Friday's Highlights: Unity continues winning ways
In boys' basketball
Unity 62, Shelbyville 41. The visiting Rockets jumped out to a 40-8 lead at halftime and cruised to victory behind 18 points from AARON LARSON and 17 from TAYLOR BLACK. AUSTIN FENDER added 11.
Georgetown-Ridge Farm 52, Chrisman 40. KORIE VIRE (17 points), MATTHEW HAY (14) and KYLE COBURN (12) led the way for the host Buffaloes. Chrisman got 19 points from CHRIS HOULT.
Bismarck-Henning 56, Armstrong-Potomac 31. TANNER RIBBE poured in a game-high 21 points to lift the visiting Blue Devils. WADE ROGERS had 11 for A-P.
Heritage 39, Shiloh 38. CHANCE LEMMON scored nine points to lead the visiting Hawks. Shiloh's SKYLAR SMITH had 10.
Milford 55, Hoopeston Area 27. JEFF REED had 20 points and MAX McCABE had 12 to pace the host Bearcats. DANIEL LAWSON had 10 for the Cornjerkers.
Tri-County 81, Cerro Gordo 77. LUKE CLAPP (six assists) scored 26 points and DOUG FINDLAY (eight rebounds) added 20 for the visiting Titans. TIM WEAVER had 27 for CG.
Tuscola 42, Argenta-Oreana 39. DUSTIN HAAKE (15 points) and CODY PANKAU (13) paced the host Warriors.
Salt Fork 44, Westville 26. ROSS LEARNARD's 16 points powered the visiting Storm.
Lexington 68, GCMS 56. BEN EADS scored 13 points and GABE KERBER added 10 for the host Falcons.
Oakwood 58, Schlarman 43. The visiting Comets got 19 points from KYLE ELLIOTT, 17 from SKYLER SLADE and 14 rebounds from CAMERON LEE.
Arcola 74, Lovington 52. BRETT LINDENMEYER poured in 28 points while COREY ROBERTS and PEYTON CONLIN each had 12 apiece to pace visiting Arcola.
Danville First Baptist 66, LaSalle-Peru 48. ZANE BUMPUS (15 points) and MARK FORMAN (16) led the Knights in the Association of Christian Schools tournament.
Decatur Christian 52, Judah Christian 46. KRYS McCLURE led the Tribe with 16 points in the championship game of the ECIC tournament.
Urbana University 65, Cornerstone Christian 46. JOHNNY SHAPLEY had 16 points to go along with four rebounds and TAHAR BOWEN-PINTO added 11 points and seven rebounds for the Illineks in the ECIC tourney third-place game. SIMEON WASHINGTON added 10 points, eight boards and eight assists.
In girls' basketball
Danville First Baptist 24, Mississippi Valley 20. JESSICA GREER led the Knights with 12 points.