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Prep roundup: Rogutich's double-double not enough for Marengo

Marengo's Adam Rogutich shoots Friday between Winnebago's Ryan Swigart and Joey Wilson during the first half at Marengo. (Lathan Goumas – lgoumas@shawmedia.com)

Adam Rogutich had a double-double for Marengo on Friday in a 68-59 boys basketball loss to Winnebago.

The 6-foot-3 senior scored 13 points while grabbing 13 rebounds in the Big Northern Conference crossover. Zach Knobloch scored a team-high 17 points for the Indians (2-3), who trailed by 13 at halftime before cutting the lead to three in the fourth quarter.

Andrew Volkening was also in double figures with 11 points to go with eight rebounds.

Carmel 64, Cary-Grove 31: At Mundelein, Jason Gregoire led the Trojans with 13 points in their nonconference loss. He made four of C-G’s nine baskets and made all five of his free throws.

Devin McDonough added six points, while teammate Michael Coleman scored three.

Richmond-Burton 52, Byron 51: At Richmond, the Rockets won the BNC crossover in overtime behind Joe St. Pierre’s game-high 23 points, seven of which came in the overtime period. Sam Kaufman added 20 points for the Rockets in the win.

WRESTLING

CL Central 49, Grayslake North 29: At Crystal Lake, the Tigers won nine matches en route to the 20-point Fox Valley Conference Fox Division win. Lenny Petersen and Michael Petersen each won by major decisions for Central.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Hampshire 56, Grayslake North 46: At Hampshire, Sara Finn scored a game-high 19 points for the Whip-Purs, and teammate Tricia Dumoulin added 11 in the win the FVC Fox Division win.

Emma Benoit was also in double digits for Hampshire with 10 points.

CL South 62, McHenry 42: At McHenry, Chantel Fanter led the Gators with a game-high 17 points while Rachel Rasmussen added 14 including two 3-pointers in the FVC Valley win. McKayla Snedeker scored 10 points to lead McHenry while Gabby Schweitzer added eight.

Woodstock 57, Marengo 28: At Woodstock, Dakota Brand scored a game-high 15 points to lead Woodstock to the nonconference win, and Selena Juarez added 11.

Rachel Tautges led Marengo with 13 points in the loss.

• Patrick Mason contributed to this report.