Taylor Charles was on another level for Burlington Central on Friday in a 63-53 Fox Valley Conference win over McHenry in Burlington.
Charles turned in not just a triple-double, but even flirted with double digits in a fourth category with 17 points, 11 rebounds, 10 blocks and six assists for the Rockets (11-6, 6-1 FVC).
Rylie DuVal shared the scoring lead for Central with 17 points, and Sam Origel added 10 points. Adriana Gerstung’s 11 points were tops for McHenry (8-13, 1-7).
Prairie Ridge 54, Jacobs 40: At Algonquin, the Wolves (17-3, 6-2 FVC) snagged an FVC win away from home against Jacobs (11-9, 5-3) led by Elani Nanos and Karsen Karlblom.
Nanos led PR (17-3, 6-2) with 15 points, Karlblom added 12 and Abby Kay scored 10.
Cary-Grove 57, Crystal Lake Central 45: At Cary, Emily Lukowski led all scorers with 22 points for the Trojans (11-6, 5-3) in an FVC victory over the Tigers (13-8, 5-3).
Maddie Scharrenberg added 14 points in the win.
Hampshire 50, Crystal Lake South 35: At Crystal Lake, the Whip-Purs earned an FVC victory on the road thanks in large part to 17 points from Adam Ugochukwu.
Kevin Anthony De La Paz and Joey Costabile added nine points apiece for Hampshire, while Cooper LePage led the Gators with 10 points.
Prairie Ridge 53, Jacobs 40: At Algonquin, the Wolves secured an FVC win on the road.
Jackson Otto led PR with 13 points and James Muse was just behind him with 12.
Johnsburg 3,189, Woodstock 2,863: At Raymond’s Bowl in Johnsburg, the Skyhawks rode excellent performances from Aiden Schwichow and Landon Banaszynski to victory over the Blue Streaks.
Schwichow had the high game of the match with a 266 in Game 2 and finished with a 635 series, while Banaszynski had the high series of the match with a 643 and a high game of 236 in Game 3.
Brady Caldwell led Woodstock with a 599 series, and Noah Rodriguez had its high game with a 233 in Game 3.
Crystal Lake Central 72, Jacobs 12: At Crystal Lake, the Tigers earned a decisive FVC win at home.
Thomas Hammond, Cayden Parks, Connor Lezama, Dillon Carlson, John Barrick and Leonardo Diaz each won via pin for Central.