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High School/Local College Sports Roundup for Jan. 8, 2013

Boys Basketball

No. 3 Brother Rice 72, Washington 47: Alex Majewski had 16 points, pacing Brother Rice (13-2) to a home win.

No. 5 Bloom 53, Lockport 42: Bloom (11-3) picked up the win thanks to Dejahown Freeman’s 21 points and Johnny Griffin’s 11. Lockport (5-10) had 10 each from Ryian Reed and Grover Alexander.

No. 6 Hillcrest 91, Eisenhower 54: Delmon Brame had 21 points and Jovan Mooring 15 for Hillcrest (11-5). Vinny Curta had 12 for Eisenhower (2-9).

No. 7 Crete-Monee 45, Thornwood 39: Mark Conner’s 16 points led Crete-Monee (13-3) in South Holland. Donte Thomas had 21 points and 12 boards for Thornwood.

No. 8 T.F. North 51, Shepard 36: Londell Lee’s 11 points weren’t enough for Shepard (8-5, 2-3) in South Suburban crossover action in Calumet City. T.F. North improved to 13-3.

No. 10 Marist 65, St. Laurence 52: In the win in Burbank, Marist (11-4) got 33 points from L.J. McIntosh. Mike Kornacker’s 16 led St. Laurence (5-13).

Bremen 52, Evergreen Park 47: Otis Lane’s 14 points and Devonta Wilson’s 10 points and 10 rebounds led Bremen (7-7, 2-4) to a South Suburban crossover win.

Andrew 60, Lincoln-Way East 42: Mike Grenda had a career-high 14 points, making four three-pointers, to support Jubril Adekoya’s 21 points and 17 rebounds as Andrew (8-5) won in Tinley Park. Matt Baldridge had 11 for East.

Richards 58, Oak Forest 44: Thaer Othman had 17 points and Deon Alexander 10 for Richards (7-6, 3-3) in this South Suburban crossover in Oak Lawn. Kule Flanagan had 12 for Oak Forest (6-10, 3-3).

Argo 65, Tinley Park 63: Jalyn Turner (22 points), Tyler Mitchell (16) and Ryan Krob (14) carried Argo (7-8, 3-3) in South Suburban crossover play in Summit.

T.F. South 54, Oak Lawn 49: Katon Mays had 18 points for T.F. South (6-8, 4-1 in the South Suburban Blue). Shawn Cannon had 23 for Oak Lawn.

Illinois Lutheran 57, Beecher 44: Beecher (5-9, 2-2 River Valley Conference) lost despite 12 points from Austin King. Colin Borns, of Illinois Lutheran (8-4, 3-2), led all scorers with 20 points.

Boys Bowling

Shepard 2,168, Bremen 1,672: Dan Lesko’s 509 series and 262 game led host Shepard in the South Suburban crossover.

Hillcrest 2,778, Lemont 2,775: Henry Bell had a series of 654 and a game of 232 to lead Hillcrest. Lemont’s Ben Stech was the meet leader with a 677 series and 257 game.

Lincoln-Way Central 1,806, Stagg 1,656: Ryan Fremgen’s high game of 224 and series of 436 led Lincoln-Way Central.

Tinley Park 2,140, Richards 2,088: Andrew Byalnd (Richards) led all bowlers with a 514 series. Chris Bennett paced Tinley Park (11-2) with a 468.

Brother Rice 2,896, Mount Carmel 2,729: Chris Roti (468 series, 268 game) led Brother Rice to the Catholic League win at Burr Oak.

Joliet West 2,019, Lincoln-Way East 1,855: Lincoln-Way East (9-7, 7-5) came up short in SouthWest Suburban Blue action at Town & Country Lanes in Joliet despite Brandon Nathan’s 429 series.

T.F. South 1,814, T.F. North 1,791: Taveon Roberson’s high series of 408 lifted South at Lynwood Lanes.

Boys Swimming

Thornton Fractional co-op 58, Eisenhower 36: Thomas Kotel won the 100-yard freestyle and 100 breaststroke to pace Thornton Fractional. Eisenhower got wins in the 100 backstroke and 50 free from Lucas Souza.

Andrew 146, Kankakee 37: Zack Rentner (200 and 500 free) and Rick Osty (50 and 100 free) each had two wins for Andrew in Tinley Park.

Reavis 131, Bremen 40: Stan Baraniak won the 100 free (58.53) and 200 free (2:17.59) for Reavis.

Girls Basketball

No. 3 Lincoln-Way East 62, Lincoln-Way Central 23: Meaghan McMahon had 17 points and Kara Krolicki 15 as East improved to 13-1 overall and 5-0 in the SouthWest Suburban Blue.

No. 4 Morgan Park 77, Hyde Park 44: Morgan Park, led by Kiera Graves’ 15 points, improved to 11-3 overall and 6-0 in the Public League Red-South.

No. 5 Bloom 68, Kankakee 36: Bria Gaines had 25 points and 16 rebounds to pace Bloom (13-4, 5-0) to the Southland win in Chicago Heights. Danielle King added 15 points and 15 assists.

No. 7 Hillcrest 79, Eisenhower 48: Hillcrest (13-4, 6-0) got 14 points from Tanzania Sherrill, 13 from Shayla Joyner and 12 (plus 10 rebounds) from Lorielle Little in a South Suburban crossover win in Country Club Hills.

No. 8 Stagg 62, Thornwood 44: Stagg (11-3, 5-0 in the SouthWest Suburban Red) took the homecourt win behind Revi McMahon’s 18 points and 14 from Carrie Sinclair.

Rich South 57, No. 9 Crete-Monee 41: Rich South (14-4, 4-1 in the Southland) got 19 points and 10 rebounds from Tierra Webb. Crete-Monee (16-2) was led by Marsha Howard’s 11.

No. 10 Andrew 65, Thornridge 17: Michelle Borgan had 14 points and Megan Truesdale nine as Andrew improved to 12-3, 4-1 in the SouthWest Suburban Red.

Tinley Park 40, Argo 36: Diamond Beatty reached 1,000 points for her career, scoring 23 for the game as Tinley Park (13-6) downed Argo. Katie Krzos had 13 for the Argonauts.

Oak Lawn 60, T.F. South 35: LaTondra Brooks had 18 points and Brianna Markusic 12 as Oak Lawn (11-4, 5-1) earned the South Suburban crossover win Lansing.

Oak Forest 51, Richards 35: Kelly McEathron’s 15 points paced Oak Forest (9-8, 4-2) in a South Suburban crossover. Allison Stazak had 11 points and Georgia Danos 10 for Richards (6-8, 2-4).

Lincoln-Way North 48, Lincoln-Way West 38: North (15-3, 4-1 in the SouthWest Suburban Red) got 16 points each from Valerie Manns and Ashley Weiringa.

Homewood-Flossmoor 45, Sandburg 35: Sydni Johnson’s 15 points led Homewood-Flossmoor in the SouthWest Suburban Blue win. Sam Youngwirth led Sandburg (8-9, 2-3) with 10.

Evergreen Park 50, Bremen 33: Megan Pfister (18 points), Nicole Larkin (12) and Megan Beckow (10) all reached double figures for Evergreen Park (7-9, 3-3) in this South Suburban crossover.

Shepard 46, T.F. North 44: Jessica Chaput had 15 points and Myrissah Mitchell 11 as Shepard improved to 9-10, 2-4 in the South Suburban.

Lemont 43, Reavis 38: Lemont (11-6, 5-1) got 16 points from Kim Jerantowski and 11 from Jenny Hennig.

Lockport 68, Joliet Central 51: Nami Mayes had 18 points and Destiny Hollins 17 for Lockport.

Rich Central 41, Rich East 28: Rich Central (3-13, 1-4) won in the Southland behind 15 points from Jaylse Chapman and 12 from Sade Reed.

Seton 58, Maria 4: Kyra Ford had 17 and Salida Berry 13 for the winners.

Morgan Park Academy 42, Elgin Academy 22: Gabby Ogbebire’s 12 points led Morgan Park Academy (10-5, 2-2) to a road win in the Independent School League.

Girls Bowling

Richards 1,521, Eisenhower 1,450: Richards captured the South Suburban Red match at Burr Oak Bowl in Blue Island behind a high series of 321 from Devon Reyes and Caitlyn Abrand’s high game of 185.

T.F. North 1,631, Hillcrest 1,468: T.F. North captured a South Suburban Blue contest at Homewood’s Brunswick Zone behind Kadejah Stephens’ 437 series. Hillcrest’s Denisyha Waller had the meet’s high game of 240.

Evergreen Park 1,575, Argo 1,568: Sarah Klawitter’s 247 game and 419 series paced Evergreen Park (8-3, 3-0) to a South Suburban Blue win at Bleeker’s Bowl. Argo was led by Stephanie Koc’s 199 game.

Lockport 2,040, Joliet West 1,968: Lockport was led to the win at Strike N’ Spare II by Megan Szczepanski’s 447 series and 247 game. Joliet West’s Taylor Bailey had the high marks for the match, with a 481 series and 269 game.

T.F. South 1,750, Bremen 1,673: Charity Bickom’s high series of 376 led T.F. South to the win. Bremen’s Juanita Pritchet (211) had the high game.

Lincoln-Way East 1,652, Joliet Central 1,634: Michelle Rybarczyk’s 216 game and 377 series led East to the win.

Lincoln-Way West 1,698, Lincoln-Way Central 1,603: Lincoln-Way West won in SouthWest Suburban action.

Men’s Basketball

St. Xavier 68, Indiana South Bend 58: Brad Karp led St. Xavier (15-4, 11-2 Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference) with 23 points.

Women’s Basketball

St. Xavier 80, Indiana South Bend 68: Morgan Stuut had 19 points, 16 rebounds and four steals as St. Xavier improved to 14-3, 9-3 in the CCAC.

Contributing: Phil Arvia



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