Girls basketball/Fox Valley roundup
Streamwood 49, Niles West 38: Deja Moore scored 15 points and Hannah McGlone added 14 as the Sabres won their opening round game at the Mundelein tournament. Jessica Cerda added 10 points for Streamwood (13-2), which will play Conant today in the quarterfinals.
Conant 34, Huntley 32: Ali Andrews had 12 points and Sam Andrews added 9 for Huntley (10-3) in this loss at Mundelein.
Cary-Grove 58, Lake Park 35: Olivia Jakubicek had 16 points and 8 rebounds and Joslyn Nicholson added 14 points and 7 steals as the Trojans (8-4) prevailed at the Mundelein tournament. Cary-Grove will take on defending Class 3A state runner-up and undefeated Vernon Hills in the quarterfinals today.
Maine South 50, Dundee-Crown 27: Lauren Lococo had 8 points to lead D-C (1-11) at the Charger Classic. The Chargers will take on Bartlett today.
Chicago Latin 54, St. Edward 52: Rena Ranallo scored 17 points but St. Edward (0-13) fell just short of its first win of the season at the Lisle Holiday Cage Classic. Cece Rapp added 12 points and Chelsea Gnan had 8 for the Green Wave, who play Chicago Christian today.
IC 45, Hampshire 38: Emma Benoit had 15 points and Jen Dumoulin added 13 but Hampshire (2-10) fell to Immaculate Conception at the Lisle Holiday Cage Classic. The Whip-Purs will take on Reed-Custer today.
Hinsdale Central 57, Jacobs 41: Melanie Berg scored 11 points to lead Jacobs (1-12) at the Wheaton North tournament.
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