Updated: February 27, 2014 6:25AM
Lincoln-Way East 61, Plainfield North 57: Tony Garcia, Tommy DiNaso and Josh Jones scored 12 points apiece for host Lincoln-Way East (6-11).
Great Western Shootout
Leo 60, Abingdon 35: Darius Branch tossed in 20 points to steer visiting Leo (7-9). Darius Oliver pitched in 14 points and 11 rebounds for the Lions.
Providence 57, Nazareth 44: Alyssa Jurges chalked up 20 points – surpassing the 1,000 mark for her career – to propel host Providence (15-9, 3-1) in the East Suburban Catholic. Mary Fashingbauer added 11 points and six rebounds for the Celtics.
Chicago Christian 47, Illiana Christian 28: Anna Persenaire poured in 13 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to power Chicago Christian (6-12) in Palos Heights.
Lincoln-Way East 54, Oswego 47: Kara Krolicki scored 19 points and Dana O’Grady had 11 to key visiting Lincoln-Way East (15-4).
Trinity 50, Mother McAuley 39: Lauren Prochaska put in 16 points to spark visiting Trinity (16-4, 6-1) in the GCAC Red. Mother McAuley fell to 15-8, 4-3.
Bradley 62, Queen of Peace 35: Allie Herman (8 rebounds) and Jelyn Chua netted 10 points each for visiting Queen of Peace.
Young 75, Joliet Catholic 53: Jasmine Lumpkin contributed 17 points and five rebounds for Joliet Catholic (20-1) in the contest at Chicago State.
Bolingbrook 55, Morgan Park 53: Shami Goodman racked up 19 points and Tammy Russell (11 rebounds) netted 12 to pace Morgan Park (15-3).
Bogan 45, T.F. North 29: Michelle Pruitt recorded 11 points and Chanel Howard scored 10 to lead T.F. North (6-10).
Great Western Shootout
Oak Lawn 55, Abingdon 32: LaTondra Brooks totaled 17 points and 11 steals to spur visiting Oak Lawn (19-1). Brianna Markusic aided the cause for the Spartans with 14 points.
St. Patrick Sectional: St. Laurence’s Manny Sanchez (1,358) and Mount Carmel’s Mike Stepanovic (1,227) garnered at-large berths to the state meet next weekend in O’Fallon. St. Laurence (5,647) was seventh and Mount Carmel (5,470) eighth among the 12 squads at Habelter Bowl in Chicago. Lyons (6,344) won the team crown, while Glenbrook North’s Corey Kahen (1,475) captured top individual honors.
Minooka Invitational: T.F. South (1,101) was 13th in the 16-team event at Channahon Lanes. The Rebels were led by Amber Montejano, who posted a 1,026 series. Abby Ragsdale (1,378) captured the individual crown in guiding Oswego East (5,766) to the team championship.
SouthWest Suburban Blue Meet: Joliet West (6,016) bested Lockport (5,935) to capture the title at AMF Bolingbrook Lanes. The champion Tigers also produced the individual winner in Julie Kowalski, who posted a 1,310 series in outscoring Lockport teammates Nikki Mendez (1,269) and Nicole Troha (1,251). Joliet West’s Taylor Bailey (1,244) and Sandburg’s Jessica Colson (1,243) rounded out the top five. Sandburg (5,126) finished as the third-place squad, with the remaining spots filled by Bolingbrook (5,075), Joliet Central (4,657) and Stagg (4,176).
SouthWest Suburban Red Meet: Ashley Sparrey (1,283) won first place and leading Andrew (5,832) to the crown at AMF Bolingbrook Lanes. Lincoln-Way East’s Jackie Mlinarcik (1,217) was second, followed by Andrew’s Jessie Hallas (1,177), Lincoln-Way Central’s Jamie Sexauer (1,156) and Andrew’s Danielle Stefanski (1,129). Lincoln-Way West (5,190) took second in the team standings behind Amanda Reeder (1,116), who finished sixth. The rest of the field consisted of Lincoln-Way North (5,013), Lincoln-Way East (4,999) and Lincoln-Way Central (4,585).
Shepard Invitational: Zach Rentner won the 200-yard freestyle (1 minute, 49.18 seconds) and 500 freestyle (5:02.33) in leading Andrew (433 points) to first place in the 10-team meet. Kyle Fitzgerald was tops in the 100 free (49.18) for the Thunderbolts and Eric Tamulonis prevailed in the 100 breaststroke (1:05.88). Andrew also finished ahead of the pack in the 200 free relay (1:35.23), 200 medley relay (1:47.98) and 400 free relay (3:31.62). Shepard (269) took second thanks in part to Hayden Wiest, who posted the best mark in the 100 butterfly (59.26). Thornton Fractional co-op’s Corey Postema won the 100 backstroke (57.97) and Oak Forest’s Joe O’Callaghan totaled the most points in diving (358.55).
Hinsdale Central Invitational: Patrick Hackett was first in the 500 free (4:47.93) as Lincoln-Way East (76) took sixth in the nine-team meet won by New Trier (453.5).
Stagg Sectional: Bremen posted a score of 83.00 in winning the Class 2A competition. Shepard (81.93), Oak Forest (80.43), Oak Lawn (78.27) and Thornton (77.83) also qualified for the state meet next weekend in Bloomington. Stagg (86.67) was runner-up in 3A, earning a spot on the state level along with Lockport (83.10), Lincoln-Way East (83.07) and Sandburg (82.93).
Lewis 76, Bellarmine 68: Ryan Jackson provided 23 points and five rebounds to spark host Lewis (15-2, 7-2) in the Great Lakes Valley. Jeff Jarosz added 19 points, six assists and six rebounds for the Flyers, who scored 22 of the game’s first 24 points.
Rock Valley 88, Joliet Junior College 81: Deiondre Cunningham notched 26 points to lead visiting Joliet Junior College (15-7, 5-1) in Region IV. Zoran Arsenovic chipped in 21 points and eight rebounds for the Wolves.
Men’s Indoor Track & Field
Indiana Wesleyan Invitational: Adam Barr, of Lewis, set a school record in winning the weight throw (60 feet, 5 inches) in the nonscoring meet. The Flyers’ other winners were Matt Jemillo in the 800-meter run (1:54.18), Sean Smith in the 3,000 meters (8:3.91) and Jean-Paul Isaac in the high jump (6-9).
Lewis 25-25-25, Sacred Heart 14-18-16: Greg Petty drilled 14 kills and BJ Boldog dished out 27 assists as visiting Lewis (6-2) won its fifth straight match.
Lewis 90, Bellarmine 82: Jess Reinhart (24 points, 10 rebounds) surpassed 1,000 career points in powering Lewis (14-3, 8-1) in the GLVC. Jamie Johnson tacked on a game-best 26 points for the Flyers, whose other standout was Mariyah Brawner-Henley (10 points, 11 rebounds).
Women’s Indoor Track & Field
Indiana Wesleyan Invitational: Amanda Farrough prevailed in the 3,000 meters (10:12.7) and Roslyn Summerville took first in the weight throw (50-4) to aid Lewis in the nonscoring meet. Courtney Kalous, of Trinity Christian, crossed the finish line first in the 600 meters (1:41.57). Anna Bos added a win in the 5,000 meters (18:02.59) for the Trolls.
Compiled by Josh Krockey