High School/Local College Sports Roundup for Dec. 5, 2013
December 5, 2013 10:56PM
Updated: January 7, 2014 6:38AM
Morgan Park Academy 63, Cristo Rey 37: Nick Boarden scored 26 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lift visiting Morgan Park Academy (3-1).
Shepard 65, Tinley Park 63: Zack Haxel made two free throws with 3.9 seconds remaining to lift host Shepard (2-3, 1-0) in the South Suburban crossover. Kyle Longfield led the Astros with 21 points, while Femi Elutilo had 18 for Tinley Park (1-4, 0-1).
Longwood 58, Illinois Lutheran 47: Collin Borns netted 14 points and Sam Geraci scored 10 to lead host Illinois Lutheran (1-1).
Noble Street-UIC 52, Morgan Park Academy 36: Gabby Ogbevire scored a team-high 17 points for host Morgan Park Academy (3-3).
Lincoln-Way East 65, Lincoln-Way Central 41: Kara Krolicki netted 35 points to pace visiting Lincoln-Way East (5-1) in the SouthWest Suburban crossover.
Oak Lawn 65, T.F. North 39: Brooke Annerino scored 15 points and Jannah Mahmoud 14 for host Oak Lawn (7-0, 1-0) in the South Suburban crossover. LaTondra Brooks aided the cause for the Spartans with 12 points, seven assists and five steals.
Mother McAuley 56, Stagg 39: Molly O’Malley had a game-high 21 points to power visiting Mother McAuley (5-2). Casey McMahon’s 19 points led Stagg (2-3).
Julian 53, Ag. Science 23: April Baar had eight points for visiting Ag. Science (3-5, 2-3) in the Public League Chicago South.
Hillcrest 78, Richards 21: Shayla Joiner had 20 points to vault host Hillcrest (4-2, 1-0) in the South Suburban crossover. Tanzania Sherrill added 13 points for the Hawks and Nadika Jackson scored 10.
Sandburg 40, Andrew 38: Erin Cronin finished with nine points for host Sandburg (5-1) in the SouthWest Suburban crossover. McKayla Smith had 12 points to lead Andrew (2-3).
Tinley Park 52, Shepard 32: Caitlin Sudduth racked up 17 points and Sam Alberto 13 to lead host Tinley Park (5-3, 1-0) in the South Suburban crossover. Abby Newsome (15 points) and Heather Blake (10) led Shepard (1-6, 0-1).
Rich South 55, Kankakee 26: Tierra Webb scored 15 points for host Rich South (3-2) in its Southland opener. Nadia Jean (7 rebounds) and Tierney Lockett chipped in 10 points apiece for the Stars.
Providence 53, Fenwick 38: Alyssa Jurges had 27 points and 11 rebounds to steer host Providence (7-1, 1-0) in the East Suburban Catholic.
De La Salle 61, Mount Assisi 45: Taylor Torrence’s 14 points were the most for visiting De La Salle (5-0, 2-0) in the GCAC White.
Crete-Monee 83, Rich East 72: Marsha Howard (20 points, 15 rebounds) and Ashley Henry (19 points) led host Crete-Monee (5-1) in the Southland opener for both squads. Ashley Dennis had 41 points and 12 rebounds to lead Rich East (2-3).
T.F. South 49, Evergreen Park 47: Ren’Cia Rolling had 18 points to pace visiting T.F. South (4-1, 1-0) in the South Suburban crossover. Nicole Larkin scored a game-high 19 points for Evergreen Park (5-5, 0-1).
T.F. South 1,914, Reavis 1,889: Taveon Roberson’s 246 game and 446 series boosted T.F. South in the South Suburban crossover at El-Mar Bowl.
Shepard 1,911, Eisenhower 1,732: Eric Walters, of Shepard, led the field with a 269 game and 484 series in the South Suburban Red dual at Centennial Lanes.
Oak Lawn 2,064, Hillcrest 1,740: Oak Lawn’s Ryan Kirby finished with a 252 game and 488 series at Palos Lanes. Xavier Muhammad’s 450 series led Hillcrest in the South Suburban crossover.
Sandburg 1,040, Lincoln-Way North 1,032: Individual leader Jared Saba (268 game) recorded a 483 series to power Sandburg in the SouthWest Suburban crossover. Lincoln-Way North’s Kyle Krupske had a 471 series at Tinley Park Bowl.
Oak Forest 1,707, T.F. North 1,523: Jake Rickord compiled a 210 game and 406 series to propel Oak Forest in the South Suburban Blue dual at Oak Forest Bowl.
Andrew 1,747, Lincoln-Way West 1,621: Andrew’s Ashley Sparrey led all competitors with a 215 game and 416 series in the SouthWest Suburban Red dual at Orland Bowl.
Reavis 1,658, T.F. North 1,399: Ashley Kouba rolled a 205 game and 384 series to pace Reavis in the South Suburban crossover at El-Mar Bowl.
Lincoln-Way East 1,499, Lincoln-Way Central 1,178: Jackie Mlinarcik, of Lincoln-Way East, led the pack with a 333 series in the SouthWest Suburban Red dual at Orland Bowl.
Evergreen Park 1,635, Oak Lawn 1,374: Elan Page posted games of 213 and 219 to guide Evergreen Park at Palos Lanes. Sarah Klawitter (237 game) added a 416 series for the Mustangs in the South Suburban Red. Shannon McGuire’s 377 series led Oak Lawn.
Lockport 1,925, Bolingbrook 1,585: Lockport’s Carly Ciolino posted a 255 game and 456 series in the SouthWest Suburban Blue meet at AMF Bolingbrook Lanes.
T.F. South 1,640, Argo 1,368: Kayla Garcia had a 367 series to key T.F. South in the South Suburban crossover at AMF Forest Lanes in Lyons.
Bremen 1,759, Lemont 1,562: Bremen’s Veronica Garcia paced all individuals with a 234 game and 432 series in the South Suburban Blue dual at Oak Forest Bowl.
Tinley Park 1,645, Shepard 1,476: Shepard’s Miranda Lindgren recorded the top game (240) and series (451) in the South Suburban crossover at Centennial Lanes.
Lincoln-Way North 39, Homewood-Flossmoor 25: Sean Sibley (120 pounds), Brendan Gaynor (138) and Christian Beecher (182) were among the winners by fall for host Lincoln-Way East in the SouthWest Suburban Blue.
Lincoln-Way West 64, Thornwood 9: Pins by Tom Buell (106), Kyle Ruettiger (126) and Jake Sytsma (195) boosted visiting Lincoln-Way West in the SouthWest Suburban Red.
NAIA National Championships
Park (Mo.) 18-25-24-25-15, Trinity Christian 25-12-26-21-10: Lauren Macadio and Jessica Wiltjer had 10 kills apiece for Trinity Christian (37-10) in the final round of pool play. Erynn Schuh added 35 assists for the Trolls in Sioux City, Iowa.
Swimming: Olympian swimmers Peter Vanderkaay and Lauren Perdue will be conducting swim clinics from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Lincoln-Way North. The Performance Clinic on Saturday will be for swimmers ages 12 and older. The Skills Clinic on Sunday is for swimmers ages 7 to 11. For more information visit www.fitterandfaster.com.
Compiled by Josh Krockey