In boys' basketball
Bismarck-Henning 66, Chrisman 17. Ten players scored for the host Blue Devils, who led 39-7 at the half. TANNER RIBBE and KRYSTIAN INGRAM scored 14 points each. AUSTIN TOLER (10 points) also reached double figures.
Monticello 69, Argenta-Oreana 59. NICK STOKOWSKI poured in a career-high 35 points to go along with nine rebounds to power the host Sages. KENDAL KING (career-high 17 points, seven rebounds, four assists) also contributed. The Bombers got 14 points and seven rebounds from DYLAN SUNDERLAND.
Judah Christian 58, Normal Calvary Christian 43. The host Tribe got 13 points and nine assists from MALIK WILLIAMS. DYLAN HAMILTON added 12 points.
Mahomet-Seymour 73, Eureka 60. CLAY KIBLER and MATT TURNER each scored 16 points while REID FARCHMIN (nine rebounds) and KURT CLAPPER each added 13 for the visiting Bulldogs.
St. Teresa 45, Tuscola 37. PHILIP MEYER led the host Warriors with 13 points.
Oakwood 50, Armstrong-Potomac 46. The visiting Comets got 14 points from SKYLER SLADE, 12 from KYLE ELLIOTT and 11 from CAMERON LEE.
CPCI 68, Donovan 47. Four Timberwolves reached double figures, led by COLE HASSELBRING's 18 and RICK TRASK's 16. STERLING YOUNG (11) and BEAU ANDERSON (10) also chipped in.
Tri-Valley 60, LeRoy 38. Nick Aupperle led the host Panthers with 18 points, and Nolan Sammer added seven points and five rebounds.
Schlarman 51, Westville 44. LUCAS SPEZIA led the host Hilltoppers with 16 points and RONNIE SODERSTROM added 11.
Shelbyville 48, Sullivan 43. MICAH PLANK had 13 points and MITCH MOLZEN had 12 for the visiting Redskins.
Georgetown-Ridge Farm 50, Hoopeston Area 41. MATTHEW HAY had 16 points while KORIE VIRE and RYAN DIEU each scored 12 to lead the host Buffaloes, who erased a 28-15 halftime deficit. The Cornjerkers got a game-high 26 from BRANT RAMOS.
Charleston 62, Urbana 60. DONALD McKINLEY's 14 points weren't enough for the host Tigers.
Unity 56, Clinton 25. The visiting Rockets got 17 points from TAYLOR BLACK and 14 from AUSTIN FENDER.
Blue Ridge 63, Flanagan 61. Four players reached double figures for the host Knights, led by TRAVYS NICHOLS (17 points) and MICHAEL PLUNK (16). TUCKER JOHNSON (12 points, nine rebounds) and WILL DUGGINS (11 points) also contributed.
Momence 59, Watseka 42. AUSTIN BLAIR's 13 points weren't enough for the visiting Warriors.
Salt Fork 54, Milford 35. Salt Fork was led by ALEC DUTTON's 17 points and ROSS LEARNARD's 10. The host Bearcats got 11 points from JOSH KILLION.
At LOVC tournament
Bement 46, Martinsville 44. CONNOR GROSS led the way with 16 points for Bement and ETHAN MORTON added 12.
Shiloh 43, Villa Grove 46. KALEB HOOD's 11 and ANDREW DONITHAN's 10 led Shiloh. Villa Grove got 13 points from RYAN PEARCE.
Lovington 48, Tri-County 46. LUKE CLAPP's 17 points weren't enough for the Titans.
Arthur 60, Atwood-Hammond 42. ANDREW MAXWELL poured in a game-high 23 points to power the Knights. EVAN SEEGMILLER (11) points and TYLER SCHURING (10) also chipped in. ANDY WEBB led Atwood-Hammond with 19 points.
In girls' basketball
Ridgeview 53, Tremont 34. MEGAN JONES had 15 points and nine rebounds to lift the host Mustangs. KELLI RICHARDS added 13, and PAIGE JONES had 10.
Bismarck-Henning 39, St. Joseph-Ogden 28. SAMANTHA SIDDENS led the way with 15 points and LORI HAAS added 14 to lift the host Blue Devils.
Buckley Christ Lutheran 51, Judah Christian 34. The host Tribe got 18 points, eight steals and seven rebounds from KRISTINA LEE in the loss.
St. Thomas More 70, Salt Fork 24. Three players reached double figures for the visiting Sabers, led by LEXI WALLEN's 15. RANDA HARSHBARGER added 12, and COURTNEY WAX had 10.
Iroquois West 42, St. Anne 28. MORGAN SMALL scored 12 points to lead the host Raiders.
Fisher 42, CPCI 30. ELYSSA BROWNING led the way with 13 points — all in the second half — and seven rebounds for the host Bunnies.
Champaign Central 67, Normal Community 50. Jakeenya Evans (18 points, 10 rebounds) and Laura Litchfield (11 points, seven assists) lifted the host Maroons.
Cerro Gordo 58, Decatur Christian 28. The host Broncos were led by ARIONNA GANT (21 points, 14 rebounds and three blocks) and KRISTIE Krigbaum (12 points, 10 rebounds, five assists and six steals). Jessica Blunt added 11 points and 10 rebounds.
Paxton-Buckley-Loda 73, Blue Ridge 56. CHEYENNE WEBER poured in 23 points and ANDI LEMLEY posted a double-double (11 points, 10 rebounds) to power the host Panthers. JACQUELYN O'NEAL led the Knights with 24 points and 14 rebounds.
At Okaw Valley tournament
Clinton 54, Meridian 50. MADI BEVINS and HALEY TOOHILL each scored 12 points to lead the Maroons at St. Teresa.
Unity 43, Maroa-Forsyth 39. BAILEY WALDEN led the Rockets with 16 points and KENNEDY HARTMAN contributed 13.
At Fairbury. NICK KAUFFMAN and JOEY REIS each won by major decision and BRETT BENNETT won by pinfall for Prairie Central in a loss to Eureka. Mahomet-Seymour beat Prairie Central thanks to pinfalls by KOLTON TAYLOR, CODY HOOPER and AUSTIN ARMETTA.
At Champaign. SAMUEL LACK, TERRANCE DAVIS, DARREN WYNN, JAMES ROMAN and ARCHIE WILLIAMS all picked up a pair of wins for Centennial, which beat Normal Community and lost to Normal West.
At Westville. TYLER LORD, TYLER DICKEN and TRAE FORD all picked up wins for host Westville/Salt Fork/Georgetown-Ridge Farm in a win against Schlarman.