High School Sports Roundup for Jan. 13, 2014
January 13, 2014 10:38PM
Updated: February 15, 2014 6:26AM
Lincoln-Way Central 78, Lincoln-Way West 71: Hayley Holmes had 14 points and 10 rebounds to spark host Lincoln-Way Central (7-8, 2-2) in the SouthWest Suburban Red. Kelsie Foster chipped in 13 points for the Knights, Candace Finnin (8 rebounds) scored 12 and Yasmine Chavez (7 assists) had 11. Danielle Morgan and Rachel Luckett scored 15 points apiece for Lincoln-Way West (10-5, 2-2).
Rich Central 49, Ag. Science 14: Cassandra Burress (11 points, 9 rebounds) and Jasmyne Cameron (10 points) led Rich Central (14-5) in Olympia Fields. Ag. Science fell to 8-12.
Minooka 40, Providence 36: Alyssa Jurges scored a team-high 12 points for visiting Providence (12-8). Mary Fashingbauer (7 rebounds) added 10 points for the Celtics and Maeve Garvey scored nine.
Seton 63, St. Benedict 20: Ebony Bailey had 16 points to carry host Seton (7-6, 2-0) in the GCAC White. Brea Gamble and Alfatinee Boyd added 12 points each for the Sting.
Tri-Point 47, Illinois Lutheran 35: Caroline Kuether totaled 18 points and nine rebounds to pace host Illinois Lutheran (5-8, 1-5) in the River Valley.
Lincoln-Way North 1,899, Oak Forest 1,853: Ryan Sheridan rolled a 243 game and 479 series to propel Lincoln-Way North. Matt Juskie (226 game) added a 423 series for the Phoenix at Tinley Park Bowl. Lee Wanatowicz paced Oak Forest with games of 215 and 202.
Argo 1,598, Eisenhower 1,572: Eisenhower’s Jasmine Hampton led all bowlers with a 192 game and 379 series in the South Suburban Red dual at Burr Oak Bowl.
Lincoln-Way West 1,596, Peotone 1,427: Jessie Schram (212 game) and Katie O’Kane (199) sparked Lincoln-Way West at Laraway Lanes.
Oak Forest 1,541, Stagg 1,347: Erica Bergstrom’s meet-best 345 series boosted Oak Forest. Ashley Rodriguez tacked on a 192 game for the Bengals at Oak Forest Bowl.
Oak Lawn 1,407, Chicago Christian 1,348: Shannon McGuire contributed games of 176 and 172 to lift Oak Lawn at Palos Lanes. Breanna Malak led Chicago Christian with a 308 series.
Richards 1,565, Shepard 1,402: Jordan Battles (201 game) finished with a 389 series to power Richards at Centennial Lanes. Miranda Lindgren’s 210 game and 378 series was tops for Shepard in the South Suburban Red.
Compiled by Josh Krockey