High School/Local College Sports Roundup for Nov. 17, 2012
November 17, 2012 10:38PM
No. 10 Oak Lawn 60, Joliet West 38: LaTondra Brooks poured in 15 points and Jannah Mahmoud added 14 for Oak Lawn (3-1).
Andrew 43, Rich Central 22: Nicole Dominguez netted 13 points as Andrew (3-0) won the championship. Rich Central dropped to 1-3.
Tinley Park 69, Bremen 41: Diamond Beatty contributed 16 points and four steals in lifting Tinley Park (3-1) to a first-place finish in the Orange Pool. Kiarra Williams had seven points for Bremen (1-2).
Coal City 55, Beecher 23: Danielle Snuckel’s 12 points paced Beecher (0-4) in the Orange Pool.
Peotone 49, Shepard 20: Jessica Chaput’s five points were the most for Shepard (2-3) in its Black Pool finale.
St. Anne 59, Illiana Christian 55 (OT): Tiffany Groen and Alexa Van Beek had 12 points apiece for Illiana Christian (0-4) in the Black Pool.
Bremen 34, Beecher 32: Maggie Hayes tossed in 18 points for Bremen in second-round action. Katie Howard’s 11 points led Beecher.
Tinley Park 56, Coal City 43: Diamond Beatty had 19 points, seven assists and six steals for Tinley Park.
Shepard 45, St. Anne 32: Jessica Chaput (9 points) and Nikita Nichols (8) were the leading scorers for Shepard.
Peotone 47, Illiana Christian 18: Alexa Van Beek finished with a team-high eight points for Illiana Christian.
Benet/Naperville Central Tournament
Metea Valley 53, Providence 38: Alex Shermulis and Mary Fashingbauer had nine points apiece for Providence (1-2) in the second round.
Glenbard East Tournament
Crete-Monee 46, Glenbard West 33: Lindzy Cox put in 15 points for Crete-Monee (2-0) in the opening-round game.
Hinsdale South Tournament
Hinsdale Central 54, No. 9 Sandburg 46: Carly Katalinic had a team-high 17 points for Sandburg (0-2) in the second-round game. Ashley Youngwirth added 11 points for the Eagles.
Stagg 47, Hinsdale South 32: Sisters Revi and Casey McMahon had 12 points each for Stagg (2-0).
Lincoln-Way Central Tournament
Lincoln-Way Central 49, Chicago Christian 28: Autumn Schultz scored 12 points and grabbed seven rebounds to guide Lincoln-Way Central (2-0) in the opening round.
Plainfield North 54, Lincoln-Way West 52: Amanda Hozzian had a game-high 23 points for Lincoln-Way West (0-2).
Queen of Peace 46, West Chicago 28: Kaitlin McCarthy notched 15 points, six assists and four steals for Queen of Peace (1-2) in the second round. Hannah Lipman added 14 points, 12 rebounds and six assists for the Pride.
Lyons 68, Oak Forest 42: Kelly McEathron (16 points) was the top scorer for Oak Forest (1-2).
Rich South Tournament
No. 4 Hillcrest 92, Orr 28: Dana Gettis totaled 17 points and seven assists for Hillcrest (2-0) in the opening round. Tanzania Sherrill added 16 points, while Lea Farhoudeh and Azyah Dampier both had 13.
No. 5 Bloom 69, Thornwood 45: Bria Gaines chalked up 23 points and Katherine Strong tacked on 18 to propel Bloom (3-0). Aaliyah Wricks netted 12 points for Thornwood and Aliyah Owens had 11.
Lincoln-Way North 53, Rich East 29: Ashley Weringa scored 14 points to pace Lincoln-Way North (2-0). Ashley Dennis led Rich East with 11 points and nine rebounds.
Rich South 54, Bishop McNamara 42: Tierra Webb finished with 17 points and Dasia Evans added 12 to lead Rich South (3-0).
Rich East 70, Orr 46: Amari Parham provided 12 points and five assists for Rich East (2-1) in the consolation bracket.
Bishop McNamara 70, Thornwood 56: Aliyah Owens scored 20 points to lead Thornwood (0-2) in consolation play.
Lockport 50, Lemont 30: Naomi Mayes contributed 20 points for Lockport (2-1) in the third-round tilt. Courtney Toth had eight points for Lemont (1-3).
Oak Lawn Invitational: Oak Lawn (6,180) topped runner-up Richards (5,969) and third-place occupant Tinley Park (5,765) in the inaugural event at Palos Lanes. Andrew Byland, of Richards, was the medalist with a six-game series of 1,433. Oak Lawn’s Ryan Kirby (1,376) was second and Reavis’ Kyle Anderson (1,276) took third.
Plainfield North Invitational: Lincoln-Way West’s Josh Glover finished second after producing a 1,442 series at AMF Bolingbrook Lanes. His total included a perfect 300 game. Lockport (6,066) was the top area team, placing fourth.
St. Xavier 106, Trinity Christian 103: Brad Karp and Dominique Harvey (13 rebounds) each scored 28 points for visiting St. Xavier (3-2, 3-1) in the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference.
South Suburban 81, Lake County 56: Michael Harris scored 18 points to lead four players in double figures for visiting South Suburban (3-1). Bryce Walker added 16 points for the Bulldogs, Michael Lee scored 12 and Kadeem Thornton (12 rebounds) had 11.
Men’s Cross Country
NAIA National Championships: St. Xavier’s Brian Corcoran (25 minutes, 58 seconds) was 82nd in the 8-kilometer race in Vancouver, Wash.
St. Xavier 81, Trinity Christian 58: Morgan Stuut scored 20 points and grabbed a school record 23 rebounds to lead visiting St. Xavier (3-1, 3-1) in the CCAC.
Women’s Cross Country
NAIA National Championships: St. Xavier’s Ashley Shares (19:07) finished 66th in the 5-kilometer contest in Vancouver, Wash.
NAIA National Championships
Madonna (Mich.) 25-25-23-25, St. Xavier 18-15-25-16: Kelly Knudsen totaled 11 kills for St. Xavier (31-13) in the first-round match in Livonia, Mich. Desiree Aramburu added 27 assists and eight digs for the Cougars.
Contributing: Josh Krockey