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Stevenson rolls to own tourney title

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Volleyball

Stevenson wins invite: Stevenson was at home, sweet home in winning its own six-team invitational, which also involved Vernon Hills.

The Patriots won every match in a two-game sweep. They defeated Highland Park (25-21, 25-11), Loyola (25-18, 27-26), Wheeling (25-12, 25-22), McHenry (25-11, 25-10) and Vernon Hills (25-8, 25-19). Khaila Donaldson led the way with 38 kills on the day. Peyton Bykowski added 56 digs.

For Vernon Hills, which went 0-5 on the day, Katie Brettman rolled up 29 kills and Val Barybina added 24 kills.

Warren d. Wauwatosha: Lindsey Biedron had 7 kills and 4 aces to lead Warren to a 25-17, 17-25, 25-18 win over Wauwatosha. Allyson Mitchell had 5 kills while setter Lauren Frericks had 4 kills to go along with 16 assists.

Boys soccer

Round Lake 4, Libertyville 1: Four players scored for the Panthers in the North Suburban crossover win. Round Lake got goals from Raul Albor, Alejandro Sotelo, Freddie Ramirez and Marcos Avelar.

Grayslake North 1, Lakes 1: Nick Rice scored off a Gavin Amburn assist for Grayslake North, which got 5 saves from Dean Jones.

Boys golf

Trevian Invite: At the 16-team Bruce Slovitt Trevian Invite at Winnetka Golf Club, Bret Cigelnik of Mundelein finished in 6th place with a 73.

Cougar Classic: At the 8-team Cougar Classic at White Deer Run, Libertyville placed third with a 198. Billy Knutson led the Wildcats with a 48.

TJ Collins finished with a 48 for Warren while Teddy Noll led Lake Zurich with a 49 and Ricky Schmidt had a team-best 50 for Vernon Hills.

Girls tennis

Carmel wins quad: Carmel took first place in its own quad, which involved Loyola, Lake Forest Academy and Prospect, which finished in second place.

Wheeling Quad: Mundelein lost to Wheeling 3-2 despite a straight set sweep by Kalli Majewski in the No. 1 singles match.

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