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Warren stays perfect, tops Zion-Benton

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The defending Class 3A state champion Warren boys soccer team continues to win.

The Blue Devils got goals from Mikey Pliskat, Mikey Cain and Jack McKearnan in shutting out Zion-Benton 3-0 in North Suburban Lake Division action Tuesday.

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Karl Battert and Rafa Macias added assists, while R.J. Hill made 2 saves between the pipes for Warren (3-0-2).

Round Lake 7, Grant 0: Freddie Ramirez scored 3 goals -- all in the first half -- and added 2 assists to lead the Panthers in the North Suburban Prairie match.

Eddie Ramirez added a goal and an assist. Round Lake's other goal scorers were Cesar Garcia, Cristian Lopez and Alejandro Sotelo. Edgar Nieto contributed a pair of assists, while Raul Albor and Fermin Martinez also assisted on goals. Goalkeepers Adis Sator (first half) and Jose Martinez (second half) each made 5 saves for the Panthers.

Antioch 9, North Chicago 0: Iven Hernandez scored his 17th and 18th goals of the season and added an assist for the Sequoits in the North Suburban Prairie opener.

Logan Bouker had 2 goals for Antioch (8-1) as well. Brandon Schwarz, Eric Pedersen, Thomas Furlong, Danny Helgesen and Krystian Streit also scored. Helgesen added 2 assists, while Danny Brito, Furlong, Daniel Wood and Connor Gugel also picked up assists.

Tommy Tritschler and Jeremy Pasterz shared the shutout in goal.

Grayslake Central 2, McHenry 1: Isaac Longenecker and Jonny Madrid scored in the first half for the Rams. Jackson Frey and Madrid had assists.

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