Barrington takes MSL crown

By Gary Larsen for the IWCOA

Team tournament titles shouldn’t come easy and Barrington’s MSL tournament win over second-place Hersey was certainly no cake-walk.

Barrington won 265.5-255.5 over Hersey and heavyweight Clarence Jackson got right to the point when asked how the Broncos did it.

“We stayed in tune and never gave up,” Jackson said of his team. “We kept going. We fought.”

Barrington stopped Hersey from winning its third consecutive MSL team title Saturday, inside the fieldhouse at The Academy at Forest View in Arlington Heights.

“Everybody just had a will to win and a goal,” Barrington senior Rhenzo Augusto said. “We really wanted it bad and we got it. We have a bunch of young guys and they’ve been working hard and improving a lot, all of them. The future is bright for them for sure.”

Barrington won the MSL team crown in 2020 and 2022, with 2021’s tournament canceled because of COVID. Prospect (189) finished third Saturday, followed by Fremd (186.5) and Schaumburg (166.5) to round out the top five team finishes.

“We had a really good two days and I’m proud of the way they battled and fought for each other,” Barrington coach Dan Keller said. “We scored a ton of bonus points, which we knew was going to be huge in this thing. We knew it would be tight and in the end we pulled through.”

Elk Grove (130) placed sixth, followed by Buffalo Grove (110), Wheeling (85), Conant (73), Palatine (71), Hoffman Estates (64), and Rolling Meadows (39).

Where bonus points were concerned, Hersey earned an 18-13 edge in falls over Barrington, but the Broncos posted a 6-1 edge in tech falls over the Huskies.

With a tech fall and a major decision in the finals, and three falls posted on the third-place mat, the Broncos earned bonus points in five of the six matches they wrestled in top-four place matches.

Keller got Individual titles from Kaleb Pratt (106), Rhenzo Augusto (150) and Clarence Jackson (285), and seconds from Ryan Dorn (120), Daniel Blanke (132), and Silas Oberholtzer (157).

Barrington also got thirds from Saul Ramirez (113), Jimmy Whitaker (126), and Ayden Salley 190), a fourth from Brady Wright (144), a fifth from Peter Kazaglis (215), sixths from Brennan O’Donnell (138) and Liam Tierney (165), and an eighth from Marino Bernardi (175).

Barrington also got a tech fall at 215 on the fifth-place mat from Kazaglis, on a day when every bonus point mattered.

“We placed fourteen and I’m proud of all fourteen of them,” Keller said. “But Saul Ramirez (113) came in unseeded and has been in and out of our lineup, and he came through and take third. He’s 11-11 but he’s much better than what his record shows and I’m excited to see what he can do in the post-season.”

Hersey also wrestled without last year’s MSL champion at 106 in junior Danny Lehman, and Keller knows what’s coming down the pike when the two MSL powers square off at this year’s regional.

“We’re not ignorant of the fact that they had one of their hammers out this weekend,” Keller said of Lehman’s absence. “So this doesn’t mean anything come regionals. We’ll keep working and focusing on ourselves, and make sure we’re at our best at regionals and let it fly.

“We’re happy but by the same accord, by midnight tonight all of our focus goes to regionals, and this is in the past,” Keller said.

Second-place Hersey got individual titles from Anthony Orozco-Diaz (113), Abdullokh Khamikov (126), and Maksim Mukhamedaliyev (132), plus seconds from Rodrigo Arceo (138) and Anthony Cambria (190), thirds from Esteban Delgado (120), Jake Hanson (144), Frank Tagoe (150), and Tim Boldt (157), and a fourth from Gustav Dammann (285).

Mid Suburban League tournament individual championship results:

106 – Kaleb Pratt, Barrington

Barrington freshman Kaleb Pratt has learned a few things in his transition from a kids’ club eighth-grader to a high school freshman wrestling at the varsity level.

Illinois’ 8th-ranked 106-pounder applied those lessons and won his first MSL title on Saturday.

“It’s the longer periods,” Pratt said. “You have to work harder in practice so you’re not gassed in matches. And I learned you have to be smart for the team – if you’re in a close dual, don’t give up extra points.”

Pratt’s other tournament finishes this year included a second at Barrington, a fifth at Hinsdale Central, and a sixth at Wisconsin’s Cheesehead. Barrington coach Dan Keller is happy with Pratt’s career trajectory in his rookie year.

“We knew he was super talented and he just had to fix some small mistakes,” Keller said. “But he’s super coachable and he’s really coming along.”

No only did Pratt (28-10) not give up extra points, he earned extra points to help Barrington to this year’s MSL team title. Pratt opened with a fall and then won by tech fall on the title mat against Schaumburg’s Austin Phelps (25-10).

Pratt led all wrestlers in the tournament with 29.5 points scored for his team, but like a good teammate, Pratt had one regret in his title match.

“I wish I could have gotten a pin to get more (team) points,” Pratt said.

Buffalo Grove’s Dawson Horvath (19-11) placed third and Wheeling’s David Perez (19-4) was fourth.

113 – Anthony Orozco-Diaz, Hersey

Huskies junior Anthony Orozco-Diaz (20-2) won a tough 6-4 decision in his quarterfinal match against Barrington’s Saul Ramirez (14-12), and it seemingly lit a fire under him.

Top-seeded Orozco-Diaz won his next two matches by first-period falls, culminating in a fall at 1:18 on the title mat at 113 over Fremd’s second-seeded Trent Odachowski (19-6). Orozco-Diaz also had a third-place tournament finish at Barrington this year.

Ramirez went on to finish third and Conant’s Mike Goolish (20-12) was fourth, followed by Schaumburg’s Bryan Sanchez (19-13) in fifth and Wheeling’s Frankie Katz (16-9) in sixth.

120 – Brady Phelps, Schaumburg

Schaumburg junior Brady Phelps’ path this season has been anything but typical. Returning from injuries is a common plight in wrestling but what Phelps had to recover from this year was a different animal.

Only 3,000 people in the US each year contract meningitis – 1.33 cases per every 100,000 people – but Phelps was unlucky enough to contract it in the second week of the current wrestling season.

“I was out for four and a half weeks,” Phelps said. “There was a lot of swelling around my brain, it was hard to breath through my nose, and it’s viral so antibiotics was all I could take. I only came back around three weeks ago.”

Phelps was an MSL champ at 113 last year, and placed fifth and sixth downstate in each of his first two high school wrestling seasons. Now fully recovered, he’s ready to make another run at state glory.

In winning his second MSL title on Saturday, Phelps (15-0) wanted to show everyone that his No. 2 state rankings is bona fide. He posted a fall and a teach fall before having a dominant third period on the title mat at 120 against Barrington’s Ryan Dorn (20-15).

Phelps led 3-0 after two periods before breaking the match open with three takedowns in the third, en route to a 9-3 win.

“I wanted to show people that I can that state title,” Phelps said. “I wanted to put it on him and show him what I’m about.

“From a technical aspect I think I’m much better this year, and I think I’ve matured a lot since last season. I’ve been getting more leg attacks and more explosive on my feet.”

Third-seeded Dorn topped Hersey’s second-seeded Esteban Delgado (17-1) to reach the finals. Esteban went on to place third with a win over Hoffman Estates’ Tengis Vaanchigkhorol (9-12).

126 – Abdullokh Khakimov, Hersey

Hersey senior Abdullokh Khakimov has only been in the United States for two years, and has had to learn folk-style wrestling on the fly.

Khakimov is flying pretty high.

Second-seeded Khakimov (24-6) used a second-period ankle pick to score the only takedown of his title match at 126 against Elk Grove’s top-seeded Grant Madl (29-2), to capture a 3-1 decision.

“In the second period he stepped and I saw it and picked him,” Khakimov said. “This feels great. I don’t have as much strength as some of my opponents but I think I’m wrestling smart.”

Illinois’ fourth-ranked Khakimov was third at 113 in last year’s MSL tournament. He was second at this year’s Barrington tournament and fifth at the Dvorak. Fifth-ranked Madl was a tournament champion at Glenbard West, Niles West, and Buffalo Grove this year.

Barrington’s Jimmy Whitaker (25-15) placed third with a win against Schaumburg’s fourth-place Aidan Ploski (10-5).

132 – Maksim Mukhamedaliyev, Hersey

Hersey’s Maksim Mukhamedaliyev won an individual title at Barrington to start the year and finished second at the Dvorak in December. Now the junior can add an MSL title to that list as fuel on the fire heading into the state tournament.

Mukhamedaliyev placed 6th in Illinois at 126 last season and feels more prepared for Champaign this year. 

“I practiced more – multiple practices in a day, working hard, and I’m more dedicated,” Mukhamedaliyev said. “I fixed some problems I had last year. I was letting guys in on my legs so I worked on my defense, and I’ve got good practice partners, too. It all adds up.”

Mukhamedaliyev posted a pair of falls before winning by major decision in the finals against Barrington’s Daniel Blanke. Fourth-seeded Blanke upset No. 2 Alazar Eyob of Hersey to reach the finals.

Mukhamedaliyev (27-2) had a first-period takedown and led 6-3 after two periods against Blanke (21-9). He locked up a cradle in the third period and earned back points en route to a 16-4 decision win.

Mukhamedaliyev is also on board with his program’s approach to end-of-the-season wrestling.

“Lots of coaches say now is when you taper down but we don’t believe that,” Mukhamedaliyev said. “We believe now is when you have to hit it the hardest.”

Hoffman Estates’ Alazar Eyob (28-6) finished third at 132 and Prospect’s Kasper Kosciarz (22-18) placed fourth.

138 – Giorgio Difalco, Prospect

Two months ago, Prospect senior Giorgio Difalco lost a 3-2 decision in overtime to Hersey’s Rodrigo Arceo at the season-opening Moore-Prettyman tournament at Barrington.

Vengeance for Difalco (28-8) arrived Saturday, when he and Arceo (17-10) again wrestled to overtime, this time with an MSL title on the line. Difalco used a third-period takedown at the edge in the first overtime period to win a 3-1 decision.

“He lost to Arceo earlier in the year, and he was very focused on improving from that match and making sure it did not happen again,” Prospect coach Ashton Brown said.

“Giorgio was stuck behind some really good wrestlers the last few years, but he was committed in the offseason to make his senior year special. He was very active on the freestyle/greco scene this offseason as he wrestled for team Illinois at Fargo. His work ethic is phenomenal and he has worked to make sure he’s at his best as we head into the postseason. I’m excited to see how Giorgio finishes the year.”

Schaumburg’s Rocco Fontela (27-9) placed third at 138 and Buffalo Grove’s Max Turner (18-12) finished fourth.

144 – Evan Gosz, Fremd

Gosz won the MSL title at 126 last year and was MSL champion at 113 as a freshman two years ago. He finished third in Champaign in each of those seasons.

After winning his third MSL title Saturday, Illinois’ third-ranked wrestler at 144 is now assessing his immediate future.

“I’m really excited but I don’t know where I’m going yet (138 or 144),” Gosz said. “At 138 there’s (St. Charles East’s Tyler) Guerra, who’s a really tough opponent and I’ve wrestled him before. At 144 there’s (Joliet West’s) Carson Weber and (St. Charles East’s) Jayden Colon, and both are really tough opponents.

“I’m in the middle somewhere. I think I’d perform well at 38 but I also think I’d perform well at 44 and I wouldn’t have to cut (weight).”

Wherever he ends up, Gosz will take an unblemished 26-0 record with him after winning an 8-0 title-mat decision against Schaumburg’s sixth-ranked junior Callen Kirchner (27-2).

Gosz also won tournament titles at Prospect and Conant this season. He placed third twice in Champaign at 145 and feels even better-equipped this year to get himself into the Grand March.

“I’ve developed a pretty good offense. Last year I was mostly a defensive wrestler and scored off people’s shots,” Gosz said. “I’ve started developing shots and now I’m moving people around. Because if I can get my offense going and build up points, then I’m not wrestling from behind.”

Hersey’s Jake Hanson (27-10) placed third at 144 and Barrington’s Brady Wright (25-16) took fourth.

150 – Rhenzo Augusto, Barrington

After Barrington senior Rhenzo Augusto won his first MSL title Saturday, Broncos coach Dan Keller tossed a weighty accolade in his direction.

“He’s one of the best leaders by example that I have ever had in all my years of coaching, and I’ve had some really good ones,” Keller said. “I know when I come to practice that Rhenzo is going to be there working his tail off, doing whatever we ask of him for the whole entire time.”

After placing second at 138 at last year’s MSL tournament, fourth-ranked Augusto (33-5) was the tournament’s top seed at 150 this year. Two tech falls and then a 14-3 major decision on the title mat later, Augusto had his MSL crown.

“It was the same approach – just go in there and fight,” Augusto said of his title match against Schaumburg’s Gavin Hinkle (22-8). “I still have stuff to work on and next time I’ll do even better.”

Augusto then echoed what top wrestlers across Illinois are all thinking right now: “My goal is to be a state champ,” he said.

Augusto placed second in tournaments at Barrington and Hinsdale Central this year, and was 10th at one of the toughest annual regional tournaments, Wisconsin’s Cheesehead.

The meat-grinder in Wisconsin was an invaluable tool.

“I loved it,” Augusto said of the Cheesehead. “Even though I lost a few matches it really showed me what I have to work on. I truly feel blessed to be able to wrestle and lose to those guys so I can work on my stuff.”

Hersey’s Frank Tagoe (14-10) placed third and Prospect’s Joe Quirk (22-16) finished fourth at 150.

157 – Ryan Muslimovic, Fremd

The second of three seniors winning their first MSL titles, Fremd’s Ryan Muslimovic rode his way to victory in Arlington Heights,

Top-seeded Muslimovic (34-5) rode out Barrington’s third-seeded Silas Oberholtzer (26-10) for the entire third period, en route to a 3-2 title-mat win.

A Muslimovic escape to start the second period tied the score 2-2 before Oberholtzer was tagged with a penalty point for stalling.

That’s when Muslimovic showed what leg-riding can do for you. Oberholtzer chose down to start the third period and could not escape Muslimovic for the next two minutes.

“The start of junior year, when I first started experimenting with leg-riding. I got the hang of it and we just kept improving it,” Muslimovic said.

“It’s just a mentality. You can’t just cut him. Top is my favorite position and I have the philosophy that no one escapes from me. I’ll mat-return him twenty times if I have to.”

Muslimovic won a tournament title at Glenbard West this year, placed second at Barrington, third at Prospect, and seventh in a tournament in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. He is currently ranked sixth at 157 in Illinois.

“I was on the third-place mat here last year so it feels good in my senior year to win it,” Muslimovic said. “Now I’ll do whatever it takes now to get downstate and get on the podium.”

Hersey’s Tim Boldt (20-14) took third at 157 while Conant’s Tanner Cosgrove (28-8) finished fourth.

165 – Connor Munn, Prospect

Wrestling is all about mental toughness and last year, nobody had to find their ceiling for toughness any more than Prospect senior Connor Munn (32-7) did.

Munn wrestled his entire junior season with a torn labrum and still managed to become a state qualifier. But he’s relieved to have that limiting and constant shoulder pain behind him.

Munn had surgery in May of 2023, then sat out for six months of healing.

“My first practice back was our first team practice this year at Prospect,” Munn said. “It took about a month and a half before my conditioning started coming back. It was hard and the most important thing was getting into a lot of long matches. That’s the best way.”

Now healthy, the ninth-ranked wrestler at 165 in Illinois won his first MSL title with a 4-0 decision over Fremd’s Peter Mondus (33-10). Munn won a 4-2 overtime decision against Mondus earlier this year.

Munn had a first-period takedown and a third-period reversal in their rematch, and was dominant from the top position in between.

“I just wanted to get to my attacks more in neutral, and I did a good job riding him on top,” Munn said. “I think I rode him for three and a half or four minutes so I’m proud of that.”

Munn also won a tournament title at Prospect this year. He placed fifth at Barrington to start the year and recently placed 11th at Wisconsin’s formidable Cheesehead tournament.

“My conditioning has gotten better throughout the year and once my conditioning is a hundred percent I think I’ll be able to wrestle with anybody,” Munn said.

Elk Grove’s Logan Tosterud (9-6) placed third at 165, and Buffalo Grove’s Chris Chi (25-5) was fourth.

175 – Benny Schlosser, Elk Grove

Whenever a wrestler re-dedicates himself to the sport, good things happen.

Elk Grove senior Benny Schlosser didn’t place at last year’s MSL tournament and when the off-season came, he made a choice.

“I got more practice in the off-season and that really helped me out,” Schlosser said. “About two months before the season I started going to Gomez (Wrestling Academy) and my technique improved. I learned how to shoot better and defend shots. And I’ve been better with conditioning this year which obviously really helps in the third periods of matches.”

Schlosser’s extra work has paid off big-time. The senior appeared in the finals of a tournament for the fifth time Saturday and won his first MSL title, with an 8-6 decision over Palatine’s Trey Widlowski (28-4) on the title mat.

Top-seeded Widlowski has wrestled at 190 most of the year. He won a tournament title at 190 at Palatine, placed second at Buffalo Grove, and finished third in tournaments at Glenbrook South and Fenton.

“I never wrestled him. I heard he aggressive before I wrestled him so I was ready for that,” Schlosser said. “He was aggressive and I just had to wrestle smart. I couldn’t take any shots that weren’t there.”

Schlosser also won a tournament title at Buffalo Grove, to go with title-mat appearances and runner-up finishes at Neuqua Valley, Niles West, and Glenbard West this season. He’ll hold his MSL title dear to his heart.

“It feels great. I always wanted to be up on the board in the room,” Schlosser said.

Prospect’s Michael Matuszak (23-12) finished third at 175 and Anthony D’Ambrosio (16-8) placed fourth.

190 – Jaxon Penovich, Prospect

Dominance had a face at this year’s MSL tournament, and it belonged to Prospect sophomore Jaxon Penovich.

In improving to 36-3 and winning his second MSL title, Illinois’ top-ranked 190-pounder also led all wrestlers with 79 total-match points scored, 30 single-match points scored, and had the most tech falls in the least time – three in 10:41.

Penovich won all three of his matches by tech fall, capped by a tech fall on the title mat against Hersey’s Anthony Cambria (24-10).

Penovich placed 5th at 195 in Champaign as a freshman. Fifth is not going to be good enough for him this year.

“I’ve had a year of maturing and beating up on guys,” Penovich said. “I’ve (tech falled) or pinned everyone I’ve wrestled in Illinois so far. I’ve had a target on my back all year, where last year people might have thought ‘he got lucky, just a lucky freshman’. But I’ve been putting the work in just as much as they are.”

Penovich also finished first in tournaments at Barrington and Prospect this year, and was fourth at Wisconsin’s formidable Cheesehead tournament. All of his wins have come by either fall or tech fall.

“My conditioning is better this year,” he said. “Kids are getting worn out after a period against me this year and don’t know what to do by the second or third period.

“Last year was great, it was a great accomplishment. But I didn’t get what I wanted. Now I want to prove that no matter what anybody does, I’m going to be dominant.”

Barrington’s Ayden Salley (28-14) placed third at 190 and Buffalo Grove’s Caden Watson (27-7) finished fourth.

215 – Dylan Berkowitz, Elk Grove

Elk Grove’s Dylan Berkowitz shocked the MSL tournament field last year, winning the title at 215 as a sophomore. That’s where his road to confidence began.

“I went into this tournament unranked last year, nobody really knew me, and I won it,” Berkowitz said. “Then I got ranked and came into this season ranked, so that all helped my confidence. And now my confidence is way higher than last year.”

As the top seed at 215 this year, Berkowitz (25-5) took care of business, but this year’s title certainly come easy. After posting two falls to reach the finals, Berkowitz had to gut out a 1-0 win in the finals against Hoffman Estates’ second-seeded Abdulhamid Olowu (24-4).

Berkowitz rode Olowu out for the entire third period to get the win.

“(Olowu) was really strong and I couldn’t really do anything against him,” Berkowitz said. “I just kept hearing my coaches telling me to keep going, motivating me.”

Olowu won tournament titles at Hoffman Estates, and Vernon Hills, and Berkowitz was a tournament runner-up this year at Niles West, Glenbard West, and Buffalo Grove. 

Berkowitz was a state qualifier last year as a sophomore, and he aims to get back to Champaign with a little more calmness and poise in his arsenal.

“I was really nervous last year,” Berkowitz said. “It’s a big stadium, everyone’s watching, everyone’s in there – so many teams, so many coaches. You just have to soak it in and try to look at it as just another tournament, and have fun. This year I want to place down there.”

Prospect’s Brock Clay (10-16) placed third at 215 and Fremd’s Jaime Vela (25-18) placed fourth.

285 – Clarence Jackson, Barrington

After placing fourth at last year’s MSL tournament as a freshman at 285, Barrington’s fourth-seeded Clarence Jackson had to get past Elk Grove’s top-seeded and previously unbeaten Mikey MIlovich just to get to the finals.

Mission accomplished, by third-period pin.

“That was really hard. That guy was really tough,” Jackson said of Milovich. “I just listened to my coaches and stayed solid with a good stance.”

Conant’s second-seeded Harley Stary was then all that stood between Jackson and his first MSL title. The two slugged it out to a 4-4 tie after three periods before Jackson fought off a Stary takedown attempt in overtime, then got the takedown he needed for a 6-4 win.

“It’s a rush. Overtime is scary but you have to keep going and don’t tell yourself you’re tired,” Jackson said.

Barrington coach Dan Keller might well have a diamond in the rough on his hands.

“Last year was Clarence’s first year wrestling,” Keller said. “So he’s learning every day. Every day it’s new stuff to him and he’s really climbing and building. He played football so he didn’t get much (wrestling) practice in at the start of the season. But he’s getting better and better and the sky is the limit for him.”

Top individual statistics:

Most pins, least time – 3 in 4:56 by Prospect’s Karol Kosciaz

Most tech falls, least time – 3 in 10:41 by Prospect’s Jaxon Penovich

Fastest fall – 0:21 by Prospect’s Brock Clay

Fastest tech fall – 2:18 by Prospect’s Jaxon Penovich

Most team points – 29.5 by Barrington’s Kaleb Pratt

Most single-match points – 30 by Prospect’s Jaxon Penovich

Most total-match points – 79 by Prospect’s Jaxon Penovich

MSL championship match results:

106 – Kaleb Pratt (Barrington) TF 4:11 Austin Phelps (Schaumburg)

113 – Anthony Orozco-Diaz (Hersey) F 1:18 Trent Odachowski (Fremd)

120 – Brady Phelps (Schaumburg) D 9-3 Ryan Dorn (Barrington)

126 – Abdullokh Khakimov (Hersey) D 3-1 Grant Madl (Elk Grove)

132 – Maksim Mukhamedaliyev (Hersey) MD 16-4 Daniel Blanke (Barrington)

138 – Giorgio Difalco (Prospect) SV-1 3-1 Rodrigo Arceo (Hersey)

144 – Evan Gosz (Fremd) MD 8-0 Callen Kirchner (Schaumburg)

150 – Rhenzo Augusto (Barrington) MD 14-3 Gavin Hinkle (Schaumburg)

157 – Ryan Muslimovic (Fremd) D 3-2 Silas Oberholtzer (Barrington)

165 – Connor Munn (Prospect) D 4-0 Peter Mondus (Fremd)

175 – Benny Schlosser (Elk Grove) D 8-5 Trey Widlowski (Palatine)

190 – Jaxon Penovich (Prospect) TF 3:50 Anthony Cambria (Hersey)

215 – Dylan Berkowitz (Elk Grove) D 1-0 Abdulhamid Olowu (Hoffman)

285 – Clarence Jackson (Barrington) SV-1 6-4 Harley Stary (Conant)

MSL third-place matches:

106 – Dawson Horvath (Buffalo Grove) F 4:00 David Perez (Wheeling)

113 – Saul Ramirez (Barrington) F 5:50 Mike Goolish (Conant)

120 – Esteban Delgado (Hersey) D 6-2 Tengis Vaanchigkhorol (Hoffman)

126 – Jimmy Whitaker (Barrington) F 2:40 Aidan Ploski (Schaumburg)

132 – Alazar Eyob (Hoffman) D 10-9 Kasper Kosciarz (Prospect)

138 – Rocco Fontela (Schaumburg) F 5:31 Max Turner (Buffalo Grove)

144 – Jake Hanson (Hersey) F 1:14 Brady Wright (Barrington)

150 – Frank Tagoe (Hersey) F 5:44 Joe Quirk (Prospect)

157 – Tim Boldt (Hersey) SV-1 4-2 Tanner Cosgrove (Conant)

165 – Logan Tosterud (Elk Grove) fft. Chris Chi (Buffalo Grove)

175 – Michael Matuszak (Prospect) F 3:26 D’Ambrosio Anthony (Fremd)

190 – Ayden Salley (Barrington) F 5:36 Caden Watson (Buffalo Grove)

215 – Brock Clay (Prospect) F 3:43 Jaime Vela (Fremd)

285 – Mikey Milovich (Elk Grove) D 3-1 Gustav Dammann (Hersey)

Final team scores: 1. Barrington (265.5) 2. Hersey (255.5) 3. Prospect (189) 4. Fremd (186.5) 5. Schaumburg (166.5) 6. Elk Grove (130) 7. Buffalo Grove (110) 8. Wheeling (85) 9. Conant (73) 10. Palatine (71) 11. Hoffman Estates (64) 12. Rolling Meadows (39)

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