The OPRF soccer team pushed its overall record to 7-1-2 with a 1-0 win over Lake Zurich on Saturday.

Demiji Williams scored OPRF’s game-winner with an assist by Ryan Heutell.

The Huskies also opened West Suburban (Silver) Conference play last week with a 1-0 win over York. Stephen Golz scored the game-winner off an assist by Marcus Machado. Goalkeeper Sam Euler notched his fourth shutout on the season.

OPRF tennis

After blanking Downers Grove North 7-0, the Huskies fell to Lyons Township 5-2 last week. OPRF’s Hannah Meyer (No. 2 singles) and Ese Davis (No. 3 singles) both won their matches in straight sets.

OPRF swimming

The Huskies won the Riverside-Brookfield Invitational on Saturday by garnering a score of 376.

Riverside-Brookfield’s pool has been a home away from home for OPRF this season. The Huskies have been practicing at RB as they await inspectors to sign off on the construction of work done on OPRF’s pool.

Fenwick swimming

The Friars defeated Michigan’s Grosse Pointe South High School 121-65 last week.

“It was a lot of fun for the girls to get a chance to swim with athletes they did not know,” said head coach Renee Miller. “They really enjoyed the team activities from Friday night. It is becoming a good team bonding event.”

The team broke three pool records at the meet, including the 200 individual medley. Paulina Kaminski swam to a time of 2:12.27.

Fenwick volleyball

The Friars finished first in the Silver Division of the Asics Preview held at Mother McAuley. Fenwick went 4-1 at the tournament, falling only to Bellville East 20-25, 21-25.

Backed by Sarah Hunt’s six kills and Maggie Reilly’s 18 assists, Fenwick downed Whitney Young 25-19, 25-19 also last week. Courtney Ryan added four kills and libero Carly Kenny seven digs in the victory.

To start last week, the Friars lost 25-21, 19-25, 12-25 to Resurrection for the third year in a row. Kelly Brennan finished with nine kills and 10 digs. Ryan had nine kills as well, while Hunt finished with six.

Fenwick boys cross-country

Brixton Rill and Pat Yerkes led the Friars to fourth place at the David Brady Invitational on Saturday.

Rill finished sixth overall with a time of 16:52.4, while Yerkes took ninth in 17:04.8.

The Friars finished with 91 points. Lincoln-Way Central won the meet with a score of 56.

-Brad Spencer

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