In girls' basketball
Tuscola 45, St. Teresa 33. The Warriors continued their success at Decatur, beating the hosts for the second consecutive time to take the Okaw Valley tournament title.
Tuscola, which won at St. Teresa 44-39 earlier in the season, was led by ERIN WEAVER's 15 points. SAMMI KOHLBECKER added 11 for Tuscola, which improved to 17-3.
After a tight first half, the Warriors outscored St. Teresa 10-2 in the third quarter to take control.
In other tournament games, Central A&M beat Sullivan 64-54 in the third-place game and Warrensburg-Latham defeated Argenta-Oreana 55-42 for seventh place.
BRITTIN BOYER led Sullivan with 21 points. KANDIE BLOCH had 21 points for Argenta-Oreana.
Danville 49, Urbana 28. J'LYNN AYERS scored 21 points and BREANNA KEYS added 15 for the host Vikings. KARIDIA SHELBY led the Tigers with nine points.
Armstrong-Potomac 48, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 35. The host Trojans outscored G-RF 18-7 in the final quarter to pull away.
BROOKE MARKWALDER led A-P with 13 points. ERIKA SIEBERNS scored 12 and SARAH REARDON added 10.
BRITTANY HAY was the only G-RF player in double figures with 12.
St. Joseph-Ogden 42, Iroquois West 19. The visiting Spartans jumped to a 25-9 lead at halftime and cruised to victory. HANNAH GAYLORD led SJ-O with 14 points and JOSEY FRUHLING added 12.
Uni High 67, Decatur Christian 17. JAMIE BLUE scored 27 points and had 11 rebounds for the visiting Illineks, who notched their 20th win. EMMA HOYER added 14 points and 10 rebounds, and JAKI VIPOND scored 11. ABBY RADNITZER had nine rebounds for Uni High.
LeRoy 59, Tri-Valley 31. ASHLEY WALKER hit 12 of 18 shots from the field and finished with 26 points for the host Panthers.
MOLLY MARCUM added 17 for LeRoy, which outscored Tri-Valley 25-8 in the final quarter. Marcum led the Panthers with 10 rebounds.
Judah Christian 35, DeLand-Weldon 33. LESLEE CHAMBERS had 13 points and six rebounds for the visiting Tribe. KRISTINA LEE added 12 points for Judah, which improved to 7-9.
Shiloh 31, Arcola 29. Five days later, there still isn't much separation between the Raiders and host Purple Riders.
On Saturday, Shiloh beat Arcola 35-32 for the Little Okaw Valley title. Thursday, the Raiders needed a 4-2 edge in overtime to improve to 22-4. SHELBY SMITH led the Raiders with 11 points. BETSY BOGLE added nine.
CARA EDWARDS had 13 points and 10 rebounds for Arcola.
Watseka 58, PBL 41. After a tight first half, the host Warriors pulled away with a 19-8 edge in the third quarter.
DEVIN CURRY led Watseka with 20 points, six assists and four steals. HAYLEY GRAY scored 11 points and ALLISON KAPER added 10. Kaper pulled down 13 rebounds for Watseka.
AMANDA YPYA had 13 points for Paxton-Buckley-Loda. CHEYENNE WEBER added 11.
Heritage 52, Cerro Gordo 45. DALLAS McCORMICK and BAILEY GRIFFIN each scored 16 points for the visiting Hawks. MARIAH COLEMAN added 10 for Heritage, which improved to 17-8.
ARIONNA GANT led Cerro Gordo with 16 points and 16 rebounds. She blocked seven shots. STEPHANIE SHOOK had 16 points for the Broncos.
Ridgeview 38, Fisher 31. CAITLIN COLE scored 12 points and pulled down 13 rebounds for the host Bunnies.
Oakwood 40, Westville 38. The Comets held off a fourth-quarter rally by the host Tigers.
MAKAYLA STARK led Oakwood with 14 points. EMILEE JAMES scored 12 for Westville. She had a game-high 13 rebounds.
St. Thomas More 69, Clifton Central 28. On Senior Night, the host Sabers took the Sangamon Valley Conference regular season title. LEXI WALLEN led St. Thomas More with 21 points. JADE BRINKOETTER scored 15, RANDA HARSHBARGER had 14 and ERICA WALLEN added 10.
Schlarman 63, Hoopeston Area 33. JANELLE MARION had 18 rebounds and 14 points for the host Hilltoppers. SYDNE BRYANT also had 14 points for Schlarman. ELLA BLACK scored 12 points and LAURA GROSS added 11 points, nine rebounds, nine steals and five blocked shots.
Arthur-Lovington 52, Martinsville 26. After trailing 8-4 after the first quarter, the visiting Lancers outscored Martinsville 29-2 in the second. ASHLEY TABB led the Lancers with 15 points and SHERELLE COLLER added 12. Arthur-Lovington improved to 14-8.
Bismarck-Henning 40, Milford 22. SAMANTHA SIDDENS scored 14 points for the host Blue Devils, who improved to 20-5.
Prairie Central 62, Rantoul 35. HANNAH WASCHER scored 17 for the visiting Eagles.
GCMS 34, Dee-Mac 26. In Mackinaw, ANGEL GAESSER's 13 points led Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley.
In boys' basketball
Judah Christian 56, DeLand-Weldon 43. KRYS McCLURE scored 22 points and had six rebounds for the visiting Tribe. MALIK WILLIAMS had nine points, six steals and five assists for Judah. ETHAN CHITTY had eight rebounds and ZACK DAY had five assists. GARRETT DUFF led DeLand-Weldon with 18 points, hitting five three-pointers.
Mount Zion 43, Mahomet-Seymour 17. AUSTIN ARMETTA (160 pounds) scored a major decision for the Bulldogs, who dropped the Corn Belt Conference matchup. KOLTON TAYLOR (113), CODY HOOPER (132) and DEREK GRANT (138) picked up the other wins for Mahomet-Seymour, which dropped to 11-10 overall and 4-2 in the Corn Belt.
LeRoy 54, Pontiac 14. Six Panthers won by pin or by forfeit against host Pontiac.
AUSTIN MATLOCK (120) needed 46 seconds to pin MATT RICHARDSON. JUSTIN MEYERS (138) took 48 seconds to pin ALEX DUNNING. TYLER WOOLRIDGE (145), LANE LIDSTROM (182) and BRADLEY SIMMONS (220) scored pins. JOHN MORRELL (132) won by forfeit.