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High School/Local College Sports Roundup for Jan. 20, 2014

Updated: February 22, 2014 6:05AM



Boys Basketball

Reavis 66, Universal 43: Abdal Ishtaiah had 17 points and Amer Abdallah scored 12 to steer host Reavis (12-5).

Rich East 80, Hubbard 42: Quinton Moore’s 20 points led Rich East (10-3) in Park Forest. The Rockets also got 11 points each from Don Henderson and Nick Harden.

Concordia MLK Tournament

Illinois Lutheran 64, Westminster Christian 52: Collin Borns scored a team-high 21 points for Illinois Lutheran (7-3). Mack Newson added 16 points for the Chargers and Justin Schmidtke netted 12.

MLK Day of Hoops

Sandburg 75, Crete-Monee 65 (2 OTs): Eric Straka had 23 points and Alec Martinez scored 18 to lift Sandburg (6-9) at Joliet Central. Niko Cahue (11 rebounds) and Niko Kogionis added 12 points each for the Eagles. Tyler Williams sank five three-pointers en route to a team-best 23 points for Crete-Monee (11-7). Brandon Johnson (19 points) and Rashad Lee (10) also starred for the Warriors.

Mount Carmel 62, Bolingbrook 57: David Nichols finished with 22 points and Christian Searles scored 10 to boost Mount Carmel (14-6).

Yorkville 59, Lincoln-Way West 41: Hayden Witt contributed 12 points and four rebounds to pace Lincoln-Way West (8-5). Franco Pettinato added nine points for the Warriors.

Plainfield North 63, Lemont 46: Mike Wisz provided a team-best nine points for Lemont (9-8).

Joliet West 80, Rich Central 79: William Berry scored 27 points and Jeremiah Mitchell added 17 to lead Rich Central (5-11).

Moline MLK Tournament

Evergreen Park 62, Marengo 57: Tony Weathersby scored 21 points and Isaac Matthews added nine for Evergreen Park (9-8) in the championship.

Evergreen Park 59, Moline 53: Weathersby (16 points) and Matthews (15) guided Evergreen Park in the semifinal.

Rockford Jefferson MLK Tournament

Belvidere 68, Richards 54: Deon Alexander garnered 22 points for visiting Richards (12-7) in its tournament finale.

Rockford Lutheran 63, Richards 50: Ameen Hussein had nine points to pace Richards in the afternoon session at Rockford Jefferson.

Girls Basketball

Rich East 63, Tinley Park 37: Ashley Dennis poured in 27 points to boost visiting Rich East (8-9). Caitlin Sudduth led Tinley Park (10-11) with 14 points.

Seton 47, Eisenhower 33: Ebony Bailey’s 22 points paced visiting Seton (10-6).

Willowbrook McDonald’s Prep Classic

Bloom 65, Pickerington (Ohio) 60: Danielle King netted 26 points and Anika Johnson added 20 to spark Bloom (8-12).

Kokomo (Ind.) 54, Marist 49: Tehya Fortune and Madison Naujokas tossed in 10 points each to lead Marist (9-10). Katelyn Rosner (12 rebounds) and Brooke Wyderski (11 rebounds) chipped in seven points apiece for the RedHawks.

Joliet Catholic 63, Batavia 55: Nicole Ekhomu totaled 19 points, nine rebounds and four assists to vault Joliet Catholic (19-0). Jasmine Lumpkin tacked on 17 points and 18 rebounds for the Angels.

Willowbrook 67, Providence 51: Alyssa Jurges scored 21 points and Mary Fashingbauer grabbed seven rebounds for Providence (14-9).

Men’s Basketball

St. Francis 80, Indiana-South Bend 63: Edvinas Presniakovas posted 18 points and Mark Peters (7 rebounds) scored 16 for visiting St. Francis (8-11, 5-4) in the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference. Jo Jo Ballestero and Matt Sherriff added 10 points apiece for the Saints.

Wisconsin-Parkside 94, Lewis 88: Ryan Jackson had 20 points and six rebounds to lead visiting Lewis (13-2, 5-2) in the Great Lakes Valley East. Julian Lewis (18 points, 9 rebounds) and Jeff Jarosz (17 points) aided the cause for the Flyers.

Women’s Basketball

St. Francis 75, Indiana-South Bend 69: Katie Gonnering (5 rebounds) provided 24 points and Cydney Weisflog scored a season-high 19 to propel visiting St. Francis (5-16, 3-5) in the CCAC.

Wisconsin-Parkside 51, Lewis 50: Danielle Slivka’s basket with 39 seconds remaining put host Wisconsin-Parkside ahead for good at 49-48 en route to the GLVC East victory. Jess Reinhart chalked up 15 points and nine rebounds to pace Lewis (12-3, 6-1), which had its nine-game winning streak snapped.

Compiled by Josh Krockey



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