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Friday's scores

08/22/2014, 8:30pm CDT
By Staff Report

Check out all the scores and highlights from Friday's high school action.


Providence's Ricky Costello tees off during the Lemont Invitational. | Jon Cunningham/For Sun-Times Media

FRIDAY’S RESULTS

BOYS GOLF

Latin 153, Parker 184

M: Joey Sallerson, Latin, 36

Niles West 154, Addison Trail 157

M: Skylar Le Vine, Bennett Underwood, Niles West, 36 each

Richmond-Burton 160, Zion-Benton 171, Maine West 172, Grant 206

M: Jordan Hahn, Zion-Benton, 35

Willowbrook 160, Ridgewood 201

M: Henry Wallas, Willowbrook, 37

LEMONT

Teams: Providence 299, Lockport 308, Glenbard South 311, Minooka 315, Plainfield North 322, Joliet Co-op 326, Lemont 338, Joliet Catholic 347, Yorkville 349, Plainfield South 349, Oswego 350, Morris 365, Fenton 374, Plainfield Central 384

Individuals: Russell Matos, Glenbard South, 68; Trent Wallace, Joliet Co-op, 71; Gehrig Hollatz, Lockport, 72; Will McCabe, Providence, 73; Mickey Brick, Providence, 74; Luke Trent, Lockport, 75; Ricky Costello, Providence, 75; Kevin McEneany, Providence, 77; Mike Cascino, Providence, 77; Dom Cascino, Providence, 78; Matt Sheldon, Lockport, 78

GIRLS GOLF

Plano 199, West Aurora 224

M: Rylie Loux, Plano, 43

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