Glenbard North’s softball team split a nonconference doubleheader Saturday with Oak Park-River Forest.
The Panthers notched a 3-0 win behind a complete-game shutout thrown by pitcher Cece Dopart. Sydney Benz also set the pace for the offense with two hits and two RBIs.
The squad also dropped a 3-1 decision.
A day earlier, Glenbard North beat Schaumburg as Dopart yielded just four hits and no earned runs.
Lauren Gramann had two hits and three RBIs, and Kayla Quanstrum produced two hits and two runs.
With 102 points, the Panthers came in third place Saturday at the Downers Grove South invitational.
Field events were particularly strong for the Panthers.
Tasia Collins was a double winner, placing first in the shot put with a mark of 38 feet, 5.25 inches and also the discus with a distance of 100-4.
Allison Wahrman won the long jump with a mark of 16-8 and was the runner-up in the high jump after clearing 5-2. She also was third in the triple jump (34-11.75).
Anne Stacey came in first in the pole vault with a height of 9-6.
Simone Carr cruised to the win in the 400-meter dash with a time of 57.22, which was more than three seconds ahead of her closest competition. Carr also captured the 200 title in 26.73.
Jackie Howard was the runner-up in the 100, and Sam Moh Hussein was sixth in the 200.
The 4x100 relay was also victorious in 49.93. The 4x200 relay finished fourth, the 4x800 relay was fifth and the 4x400 relay came in sixth.
The Panthers lost 3-0 Monday against St. Charles East.
The squad was coming off a 2-0 DuPage Valley conference win April 10 over Lake Park behind goals from Rachel McDonnell and Ashley Pogue.
The Panthers came in second place Saturday at the York Invite.
The No. 1 doubles team of Jhovie Valmonte and Sami Ege finished in first place. Finishing in second place were the doubles teams of Eryka Cordero and Trisha Cordero and Jen Kraco and Maggie Mundall.
On April 10, Glenbard North beat Lake Park in a DVC dual meet.