Created:Sunday, January 27, 2013 12:00 a.m.CDT

Prep roundup: C-G girls basketball continues hot streak

CARY – The Cary-Grove girls basketball team continued their hot streak Saturday afternoon with a 37-21 Fox Valley Conferece Valley Division win over McHenry.

The win marks the eighth in a row for the Trojans (17-6, 8-1).

Joslyn Nicholson led the way for C-G, scoring a game-high 13 points to go along with four steals. Katie Barker added nine points and Olivia Jakubicek scored five while grabbing 12 rebounds.

The Warriors (12-14, 4-6) were led by Greta Taylor, who scored a team-high five points while McKayla Snedeker and Alissa Rosga each added four.

Burlington Central 56, Richmond-Burton 34: At Richmond, Burlington Central sank the Rockets (11-11 overall, 6-3 Big Northern East Division) by connecting on 11 3-pointers.

The Rockets were led by Hannah Koenig, who scored 12 points while Alex Callanan and Samantha Tasker each added four.

Marian Central 47, Chicago Christian 38: At Palos Heights, the Hurricanes (13-8 overall, 5-3 Suburban Christain Blue Division) had just four players score points in the win.

Shannon Wuensch scored a game-high 20 points while Ellen Koscielniak had 14. Alissa Melchionna and Brie Baumert rounded out the scoring with 10 and three, respectively.

Huntley 56, Jacobs 21: At Huntley, the Red Raiders (19-4 overall, 9-1 Fox Valley Conference Valley Division) stayed atop the division with the win, which was powered by a strong performance from Sam Andrews, who scored a game-high 20 points. Her sister Ali added 16 and Rachel Zobott had six.

Payton Berg scored a team-high 10 points in the loss for Jacobs (2-19, 2-7 FVC Valley). Teammate Jannifer Barnec added three points.

Grayslake North 71, Woodstock 52: At Woodstock, the Blue Streaks were led by Cody Brandy who scored a team-high 17 points in the loss. Sami Ludwig added 10 for Woodstock (8-15 overall, 2-8 Fox Valley Conference Fox Division.)

Warren 37, Woodstock North 22: At Gurnee, The Thunder (14-19 overall, 5-6 Fox Valley Conference Fox Division) fell in a nonconference game to Warren and didn’t score a point in the first quarter.

Emma Everly led the Thunder with 10 points and Haley Ahr added four. Four other players had two points in the loss.


Harvard 45, Alden-Hebron 36: At Hebron, Justin Nolen led the Horntes (6-10) with 13 points, including three 3-pointers, with Tate Miller adding 10 points in the nonconference win.

Bryce Lalor led the Giants (8-11) with 15 points.


Conant Cougar Classic: At Hoffman Estates, the Jacobs co-op swim team took fifth place with 120 points and Huntley took sixth with 81 points.

Francis Ogaban, Josh DeDina, Alex Reinbrecht and Caleb Knottnerus took second in the Class A 200-meter medley relay for Jacobs in 1:57.68.

The Red Raiders were led by a third-place finish in the Class A 200 medley relay, with Bryan Haage, Christopher Cazel, Ryan Czarnecki and Matthew Haage finishin in 1:59.00.

• Patrick Mason and Andrew Hansen contributed to this report.