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updated: 10/9/2013 9:17 PM

Barrington, Conant and Elk Grove advance

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Hall of Fame coach Jodi Schoeck watched her Fillies qualify for the Class AA Rockford Guilford sectional on Monday with a third-place finish in Wednesday's Prairie Ridge regional.

Barrington (338) finished behind Crystal Lake Central (321) and St. Charles North (327) in the 10-team field at the Prairie Isle Golf Course in Crystal Lake.

Leading the Fillies were freshman Reena Sulkar (77), senior Kelly Umphred (85), freshman Allie Quinn (86) and junior Bailee McDonald (90).

"We got through, and that's been our goal from the beginning," Jodi Schoeck said. "We wanted to get back as a team. We did have enough practice rounds, and knew what shots we needed to hit. There wasn't too much wind out here. We just stuck to the game plan."

Crystal Lake Central's Lexie Harkins and her teammate Larisa Luloff each shot 74s. Harkins earned medalist honors with a birdie on the first playoff hole.

Conant regional: Conant and Elk Grove finished second and third respectively in the Class AA Conant regional to qualify for Monday's Buffalo Grove sectional.

Maine South won the team title with a 343, followed by the Cougars (399), Elk Grove (404), Maine West (408), Rolling Meadows (431), Hoffman Estates (439), Schaumburg (464) and Resurrection (485) at the Fox Run Golf Club in Elk Grove.

Leading the way for Conant were sophomore Megan Nagorzanski (87), senior Lindsey Rayner (96), senior Chloe Kramer (108) and freshman Tida Bowers (108).

Senior Marki Kaim paced the Grens with a 95, followed by junior Sarah Hartness (96), junior Erin Walz (97) and sophomore Mia Loxley (116)

Advancing individuals from non-qualifying teams were Maine West senior Olenka Kalinowski (90), Leyden junior Jennifer Feliciano (94), Rolling Meadows junior Lauren Hattory (99), Hoffman Estates senior Hannah Brostoff (103), Rolling Meadows senior Samantha Olson (104), Maine West senior Natalie Kozenczak (105), Maine West sophomore Renee Adam (106), Schaumburg sophomore Yumi Otsu (106), Maine West junior Kasia Dzul (107) and Schaumburg senior Lindsay Leiber (107).

Maine South junior Annie Krall earned medalist honors with an 81.

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