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High School/Local College Sports Roundup for Dec. 18, 2012

Updated: December 18, 2012 11:44PM



Boys Basketball

No. 9 Crete-Monee 76, Thornridge 61: Laquon Treadwell chalked up 18 points and nine rebounds to power visiting Crete-Monee (8-1). Mark Conner (6 rebounds) and Tyler Williams added 17 points apiece for the Warriors. Antonio Woods poured in a game-leading 25 points for Thornridge (1-8).

Illiana Christian 70, Timothy Christian 64: Jon Zandstra totaled 20 points and Marcus Ottenhoff added 16 for visiting Illiana Christian (9-5, 3-1) in the Metro Suburban.

Mount Carmel 52, Rich Central 49: Mount Carmel (3-5) captured the victory in Olympia Fields. Will Berry had 19 points for Rich Central (3-6) and Jaylen Miller added 12.

Illinois Lutheran 55, Dyer Heritage Christian 47: Collin Borns tossed in 20 points to lead visiting Illinois Lutheran (7-4). Austin Wood and Eric Dorn added 12 points apiece for the Chargers.

Girls Basketball

No. 3 Morgan Park 92, Lindblom 47: Bhrea Griffin had 22 points for visiting Morgan Park (7-1, 4-0) in the Public League Red-South.

Young 74, No. 8 Bloom 54: Danielle King netted 28 points to pace host Bloom (8-4). Bria Gaines aided the cause for the Blazing Trojans with 14 points and 17 rebounds.

Ag. Science 41, Julian 21: Brittany Nash had 12 points and Kate Patnett added nine to guide host Ag. Science (10-1, 9-1) in the Public League Blue-South.

Shepard 57, Mount Assisi 45: Dae Jae Williams and Myrissah Mitchell scored 19 points apiece for Shepard (6-8).

T.F. North 49, Rich Central 42: Chanel Howard’s team-high 13 points aided T.F. North in Calumet City. Tayana Wilson, of Rich Central, led all scorers with 18 points.

Beecher 62, Reed-Custer 58: Ashley Carroll finished with 18 points for Beecher (6-10).

Oak Lawn Tournament

No. 7 Lincoln-Way North 60, Richards 34: Ashley Weringa had 13 points to become the career scoring leader for Lincoln-Way North (10-1). Valen Manns (15 points, 10 rebounds) and Ellen Graham (14 points) also contributed for the Phoenix. Richards (5-6) received 13 points from Allison Stazak and 10 from Georgia Danos.

Sandburg 42, Oak Lawn 34: Rachel Ruzevich chalked up 19 points and Carly Katalinic scored nine in boosting Sandburg (5-6). Brooke Annerino’s 11 points led Oak Lawn (9-3).

De La Salle 47, Rich East 36: Ashley Dennis contributed 11 points and 12 rebounds in leading Rich East (4-9).

Boys Bowling

Southland Prep 2,615, Chicago Christian 2,176: Perry Sibby had a 234 game and 649 series over three games to propel Southland Prep at Lakewood Bowl.

Girls Bowling

Hillcrest 1,412, Crete-Monee 1,202: Denisyha Waller posted a 194 game and two-game series of 346 to pace Hillcrest at Lakewood Bowl.

Morgan Park 2,511, Evergreen Park 2,488: Morgan Park’s Dominick Gray had the top game (240) and three-game series (553) at Bleeker’s Bowl. Elan Page led Evergreen Park with a 527 series.

Boys Swimming

Kankakee 114, Thornton Fractional co-op 60: Ivano Garcia won the 100-yard butterfly (1 minute, 6.48 seconds) for Thornton Fractional co-op.

Men’s Basketball

St. Xavier 94, Trinity International 69: Tinley Park graduate Roosevelt Green posted team bests with 26 points and 10 assists for host St. Xavier (8-3, 8-2) in the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference. The aforementioned totals enabled Green to pass the 1,000-point mark for his career in addition to becoming the Cougars’ all-time assists leader (485).

South Suburban 69, Moraine Valley 61: Kadeem Thornton scored 26 points and eight rebounds for host South Suburban (12-1). Michael Harris added 19 points and 13 rebounds for the Bulldogs. Gerald Dorsey’s 16 points led Moraine Valley.

Women’s Basketball

Cruzin’ Classic

St. Xavier 76, Morningside (Iowa) 65: Suzie Broski had 16 points and 13 rebounds to lead St. Xavier (8-3) in the opening-round game in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Contributing: Josh Krockey



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