Created:Friday, December 14, 2012 12:01 a.m.CDT
Updated:Friday, December 14, 2012 12:09 a.m.CDT
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Prep roundup: Fast start sends CLC wrestlers to victory

CRYSTAL LAKE –The Crystal Lake Central wrestling team defeated Grayslake North, 47-27, winning the first six matches Thursday.

The Tigers gave up three forfeits but made up for it with six straight falls.

Justin Vallee (160 pounds), Andrew Marsden (170), Justin Ellman (182), Romeo McKnight (195), Connor Hines (220) and Alex Ibarra (285) had pins for the Tigers.

Cary-Grove 56, Huntley 15: At Cary, the Trojans had eight pins, including three straight falls twice.

John Cullen (106), Mike Cullen (113) and Logan Hanselmann (120) had the first set of pins, and Mike Underwood (138), Brandon Aguirre (145) and Garrett Glueck (152) had the second set.

Brandon Meyer (126) had a fall for the Red Raiders, and Brandon Mabry (195) won a 13-6 decision.

Grayslake Central 38, Woodstock North 31: At Grayslake, Jake Fiorito (106), Ben Brucki (120) and Cody Barnes (220) had pins in a loss for the Thunder, with Brucki’s coming at 55 seconds and Barnes’ at 57 seconds.

BOYS BASKETBALL

McHenry 62, Woodstock North 42: At Woodstock, Shane Varvil scored 15 of his game-high 24 points in the second half for the Warriors (3-3), with Damian Zalewski adding 13 in a Fox Valley Conference crossover win.

Steven Whiting led the Thunder (3-6) with 15 points, and Shane Zieman and Junior Ortiz each added 10.

Durand Tournament: At Durand, Faith Lutheran fell to Kirkland Hiawatha, 45-43.

Ben Boyer led the Saints (2-6) with 19 points and Jake Larson added 17.

The Saints face Durand in tournament play on Saturday.

GIRLS BOWLING

Woodstock 2,113, Johnsburg 2,011: At Raymond’s Bowl in Johnsburg, Paige Busch led the Blue Streaks with a 556 series and Rachel Zurawski added a high game of 203.

The Skyhawks were led by Kaitlyn Straulin’s 455 series and Madelyn Schroeder’s 452 series.

BOYS BOWLING

Marengo 3,066, Huntley 2,988: At Bowl-Hi in Huntley, Jason Muller had a 666 series for the Indians, with Kyle Alt adding a 654 series and a high game of 258.

Beau Rehner led the Red Raiders with a 670 series, including a 238 game.

• Andrew Hansen contributed to this report.