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Palatine, Conant power past tourney foes

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Palatine produced a perfect 3-0 performance on Saturday in the girls water polo tournament hosted by Maine East.

In a 6-1 decision against Prospect, Caroline Wojtas paced the Pirates with 4 goals.

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In a 5-4 victory over St. Charles East, Palatine's Rachel Chumbook led the way with 4 goals.

And in a 7-6 victory over the hosts, Chumbook scored 4 goals and senior goalie Kim Butler stopped 20 shots.

• Mid-Suburban West leader Conant was unbeaten in three matches Saturday in tournament play at Glenbrook South.

The Cougars earned a 7-2 victory over Hinsdale Central as Carmen Rosas delivered a game-high 4 goals and also had 4 steals while Angie Skittone scored three times and drew two exclusions.

In an 11-7 victory over Lincoln-Way West, Rosas had 5 goals, Skittone had 4 and goalie Maddie Demaret made 13 saves and 2 steals.

Conant topped Glenbrook South 9-1 as Rosas had 4 goals and Skittone 2.

• Barrington finished 2-1 in the quad it hosted on Saturday, the second-best finish of the group.

Libertyville took top honors by beating the Fillies, Lake Forest and Vernon Hills.

The Wildcats beat Barrington 9-8 in what turned out to be the battled between the two top teams. Sam Gavars paced the Fillies with 4 goals.

In a 10-8 victory over Vernon Hills, Gavars led the way for Barrington with 5 goals, and in a 7-5 decision over Lake Forest, Gavars had a team-best 3 goals.

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