McHenry edges Wheeling for Waukegan Girls Tournament title

By Curt Herron – For the IWCOA

Despite overcoming an hour and a half delay earlier in the day due when the competition came to a complete standstill due to issues with the scoring system, McHenry was unfazed as it headed into the final place matches at Saturday’s Waukegan Girls Tournament in its attempt to overcome Wheeling for top honors in the 29-team event.

Coach James Buss’ champion Warriors definitely proved to be up to the challenge as they captured wins in four of their five matches, which included two championships and two third-place finishes, to help them capture top honors by a 118-113 margin over Wheeling.

Lakes Community took third place with 99 points, while Morton co-op, the defending champions featuring athletes from Morton East and Morton West, edged Riverside-Brookfield 89-88 for fourth place. Dundee-Crown and Zion-Benton tied for sixth place with 87 points, Grayslake North finished eighth with 85 points and Round Lake beat out Maine West 79-75 for tenth place.

Buss, a two-time IHSA medalist at De La Salle Institute who won the Class 3A championship at 285 in 2012, was very pleased with how his team performed on a day that certainly turned out to be much longer than anyone had anticipated.

The Warriors received titles from Natalie Corona (145) and Sophia Brown (235) while Addison Hodges (115) and Bri Duran (120) both took third and Madalynn Sima (170) was fourth. While Jazmine Argueta (140) and Tania Garcia (155) fell short of medals, they provided key points for a squad that didn’t compete in last season’s tournament, which featured 18 teams.

“Our girls stepped up tremendously in the entire tournament,” Buss said. “Our girls started off a little slow in the morning but they kicked it into gear and they just kept winning and fighting for every point. It was so balanced and it’s great to see so many girls at a tournament. Last year we had three on our team and this year we have 30. I like that they’re doing team-bonding activities and are building each other up throughout the entire season.

“Our scoring system broke down, but it was a lot of fun because then our girls were able to relax and talk to girls in other programs. I don’t think that I’ve ever been congratulated so much with people saying that our girls were great after they won. I coached boys for the last 10 years and I haven’t seen an atmosphere like girls wrestling. Everyone’s matside and they’re cheering on our teammates and they’re cheering on other peoples’ teammates. It’s super awesome just to see how fast our sport is growing because of how nice everyone is to each other.”

Throughout much of the late stages of the tournament, coach Anthony Piltaver’s runner-up Wildcats looked like they might emerge as champions of a competition where they had placed 13th last season, 123 points behind the champions, Morton co-op.

Obviously having 11 scorers compared to five a year ago made a big difference for Wheeling, which was led by second-place finishes from Haydee Cruz (105), Madeline Chicas (155) and Jasmine Rene (190) while Elise Burkut (130) took third place. Isabella Gomez (115), Layah Woods (135), Krystal Diaz (155B) and Nikol Orendarchuk (170) all provided valuable points.

Lakes Community had a tournament-high three champions. Coach Devin Tortorice’s third-place Eagles were led by champions Zaryia Mouzon (105), Ava Babbs (125) and Josephine Larson (190) while Haven Sylves (110) took second place.

Round Lake had two title winners. Riley Kongkaeow (100) and Ireland McCain (115). The other champions were Harvard’s Alexa Herrera (110), Glenbrook North’s Ariella Dobin (120), Zion-Benton’s Emily Ortiz (130), Freeport’s Cadence Diduch (135), Morton’s Faith Comas (140), Riverside-Brookfield’s Estefany Bejarano (155) and Plainfield Central’s Alicia Tucker (170).

The tournament featured two-time IHSA champion Diduch and 2023 IHSA title winner Tucker. 

On a day where 11 of the 14 title matches were determined by falls, the other three finals were competitive with Comas claiming a 6-4 decision over Zion-Benton’s Adrianna Ketchum at 140 and Larson capturing a 3-1 decision over Rene in the 190 finals. And in the first finals at 100 in which Kongkaeow won 14-7 over Montini Catholic’s Kat Bell, it was 7-7 heading into the final period.

Other second-place finishers were Plainfield Central’s Courtni Chuway (115), Grayslake Central’s Gianna Arzer (120), Waukegan’s Noelani Rodriguez (125), Fremd’s Kandice Wallace (130), Grayslake North’s Quinna Sheets (135), Harvard’s Ithandehui Rosas (145), Palatine’s Sabrina Cargill (170) and Maine West’s Eliana Garrett (235).

Corona, Diduch and Ortiz tied for the most team points with 28 while Babbs, Bejarano, Dobin, Herrera, McCain, Mouzon and Tucker all collected 26 team points. Among the finalists, the individual who made the biggest jump from where they were seeded to where they finished was Sheets, who drew the 15-seed at 135 but finished in second place.

Shortly before a break was going to be taken between rounds, the scoring system shut down. Fortunately, IWCOA Class of 2005 Hall of Famer Tony Clarke, who has been an official for 40 years and has served in a variety of key roles for the IWCOA and IHSA, was the tournament manager, so plans to score the meet in the traditional fashion were arranged and Waukegan coach Andres Santana and his staff got the tournament up and running again before too long.

Individuals who won titles in the B Division were McHenry’s Alexa Garcia (115), Maine South’s Grace Migasi (120), Morton’s Eveyln Miranda (125), Metea Valley’s Janiya Moore (130), Stevenson’s Isabella Baker (135), Zion-Benton’s Tegan Haske (140) and Grace Johnson (145) and Wheeling’s Krystal Diaz (155) and Stephanie Solano (170).

Here’s a look at the champions and weight classes at the Waukegan Girls Tournament

100 – Riley Kongkaeow, Round Lake

One of the many top matchups in the title matches at the Waukegan Girls Tournament was the first one between Round Lake’s Riley Kongkaeow and Montini Catholic’s Kat Bell at 100, which was a meeting of individuals who fell one win shy of medals at 100 at the 2023 IHSA Finals.

The match was even at 7-7 heading into the final period and that’s when Kongkaeow took control with a reversal and then a nearfall to help her capture a 14-7 decision for the 100 title. Kongkaeow, who also took first at Niles West, was one of two champions for the Panthers and earned her spot in the finals with an 11-3 win over Dundee-Crown’s Diamond Rodriguez.

“It was fun,” Kongkaeow said of the title matchup. “I want to try to place. I’ve been doing strength training and working on my technique. We have a lot of new girls, but they’re progressing quickly and I’m proud of them. I just kind of wanted to get my matches done because we were sitting here for a long time. I just wanted to wrestle my best. I just need to stick to my goals and just try to do the best that I can.”

Bell, who also won a title at Niles West and was one of three Broncos in the competition, recorded a fall in 1:33 in the semifinals over Freeport’s Aurielle Calmese. The semifinal losers met up in the third-place match with Rodriguez winning by fall in 5:05 over Calmese. 

105 – Zaryia Mouzon, Lakes Community

After losing a close decision to fall one loss shy of qualifying for the 2023 IHSA Finals, Zaryia Mouzon is determined to not come up short again of a state appearance in her senior year.

And she’s definitely off to a good start after winning a title in the opening week at her own Sandy Gussarson Invitational and then being the first of three champions for Lakes Community at Waukegan when she won by fall in 1:09 over Wheeling’s Haydee Cruz in the 105 title match. Mouzon also got a fall in 1:09 in her semifinal match with Dundee-Crown’s Leslie Figuroa.

“This is my second first-place tournament this year,” Mouzon said. “It was a little challenging my first year at Lakes because there were only two girls, me and Olivia Heft. In my sophomore year, I almost won sectionals and in my junior year, I almost won sectionals. And this year I haven’t lost one match yet. At our last tournament, four girls placed first. We had the least amount of girls on our team but we placed third as a team at our last tournament.”

Cruz, one of three second-place finishers for runner-up Wheeling, reached the 105 finals with a fall in 1:20 over Grant’s Jaiydyn Hoffman. Morton’ Hope Donnamario, who had the most falls in the least time with five in 3:07, claimed third place after recording a pin in 1:26 over Figuroa.

110 – Alexa Herrera, Harvard

When you live in a community like Harvard, which has produced one of the all-time winningest programs in state history, being able to excel in the sport is a big deal. And Alexa Herrera hopes that being a part of the Hornets’ program helps her to become the school’s first state medalist.

Herrera, who fell one win shy of a state trip last year and took third place at the Gussarson Invite, was one of two finalists for the Hornets and their lone champion after winning by fall in 1:50 in the 110 finals over Lakes Community’s Haven Sylves. She won her other two matches by fall, including in 1:28 in the semifinals over Plainfield Central’s Candice Cameron.

“Right now we have four girls on the team,” Herrera said. “(Harvard’s program) It’s run very well and they’re definitely preparing me to be the best that I can be. I started in the eighth grade and there were very few girls on the teams, so it’s great to watch it grow and to get bigger. 

Sylves, one of four finalists for the Eagles, entered on a high note after winning a title at her school’s Sandy Gussarson Invitational. She reached the title mat with a fall in 0:30 over Dundee-Crown’s Iris Torres. Warren Township’s Alyssa Bentley won 8-3 over Torres for third. 

115 – Ireland McCain, Round Lake

Ireland McCain is in good company as being among the select group who will be in pursuit of their third state medals this season. Round Lake’s McCain hopes to finish higher on the IHSA award stand after placing sixth at 115 last year and fifth at 120 in the inaugural IHSA Finals.

After placing fourth at Niles West to open the season, McCain was feeling better about things after claiming top honors in Waukegan at 115 by recording a fall in 1:51 over Plainfield Central’s Courtni Chuway in the title match. She got a pin in 0:59 in the semifinals over Riverside-Brookfield’s Frankie Abasta.

“We lost a few girls last year, but this year our girls are getting much better,”  McCain said. “We’re learning to be a good team and to work hard to do all of the things that we need to get done. I want to set the standards higher and place again. I’ve never seen anybody on the team see one of our teammates cry and not go up and try to fix it and help them. I think we’re very caring about each other.”

Chuway also reached the finals at the Minooka Thanksgiving Throwdown in the season’s first tournament but had to face Glenbard North’s Gabby Gomez. She advanced to the 115 title match against McCain with a fall in 0:34 over Wheeling’s Isabella Gomez. McHenry’s Addison Hodges took third place by recording a fall in 1:37 over Metea Valley’s Uliana Shevtsova.

120 – Ariella Dobin, Glenbrook North

Glenbrook North freshman Ariella Dobin continues to impress after adding to her season-opening championship at Niles West with a title at the Waukegan Girls Tournament after recording a fall in 1:27 over Grayslake Central’s Gianna Arzer in the 120 title match.

One of Glenbrook North two entrants, Dobin used two first-period falls to advance to the championship. In the semifinals, she won with a pin in 1:06 over Zion-Benton’s Anneliese Mata. Following her great start, Dobin has the opportunity to be the Spartans’ first state medalist.

“I wrestled in eighth grade and that was my first year,” Dobin said. “We have three girls. The whole team is very supportive and we just bring each other up and we’re creating a really great community of boys and girls. I’m really excited for the future of girls wrestling. I like that this is very hard but the outcome, when you win, that makes it feel so much better.”

Arzer, the lone individual representing Grayslake Central in the tournament, earned her spot in the 120 finals with three falls, needing just 18 seconds to record a fall in the semifinals over Palatine’s Amialis Izaguirre. In the third-place match, McHenry’s Bri Duran won by fall in 5:55 over Freeport’s Marijose Avila.

125 – Ava Babbs, Lakes Community

Ava Babbs made a name for herself a year ago when she and teammate Josephine Larson placed at state to give Lakes Community two medals in addition to its initial medal in 2022 that was claimed by Olivia Heft, who was a runner-up to Glenwood’s Maya Davis at 115.

Now Babbs, who took third at 125 a year ago, and Larson, who was fifth at 190 in 2023, hope to join Heft as the trio look to become the Eagles’ first two-time medalists. Babbs won her first two matches with falls in 1:11 and then pinned Waukegan’s Noelani Rodriguez in 5:22 in the finals.

“When I first started, it was the first year that there was a girls IHSA state, so that was fun,” Babbs said. “A lot of the people on my team, it was all our first year, so it’s been fun seeing the sport grow and people are getting better. It’s such a close, tight-knit community and everybody is really sweet, no matter the school or the competition, there’s really good sportsmanship. I like that we’re building a culture and traditions right now.”

Rodriguez, who qualified for the IHSA Finals last year and competed in the quarterfinals and opened this season with a title win at Niles West, advanced to the 125 finals with a fall in 2:00 over Lemont’s Molly O’Connor. In the third-place match, Riverside-Brookfield’s Eleanor Aphay won 14-4 over Morton’s Nayeli Rodriguez.

130 – Emily Ortiz, Zion-Benton

Emily Ortiz hopes to do what two others from Zion-Benton have accomplished in the first two years of the IHSA Finals, and that is to win a state medal. Ileen Castrejon took second in the inaugural state finals and then placed third a year ago while Rachel Williams-Henry finished fourth at the historic debut in 2022.

Ortiz saved the best for last for her four falls, needing nearly two periods in her opener and 5:53 in a semifinal victory over Wheeling’s Elise Burkut before capturing the 130 title with a pin in six seconds over Fremd’s Kandice Wallace. A week ago, she took second place at Niles West.

“Last week I took second in my bracket at Niles West,” Ortiz said. “At first I was nervous because it was a rough start and I was like, ‘I can’t do this.’ But I changed my mindset and I was like, ‘I got this, I’m going to take first,’ and I took first. I love my team. We’re all friends and we push each other in the mat room and we work hard.”

Wallace, one of three Vikings who competed and their only medalist, used two first-period pins to reach the 130 title match, including a pin in 1:14 over Warren Township’s Jane Kelly  in the semifinals. Berkut bounced back her semifinal loss to Ortiz by capturing a 13-5 major decision over Kelly in the third-place match.

135 – Cadence Diduch, Freeport 

Just six individuals have won two IHSA titles and only four are back this season. So whenever Cadence Diduch, Sydney Perry, Gabby Gomez and Angelina Cassioppi step onto the mat, all eyes will be focused on their performances.

Freeport’s Diduch, who went 11-0 last season to claim first at 125 and 22-3 in 2022 to win the 120 title in the inaugural IHSA Finals, was one of three Pretzels medal winners on the day. After recording three-straight first-period falls, including in 0:39 in the semifinals over Plainfield Central’s Miah Banda, Diduch captured the 135 title with a pin in 1:59 over Grayslake North’s Quinna Sheets.

Sheets, one of three medal winners from Grayslake North, was seeded 15th but made up 13 spots to meet the two-time defending IHSA champ following a 7-1 decision over Zion-Benton’s Jahmariona Thompson, who bounced back from that setback to capture third place with a fall in 0:50 over Maine West’s Ava Reyes.

140 – Faith Comas, Morton

Faith Comas has experienced a lot of memorable moments for Morton’s co-op team that includes athletes from Morton East and Morton West. The Mustangs were an early leader in the sport, as is seen by them having four medalists in the initial IHSA Finals in 2022.

Comas hopes that she can add her name to that list after being one of the program’s two state qualifiers last season. In a finals round where all but of the title matches ended with falls, senior Comas captured a 6-4 decision over Zion-Benton’s Adrianna Ketchum to take top honors at 140. She won two falls to reach the finals, recording a semifinal pin in 4:35 over Dundee-Crown’s Perla Lomeli.

“This is my fifth year wrestling,” Comas said. “And this is the second time that I ever got first place in anything for wrestling, so this was a pleasant surprise. Karla Topete, she placed at state fifth, and she was my partner when I was a sophomore. And Leilany De Leon got sixth, and she was my partner when I was a junior. I think it comes down to dedication. A lot of schools can have really big numbers, and we had big numbers before. It kind of dwindled down, but because those kids stayed dedicated, we’re able to progress, despite lower numbers.”

Ketchum, who joined 130 champion Emily Ortiz as finalists for the Zee-Bees, reached the 140 title mat by recording a fall in 1:54 over Mundelein’s Khloe Heerdegen. Lomeli won by fall in 0:44 over Heerdegen to claim third place.

145 – Natalie Corona, McHenry

With Wheeling holding a slight advantage over McHenry heading into the first- and third-place matches at the Waukegan Girls Tournament, it was critical for the eventual champion Warriors to get a title from Natalie Corona, and the returning state qualifier who won 30 matches a year ago was determined to capture the championship at 145..

She joined 235 title winner Sophia Brown as champions for coach James Buss’ Warriors, who edged Wheeling by a 118-113 margin to claim top honors . After getting a fall in 0:41 over Riverside-Brookfield’s Danely Villagomez in the semifinals, Corona needed just 11 seconds to pin Harvard’s Ithandehui Rosas on the 145 title mat.

“I was really proud of the whole team and how hard they worked,” Corona said. “Most of these girls are in their first year and they did a really good job today and I’m impressed. It was really good to relax for a little bit and it definitely prepared you for the matches. I think this is pretty good. We’ve worked hard to get this program up and running. And gathering all of these girls and going from three girls to 30 girls this year is crazy. It’s really good that everyone works hard so everyone gets good competition. I like that when we’re in the wrestling room that everyone pushes each other to get better and the coaches push each other to get better. Everyone just works super hard but we also have fun.”

Rosas, who joined 110 champion Alexa Herrera as the Hornets’ medalists, captured a 9-3 semifinal decision over Stevenson’s Sajra Sulejmani, who placed fourth at state at 145 last season and finished fifth at the same weight in the inaugural IHSA Finals. Villagomez claimed third place over Sulejmani due to a medical forfeit.

155 – Estefany Bejarano, Riverside-Brookfield

After getting Eleanor Aphay to state as its lone qualifier in the first IHSA Finals in 2022 and then having Danely Villagomez join Aphay at state as Riverside-Brookfield claimed its first victories there last season, the program looks for bigger and better things this season, such as having its initial medal winner.

Things have gotten off to a good start for the Bulldogs as Estefany Bejarano reached the top of the awards stand at 155 after getting a fall in 1:02 over Wheeling’s Madeline Chicas while Aphay and Villagomez both took third place. Bejarano only needed 10 seconds to record a fall in the semifinals over Stevenson’s Taylor Braden to assure her spot on the championship mat.

Chicas, one of three second-place finishers for coach Anthony Piltaver’s runner-up Wildcats, needed 11 seconds to record a fall over Grant’s Cassidy Graham to advance to the finals. For third place, Grayslake North’s Jacqueline Cordova-Marquina won by fall in 0:43 over Dundee-Crowns’s Mackenzie Lessner.

170 – Alicia Tucker, Plainfield Central 

Alicia Tucker caught a lot of peoples’ attention last season when she put together a memorable season where she posted a 34-2 record and not only became Plainfield Central’s first medalist in the sport, but she took top honors at 155 to become its first champion and one of three Wildcats female athletes to ever win an IHSA title in any sport.

Now she hopes to join a more exclusive group, the two-time champions. There’s only been six in the first two years of IHSA competition and four are competing this season, including Freeport’s Cadence Diduch, who also won a title in Waukegan. Tucker added to a season-opening title at Minooka with a first at 155 after winning by fall in 1:41 over Palatine’s Sabrina Cargill. She needed 32 seconds to get a pin in the semifinals over McHenry’s Madalynn Sima.

“It feels great, moving up a weight class and getting all of these wins,” Tucker said. “It’s a big confidence booster. It was a really long day and I’ve been up since early this morning. I’ve just been really tired and it took a lot to just focus back on being in the moment during that match. I remember last year at this same tournament, there were not nearly as many wrestlers as there are this year.” 

Cargill, a state qualifier last year who won 26 matches, was the Pirates’ lone medalist. She won her first two matches with falls in the opening period, including in 1:11 in the semifinals over Maine West’s Lillian Garrett, who claimed third place with a fall in 2:00 over Sima. 

190 – Josephine Larson, Lakes Community

Josephine Larson put the finishing touches on a successful day for third-place Lakes Community when she captured a 3-1 decision over Wheeling’s Jasmine Rene in the 190 finals to give the Eagles a tournament-high three champions, with the others being Zaryia Mouzon at 105 and Ava Babbs at 125.

Larson, who went 15-4 and took fifth at 190 at state in 2023, hopes to join teammates Olivia Heft and Babbs in becoming two-time medal winners. Babbs placed third last year while Heft was the program’s first medal winner in 2022 with a runner-up finish. Larson added to a season-opening title win at her school’s Sandy Gussarson Invitational by recording three falls, including one in 2:15 in the semifinals over Maine West’s Jathziry Valencia Carranza, to reach the title mat.

“My freshman year, we only had five girls on our team and this year we have nine, so it’s awesome,” Larson said. “Our team did really well in this tournament. We took third overall and I think that’s awesome because we have a ton of first-year wrestlers.”

Rene became Wheeling’s first state medalist a year ago when she went 18-10 and took fourth place at 190. She reached the title mat at 190 with a fall in 1:52 over Grayslake North’s Jeniah Robinson. Waukegan’s Jennifer Perez won 4-0 over Robinson to finish third.

235 – Sophia Brown, McHenry

There’s nothing quite like winning the last championship of the day to help assure that your team is going to capture a tournament team title. But that’s just what Sophia Brown was able to do in the 235 title match when she recorded a fall in 1:03 over Maine West’s Eliana Garrett to assure that coach James Buss’ Warriors would prevail over Wheeling for top honors at the Waukegan Girls Tournament.

Brown, who joined 145 title winner Natalie Corona as one of McHenry’s two champions, hopes to do something that only one other individual has achieved thus far in the program, and that’s placing at state, which Emma Garrett accomplished in 2022, when she took sixth place at 140. Brown earned her trip to the 235 title mat with a fall in 1:09 over Round Lakes’ Yareli Macias in her only other match.

Garrett, the top-finisher among Maine West’s three medalists, recorded a fall in 1:34 over Warren Township’s Olivia Zasadil in the semifinals in her first match of the competition. In the third place match at 235, Macias won by fall in 1:15 over Zasadil.

Championship matches for the Waukegan Girls Tournament

100 – Riley Kongkaeow (Round Lake) D 14-7 Kat Bell (Montini Catholic)

105 – Zaryia Mouzon (Lakes Community) F 1:09 Haydee Cruz (Wheeling)

110 – Alexa Herrera (Harvard) F 1:50 Haven Sylves (Lakes Community)

115 – Ireland McCain (Round Lake) F 1:51 Courtni Chuway (Plainfield Central)

120 – Ariella Dobin (Glenbrook North) F 1:27 Gianna Arzer (Grayslake Central)

125 – Ava Babbs (Lakes Community) F 5:22 Noelani Rodriguez (Waukegan)

130 – Emily Ortiz (Zion-Benton) F 0:06 Kandice Wallace (Fremd)

135 – Cadence Diduch (Freeport) F 1:59 Quinna Sheets (Grayslake North)

140 – Faith Comas (Morton) D 6-4 Adrianna Ketchum (Zion-Benton)

145 – Natalie Corona (McHenry) F 0:11 Ithandehui Rosas (Harvard)

155 – Estefany Bejarano (Riverside-Brookfield) F 1:02 Madeline Chicas (Wheeling)

170 – Alicia Tucker (Plainfield Central) F 1:41 Sabrina Cargill (Palatine)

190 – Josephine Larson (Lakes Community) D 3-1 Jasmine Rene (Wheeling)

235 – Sophia Brown (McHenry) F 1:03 Eliana Garrett (Maine West)

115 B – Alexa Garcia (McHenry) F 3:35 Karolina Jaramillo-Garcia (Round Lake)

120 B – Grace Migasi (Maine South) F 1:59 Mirissa Buhler (McHenry)

125 B – Evelyn Miranda (Morton) F 0:17 Kylila Marquez (McHenry)

130 B – Janiya Moore (Metea Valley) F 1:00 Lydia Dillon (Grayslake North)

135 B – Isabella Baker (Stevenson) F 0:16 Vanesa Penaloza (Freeport)

140 B – Tegan Haske (Zion-Benton) F 1:24 Kimberly Hernandez (Dundee-Crown)

145 B – Grace Johnson (Zion-Benton) F 0:10 Emily Anaya (Riverside-Brookfield)

155 B – Krystal Diaz (Wheeling) F 1:00 Natalie Gonzalez (Dundee-Crown)

170 B – Stephanie Solano (Wheeling) F 0:45 Zyon Jordan (Plainfield Central)

Team scoring for the Waukegan Girls Tournament

1. McHenry 118, 2. Wheeling 113, 3. Lakes Community 99, 4. Morton 89, 5. Riverside-Brookfield 88, 6. Dundee-Crown 87, 6. Zion-Benton 87, 8. Grayslake North 85, 9. Round Lake 79, 10. Maine West 75, 11. Plainfield Central 67, 12. Warren Township 61, 13. Harvard 52, 14. Freeport 50, 15. Stevenson 42, 16. Waukegan 40, 17. Metea Valley 36, 18. Palatine 35, 19. Lemont 31, 20. Glenbrook North 26, 21. Grayslake Central 22, 22. Fremd 20, 22. Montini Catholic 20, 24. Grant 19, 25. Mundelein 15, 26. Lake Forest 14, 26. Saint Viator 14, 28. Maine South 10, 29. Guilford 3.

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