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  • Girls basketball/Fox Valley roundup Jan 25, 2011 10:15 PM
    The battle of the Big Northern East unbeatens went to the three-time defending champs Tuesday night as Hampshire hit the road for Richmond-Burton and came home with a 51-42 win. The Whip-Purs (20-2, 7-0) established the 9-point lead by halftime and then held it through the second half. Karla Vietinghoff led the way for Hampshire with 16 points, with Alex Dumoulin adding 15. St. Edward 67, Wheaton Academy 42: St. Edward fell behind 18-15 after one quarter but came back to outscore Wheaton Academy 52-24 the rest of the way and post a 67-42 nonconference win at home, the Green Wave’s fourth straight win. Calliie Johnson led the Wave (16-5) with 21 points and Alex Lee came off the bench to add 12 in her second game back from injury. Paige Gannon had 14 points for St. Edward and Maddie Kerr 8. Burlington Central 50, North Boone 38: The Rockets (10-12, 4-3) got balanced scoring as Brenda Thasavong had 12 points, Alli Settanni 11 and Jessica Laird 9 in this Big Northern East win at home.

     
  • Warren caps weekend with quad sweep Jan 22, 2011 10:49 PM
    The Warren wrestling team faced some tough competition and conquered it all. The Blue Devils closed out a 4-0 weekend at their own triple-dual meet Saturday. Warren (17-2) rolled through its morning meet with a 60-15 victory over Marian Central before facing No. 6-ranked Class 2A squad Richmond-Burton in the second round. The Rockets (25-3) took a 31-30 lead with one match left, but Warren 130-pounder Tyler Kuhn won by injury default, resulting in a 36-31 Blue Devils victory. Warren closed out the day with an impressive 47-20 victory over Grayslake Central (14-10). The Rams fell to Richmond-Burton 53-24 in the first round, before easily toppling Marian Central 67-9 in the second round. R-B beat Marian Central 56-18 in the final round, despite forfeiting three matches in every meet. After beating Stevenson Friday night and rolling past Marian Central, Warren found itself in a real battle with Richmond-Burton. Starting at 135 pounds, the Blue Devils took a 21-0 lead with the aid of forfeit wins at 135, 140, and 145 along with a 9-4 decision by Aaron Brewton at 152. But Richmond-Burton would dominate most of the meet after that point, except for a pin by Warren 215-pounder Shakiem Chapman and a 5-1 decision by 285-pound teammate Jovan Dubose. Those wins gave the hosts a 30-12 lead with five bouts left. Grant sophomore transfer Cameron Kennedy (7-0) cut R-B’s gap to 30-18 with a pin at 103, before his Rockets teammate Garrett Sutton added a 6-1 decision over 112-pounder Israel Santiago to make the score 30-21. Then 119-pounder Mike Hrdlicka edged Martin Martinez 3-2 and Matt Ellis added a pin at 125 to give the Rockets a 31-30 lead. Kuhn trailed early in his match against R-B’s Joe Ellis at 130. But Kuhn injured his back on an illegal move by Ellis, and when Kuhn could not continue to wrestle, he was awarded an injury-default victory to end the dual meet in favor of Warren. Kuhn was heading to get X-rays, but he is expected to be OK. “That was a situation where the referee should have stopped it before it got too bad because our kid (Ellis) was just trying to score points,” Richmond-Burton coach Bret Wojcik said. “You hate to see a dual meet end that way,” After a great freshman season at Grant where he placed sixth in the state at 103, Kennedy just became eligible to wrestle again Jan. 15 with his new program. “Cameron is a great kid,” Wojcik said. “He’s been great in our room, and he’s gotten along great with our kids.” The Rockets are the favorites to win the Class 2A Grayslake North regional in two weeks. After slipping past the Rockets, Warren led 3-0 against Grayslake Central when 140-pounder Brandon Tyler posted a 4-3 decision over Dylan Hay. Tyler went 3-0 on the day for the Blue Devils as did Brewton and Dubose. Kuhn was 2-0 on the day along with 145-pound teammate Josh Bixler. A pin by Grayslake Central 145-pounder Sean Keever gave the Rams a brief 6-3 edge. But a technical fall by Brewton, a pin by 160-pound senior T.J. Parker (28-3), and a forfeit win by Danny Hicks put the Rams in a 20-6 hole. Central 189-pounder Kevin Hein (25-6) added a pin before 215-pound junior teammate Joey Valdivia (13-1) posted a 9-3 decision at 215 to pull to within 20-15. Valdivia is one of four Rams to reach state last year, but he missed a lot of this campaign due to ankle injuries dating back to the football season. Valdivia was the only Central wrestler to go 3-0 Saturday, as Hein dropped a tough 6-4 overtime decision against Richmond-Burton’s Joe Dedick. “It’s been kind of a short season, but I’m excited for regionals, sectionals and state,” said Valdivia. “I’ve just got to get in good shape and get better at my key moves.” Warren put Grayslake Central away on 103-pounder Craig Mason’s 11-9 decision over Bobby Raines, pins by Santiago and Martinez, a forfeit win by Morgan Drew at 125 and a 7-2 decision by 130-pounder Robert Lee. Davonta Jennings closed out the meet with a technical fall for Central. “We wrestled well and we wrestled two very good teams that have very good kids,” Grayslake Central coach Dan Catanzaro said. “For some of our (top) guys to have dual meet losses really isn’t such a bad thing at this point of the season.” Warren will head into the North Suburban Conference meet next Saturday with heavyweight standout Josh Dust expected to be back in its lineup. Warren coach Jim Ouimette was pretty happy with his squad’s performance overall this weekend. “(Richmond-Burton) has a really good team,” Ouimette said. “They’ve got a few holes, but the guys they put out are really tough. Jovan (Dubose) came up big for us again at heavyweight and Parker’s match could have gone either way (vs. R-B). We’re a little banged up, but if we can get everybody back for the conference tournament I’m excited where we can finish up there.”

     
  • Girls basketball/Fox Valley roundup Jan 22, 2011 12:10 AM
    Westminster Christian’s girls basketball team knocked off Class 4A Elgin 52-50 in overtime Friday night at Chesbrough Field House. The Class 2A Warriors (12-7) were led by 14 points from Katie Surratt and 11 from Whitney VandenBos. Makaila Hays added 8. Briana Hamilton had a career night for Elgin (0-20), scoring 29 points. Maria Panthier added 7 for the Maroons. “It’s great to start a new rivalry,” said Elgin coach Dr. Nick Bumbales. “The kids played hard we just couldn’t hit our foul shots.” The Maroons were just 10-for-25 from the free-throw line while Westminster was 13 of 20. Richmond-Burton 51, Burlington Central 49: Brenda Thasavong had 16 points and Jessica Laird 12 but BC (9-12, 3-4) came up just short in the Big Northern East. Alli Settanni added 11 points for Central. Streamwood 57, Larkin 25: Emma Schmidt scored 15 points and Michelle Tomczak 14 as the Sabres (16-3, 6-1) remained in first place in the Upstate Eight River with this win. Amanda Patterson added 8 points for Streamwood. Maggie Hoffman led Larkin (3-17, 2-5).

     
  • Borries, Antioch shoot down Richmond-Burton Jan 19, 2011 11:13 PM
    Antioch 58, Richmond-Burton 50: Megan Borries poured in a season-high 22 points, hitting four 3-pointers, as the visiting Sequoits won their 10th game in a row. Lauren Tiffany had her second double-double in a row, scoring 14 points and grabbing a career-best 19 rebounds in the nonconference game. Antioch (14-6) also got 11 points from Lindsey Gofron and 9 rebounds from Jessica Ploss. The Sequoits made 12-of-15 free throws in the fourth quarter to stave off the Rockets. Borries made 8 of 9.

     
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  • Hampshire stays perfect in Big Northern East Jan 8, 2011 9:32 PM
    Hampshire's boys basketball players tested Richmond-Burton's defense the way a boxer jabs to test an opponent in the early rounds of a fight.

     
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  • Big first quarter carries Burlington Central Jan 4, 2011 11:38 PM
    The Burlington Central boys basketball team welcomed 2011 the same way it finished 2010: with a victory. The Rockets sank 10 field goals in a 27-point first quarter and maintained at least an 8-point lead the rest of the way in a 58-44 victory over visiting Richmond-Burton in Big Northern East play Tuesday night at Rocket Hill.

     
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  • Wauconda tops Richmond-Burton for tourney title Dec 22, 2010 9:37 PM
    Cara Nance received the most coveted present given out at McHenry on Wednesday, as she and her Wauconda basketball teammates clutched the championship trophy of the Northern Illinois Holiday Classic and posed for pictures with it. The other “gifts” the senior forward got during the Bulldogs’ 52-44 win over Richmond-Burton weren’t exactly on her wish list.

     
  • Boys basketball / Lake County roundup Dec 20, 2010 11:41 PM
    At the Grant holiday tournament, Lakes turned up the defensive intensity after halftime to secure a 41-37 victory over Northridge Prep on Monday. The Bulldogs held Northridge Prep to just 11 second-half points. Lakes got a team-high 13 points from Direll Clark while Nick Hibbing added 10 points. Tanner Blain was at the center of the Eagles’ defensive attack. Johnsburg 46, Richmond-Burton 31: At the Grant holiday tournament, Mike Dombrowski scored 14 points to help Johnsburg get its second win of the season. He was the only player to reach double-figures for the Skyhawks, who improve to 2-7. Tim Clary had 12 points for Richmond-Burton.

     
  • State-ranked Richmond routs Hampshire Oct 8, 2010 11:13 PM
    Richmond-Burton spread it around against Hampshire. The Rockets used 13 ballcarriers, and 5 different players scored touchdowns as they remained unbeaten with a 41-7 Big Northern East victory in Hampshire Friday night. Richmond (7-0, 3-0) wasted no time in taking control. The Rockets scored on their opening drive and led 35-0 after one quarter. Hampshire got on the board on a 39-yard touchdown run by Mike Kuefner in the fourth quarter. The Rockets didn’t do anything fancy. They completed just 2 passes for 23 yards, but racked up 267 yards on the ground. Ryne Pearson led the way with 69 yards and 2 touchdowns on just 3 carries. “They’re a state-ranked team for a reason, said Hampshire coach Dan Cavanaugh. “They’re what we expected. They execute their offense very well. It’s not complex; they come right at you. Richmond took it right at Hampshire right off the bat, going 63 yards on its first possession. Pearson capped it off with a 17-yard score. On Hampshire’s first possession, Brett Okane picked off Chase Lundry’s pass and returned it 27 yards for a score. Pearson added his second score, a 45-yarder, minutes later. Brandon Kinsella made it 28-0 on a 6-yard run following a 40-yard fumble return by Travis Jewell. Jack Dechow’s 5-yard run made it 35-0 after less than 10 minutes. The Whip-Purs (1-6, 1-2) played Richmond evenly after that, getting on the board when Kuefner appeared to be down but got loose, reversed field and raced 39 yards up the sideline. Michael Burkhead’s kick made it 41-7. Kuefner finished with 65 yards on 9 carries to lead Hampshire. Nick Antonacci added 44 yards on 11 carries.

     
  • Scouting Burlington Central at Richmond-Burton Feb 8, 2011 11:55 AM
    Central has won 6 of the last 10 meetings in this series, though R-B has won the last two.

     
  • Richmond-Burton stuns Wauconda May 28, 2010 12:01 AM
    Parker Johnston bravely tried to put down a suicide squeeze, even though Jeremy Wagner's fastball was high and tight, and his courage wasn't rewarded.

     
  • Neal's hat trick lifts Lakes May 23, 2010 12:01 AM
    The soccer ball kept finding Alex Neal's feet, and after all the posed pictures were snapped by moms and dads, the regional trophy found the hands of Lakes' all-state midfielder.

     
  • Lakes survives Richmond to play another day Mar 4, 2010 12:01 AM
    Lakes coach Brian Phelan, who didn't want to see his season come to a close quickly, can breathe a sigh of relief.

     
  • Burlington Central scores win on Senior Night Feb 27, 2010 12:01 AM
    Burlington Central's seniors just refused to lose on Senior Night. Steve Hall scored 9 of his 11 points in the second half and Sam Klein also scored 11 as Central knocked off Big Northern East champion Richmond-Burton, 54-49, Friday night on Rocket Hill.

     
  • Tuesday's Fox Valley roundup Feb 24, 2010 12:01 AM
    Elgin was blitzed from the opening tip at Grayslake Central in an 81-40 nonconference boys basketball defeat Tuesday night.

     
  • Richmond-Burton ends its for Lakes Feb 16, 2010 12:01 AM
    Pete Schneider didn't want the best girls basketball season in Lakes' history to end. Which helps explain why he coached until the very end, even though his Eagles trailed visiting Richmond-Burton by as many as 20 points in the fourth quarter.

     
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