CL Central co-op blazes to Huntley girls golf title

Crystal Lake Central co-op’s Larissa Luloff fired a 4-over-par 40 at Tuesday’s Huntley Invitational girls golf tournament, which would have been first on eight of the 10 teams.

The Tigers were so good, though, that they did not even count Luloff’s sixth-place overall score for their team total. Central’s co-op team shot 148 to finish 4-over as a team and win the tournament by 43 strokes over Burlington Central.

Lexi Harkins led the way with a 2-under 34 on Pinecrest’s back nine. Emily Jean (37), Bailey Bostler (38) and Brianna DiGrazia (39) had Central’s other counting scores. Burlington’s Jenna Kurosky was second in the tournament at 35.

Huntley’s Gillian Young shot 44 to finish eighth and lead the Red Raiders to fourth place. Kylie Kost led Dundee-Crown with a 52.

Byron 206, Marengo 256: At Marengo Ridge, Monica Millard led the Indians with a 57 in their Big Northern Conference loss.

Rachel Hopkins of Byron took medalist honors with a 47.

Marian Central 187, Harvard 243: At Boone Creek in Bull Valley, Sophia Archos took medalist honors for the Hurricanes with a 44, with Amy Larsen adding a 45.

Abby Linhart led the Hornets with a 45.

Boys Golf

Glenbard North Tournament: At Glendale Lakes in Glendale Heights, a day after losing at the Boylan Invitational by one stroke, Huntley won its next invitational by the narrowest of margins. The Red Raiders and Burlington Central both shot 309, but Huntley won on the strength of a better fifth score.

Trent Craig shot 3-over 74 ,and Jake Grabner shot 75 to lead the Raiders. Tyler Ross (78) and Brad Spoeth (82) counted among the top four, while Riley Wicks and Glenn Miller both shot 84s, which gave the Raiders a better fifth score than Burlington.

Burlington’s Matt Weber fired a 4-under 67 to take medalist honors. Weber shot 1-under 70 Monday at the Golf Club of Illinois to win the Crystal Lake South Invitational.

Sandwich Bobcat Invitational: At Edgebrook in Sandwich, Jordan Hahn took medalist honors for Richmond-Burton, shooting a tournament record 3-under 69.

Hahn had seven straight birdies for the Rockets, who took second with 326 strokes, with Joey Pegura placing eighth with an 82. Aurora Central Catholic won with 321 strokes.

Byron 157, Marengo 162: At Marengo Ridge, Ryan Wick took medalist honors for the Indians with a 1-over 37 in their BNC loss.

Hunter Simonini added a 38 for Marengo.

• Joe Stevenson and Andrew Hansen contributed to this report.