High School/Local College Sports Roundup for Jan. 26, 2013
January 26, 2013 9:52PM
Updated: February 28, 2013 7:08AM
Illinois Lutheran 88, Tri-Point: Mack Newson poured in 30 points and Austin Wood added 19 to lead host Illinois Lutheran (12-6, 6-3) in the River Valley.
Marian Central Catholic 47, Chicago Christian 38: Briana Smith accumulated 16 points and 15 rebounds for host Chicago Christian (7-15, 1-7) in the Suburban Christian Gold.
Sweet 16 Tournament
No. 1 Marian Catholic 63, New Trier 38: Ashton Millender scored 23 points as Marian Catholic (23-1) won the title at Lake Zurich.
No. 4 Marist 54, Maine West 34: JeTaun Rouse notched 17 points to lift Marist (15-8) in its closing game.
Fenwick 74, No. 6 Lincoln-Way East 56: Kara Krolicki netted 25 points to lead Lincoln-Way East (17-6) in the late session.
Maine South 56, Providence 41: Alyssa Jurges had 11 points and Alex Shermulis 10 for Providence (11-13) in its finale.
No. 1 Marian Catholic 60, Barrington 40: Ashton Millender made four three-pointers and finished with 16 points to steer Marian Catholic in the early session.
New Trier 71, Marist 52: Leah Bolton chalked up 22 points and JeTaun Rouse scored 16 for Marist in its first game of the day.
No. 6 Lincoln-Way East 35, Barrington 33: Dana O’Grady (9 points) scored on a layup with no time remaining to lift Lincoln-Way East in its opener.
Providence 45, Lake Zurich 39: Alyssa Jurges’s 18 points keyed Providence in the opening contest.
South Suburban Blue Meet: Nora Collins (1,222 series) was the top individual in powering Lemont (5,511) to first place at Oak Forest Bowl. T.F. South (5,420) came in second and Tinley Park (5,193) finished third among the seven competing squads. T.F. South’s Charity Bickom (1,205) was the second-best bowler, followed by Tinley Park’s Anna Piech (1,173) and the Lemont duo of Kyra Udziela (1,157) and Lizzy Melvin (1,147).
South Suburban Red Meet: Evergreen Park (5,587) topped Reavis (5,355) for the title in the seven-team competition at El-Mar Bowl. The champion Mustangs produced the medalist in Sarah Klawitter (1,285) as well as the runner-up in Emily Blankenship (1,215). Reavis teammates Ashley Kouba (1,139) and Nicole Kanka (1,121) occupied the next two spots, followed by Evergreen Park’s Stacy Pratscher (1,105).
Dixon Invitational: Lockport (5,493) finished third in the 24-team meet won by Harlem (5,606). The Porters were led by Ashley Hostert, who was ninth after posting an 1,162 series.
State Meet: The finals were held at U.S. Cellular Coliseum in Bloomington. Sandburg (82.16) finished sixth in Class 3A. In the 2A competition, Eisenhower (80.80) was eighth and Lincoln-Way West (71.46) came in 10th.
Mahomet-Seymour Sectional: The top five teams in each division at all sectional complexes earned berths in the state meet. Providence (93.77) won the large team competition, topping runner-up Lincoln-Way East (91.67). Lincoln-Way North (90.60) came in fifth. Rich Central (90.50) was second among coed squads. Homewood-Flossmoor (88.73) finished third and Thornwood (87.83) was fifth.
Riverside-Brookfield Sectional: Sandburg (94.67) was best in the large team division, outscoring second-place Marist (92.47). Lockport (91.53) was fourth and Stagg (87.07) fifth. Local squads dominated the medium team competition, where Tinley Park (87.63) prevailed over runner-up Oak Forest (86.60). Lemont (85.03) was third, followed by Lincoln-Way West (84.40) and Bremen (84.03).
St. Xavier 100, Calumet (Ind.) 64: Brad Karp totaled 26 points and 12 rebounds to lift host St. Xavier in the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference. Roosevelt Green tacked on 17 points and seven assists for the Cougars.
South Suburban 89, McHenry 40: Michael Harris tossed in 21 points and Michael Lee scored 15 in spearheading host South Suburban (19-2). Kadeem Thornton added nine points and 12 rebounds for the Bulldogs.
St. Xavier 76, Calumet (Ind.) 40: Suzie Broski scored 17 points and Morgan Stuut added 12 points and seven rebounds to lead host St. Xavier (20-3, 14-3) in the CCAC. The Cougars also received 12 rebounds from Caitlin McMahon and 10 assists from Romisha Taylor.
Contributing: Josh Krockey