Created:Saturday, January 19, 2013 11:57 p.m.CDT
Updated:Sunday, January 20, 2013 12:24 a.m.CDT

Roundup: Cary-Grove’s Hamman hits state times

BUFFALO GROVE – Michael Hamann hit two state qualifying cuts in winning the 100-yard butterfly (52.60) and 100 backstroke (53.76) for Cary-Grove on Saturday at the Bison “Fred Palffy” Invitational.

Hamann also anchored the winning 200 freestyle relay with Tyler King, Andrew Brierton and Adam Gaynor. The Trojans took third with 223 points.

Christopher Cazel was third in the 200 individual medley for Huntley which finished fifth (128). Lake Park won with 247 points.

Olympic Invitational: At Arlington Heights, Josh DeDina won the 200-yard individual medley) and 100 breaststroke for the Jacobs co-op, which placed fourth with 68 points. Deerfield won the meet with 88.


Johnsburg 67, Grayslake Central 56: At Grayslake, T.J. Sigmund scored 17 points for the Skyhawks (8-10 overall, 2-3 Fox Valley Conference Fox Division) in a division win against the Rams (1-13, 0-5).

South Beloit MLK Tournament: Justin Nolen had back-to-back 13-point games for Harvard (4-9) in a 48-28 win against Orangeville and a 58-31 loss to Mooseheart.

Richmond-Burton 52, Antioch 43: At Antioch, Sam Kaufman and Mike Kaska each scored 14 points for the Rockets (5-13) in a nonconference win.

CL South 53, McHenry 34: At Crystal Lake, Austin Rogers scored 13 as South (6-10, 1-3) won in FVC Valley play against McHenry (8-9, 1-4). Damien Zalewski led McHenry with 10.

Hononegah MLK Tournament: At Rockton, Jacobs lost to Hononegah, 58-37, then beat DeKalb, 80-67. Against DeKalb, sophomore Chrishawn Orange scored 23 points for the Golden Eagles (8-8). Ryan Billings led Jacobs with nine points in the first game.

Hampshire 64, Grayslake North 53: At Hampshire, Tyler Crater scored 20 of his game-high 26 points in the first half as the Whip-Purs (15-3, 4-1 FVC Fox) defeated the Knights (11-6, 2-2) to remain tied with Woodstock for first place.


Cary-Grove 47, Hersey 40: At Cary, Olivia Jakubicek scored a game-high 22 points and pulled down 15 boards, and Joslyn Nicholson added 12 points in the nonconference win for C-G (15-6).

Hampshire 26, CL Central 15: At Crystal Lake, Emma Benoit and Sara Finn scored eight points each, and the Whip-Purs (9-11, 4-4) held the Tigers to 5 of 32 shooting in the FVC Fox Division win. Evelyn Youel led Central (10-11, 2-6) with five points.

Woodstock North 41, Marengo 25: At Woodstock, Aleecia Braun, Emma Everly and Kailey Parlogean each scored six points to lead the Thunder (14-8) in a nonconference win. Jessica Villie scored eight for Marengo (6-15).

Marian Central 57, Aurora Christian 45: At Aurora, Shannon Wuensch scored 19 for the Hurricanes (12-7, 4-3) in a Suburban Christian Conference win. Alissa Melchionna added 13.


Antioch Duals: Brando Mabry had three wins at 195 pounds for Huntley, which beat Antioch, 55-15, and Vernon Hills, 44-27, and lost to Harlem, 48-18.

Lake Forest Quadrangular: Brad Ostdick (132) and Carter Herber (138) went 2-0 for McHenry (23-0) in wins against Lake Forest, 68-7, and Elk Grove, 63-16.

Warren Quadrangular: At Gurnee, Grant Sutton at 120 and Cameron Kennedy (126) had three wins each for Richmond-Burton in a win against Marian Central, 31-24, and losses to Warren, 42-14, and Grayslake Central, 48-25.

Woodstock North 34, Belvidere North 33: At Woodstock, Jake Fiorito won by pin at 106 for the Thunder in a nonconference win.

Prairie Ridge Triangular: At Crystal Lake, the Wolves defeated St. Francis, 39-36 and Ridgewood, 42-25.


Vernon Hills Sectional: Johnsburg’s Joey Kass, with a 1,227 series, and Jeff Straulin (1,218) have a chance to make it to state as at-large qualifiers. The Skyhawks took eighth (5,397).

Paul Colomer (1,223) also is a potential at-large qualifier for McHenry, which finished sixth (5,570).

Hononegah Sectional: Marengo’s Jason Mueller, with a 1,303 series, is a potential at-large qualifier for state. The Indians were eighth with 5,810 pins.