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High School/Local College Sports Roundup for Feb. 28, 2014

Updated: April 3, 2014 6:55AM



Boys Basketball

Rich East 72, Rich Central 58: Quinton Moore had 20 points and Nick Harden 15 to vault host Rich East (19-4, 8-2). Don Henderson added 14 points for the Rockets in the Southland. Will Berry led Rich Central (7-16, 3-7) with 15 points.

Oak Lawn 64, Evergreen Park 63: Mitch Swatek (23 points) scored on a layup with 12 seconds left for host Oak Lawn (11-14, 5-8) in the South Suburban Red. David Stacy (21 points) and Josh Prince (12) also starred for the Spartans. Tony Weathersby had 23 points for Evergreen Park (13-13, 3-10).

Lincoln-Way Central 47, Andrew 40: Brad Bass scored 15 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to propel host Lincoln-Way Central (13-13, 5-9) in the SouthWest Suburban Red. Alex Parks aided the cause for the Knights with 14 points. Luke Hook totaled 15 points to pace Andrew (6-19, 2-12).

Lemont 63, Reavis 46: Mike Wisz and Austin Tittle each chalked up 17 points for host Lemont (14-12, 8-5) in the South Suburban crossover. Eddie Puha’s 18 points topped Reavis (14-11, 4-9)

Thornridge 58, Lincoln-Way North 53: Tevin Newman had 22 points and five rebounds to spark host Thornridge (9-17, 6-8) in the SouthWest Suburban Red. Darrion Robinson added 17 points and a team-best six rebounds for the Falcons. J.T. Limon posted 14 points for Lincoln-Way North (3-21, 1-13) and Jeremy Toussaint had 11.

Shepard 59, Argo 58: Jacob Littleton (24 points) made two free throws with 3.8 seconds left to win it for host Shepard (10-16, 7-6). Kyle Longfield added 14 points for the Astros in the South Suburban Red. Dustin Krob finished with 18 points for Argo (9-16, 5-8), which also received 11 points from Bryant Smith and 10 from Tyler Mitchell.

Stagg 77, Joliet West 62: Kevin White had 28 points for visiting Stagg (21-7, 9-5) in the SouthWest Suburban Blue.

Thornwood 56, Lincoln-Way West 42: Rashaad Alexander had 13 points and Kaliph Fagan 12 to lift host Thornwood (22-4, 14-0) in the SouthWest Suburban Red. Jon Marotta recorded 21 points for Lincoln-Way West (12-13, 6-8).

Rich South 65, Crete-Monee 60: Denzel Kimbrough and Dominick Martin scored 13 points each for visiting Rich South (11-14, 5-5) in the Southland. Rashad Lee had a game-leading 14 points for Crete-Monee (14-12, 5-5).

Oak Forest 84, Tinley Park 67: Armon Williams racked up 23 points to lead host Oak Forest (21-5, 10-3) in the South Suburban Blue. David Gray added 22 points for the Bengals and Tom Shute netted 21. Chris Rainey tossed in a team-best 13 points for Tinley Park (7-17, 3-10).

Men’s Basketball

CCAC Semifinal

St. Xavier 73, Roosevelt 59: Michael Simpson totaled 16 points, 10 assists and five rebounds for St. Xavier (28-4) in Milwaukee. Brad Karp (7 rebounds) led the Cougars in scoring with 20 points and Jack Krieger scored 18.

Men’s Indoor Track & Field

Great Lakes Valley Championships: Lewis’ Adam Barr set NCAA provisional marks in two events, including the weight throw (62 feet, 5¾ inches) in helping Lewis (36 points) close Day 1 in second place. Missouri S&T (58) held the top spot among the 12 squads in Indianapolis.

Men’s Volleyball

Lewis 25-25-25, Quincy 13-21-18: Geoff Powell posted 19 kills and BJ Boldog dished out 39 assists to power host Lewis (11-4, 3-2) in the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association. Greg Petty added 13 kills for the Flyers and Lucas Yanez had 12 digs.

Women’s Basketball

GCAC Semifinal

Olivet Nazarene 91, St. Xavier 89: Miranda Geever’s jumper as time expired boosted Olivet Nazarene (22-9) in Hammond. Morgan Stuut led St. Xavier (27-5) with 33 points and 15 rebounds. Suzie Broski added 27 points for the Cougars and Niara Harris had 13.

Women’s Indoor Track & Field

Great Lakes Valley Championships: Lewis (81) was in first place after the Day 1 of competition in Indianapolis. Megan Marchildon led the way for the Flyers, posting school and conference records — as well as an NCAA provisional mark — in winning the pentathlon (3,627 points). Indianapolis (30) was second and McKendree (14) third in the 10-team field.

Compiled by Josh Krockey



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