When the deck was finally shuffled, Hersey's girls basketball team finished with three of a kind in a winning hand on Friday morning. In the final minutes of their 45-28 victory over Buffalo Grove in the Bison Classic, the Huskies had triplets on the floor (seniors Katie, Erin and Sarah McGrath), who all played at St. James in Arlington Heights. Coincidentally, they were paired on the floor with another St. James graduate, freshman guard Mary Kate Fahey. The fifth player was St. Emily (Mt.
Add another terrific chapter to the Fremd and Rolling Meadows girls basketball rivalry. Since Ryan Kirkorsky took over as the Mustangs coach six years ago, he and Fremd coach Dave Yates have watched their teams play some of the area's most thrilling games against one another. Wednesday was no exception when they collided in the final round of the Turkey Thriller at Lake Zurich High School.
Senior Anja Jacobsen missed the first three games for Palatine's girls basketball team while playing soccer in a college showcase event. She sure put on a show on the basketball floor Tuesday night. Enjoying the longest stint of her varsity career (she saw a few minutes off the bench last winter), Jacobsen tossed home a game-high 19 points with five 3-pointers as Palatine posted a 47-23 triumph over Jacobs in the final round of the Dundee-Crown Thanksgiving tournament.
Soph Angela Dugalic nets career-high 19 points as Maine West gbk team rolls past Hampshire 77-17 for fourth straight win at Hoffman Estates tourney. It's West (4-0) vs. Lake Park (4-0) for championship on Saturday at 6 p.m.
Big turnaround: St. Viator, 0-5 last year in Schaum gbk trny, goes 3-2 with 61-57 win over Evanston. All-tny Myia Clark (23 pts, 6 reb.), Olivia Solimene (15 pts, 3 reb) and Madelyn Fitzpatrick (9 pts, 3 reb) lead way for Class 3A Lions who played all 4A schools in 6-team event
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