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Roundup: Burlington Central girls cross country takes first

Updated: September 1, 2012 11:07PM



Burlington Central’s girls cross country team took first place at the Harlem Invitational on Saturday.

Paving the way for the Rockets was Courtni Neubaur, who recorded a two-mile time of 16:38, which was good for fifth overall. Rounding out the top five for Burlington Central were Jane Crocetti (eighth overall), Kayla Wolf (ninth overall), Kayely Valenciano (16th overall) and MyKayla Evans (17th overall).

St. Charles North wins St. Charles East Leavey Invite

The North Stars won the Leavey Invite behind freshmen Nina Olshever, who recorded a two-mile time of 17:59.9, which was good for 13th overall.

Rounding out the top five for the St. Charles North were Ashley England (16th overall), Kaylee Wessel (17th overall), Elle Murate (26th overall) and Shelby Artman (27th overall).

Jacobs finished third at the event. Sophomore Lauren Van Vlierbergen finished second overall with a time of 17:10.8. Rounding out the top five for the Golden Eagles were freshmen Alex Lorenz (eighth overall), Sam Baran (14th overall), Kayla Giuliano (45th overall) and Tiffany Johnson (59th overall).

St. Charles East was fifth in the team standings. Sophomore Toree Scull finished ninth in 17:57.1. Rounding out the top five for the Saints were Sarah Hill (20th overall), Madeline Westerhoff (33rd overall), Samantha Perez (39th overall) and Elizabeth Deutsch (44th overall).

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

Rockets place third at Harlem Invite

Burlington Central was led by sixth-place finisher Dan Morgan, who recorded a three-mile time of 16:35. Rounding out the top five for the Rockets were Josh Schwarting (seventh overall), Clay Musial (eighth overall), Oskor Lomas (30th overall) and John Schmitz (31st overall).

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

South Elgin wins bronze pool at West Aurora tourney

The Storm tied with Sycamore, Streamwood and Plainfield East before claiming wins over Marengo and Evergreen Park.

Leading the way for South Elgin were seniors Corbin Kehe (100 assists and 24 digs), Allison Osborne (32 kills), Karlee Bradley (24 digs), Rachel Murray (27 digs) and junior Ashley Oandasan (33 kills and 22 digs).

Jacobs places fourth at own invite

The Golden Eagles defeated Evanston, Belvidere North and Boylan Catholic at their own Jacobs Invitational before losing to St. Ignatius in the third-place match.

Alyssa Ehrhardt (14 aces, 57 kills and 23 digs) and Kassie Kasper (seven aces, seven assists and 30 digs) were named to the all-tournament team. Also contributing for the Golden Eagles were Taylor Lauder (three aces, 57 assists and 15 digs), Maris Smith (28 kills and 14 digs) and Mackie Traub (eight aces and 48 assists).

Hampshire also competed at the Jacobs Tournament, going 1-4 at the event.

The Whip-Purs defeated Elgin while falling to St. Ignatius, Stevenson and Crystal Lake Central twice. Jen Dumoulin (26 kills and 39 digs), Erin Foss (16 kills, four aces, and 40 digs), Arianna Rominski (19 kills and 56 digs) Julianna Gass (76 digs) and Brittany Laffin (61 assists and four aces) stood out for Hampshire.

St. Edward finishes 2-3 at Timothy Christian Tournament

Mallory Gross (four kills, 24 digs, 78 assists and seven aces), Rena Ranallo (29 kills, 53 digs), Shannon Igielski (36 kills and seven aces) and Allison Kruk (64 digs) helped the Green Wave record wins over Aurora Christian and University High.

BOYS GOLF

St. Charles North finishes fourth at Fenton Invitational

Dan Shepherd finished fifth overall after shooting a 73 on Saturday. Raghav Cherela (77) and Matt Samuelson (78) also finished in the top 20 for the North Stars.

GIRLS SWIMMING

St. Charles North finishes second at Hinsdale Central Invite

Monica Guyett won the 500-yard freestyle with a time of 5:15.62 for the North Stars. Hannah Gursky finished second in the 100-yard freestyle while Loreil Hutchinson finished second in the 100-yard backstroke.



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