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updated: 10/9/2013 10:51 PM

Vernon Hills surprises Warren

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Jonathan Ramirez made 7 saves in goal, and Ilya Kravtsev scored the game-winning goal assisted by David White in the opening half, as Vernon Hills' boys soccer team stunned defending Class 3A state champ Warren 1-0 in a North Suburban Conference crossover Wednesday night.

Vernon Hills improved to 8-5-2, while Warren fell to 9-4-6 with its second loss in a row.

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"Great program win tonight for the boys," Cougars coach Mike McCaulou said. "They deserve this one. I thought we played a solid 80 minutes and it showed by the result. Warren is a great program, and we are getting there."

Round Lake 1, Lake Zurich 0: Christian Navarro scored on an assist from Alejandro Sotelo, as the Panthers knocked off the Bears in the NSC crossover.

Adis Sator (5 saves) and Jose Martinez (3 saves) shared the shutout in net for Round Lake (16-2-1).

Antioch 4, Libertyville 1: Iven Hernandez scored his 27th and 28th goals of the season and added his 11th assist, as the Sequoits captured the NSC crossover.

Eric Pedersen and JR Lonergan also scored for Antioch (13-4-3). Lonergan, Krystian Streit and Thomas Furlong also had assists for the Sequoits, who led 2-1 at halftime.

Zion-Benton 1, Grant 0: The Zee-Bees scored the only goal in the NSC crossover on a penalty kick in the second half.

Stevenson 4, Wauconda 1: Max Klaber scored twice and had an assist, as well, and Ethan Marx and Colbi Illian also scored for the Patriots, who led the NSC crossover 2-1 at halftime.

Jimmy Wang helped set up a pair of goals for Stevenson (7-5-4).

Teddy Kolarov had the lone goal for Wauconda (6-9-2). Bulldogs keeper Jake Ortiz made 14 saves.

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