 points and six assists in a FVC victory over the Chargers.
Nanos’ six assists made her Prairie Ridge’s career leader in that category with 121.
Richmond-Burton 55, Faith Christian (Wis.) 27: At Richmond, the Rockets cruised past the visiting Eagles.
Jason Miller led the way with 12 points, and Maddox Meyer added 11.
Huntley 3,459, McHenry 3,190: At Raymond’s Bowl in Johnsburg, Joshua Waters led the Red Raiders with a high series of 679 and a high game of 254 to take down the Warriors.
Hayes Porsche added a 611 series, and AJ DeBello had a 568. Dominic Caruso led McHenry with a 556.
Marengo 3,349, Johnsburg 2,945: At Glo Bowl in Marengo, Justin Fluger led the way with a 676 series and a 229 high game for Marengo.
Sam Leidig also topped 600 for Marengo with a 604 series and a 225 high game. Landon Banaszynski led Johnsburg with a 561 series.
Marengo 2,479, Johnsburg 1,813: At Glo Bowl, Grace Wzientek led Marengo with high series (564) and high game (243) in a win over the Skyhawks.
Ana Bates had the high game for Johnsburg with a 142, and Emma Rung had a 137.
Marengo triangular: At Marengo, the home team won, 42-27, over Woodstock.
Gavin Loiselle, Caleb Sciame, Alex Iversen and Tim Hunt won for Woodstock.
The Streaks then bounced back against Boylan with a 51-9 win in which Iversen, Loiselle, and Sciame each earned a second win.