In girls’ basketball
STM 62, Cissna Park 18. Tori McCoy scored a game-high 12 points for visiting St. Thomas More (7-1). The Timberwolves got seven points from Lexi Knake.
M-S 45, Eureka 28. Makenzie Joop had 15 rebounds, five blocks and five points for visiting Mahomet-Seymour, which got 13 points from Kristen Belyea.
Arcola 57, AOC 26. Hunter Gobert scored a game-high 13 points and pulled down five rebounds for the host Purple Riders against Arthur Okaw Christian. Arcola received seven rebounds apiece from Samantha Reece and Alexis Conlin. AOC was led by Hanna Erwin, who had eight points and six assists.
Flanagan 39, GCMS 27. Emily Elder paced host Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley with six points.
LeRoy 47, Ridgeview 32. Lauren Russell led three Panthers in double figures with 14 points. Shannon Steffen and Courtney Monier each scored 10 points for host LeRoy, which led 37-25 after three quarters. The Mustangs were led by Rachelle Weber’s 14 points.
B-H 33, Milford 25. Addie Voyles scored a game-high 12 points for host Bismarck-Henning, which got 11 points and 11 boards from Abby Bergman. The Bearcats were paced by Sam Wilken’s 11 points.
Central A&M 54, Unity 34. Rebecca Maxwell had a team-high 13 points and six rebounds for the host Rockets.
Monticello 47, Shelbyville 32. Elise Pontious and Layne Buzan each scored nine points to pace the visiting Sages, who led 26-14 at intermission.
Tremont 58, Blue Ridge 29. Bailey Clancy led the host Knights with nine points.
Sullivan 54, St. Teresa 22. Emily Neuhauser scored a game-high 14 points for the host Redskins.
Maroa-Forsyth 37, Tuscola 33. Amber Miller scored nine points for the host Warriors, who got eight points and six rebounds from Macie Edwards, six assists from Morgan Little and nine boards from Erin Weaver.
Danville 43, Eisenhower 34. Alexus Jimson-Miller paced the host Vikings with 11 points.
A-P 38, Oakwood 10. Erika Sieberns scored 11 points for host Armstrong-Potomac.
El Paso-Gridley 50, Fisher 22. Caitlin Cole led the visiting Bunnies with 14 points.
Villa Grove 45, Urbana Uni 41. Lizzy Smith scored a team-high 19 points for the host Blue Devils. The Illineks received a game-high 23 points from Emma Hoyer.
Meridian 47, A-O 33. Kandie Bloch paced visiting Argenta-Oreana with 14 points.
Tri-County 45, Chrisman 37. Amber Meyer had 12 points and Autumn Meyer 11 for the visiting Titans (4-1). The Cardinals got 12 points from Shelby Warner.
Clinton 65, W-L 35. Haley Ginger poured in a game-high 20 points for the host Maroons against Warrensburg-Latham.
PBL 51, Iroquois West 39. Kandace Hofer led a balanced Paxton-Buckley-Loda scoring attack with 14 points. The Panthers also got 12 points from Andi Lemley and 11 from Amanda Ypya. The host Raiders were led by Taylor Cultra and Andrea Fuoss, who scored seven points apiece.
Schlarman 47, Hoopeston Area 42. Sydne Bryant scored a team-high 13 points for the host Hilltoppers. The Cornjerkers were led by Shelby Holzinger, who scored 19 points and grabbed 17 rebounds.
At Tolono. Alex York (220 pounds) pinned his opponent in 56 seconds, leading Unity to a 34-18 victory against Danville. The Vikings received a pin from Gabriel Cross (132). In the Chargers’ 71-10 victory against the Rockets, Centennial’s Darren Wynn (138) won by pin in 47 seconds. In Centennial’s 69-12 win against the Vikings, Corbin Folsom (220) won by pin in 46 seconds.
At St. Joseph. Addison Chism (120), Austin Hedrick (160), Orion Ciota (182), Wesley Kibler (195) and Jordan Hartman (220) all won by pinfall for the Spartans, who defeated Champaign Central 44-33. The Maroons received a pin from Kenton Walker (126).
At Fairbury. Tyler Bergstrahl (138), Jack Malone (182) and Alex Rhoda (195) were among the Prairie Central wrestlers who scored pins in their 46-28 victory against El Paso-Gridley.
At Gibson City. Cameron Schwing (113), Michael Cler (170) and Josh Wallick (285) were among the GCMS/Fisher wrestlers who won by pin in the Falcons’ 68-12 victory against Bismarck-Henning.
At Decatur. Zach Whitsel (120), Matthew Roberts (126), Seth Bowman (138), Lucas Schoen (160), Klayton Rodgers (220) and Trey Porter (285) won by pin for Argenta-Oreana.