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posted: 10/3/2012 10:16 PM

Huntley advances to sectional

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  • Ryann Scully

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The Huntley girls golf team survived a tough day of weather on the golf course Wednesday to finish in second place and advance out of the Class AA Freeport regional at Park Hills.

Sophomore Gillian Young shot a 90 and junior Zoe Dowell a 98 to lead the Red Raiders, who shot 393 as a team.

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Rockford Boylan easily won the regional title with a 365 and will join third place Hononegah (393) and Huntley at Randall Oaks Monday for the Burlington Central sectional.

Huntley beat Hononegah for second place on a score card tiebreaker, as the Red Raiders' Danielle Smith had a 110 compared to a 115 from Hononegah's Lauren Kerch.

Also scoring for Huntley were seniors Loren Gorecki (100) and Gabby Young (105).

Boylan senior Melissa VanSistine was the meet medalist with a 78.

Burlington Central took fourth place with a 406 and advanced the Kurosky sisters to Randall Oaks as individuals. Junior Jenna Kurosky shot an 83 for the Rockets while her freshman sister Josie came in with a 99 to advance.

Class A: St. Edward sophomore Ryann Scully was the only area qualifier out of the Johnsburg regional at Boone Creek. Scully, who shot a 97, will advance to Monday's Genoa-Kingston sectional round at The Oak Club of Genoa. Marengo senior Danielle Tucker won Wednesday's regional with an 81. Genoa-Kingston won the team title with a 371, while Richmond-Burton (395) and Rosary (405) also advanced. St. Edward finished eighth with a 478.

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