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updated: 4/17/2013 9:48 PM

Wheeling edges Buffalo Grove

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  • Buffalo Grove goalie Callie Fasching attempts a save during Wednesday's game at Wheeling.

       Buffalo Grove goalie Callie Fasching attempts a save during Wednesday's game at Wheeling.
    JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

  • Buffalo Grove's Sarah Morosan pushes the ball past Wheeling goalie Keara Myatt for a goal during Wednesday's game at Wheeling.

       Buffalo Grove's Sarah Morosan pushes the ball past Wheeling goalie Keara Myatt for a goal during Wednesday's game at Wheeling.
    JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

  • Wheeling defender Theresa Godlewski, right, closes in on Buffalo Grove's Sarah Morosan during Wednesday's game at Wheeling.

       Wheeling defender Theresa Godlewski, right, closes in on Buffalo Grove's Sarah Morosan during Wednesday's game at Wheeling.
    JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

  • Buffalo Grove's Margaret Lotzer, left, looks for an open teammate as Wheeling's Rachel Rooski plays tight defense during Wednesday's game at Wheeling.

       Buffalo Grove's Margaret Lotzer, left, looks for an open teammate as Wheeling's Rachel Rooski plays tight defense during Wednesday's game at Wheeling.
    JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

 
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Wheeling improved to 12-8 overall and 8-1 in Mid-Suburban East girls water polo by holding off visiting Buffalo Grove 7-4 on Wednesday.

Kat Dobrowski and Theresa Godlewski both scored 3 goals for the Wildcats.

Sarah Morosan scored twice for Buffalo Grove (9-10, 4-5).

Wheeling remains tied for first place in the loss column with Hersey in the MSL East with Hersey.

• In nonconference play, visiting Conant came up short 17-10 against Maine South, which is ranked No. 19 by illpolo.com.

Angela Skittone had 5 goals and Carmen Rosas had 4 as the Cougars dropped to 9-13 overall.

• In boys water polo, Elk Grove improved to 7-11 overall and 4-5 in the MSL East by topping host Rolling Meadows 20-7.

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