Crystal Lake South rebounded from its first conference loss with a 49-39 win at McHenry on Wednesday night.
Zach Peltz led the way for the Gators with 15 points while Cooper LePage came close to a double-double with 10 points and eight rebounds.
Isaiah Kirkeeng added 10 points and five rebounds for the Gators (10-5, 6-1 FVC).
Hampshire 46, Prairie Ridge 43 (OT): At Prairie Ridge, the Whip-Purs pulled off a tough victory.
The win was the fifth straight win for Hampshire (7-10, 4-3 FVC).
Kevin Dela Paz led the Whips with 12 points, Adam Ugochukwu added 11. Nick Louis hit a 3 in overtime for his only points.
Jackson Otto and James Muse scored 10 points apiece to lead the Wolves (7-8, 2-5).
Joliet Catholic 52, Marian Central 47: At Joliet, the Hurricanes couldn’t keep up in a conference contest, losing their third straight game.
Abbey Miner led Marian Central with 15 points while Madison Kenyon added 12 of her own.
Marengo 2,401, Johnsburg 1,934: At Raymond’s Bowl, Marengo picked up a big win over a conference rival.
Grace Wzisntek picked up the series high at 582 and game high at 214.
For Johnsburg, Ana Bates had the team’s series and game high at 423 and 167, respectively.
Marengo 3,548, Johnsburg 3,098: At Raymond’s Bowl, Marengo improved to 5-1 in the KRC with a conference win.
Justin Fluger led Marengo with a 742 series and a 259 game high. Sam Leidig followed with a 605 series. Lucas Frohling also bowled a 213.
For Johnsburg, Tommy Oeffling shot the team’s series high at 558 and game high with 237.
Woodstock 3,236, McHenry 3,196: At Kingston Lanes, Woodstock picked up a win on a night the program honored its seniors.
Brady Caldwell totaled a 632 series and shot a 247 game high. Senior Clark Shulfer shot a 618 series, which included a 242 in his opening game and senior Seth Rowe added a 190 game.
McHenry was led by Dominick Caruso with 613 series and Lee McClellan who tallied a 602 series.
DeKalb 3,136, Harvard 1,761: At DeKalb, Harvard couldn’t pick up a win.
Logan Jacobs led the way for Harvard with a 445 series high and 162 game high. Winston Mendoza finished with a 421 series while Steven Austin finished with a 383.