In boys' basketball
Pickneyville 55, Monticello 44. RYAN DONOHUE scored 12 points for the Sages, who sank 19 of 20 free throws in the Saluki Shootout in Carbondale.
Paxton-Buckley-Loda 72, Oakwood 45. GAUGE SNIDER scored 18 points and DAKOTA ZENNER added 12 for the Panthers. TANNER HARRIS added 10 points as PBL raced to a 37-15 halftime lead. Oakwood got 14 points from CAMERON LEE.
Decatur Lutheran 50, Arthur 45. TYLER SCHURING had 14 points and five rebounds in the Knights' loss.
La Salette 53, Heritage Christian (Ind) 44. JOEL WURM had 17 points and nine rebounds as La Salette won the Heritage Christian tournament.
St. Joseph-Ogden 69, Indianapolis Tindley 53. BRENT SCHLUTER's 25 points and six rebounds powered the Spartans in the Border War Shootout in Cayuga, Ind. Schluter made 11 of 12 shots. CORBIN HESTERBERG had 17 points and 10 rebounds.
Peoria Notre Dame 55, CPCI 40. STERLING YOUNG scored 15 points, all on three-pointers, in the Timberwolves' loss.
Clifton Central 56, Hoopeston Area 36. CORY RUDIN and CODY INMAN scored eight points apiece in the Cornjerkers' loss.
LeRoy 44, Clinton 35. The Panthers got 17 points apiece from NIC STEVENS and NOLAN SAMMER and survived a scoreless third quarter. LeRoy led 26-14 at the half but trailed 28-26 after three quarters. DYLAN SCOTT scored 11 to lead Clinton.
Watseka 53, Milford 31. SHANE SNYDER had 11 points and eight rebounds to lift the Warriors. RICHARD BRADEN had five steals. JOSH KILLION's 11 points paced the Bearcats.
Fisher 52, Urbana Uni 39. TAW FREDRICKSON led the Bunnies with 21 points and DYLAN CHAPMAN added 14. BRANDON LIN and TAHAR BOWEN-PINTO had eight points apiece for the Illineks.
Heritage Christian (Ind.) 51, Arthur Okaw Christian 41. ADAM BEACHY scored 16 points in the Heritage Christian tournament.
In girls' basketball
Watseka 35, Rantoul 30. DEVIN CURRY scored nine points and secured five steals to spark the Warriors. HANNAH WASCHER led the Eagles with 15 points.
Clinton 63, Blue Ridge 56. Trailing 34-33 at halftime, the Maroons outscored Blue Ridge 18-8 in the third period to take command. HALEY GINGER scored 15 points, MADI BEVINS had 12 and HALEY TOOHILL chipped in 10 for Clinton. JACQUELYN O'NEAL scored 19 points and MELINDA WILSON 18 to lead the Knights.
LeRoy 44, Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley 42. ASHLEY WALKER's 15 points, six rebounds and six assists helped the Panthers hold on. LAUREN RUSSELL added 10 points. The Falcons got 12 points from ANGEL GAESSER.
Danville 40, Decatur MacArthur 29. J'LYNN AYERS scored 14 points and ALEXUS JIMSON-MILLER contributed 13 to lead the Vikings.
Centennial 66, Peoria Notre Dame 45. STACIA SIMMONS propelled the Chargers with 17 points, five assists and four steals. KATELYNN MARTINEZ chipped in 13 points and six rebounds. CHANTAL MEACHAM added 11 points.
Argenta-Oreana 51, Arthur-Lovington 50. KANDIE BLOCH's steal and basket at the buzzer gave the Bombers a road victory. Bloch finished with 24 points. HANNAH MILLINGTON added 19. ASHLEY TABB had 15 points and six steals to pace Arthur-Lovington. KARLY GOODMAN contributed 14 points and eight rebounds.
St. Thomas More 71, Oakwood 20. LEXI WALLEN scored 11 points and the Sabers used solid defense and six three-pointers to race past the Comets. JADE BRINKOETTER and COURTNEY WAX had 10 points apiece. MAKENZIE BAKER scored nine for Oakwood.
St. Joseph-Ogden 56, Salt Fork 31. BAILEY TRIMBLE (14 points), JOSEY FRUHLING (12) and HANNAH GAYLORD (10) led the Spartans.
Prairie Central 49, Ridgeview 46. SARAH OPRONDEK scored 14 points and the Hawks survived 13-of-25 free throw shooting. MEGAN JONES led Ridgeview with 24 points.
Shiloh 50, Tuscola 43. BETSY BOGLE had 16 points, eight rebounds and five assists for the Raiders. ERIN WEAVER's 18 points paced Tuscola.
Iroquois West 58, Gardner-South Wilmington 34. MORGAN SMALL had 12 points to lead the Raiders in their Holiday Hoops tournament. Iroquois West also beat Manteno 60-24.
At Springfield. Centennial won all four matches at the Springfield Super Duals as SAMMY LACK and ARCHIE WILLIAMS each went 4-0. Centennial is 11-1. Champaign Central also went 4-0, led by SCOTT VOLK's pair of pins en route to a 4-0 day.
At Urbana. TRAEVON WILSON pinned his opponent in 30 seconds to lead Urbana past Decatur MacArthur 54-19.
In swimming & diving
At Champaign. DAVID JIN won two events to lead Centennial past Normal Community 111- 71.