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Conant's Bryeans shines at Chevy Chase

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Conant junior Carly Bryeans produced one of her top scores of the season with a 1-under par 35 at the Chevy Chase Golf Club on Wednesday in Wheeling.

Bryeans helped lift the Cougars to a score of 183 against host Wheeling.

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Megan Nagorzanski (43), Lindsey Rayner (51) and Tida Bowers (54) completed the scorecard for coach Megan Hebert's Cougars in the Mid-Suburban League girls golf match.

Called off: Prospect was trying to stay undefeated in the Mid-Suburban League when rain and lightning stopped the dual meet with Buffalo Grove at the Mt. Prospect Golf Course.

Bison coach Matt Myers paired sisters Amber Guaio and Lauren Guaio in the No. 1 group with Prospect's Ally Scaccia and Kiley Walsh. They were the only group to complete six holes.

Two groups completed five holes.

After about an hour delay, the meet was called.

The school's athletic directors will decide today if the meet will rescheduled or be played as part of the conference meet on Oct. 1 at Fox Run Golf Course.

Knights coach Jim Hamann did not play all-stater Noreen Caporusso on Wednesday, letting her rest for Thursday's 4 p.m. dual meet with defending Class AA state champ New Trier (Prospect was the runner-up) at the Winnetka Golf Course.

Caporusso returned to the course about two weeks ago after undergoing knee surgery in May.

Hamann plans to send out the senior for her first 18-hole round of the season on Saturday at the Rockford Invite.

The Knights' next MSL meet is Monday and it brings together the only undefeated teams in the conference.

The Knights (8-0) visit Fremd (8-0) on the Vikings' home turf (Palatine Hills) at 3:30 p.m.

"The girls have been working hard," said Fremd coach Christine Vlaming. "We are excited about the matchup.

"Last season, we lost in a close match to them so we are excited that it will be a great match again. Any time you're on you home course, there a sense of comfort, too."

Prospect has not lost a dual meet since 2007.

"We just have to go out and play the best we can," Walsh said. "The only time we even thought about that MSL winning streak was when Mr. Hamann won his 100th match (Sept 14, 2011). Ever since, we just play every match the same way, trying our best.

"And it's different now with Noreen back," Walsh added. ""There was a little pressure on us to really shoot well and try to make up for her absence when she was out. But now, if everyone plays their game, the possibilities are endless."

Fremd-Hersey suspended: The dual meet was suspended and will be rescheduled for Sept. 25 at Rob Roy Golf Course in Mt. Prospect. The first group had played seven holes when rain and lightning interrupted action.

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