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Barrington edges Schaumburg at Palatine

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  • Maddie Burrell of Barrington scores early against Schaumburg during sectional quarterfinal play Thursday at Palatine.

       Maddie Burrell of Barrington scores early against Schaumburg during sectional quarterfinal play Thursday at Palatine.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Danielle Grubb of Schaumburg battles for the ball with Barrington's Willa Wu during sectional quarterfinal play Thursday at Palatine.

       Danielle Grubb of Schaumburg battles for the ball with Barrington's Willa Wu during sectional quarterfinal play Thursday at Palatine.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Schaumburg's Britney Vasquez fights for possession during Thursday's game against Barrington.

       Schaumburg's Britney Vasquez fights for possession during Thursday's game against Barrington.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Barrington's Willa Wu attempts a shot on Becca Kasner of Schaumburg on Thursday at Palatine.

       Barrington's Willa Wu attempts a shot on Becca Kasner of Schaumburg on Thursday at Palatine.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

 
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The game between the No. 4 and 5 seeds in the Palatine girls water polo sectional played out about like you might think:

It was really close.

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Barrington led by 3 at the half before weathering a fourth-quarter rally from the Saxons to win 8-7 on Thursday.

The Fillies got a game-high 4 goals from Sam Gavars, along with 2 from Maddie Burrell and Mia Latimer.

Delaney Houts and Krystal Vezzetti had 2 each for Schaumburg, which wraps up its season with a record of 8-15.

Fourth-seeded Barrington (11-17) advanced to a semifinal matchup against top seed Conant at 7 p.m. Friday.

• Mid-Suburban West champion Conant got 6 goals from Carmen Rosas and another 3 from Emily Weingart to power past Hoffman Estates 13-2. Rosas also had 4 steals and Sam Wooley had 3 for the Cougars (25-6). Jessica Sullivan and Allie Ouimet had the goals for Hoffman Estates (1-25), which got its first win of the season in overtime in Tuesday's play-in game against Elk Grove.

• Fremd got 3-goal efforts from Sam DiCanio, Nicole Degla and Sam Barry to eliminate St. Viator 16-3.

The third-seeded Vikings (13-16) meet second-seeded Palatine in Friday's 8:15 p.m. semifinal.

• Sectional host Palatine (23-5) got 7 goals from senior Rachel Chumbook and 4 from junior Caroline Wojtas in a 13-3 victory over Rolling Meadows. Erin Pletch had 2 goals for Rolling Meadows.

The sectional championship game is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Saturday.

Mundelein sectional

Mid-Suburban League champion Wheeling advanced with a 12-8 decision against Vernon Hills.

Senior Emily Sowa led Wheeling with 5 goals and junior Theresa Godlewski had 4, with Shannon Richards contributing 2.

The third-seeded Wildcats (20-9) meet No. 2 seed Mundelein in Friday's 8:15 p.m. semifinal. The other semi, at 7 p.m., features top seed Stevenson against No. 5 seed Lake Forest.

The sectional championship game will begin at 1 p.m. Saturday.

Glenbrook South sectional

The top four seeds all advanced, meaning Friday's semifinals will be No. 1 Loyola against No. 4 Maine East, and No. 2 New Trier against No. 3 Maine South.

New Trier stopped Prospect 10-1 on Thursday as Danielle McCallister had the lone goal for the Knights.

Maine South eliminated Hersey with an 8-5 decision. Katie Lindholm led the Huskies with 3 goals.

The Glenbrook South sectional title game is at 1:30 p.m. Saturday.

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