Created:Thursday, December 6, 2012 11:47 p.m.CDT
Updated:Friday, December 7, 2012 5:14 p.m.CDT

Turner hits 1,000 in Streaks’ victory

RICHMOND – Woodstock’s Jordan Turner became the fourth player in school history to score 1,000 points after his 26-point performance carried the Blue Streaks to a 59-42 nonconference win over Richmond-Burton on Thursday night.

Turner made nine baskets and was 6 of 8 from the free-throw line. He did most of his scoring in the third quarter when he poured in 12 points.

Damian Stoneking added 12 points for the Blue Streaks.

Elgin Academy 49, Faith Lutheran 47: At Elgin, Michael Dykstra led all scorers with 20 points, and Ben Boyer added 15 points and 18 rebounds for the Saints (0-6), who lost on a last-second shot.


Huntley 35, CL South 31: At Huntley, the Red Raiders picked up extra team points with pins and major decisions to defeat the Gators in a Fox Valley Conference dual meet.

The Red Raiders got back-to-back pins from Ricky Vigil (120 pounds) and Brandon Meyer (126), and also got falls from Mike Walker (170) and Brandon Mabry (220). Zach Stenger (113) and Christian Thompson (182) both added major decision wins for Huntley.

Nick Gil (132), Brian Pence (195) and Rolan Gastfield (285) all had pins for the Gators.

CL Central 51, Woodstock North 21: At Woodstock, Mike Peterson, Kyle Fugiel, Max Enxing, Andrew Marsden, Justin Ellman and Darwin Stone recorded pins for the Tigers in their FVC win.

Woodstock North won at 106 and 113 by forfeit.

Grayslake North 41, Johnsburg 29: At Grayslake, seven of the 14 matches were decided by means of pin, and the Knights won four of those.

The matches went back and forth all night, but Johnsburg fell in the lighter weight classes and it cost them down the stretch.

Grayslake Central 63, Woodstock 9: At Woodstock, the Rams won five matches by forfeit and won all but two matches on the night.

Alan Hafer won his match for the Blue Streaks at 160 pounds, and Ryan Plourde defeated Glenn Stearns for the only other victory for Woodstock.

McHenry 40, Jacobs 24: At Algonquin, Brad Ostdick (138) and Wade Lardy (152) won by technical fall for the Warriors (10-0), with Angel Hernandez (285) recording a fall and Luke Krauser (182) winning, 4-1, in overtime.

Chris Dranka (113) and Kenneth Thompson (120) had back-to-back pins for the Golden Eagles in the FVC loss.

Dundee-Crown 42, Prairie Ridge 27: At Dundee-Crown, the Chargers’ Fabian Ramirez won via pin and Jaren Knapp and Martell Thompson won by decision. The other Chargers wins came by forfeit at the 113, 120, 132, 170 and 285 weight divisions.

Luke Zegers won by pin, as did Travis Piotrowski for the Wolves.

Byron 45, Harvard 27: At Byron, Chance Shelton (132) and Anthony Luis (106) had pins for the Hornets (10-2) in a Big Northern Conference loss.


Grayslake North 2,438, McHenry 2,348: At Raymond’s Bowl in Johnsburg, Grayslake North defeated the Warriors by 90 pins. Catherine Kowalski (532) and Sam Littleton (504) led the Knights.

The Warriors were led by Krystal McCleavy with a meet-high 575 pins, and Amy Kruse had 501.

• Patrick Mason and Andrew Hansen contributed to this report.