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Record victory for Grayslake North
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Published: 1/30/2013 12:01 AM

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Grayslake North’s girls basketball team netted its 22nd win, a program record, by defeating host Waukegan 60-32 Tuesday night.

The Knights dominated each quarter, leading 30-11 at halftime. Brittney Thibeaux led the scoring with 19 points. Kendall Detweiler had 12 points, and Emily Dugan added 10 for Grayslake North (22-2).

Vernon Hills 53, Antioch 43: Sydney Smith scored 16 points, grabbed 4 rebounds and added 4 assists, as the Cougars (23-2, 11-0) clinched the North Suburban Prairie Division championship.

Lauren Webb added 14 points and 6 rebounds, and Alina Lehocky tallied 7 points and 5 rebounds.

Antioch (15-10) was led by Carly McCameron, who came up strong in the paint, scoring 11 points and pulling in a team-high 13 rebounds. Megan Borries hit three 3-pointers in the third quarter to shoot her way out of a recent shooting slump. She also helped lead the Antioch offense, which gained a lead late in the fourth quarter before succumbing to the Cougars.

Grayslake Central 46, Johnsburg 31: The Rams improved their record to 16-9 and 9-1 in the Fox Valley Fox Division, as Morgan Dahlstrom led the way with 14 points.

Carson Sparkman added 12 points for Grayslake Central.

Libertyville 41, Lake Forest 25: Haley Hoeksel scored 13 points, and Olivia Mayer added 10, as the visiting Wildcats improved to 11-13 and 6-5 in the North Suburban Lake.

Lakes 49, Grant 27: The Eagles dominated every quarter on Senior Night, leading 14-6 after the first quarter, finishing the half up 27-11 and ending the third ahead 37-20.

Lakes improved its record to 15-11 and 9-2 in the North Suburban Prairie Division.

Lakes seniors Dayna Olson, Nicole Mogged, Shelby Trkla, Amanda Smith and Terese McMahon started.

“Each of these kids has started during the season and I am comfortable playing any of them,” Eagles coach Pete Schneider said. “It was fun to see them all playing together. These kids are a big part of the turnaround of Lakes’ women’s basketball. “

McMahon scored 15 points, shooting 7 of 8 from the free throw line. Trkla added 8 points. Michelle Filip and AnaRose Hebein scored 6 points apiece for Grant (9-15, 4-7).

Boys basketball

Jake Kohler scored 13 points, and Lakes’ boys basketball team defeated host Carmel Catholic 46-40 Tuesday night.

Lakes improved to 17-6 with the nonconference win. Kohler led the way in the defensive battle, coach Chris Snyder said. Justin Bergeron contributed 10 tough points and TJ Edwards played a strong fourth quarter with 8 points to help lead the Eagles to the win.

Carmel fell to 8-12 with its third straight loss.