Emily Werfel scored a hat trick, Quin Garbett added a pair of goals, and Grayslake Central's girls soccer team blanked visiting Woodstock North 8-0 in the Fox Valley Conference action Tuesday night.
Karleen Gomez, Maggie Wehde and Kayley Larson also scored for the Rams, who led 8-0 at halftime. Erin Boban added an assist.
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Grayslake North 4, Woodstock 2: Freshman Sydney Paez scored twice in the first half for the visiting Knights in the Fox Valley Conference match.
Kendall Buchman and Meghan McCue also scored for Grayslake North (7-8, 1-2), while Kendal Detweiler had a pair of assists. Kelly Meyer and Morgan Lyon had assists, as well.
The Knights went into halftime up 3-0.
"Today was a tough game against a quality Woodstock side that showed good fight throughout the entirety of the game," Knights coach Adam DeCaluwe said. "The opening minutes of the first half were a bit shaky with the weather (rain) and field conditions, but once our girls got their feet under themselves, they really got after it and played a great first half of soccer."
Lake Zurich 1, Warren 1: Daria Szczepanek scored, assisted by Lindsey Hardiman, in the first half for Warren in the North Suburban Lake match.
Liz Carrano had 5 saves in goal for Warren (7-4-2, 2-1-2).
Lake Zurich (13-2-1, 4-0-1) got the equalizer from Danielle Ufheil, assisted by Madeline Blasko, in the second half.
Bears keeper Elly Daleske also made 5 saves.
Lakes 3, Grant 1: Nicole D'Ambrose assisted on Bella Pighini's game-tying goal late in the first half and then scored the only 2 goals of the second half in the North Suburban Prairie contest.
Nicole Denman and Brianna Rosales assisted on D'Ambrose's pair of second-half tallies.
Lakes (10-3, 4-0) got 6 saves from keeper Kara Jones.
Grant got its lone goal from Jenna Pecorini.
Round Lake 8, North Chicago 0: Araceli Juarez and Jasmine Cruz each scored twice for the Panthers in the North Suburban Prairie match.
Round Lake also got goals from Melissa Mejia, Izzy Rodriguez, Isabel Trujillo and Veronica Chavez.