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High School/Local College Sports Roundup for Nov. 25, 2013

Updated: December 27, 2013 6:25AM



Boys Basketball

District 218 Tournament

Marist 62, Little Village 35: Jeremiah Ferguson put up 17 points and eight rebounds to lead Marist (1-0). Bradley Hill (16 points) and Kevin Lerma (13) also contributed for the RedHawks at Eisenhower.

Eisenhower 94, Southland Prep 58: Vinny Curta posted 23 points and Calvionte Washington scored 11 to propel host Eisenhower (1-0). Kendell Spinks scored 15 points for Southland Prep (0-1).

Richards 83, Shepard 55: Josh Meier finished with 21 points and Thaer Othman added 20 to propel host Richards (1-0). Jacob Littleton, of Shepard (0-1), led all scorers with 25 points.

Andrew 58, Perspectives-Calumet 53: Jarvion Franklin totaled 15 points, 12 rebounds and four steals to vault Andrew (1-0). Aaron Williams and Jacob Platt chipped in 11 points each for the Thunderbolts at Richards.

Hinsdale Central Tournament

Sandburg 66, De La Salle 60: Niko Cahue netted 27 points to lead Sandburg (1-0). Karl Harris scored 14 points for De La Salle (0-1).

John McBride Classic

Stagg 63, Lindblom 36: Max Strus racked up 26 points to guide host Stagg (1-0).

Nazareth 51, St. Laurence 37: Quentin Forberg, Matt Gurgone and Mike Witkowski scored eight points apiece for St. Laurence in its season opener.

Joliet West Tournament

Plainfield South 89, Tinley Park 80: Femi Elutill finished with 19 points to pace Tinley Park (0-1).

Rich South 73, Joliet West 53: Myles McCoy scored 17 points to lead Rich South (1-0). Bryce Lyden aided the cause for the Stars with 11 points and 15 rebounds.

Seton 74, Thornridge 68: Christopher registered 38 points and seven rebounds to key Seton (1-0). Eron Evans added 12 points and eight rebounds for the Sting.

Lincoln-Way North Tournament

Lincoln-Way West 63, Lincoln-Way East 43: Jon Marotta and Hayden Witt scored 17 points apiece to spur Lincoln-Way West (1-0). Tommy DiNaso had 10 points for Lincoln-Way East (0-1).

Lincoln-Way Central 63, Lincoln-Way North 44: Kevin Mampe (10 rebounds) and Alex Parks each put in 17 points for Lincoln-Way Central (1-0). Brad Bass chipped in nine points and eight rebounds for the Knights.

Reavis Tournament

Morgan Park Academy 83, Universal 41: Sam Bell tossed in 25 points to lead Morgan Park Academy (1-0). Nick Boarden tacked on 17 points and 10 rebounds for the Warriors.

Reavis 66, Kennedy 26: Abdal Ishtaiah and Eddie Puha had 12 points apiece for Reavis (1-0).

Seneca Tournament

Illiana Christian 65, Ottawa Marquette 55: Caleb Jonkman tossed in 24 points in leading the way for Illiana Christian (1-0).

WJOL Tournament

Providence 62, Plainfield Central 41: Miles Boykin racked up 16 points, 10 rebounds and six assists for Providence (1-0) at the University of St. Francis.

Lockport 56, Romeoville 34: Grover Anderson’s 21 points and nine rebounds boosted Lockport (1-0).

Crete-Monee 64, Joliet Catholic 51: Tyler Williams netted 12 points and Rashad Lee scored 10 to pace visiting Crete-Monee in the season debut for both squads.

Girls Basketball

Beecher Tournament

Peotone 50, Shepard 31: Dae Jae Williams had nine points for Shepard (1-4) and Myrissha Mitchell added eight in the semifinal.

Beecher 46, St. Anne 29: Savanna Stluka scored 14 points and Danielle Snuckel added 13 to lead Beecher (2-2) in the consolation bracket.

Illiana Christian 50, Bremen 44: Bria Cole’s game-high 16 points steered Illiana Christian (2-3) in consolation play. Bremen (2-3) received 13 points apiece from Erin Schaffrath and Jada Figgins.

Glenbard East Tournament

Downers Grove North 61, Andrew 32: McKayla Smith netted a team-high seven points for Andrew (0-2).

Oak Lawn 59, Glenbard East 40: Jannah Mahmoud scored 20 points and snagged 12 rebounds to power Oak Lawn (3-0). LaTondra Brooks added 16 points and 10 steals for the Spartans.

Latin Tournament

De La Salle 63, Latin 55: Chardanae Hamilton (26 points) and Taylor Torrence (15) were the leading scorers for De La Salle.

Lincoln-Way Central Tournament

Lincoln-Way West 55, Chicago Christian 35: Danielle Morgan’s 25 points catapulted Lincoln-Way West (3-0). Chicago Christian dropped to 1-2.

Lincoln-Way Central 97, Plainfield North 51: Lincoln-Way Central (3-1) tied a state record by making 20 three-pointers. Kelsie Foster (26 points, 5 rebounds) had five baskets from long range to lead the Knights.

Marist Tournament

Crete-Monee 63, Simeon 31: Sarah Humphrey pumped in 14 points to set the tone for Crete-Monee (1-0). Marsha Howard (11 points, 10 rebounds) and Lindzy Cox (11 points, 5 steals) were among the other standouts for the Warriors.

Riverside-Brookfield Tournament

Riverside-Brookfield 56, Mount Assisi 55: Mary Kate Wetzel provided 25 points and 13 rebounds for Mount Assisi (2-1).

Romeoville Tournament

Joliet Central 44, Lemont 41: Kim Jerantowski scored a game-high 17 points for Lemont (3-2).

Boys Bowling

T.F. South 2,000, Lincoln-Way North 1,858: T.F. South’s Taveon Roberson led all competitors with a 267 game and 496 series at Tinley Park Bowl. Ryan Sheridan had a team-best 412 series for Lincoln-Way North.

St. Laurence 2,572, Brother Rice 2,560: Manny Sanchez recorded a 616 series to lead St. Laurence at Rolling Lanes in Countryside. Juan Escamilla (612 series) tacked on a 258 game for the Vikings in the Catholic League.

Plainfield South 2,748, Lincoln-Way East 2,555: Lincoln-Way East’s Shaun Wasso had a meet-best 235 game and teammate Alec Jennrich ledl all individuals with a 556 series at Town & Country Lanes.

Women’s Volleyball

Lewis earns NCAA berth: No. 7 seed Lewis (24-9) will take on second-seeded Ferris State (22-8) in the first round of the NCAA Midwest Regional on Thursday at Grand Valley State in Allendale, Mich. The starting time for the match has yet to be announced.

Compiled by Josh Krockey



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