Updated: March 18, 2014 6:25AM
Catholic League Tournament
De La Salle 63, Loyola 56: Brandon Hutton put in 17 points and grabbed nine rebounds to pace De LaSalle (11-10) in the upper championship bracket at the University of Chicago. Martez Cameron tacked on 14 points for the Meteors, Aaron Jones scored 13 and Robert Williams had 10.
St. Joseph 60, Providence 45: Miles Boykin netted a game-high 18 points and hauled in six rebounds to spark Providence (11-12). Jack Brody (11 points, 7 rebounds) and Nate Vejvoda (10 points) also contributed for the Celtics.
Mount Carmel 75, Hales 52: Gabe Grant’s 25 points and 15 rebounds keyed Mount Carmel (19-6). David Nichols chipped in 23 points as the Caravan notched its 10th straight victory.
Brother Rice 54, St. Laurence 49: Connor Finn scored 15 points to lead Brother Rice (12-12) in the lower championship bracket at Gordon Tech. Ray Rubio added 13 points for the Crusaders and Quinn Niego had 10. Matt Gurgone paced St. Laurence (5-18) with 19 points and Rich Lamb netted 11.
Seton 69, St. Ignatius 67 (2 OTs): Rashaad Williams’ three-pointer from the right corner with 19 seconds remaining lifted Seton (6-18). Chris Seaton led the Sting in scoring with 18 points.
Leo 72, St. Francis de Sales 53: Darius Oliver recorded a team-best 19 points to boost Leo (10-13)
St. Francis 2-8, Lyon 1-7: Reliever Joe Ruge (2-0) was the winning pitcher in both games as visiting St. Francis (2-2) recorded a pair of eight-inning victories. Ruge threw two hitless innings in the opener as he and starter Adam Panayotovich combined on a two-hitter. Ruge also drove in the winning run on a flyout that scored David Kuhne. Brandon Mendoza’s RBI single and Brad Porter’s bases-loaded walk helped the Saints break a 6-all tie in the nightcap. Ruge — who scored on the walk — pitched the final two innings again, giving up one run on two hits. In the nightcap, Brandon Mendoza hit an RBI single and Brad Porter drew a bases-load walk as the Saints broke a 6-all tie to complete the sweep. Joe Ruge, who scored the final run, also pitched two innings for the victory.
Ohio Dominican 6, Lewis 3: Armand Levandi (No. 1), Erik Aunapuu (No. 2) and Mate Srdanovic (No. 3) posted singles victories for visiting Lewis (2-2).
Compiled by Josh Krockey