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Conant tops Elk Grove, makes Fremd semis

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Carmen Rosas had 3 goals, Angie Skittone and Deana Becker had 2 each and Emily Weingart had 4 steals and 3 drawn ejections to lift Conant past Elk Grove 7-6 in Fremd girls water polo sectional quarterfinal action Wednesday.

Conant (12-16) scored twice in the fourth quarter and did not allow a goal in the period. Maddy Demaret finished with 20 saves and 4 steals for the Cougars.

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Senior Kathryn Noonan had 3 goals for Elk Grove (17-12).

Conant meet tops seed Barrington (24-4), a 12-4 winner against Hoffman Estates, in a 4:30 p.m. Friday semifinal.

Fremd 13, St. Viator 4: Fremd all-conference picks Tori Boldt (4 goals) and Mandy Borre (2) led the way as the No. 2 seed Vikings advance to a 5:45 p.m. Friday semifinal against No. 3 seed Hersey.

Sophomore Loretta Stelnicki also had 2 goals for Fremd (19-11).

Hersey 8 Schaumburg 5: The MSL East champion Huskies moved on to the semifinals despite a strong effort from the Saxons.

Glenbrook N. sectional

Loyola eliminated Maine West in an 18-8 decision, and Prospect came up a goal short in a 9-8 loss to Glenbrook South.

Mundelein sectional

Libertyville 9, Palatine 8: The fifth-seeded Wildcats eliminated fourth-seeded Palatine despite a 4-1 scoring edge in favor of the Pirates in the fourth quarter. Palatine was hampered by an 0-for-8 performance on the power player in the first half.

Rachel Chumbook led all scorers with 5 goals, and Caroline Wojtas had 2 for Palatine (18-11).

Wheeling 6, BG 4: The Wildcats advanced to a 5:45 p.m. Friday semifinal against Stevenson.

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