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Girls basketball: Lake Zurich Exam Jamm recap


On Tuesday night, 18 girls basketball teams from across the Chicagoland area traveled to Lake Zurich high school to participate in a one day shootout.

The field featured four teams in our girls basketball top-20 in addition to plenty of other talented teams that brought out scouts from several collegiate programs.

Here are the scores from the night as well as the standout performances.

(5-6) Hersey-50, (7-4) St. Viator-40

Katie McGrath’s near double-double of 17 points and eight rebounds led the way for the Huskies, With Erin McGrath adding six points and 15 rebounds.

St. Viator trailed for most of the contest but managed to get within two points in the fourth quarter before Hersey pulled away.

Myia Clark had her fourth double-double of the season for the Lions with 20 points and 10 rebounds in the loss.

(8-4) Fremd-48, (7-4) Vernon Hills-47

Down nine points at one point entering the fourth quarter, Vernon Hills’ late rally came up just short as Fremd hit a last second free throw to seal the game.

The Vikings were led by

Kayla Caudle led Vernon Hills with 18 points, 12 rebounds and six steals.

(7-4) Warren-32, (7-4) Lake Zurich-31

A wide open layup by Warren’s Dana Lundtveit with three seconds remaining gave the Blue Devils the win in this low scoring affair.

Warren’s Kaylen Dixon had a game high 10 points to go along with her seven rebounds and four blocks.

Ella Gilbertson scored a team high nine points for Lake Zurich in the loss.

(7-2) Rockford Lutheran-72, (1-9) Buffalo Grove-66

(8-2) Lake Park-57, (5-5) Libertyville-47

Four players for Lake Park were in double figures. Kate Kirkham led the Lancers in scoring with 14 points while Diana Riser added 13 points and 10 rebounds.

(5-4) St. Charles North-51, (5-2) Palatine-42


(9-1) No. 16 Mother McAuley-62, (7-1) No. 9 Wheaton North-44

Mother McAuley came back with a vengeance after their loss to Fenwick as they dominated a top-10 team in Wheaton North from start to finish.

Tara O’Malley did it all for the Mighty Macs and scored a game high 19 points, including four, three pointers. Lauren Ramsey chipped in with 12 points while Kelly Gallagher added 10.

Hannah Swider had 16 points for Wheaton North in the loss.

Full recap coming soon

(11-0) No. 4 Nazareth-59, (6-5) Lake Forest-33

It was Alyssa Geary’s night for the Roadrunners as she posted an impressive stat line of 22 points, 11 rebounds and six blocks.

Annie Stritzel had an unusually quiet night with only 11 points, but she was able to add nine assists.


(6-1) No. 13 Simeon-52, (7-4) Rolling Meadows-42

Rolling Meadows had a lead for much of the first half against the 13th ranked Wolverines, but Simeon’s length and athleticism prevailed.

Simeon often has the look of a top-10 team in the area, but in order to make that next step, the Wolverines have to cut down on turnovers and silly mistakes.

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