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Antioch 3, Grant 1: Abbi McIlhany, Alex Fracek and Mikayla Abbeduto scored goals as the Sequoits improve their record to 4-3-1.

Kali Pope and Abbeduto both had assists.

Stevenson 3, Libertyville 1: Jenna Weiner scored and got an assist for the Patriots. Sarah Putwen and Savannah Kruse added goals in the second half. Cori Calcaterra made 6 saves for Stevenson (4-3-2).

Wauconda 3, Round Lake 0: Diana Guzik scored all 3 goals as the Bulldogs (1-5) recorded their first win this season at Round Lake. Jackie Lung, Nicollette Jenkins and Lauren Mantas made the assists for Wauconda.

The Bulldogs keeper Kimmy Bower made 5 saves.

Lakes 7, North Chicago 0: Mikaela Brown scored the first and last goals for Lakes both assisted by Hannah Jewell. Nicole D'Ambrose and Maya Schmidt scored 2 goals apiece for the Eagles. Nicole Mogged also scored. Making assists for Lakes were Becca Pierce, Nicole Denman and Haley Simpson, who had 2.

Lakes improved to 5-3 and 4-0 in the North Suburban Prairie Division.

Lake Zurich 5, Zion-Benton 0: Meaghan Gelinas scored 2 goals and made an assist for the visiting Bears. Claire Skowron and Nicole Rasiarmos also had a goal and assist. The remaining goal was made by Molly Powers. Tara Kennedy and Sarah Zaccarine also had assists.

Eleanor Daleske recorded the shutout for Lake Zurich (5-2-1).

Grayslake Central 1, Dundee Crown 0 (PKs): The Rams move to 6-1-1 after eight rounds of penalty kicks. Kajal Chokshi and Lauren Spalding recorded the shutout.

Crystal Lake South 2, Grayslake North 1: The Knights went up 1-0 a couple minutes before halftime when Jocelyn Rodriguez scored off a cross from Maggie Fish.

Crystal Lake South came back with a quality second half performance, coach Adam DeCaluwe said, as the Knights record dropped to 2-4-1.

"Crystal Lake South really stepped up the pressure throughout the second half, and while we showed great fight defending our lead, we may have put too much emphasis on the defensive side of the ball as we allowed Crystal Lake South to continue putting us under pressure," he said. "Despite quality goalkeeping and defending from our young group, we were unable to keep the lead."

Warren 1, Lake Forest 1: Liz Carrano made 10 saves for the Blue Devils. Paige Jespersen scored the lone goal for Warren, assisted by Alex Vrabel.

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