Marian Catholic girls tennis player Gaby Rosales finished in sixth place Saturday at the IHSA state meet in the northwest suburbs.
The Munster resident lost 7-5 to Lake Forest's Elizabeth Zordani in the fifth-place match.
Earlier, Rosales entered Saturday in the championship bracket, but lost to Lyons Twp.'s Alex Chatt 6-1, 6-1 in a championship bracket quarterfinal match.
She came back to beat Whitney Young's Natalie Whalen in the consolation quarterfinals and Glenbrook South's Annemarie Emme in the consolation semifinals.
Homewood-Flossmoor's Faith Huckabee won three consolation matches before falling to Emme in the seventh round of the consolaition singles bracket.
T.F. South's Bryttish Burts lost her fourth-round consolation match to York's Maria Avgerinos.
In doubles, Homewood-Flossmoor's Sophia Osabuohien and Timara Maxwell fell to York's Angela Avgerinos and Balire Porter in a fourth-round consolation match.
Lake Forest won the team title with 39 points. Homewood-Flossmoor finished seventh with 18.
Boys Cross Country
Class A Bishop McNamara Regional: Beecher's Grant Nykaza was the individual winner in 14 minutes, 52 seconds and the Bobcats won the team title with 51 points and advanced to the Lisle Sectional.
The Bobcats' Mike Pignatiello was sixth in 17:13. Garret Toohey (17:50), Mitch Darabaris (18:11) and Nathan Swanson (18:16) rounded out Beecher's top five.
Class 2A De La Salle Regional: Mount Carmel's Dan O'Keefe was the individual winner in 16:27 along the lakefront in Chicago.
The Caravan finished second (76 points) and advance as a team to the Fenton Sectional. Jones Prep won with 24.
Brendan Jacobs (18:06), Nick Gallapo (18:58), Andrew Jacobs (19:15) and Mitchell Beasley (19:20) all scored for Mount Carmel.
Girls Cross Country
Class 1A Bishop McNamara Regional: Beecher finished second overall with 48 points and advances to the Lisle Sectional.
The Ladycats' Theresa Hoge was fourth (20:24) and Jade Dooley fifth (20:25). Bishop McNamara won the team title with 23 points.
Class 2A Morris Regional: Crete-Monee took fifth place (130 points) and it was good enough to qualify as a team for the Peoria Notre Dame Sectional.
The Warriors' Chasity Powell was second (19:24).