November 25, 2012 5:28PM
Updated: December 27, 2012 6:14AM
Freeport 57, Wauconda 50 (ot): The Bulldogs finished 1-3 in the Richmond/Johnsburg tournament. Austin Swenson had 17 points, seven rebounds and four assists in defeat. Thomas Kodey poured in 23 points for Wauconda.
Prairie Ridge 76, Carmel 71: At the Crystal Lake tourney, the Corsairs finished 2-1.
Notre Dame 57, Zion-Benton 52: Despite another 20-plus point night from junior star Milik Yarbrough, the Zee-Bees fell short and finished second with a 4-1 record in the Lane Tech tournament. Notre Dame went 5-0. Tournament MVP Matt Mooney scored 21 points, and Jake Maestranzi added 18 for Notre Dame. Yarbrough had 26.
Deerfield 50, Alcott 43: The Warriors beat a Chicago Public League foe on the final night of the tournament at Palatine.
Walther Lutheran 49, Highland Park 46: At the St. Viator tourney, David Sachs scored 10 points for the Giants in this setback.
Marian Central 53, Round Lake 47: The Panthers played well all week, though they didn’t get the results they wanted in the Woodstock tournament. Marian closed the game on a 15-3 run to take the win away from Round Lake.
Libertyville 46, Westinghouse 32: The Wildcats won for the first time under new coach Greg Pedersen, dominating Westinghouse from the Chicago Public League. Dana Kym had 12 points and Haley Hoeksel 10 in the win. “Our kids worked hard for this win,” said Pedersen.”This was a tough tournament, but we’ll be better for having been here later, when it really counts.”
Fenwick 90, Antioch 48: Fenwick is a big-school state power in this sport. Antioch is now 4-2 on the season. Megan Borries and Paige Gallimore of the Sequoits were named to the all-tourney team. In this game, Gallimore led the Antioch offense with eight points. The Sequoit bench was responsible for 27 of the Antioch points.
Barrington 38, Grayslake Central 27: The Rams finished 2-3 in the challenging Barrington tourney, playing five games against big schools and holding their own.
Tournament at Antioch: This 10-team, two-day event was won by Deerfield, with Antioch second, Grayslake Central fifth and North Chicago eighth. Deerfield’s Ari Saplinskey pinned seven opponents in the tourney and needed just nine minutes to do it. The tourney MVP was Antioch’s Mike Gussarson, who was the champion at 132.
Tournament at Vernon Hills: A 10-team dual-meet tourney was held at Vernon Hills over the weekend, and Maine West went 9-0 to finish first. Vernon Hills went 5-4 and was the only local team in the field.
Class 6A state final: Laquon Treadwell made his presence known at receiver, running back and defensive back, carrying Crete-Monee to a 33-26 win over Cary-Grove to claim the Class 6A state championship. Treadwell had six catches for 85 yards, including a 57-yard touchdown that extended the Warriors lead to 21-10 in the third quarter. He also gained 93 yards on six carries, highlighted by a 69-yard touchdown on the Warriors’ second play on their opening series that made it 6-0. Treadwell also intercepted a pass after the Trojans had recovered a fumble at the Crete 26.Cary-Grove trailed 21-16 at that point.