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Article updated: 10/3/2013 10:48 PM

Lakes, Antioch tie in key Prairie matchup

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By Daily Herald report

Jon Borzick scored on a direct kick for his 12th goal of the season, and Rich Galat also tallied, as Lakes' boys soccer team earned a 2-2 tie with Antioch on Thursday.

Lakes (8-6-1, 4-0-1) needs to beat Grant on Monday to win the North Suburban Prairie Division championship and earn a berth in the NSC championship game against Lake Forest.

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Foster Dore assisted on Galat's goal.

Lake Forest 1, Stevenson 0: John Moderwell's penalty kick, his ninth goal of the season, lifted the Scouts, who clinched the North Suburban Lake Division title.

Lake Forest (9-5-1, 4-1) has a one-game lead on Libertyville and owns the tiebreaker with the Wildcats.

Libertyville 3, Zion-Benton 0: Lloyd Chatfield, Nick Vogel and Ryan Pacholski scored for the Wildcats in the NSC Lake match.

Dan Mueller (3 saves) and Alex Prillman (4 saves) shared the shutout for Libertyville (8-6, 3-2).

Vernon Hills 3, Grant 1: Chris White had a goal and an assist for the Cougars in NSC Prairie action.

Matt Hong and Brad Burrows also scored for Vernon Hills, while David Ortiz added a pair of assists.

"I thought we played well in spurts, and the last 20 minutes we played great soccer," Cougars coach Mike McCaulou said. "This team is capable of great things when they all stay composed and are confident. We are proud of our kids and will continue to challenge them daily."

Kevin Peralta scored in the first half for Grant.

Grayslake Central 4, Grayslake North 1: Isaac Longenecker, Joey Mudd, Jonny Madrid and Paul Kulis scored for the Rams against their crosstown rival.

Longenecker, Alex Stickler and Leo Orozco had assists for Grayslake Central, which scored all of its goals in the opening half. The game was called due to lightning with 21 minutes left in the second half.

Fernando Sanchez scored the Knights' lone goal.

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