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Girls volleyball/Fox Valley roundup

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Streamwood d. Bartlett 27-25, 25-21: Senior middle Hannah McGlone put the Sabres (1-2) on her shoulders with 12 kills and as many digs and outside hitter Andrea Prytulak registered 4 kills and 3 aces in an Upstate Eight crossover win.

Jacobs d. Johnsburg 25-20, 25-17: Bridget Wallenberger led the Golden Eagles' (2-0) offense with 8 kills while Mackie Traub provided 10 assists. Kassie Kasper added 9 digs.

Cary-Grove d. Woodstock North 25-8, 25-8: Sarah Graham turned in a stellar performance for the Trojans (1-0) with 8 aces and 6 kills. Meghan Seymour added 14 assists while Bree Coffey provided 11 digs.

Elgin d. Proviso East 25-23, 25-16: Melanie Berg supplied the offense for the Maroons (3-4), striking 7 kills and adding 2 digs. Taylor Hedl and Tanya Welch kept pace with 13 digs and 14 assists respectively.

Dundee-Crown d. Grayslake Central 25-19, 25-23: The Chargers improved to 2-0 led by Kiana Mays, who provided 6 kills and 5 digs and 2 aces in this Fox Valley Conference crossover victory. Frankie Cavallaro also had 6 digs along with 2 aces and Ashley Raby garnered 4 kills and 3 blocks.

McHenry d. Hampshire 25-23, 25-20: Erin Foss managed 7 digs and 6 kills to lead the way for the Whip-Purs, who fell in a Fox Valley Conference crossover. Jen Moerke has 15 digs while Brittany Laffin recorded 8 assists and 3 aces.

DeKalb d. Harvest Christian 25-8, 25-17: The Lions (0-2) went down in nonconference action against a much bigger school in DeKalb. Sydney Doby led Harvest with 5 kills, 2 aces and as many blocks. Shayna Manusos recorded 6 digs and Jade Martinez posted 11 digs.

Westminster Christian d. Willows Academy 20-25, 25-20, 25-14: Savannah Dutcher and Claire Speweik paced the Warriors' (2-0) offensively with 9 and 7 kills respectively while Emma Kovachevich added 12 assists. Christina Cusumano and Cassidy Finnegan led the defense with 8 digs apiece.

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