High School/Local College Sports Roundup for Feb. 14, 2014
February 14, 2014 11:26PM
Updated: February 16, 2014 2:09AM
Eisenhower 118, Oak Lawn 80: Host Eisenhower (11-15, 6-5) tied a school record by sinking 21 three-pointers in the South Suburban Red. Twelve came from Calviontae Washington, who set a school record with 53 points. Vinny Curta also starred for the Cardinals, scoring 20 points. Josh Prince had 21 points to lead Oak Lawn (8-13, 3-8).
Argo 71, Hubbard 54: Bryant Smith scored 21 points and Tyler Mitchell added 20 to spark host Argo (9-14).
Morgan Park Academy 60, North Shore Country Day 52: Nick Boarden had 22 points and 11 rebounds to lead host Morgan Park Academy (8-15, 4-8). Sam Bell added 11 points for the Warriors in the Independent School League.
Evergreen Park 44, Reavis 43: Issac Matthews (19 points) split two free throws with 3.8 seconds remaining to lift visiting Evergreen Park (11-12, 2-9) in the South Suburban Red. Eddie Puha had 18 points for Reavis (12-9, 3-7).
Lincoln-Way Central 50, Lincoln-Way North 45: Alex Parks chalked up 18 points to power visiting Lincoln-Way Central (12-11, 4-7). Brad Bass tacked on 14 points and 14 rebounds for the Knights in the SouthWest Suburban Red. Onteral Woodson had 10 points for Lincoln-Way North (3-18, 1-10).
Marist 60, Joliet Catholic 39: Brian Holland recorded 15 points and Kevin Lerma scored 12 to carry host Marist (16-8, 3-3) in the East Suburban Catholic. Harold Davis finished with a team-high 13 points for Joliet Catholic (8-16, 0-5).
Crete-Monee 76, Rich Central 75: Mike Nelson’s blocked shot with four seconds left saved visiting Crete-Monee (13-10, 5-3) in the Southland. Neslon and Rashad Lee both totaled 17 points for the Warriors. William Berry scored 27 points to pace Rich Central (6-15, 2-6).
Bradley 49, Thornridge 44: Carly Henry (11 points, 5 rebounds) and Billy Randle (10 points, 7 rebounds) led host Thornridge (6-17, 3-8) in the SouthWest Suburban Red.
Bremen 62, Kennedy 35: Deamonta Carpenter posted 20 points and Deon Jackson (7 rebounds) scored 14 to ignite visiting Bremen (7-13).
Lemont 69, Tinley Park 64: Mike Wisz totaled 31 points, seven assists, six steals and four rebounds for host Lemont (12-10, 6-4). Luis Marquez added 13 points, seven rebounds and three blocked shots for the Indians in the South Suburban Blue. Tinley Park dropped to 7-13, 3-7.
Rich East 91, Kankakee 87: Quinton Moore’s 31 points keyed visiting Rich East (15-4, 6-2) in the Southland. Calvin Harrington chipped in 17 points for the Rockets and Don Henderson had 16.
Illinois Lutheran 76, Donovan 47: Collin Borns netted 25 points for visiting Illinois Lutheran (14-4, 8-3) in the River Valley. Mack Newson and Sam Geraci added 14 points each for the Chargers.
Joliet West 59, Sandburg 57 (OT): D’Anthony Wright had 19 points to vault host Joliet West (8-13, 3-8) in the SouthWest Suburban Blue. Sandburg is 9-13, 5-6.
Richards 46, Eisenhower 45: Sydni Tears netted 14 points and Christina Kwartnik had 11 to boost visiting Richards (13-11, 6-7) in the South Suburban Red.
Joliet Central 42, Lockport 36: Destiny Hollins, Kianna Campbell and Jamari McAfee provided seven points apiece for visiting Lockport (9-15, 4-10) in the SouthWest Suburban Blue.
Lincoln-Way Central 82, Thornton 79: Candace Finnin racked up 14 points and 13 rebounds for visiting Lincoln-Way Central (13-12, 8-6). Kelsie Foster led the Knights with 19 points in the SouthWest Suburban Red.
Boys Indoor Track & Field
Morton Invitational: Eric Walker won the 55-meter high hurdles (7.45 seconds) and also ran on the winning 4x160 relay team (1 minute, 16.33 seconds) to spark St. Rita. Tyler Johnson added a victory in the 400 (56.13) for the Mustangs, who totaled 54 points in placing second behind Neuqua Valley (187). Fourth-place Mount Carmel (38) received wins from Matt Domer in the 200 (23.42) and Steve Richardson in the shot put (45 feet).
Great Lakes Valley Championships: Victor Tarin set a school record and established an NCAA B cut time in the 200-yard freestyle (1:37.45) to spark Lewis. Tarin also helped the Flyers break the school record in the 400 medley relay (3:22.55). Lewis (325) finished the day fourth out of seven teams in Crawfordsville, Ind.
Walsh 6, Lewis 3: Armand Levandi and Erik Aunapuu prevailed at top-seeded doubles for visiting Lewis (2-1).
Lewis 6, Malone 3: Mate Srdanovic (No. 3) and Phillip Kuenzi (No. 4) won their respective singles matches and also teamed up for a victory at No. 2 doubles to aid visiting Lewis in its opening dual.
Great Lakes Valley Championships: Sarah Kenis and Montana Clasby established NCAA B cut times in the 100 breaststroke as Lewis (327) held fourth place in the seven-team meet in Crawfordsville, Ind. Kenis (1:03.25) set a school record in the event, placing second, one spot ahead of Clasby (1:03.29).
Lewis 6, Walsh 2: Zsofia Lanstiak (No. 1) and Zsofia Kranczicki (No. 2) posted singles wins for visiting Lewis (2-1).
Women’s Indoor Track & Field
Chicagoland Championships: Lewis (153.5) earned six NCAA provisional mark and six first-place finishes in winning the 17-team meet at North Central College in Naperville. Flyers posting victories and provisional marks were Megan Marchildon in the 60-meter dash (8.82), Amanda Farrough in the mile run (4:59.74) and Phoenix Smallwood in the triple jump (37 feet, 71/4 inches).
Compiled by Josh Krockey