McHENRY – The Huntley boys swimming team won seven of 11 events Thursday in its 91-79 Fox Valley Conference victory over McHenry.
Chris Cazel, John Cazel, Ryan Czarnecki and Matt Haage combined to win the 200-yard medley relay in 1:47.72 and the 400 freestyle relay in 3:36.27 for the Red Raiders.
Haage and Chris Cazel also won two individual events each, with Haage taking the 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle and Chris Cazel winning the 200 individual medley and the 100 backstroke.
Trey Schopen won two events for the Warriors, taking the 100 butterfly in 56.66 and the 500 freestyle in 5:14.47.
Harlem triangular: At Machesney Park, Adam Steinken, Phil Krueger, Morgan Hofmann and Henry Gantner won the 200 freestyle relay for Woodstock co-op, with each also winning an individual event. Woodstock won the meet with 125 points over Sterling (111) and Harlem (67).
Steinken took the 100 freestyle in 50.74, Krueger won the 50 freestyle in 24.95, Hofmann won the 100 backstroke in 1:03.05 and Gantner took the 100 butterfly in 58.56.
McHenry 68, Prairie Ridge 6: At McHenry, the Warriors had five pins in their FVC Valley Division win.
Brad Ostdick (132), Carter Herber (138), Wade Lardy (152), Ryan Grannemann (195) and Luis Hernandez (220) had falls for McHenry.
Travis Piotrowski (106) and Charley Popp (160) both won by decision for the Wolves.
Hampshire 48, Woodstock North 24: At Woodstock, Rob Davis (152) and Ruger Walsh (138) won by fall for the Thunder in their FVC Fox Division loss.
Immaculate Conception 45, Marian Central 35: At Elmhurst, Shannon Wuensch scored 15 points and Alissa Melchionna added nine for the Hurricanes (10-6, 2-2) in a Suburban Christian Conference crossover loss.
Rockford Christian Life 59, Alden-Hebron 46: At Hebron, the Giants (9-6, 2-2) lost in a Northeastern Athletic Conference game.
Jacobs 2,528, Woodstock co-op 2,181: At Wayne’s Lanes in Woodstock, Michelle Morrison led the Golden Eagles with a 540 series, and Alexis Cabrera added a 521 series in the FVC win. Morrison and Cabrera rolled 211 games.
Paige Busch led Woodstock co-op with a 512 series, and Rachel Zurawski had a high game of 193.
• Andrew Hansen contributed to this report.