Tuesday's prep highlights: Bowen-Pinto sparks Illineks

Tuesday's prep highlights: Bowen-Pinto sparks Illineks

In boys' basketball

Uni High 70, LeRoy 62. TAHAR BOWEN-PINTO's 20 points and five rebounds sparked the host Illineks, who got 17 points and 10 rebounds from SIMEON WASHINGTON. ROBBIE McMILLEN added 12 points for Uni, which trailed by 12 points at halftime. SETH WARD led LeRoy with 16 points. NICK AUPPERLE added 14.

Rantoul 70, Fisher 48. TRAVIS BRITT scored 23 points for the Eagles, who used a 19-7 second-quarter spurt to take control. Dylan Chapman had 22 points and 11 rebounds for Fisher.

A-P 44, Westville 37. WADE ROGERS had 10 points and LUKE GERNAND and D.J. DAVIS each chipped in nine for host Armstrong-Potomac. TANNER COX had nine points in the loss.

Cerro Gordo 81, Martinsville 72. AUSTIN CRIST had 18 points, DEVIN McWILLIAMS had 16 and TIM WEAVER and NATHAN LOVEKAMP each added 11 for the host Broncos.

Arcola 65, Arthur 54. Brett Lindenmeyer (18 points) and Clayton Johnson (15) combined for 12 points after regulation to help the Purple Riders to a double-overtime victory.

Oakwood 65, Hoopeston Area 56. Led by CAMERON LEE's 24 points and KYLE ELLIOTT's 17, the visiting Comets used a strong first half to win. TYLER KNIGHT and SKYLER SLADE added 10 points each for Oakwood. ROSS LANGE and DANIEL LAWSON each scored 12 in the loss.

Salt Fork 44, Schlarman 24. ROSS LEARNARD scored 14 points as the visiting Storm held the Hilltoppers to 11 first-half points. ALEC NEAL led Schlarman with nine points.

LaSalette 52, Judah Christian 43. In Champaign, JOEL WURM scored 22 points in the win. MALIK WILLIAMS led the Tribe with 12 points, five assists and five steals. KRYS McCLURE added 11 points and seven rebounds in the loss.

Shiloh 59, Bement 53. CYRUS FURGESON scored 18 points and KALEB HOOD added 16 rebounds, nine points, four steals and three assists for the host Raiders. TYCE RITTENHOUSE led Bement with 17 points.

Okaw Valley 80, Atwood-Hammond 45. PHIL IRACE had 18 points and ANDY WEBB had 15 for the host Rajahs.

Fieldcrest 51, GCMS 33. SAM JOHNSON led the Falcons with eight points.

Heritage 63, Lovington 40. JOHN TAYLOR scored 26 points to lead the visiting Hawks.

DeLand-Weldon 49, First Baptist 37. Sophomores DEE WOODS (14 points) and JAY WOODS (12) paced host D-W.

Casey-Westfield 72, Chrisman 39. CHRIS HOULT led the visiting Cardinals with 13 points, and CHASE ANDERSON added 12.

Sangamon Valley Conference tournament

PBL 48, Iroquois West 43. At Paxton, DAKOTA ZENNER scored 14 points, GAUGE SNIDER added 12 and TANNER HARRIS had 11 as top-seeded Paxton-Buckley-Loda pulled away in the fourth quarter.

Momence 56, St. Thomas More 44. At Paxton, JAYCEE HILLSMAN led the fifth-seeded Sabers with 16 points. MIKE PLECKI chipped in 13.

CPCI 34, Clifton Central 31. In Clifton, COLE HASSELBRING scored 11 points and STERLING YOUNG had 10 for the Timberwolves.

St. Joseph-Ogden 64, Watseka 45. In Clifton, the third-seeded Spartans had six players score at least eight points and raced to a 20-point halftime lead. CORBIN HESTERBERG led the way with 13 points, and CHASE PATTON had 10. ALEX GOCKEN paced Watseka with 13 points.

In girls' basketball

GCMS 45, Fieldcrest 41. REGAN ROMSHEK scored 15 points and ANGEL GAESSER added 11 for visiting Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley.

Clinton 56, Tuscola 48. HALEY TOOHILL scored 17 points as the Maroons pulled away in the second half. ERIN WEAVER had 19 points and SAMMI KOHLBECKER 17 for the Warriors.

First Baptist 32, Decatur Christian 31. Megan Holycross scored 14 points for First Baptist (7-4).

A-P 47, Milford 30. BROOKE MARKWALDER scored 18 points for the Trojans. KELSEY THRUSH had seven rebounds in the loss.

In swimming & diving

Urbana 100, Pontiac 74. Zachary Heinricher won the 200-yard freestyle and 400 free to lift the Tigers to the nonconference win. ERIK HEINE added wins in the 50 free and 100 breaststroke for Urbana.


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