Tuesday's highlights: See's double-double paces M-S

Tuesday's highlights: See's double-double paces M-S

Boys’ basketball
Cornjerker Classic
Iroquois West 52, Milford 42.
ZACH SMALL had 15 points, KEATON ZIRKLE 12 and JORDAN HANSEN 11 as Iroquois West held on. Milford was led by JEFF CANN’s 21 points.

Uni High tournament
Uni High 74, BCL 24.
GEORGE VOULGARIS had 22 points, eight rebounds and three blocks as Uni High took control with a 20-2 second-quarter run. TARIK KORIC had 16 points and TAHARKA BARAKA added eight points and nine rebounds for the Illineks. Buckley Christ Lutheran got 20 points from SLATER SCHEURICH.

Bement 57, Atwood-Hammond 52. CONNOR GROSS had 21 points and TYCE RITTENHOUSE added 13 for fast-starting Bement. JORDAN FEAGIN (20 points) and ANDY WEBB (18) led A-H.

GCMS tournament
Prairie Central 59, Fisher 33.
ADDISON BOUNDS had 17 points for the Hawks, who got 13 from LANE MAUER. Fisher got 18 points from KYLE WILLIAMS and 11 from HANS CARMIEN.

Blue Ridge 56, Serena 29. MICHAEL PLUNK scored 17 points as the Knights raced to a 19-4 first-quarter lead.

GCMS 61, R-B 43. Three players scored in double figures as Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley went on a 24-5 third-quarter run to beat Roanoke-Benson at home.

Tri-County tournament
Salt Fork 62, Heritage 47.
ROSS LEARNARD (18 points), MAX STUTSMAN (16) and COLE TAYLOR (11) led the Storm. JOHN TAYLOR scored 16 for the Hawks.

Cornerstone 61, Tri-County 44. WES MOTLEY and TYLER WRIGHT each scored nine points for the Titans.

Girls’ basketball
Blue Star Tourney
M-S 50, B-H 21.
Maddie See had 13 points and 10 rebounds as the host Bulldogs took control with a 30-11 first-half surge. Hannah Charter added seven points and 13 rebounds for M-S, which got nine points from MAGGIE SCHMIDT. ABBY BERGMAN had 13 points for Bismarck-Henning, which was held scoreless in the third quarter.

Danville 40, Rantoul 38. Breanna Keys scored 14 points and Alexus Jimson-Miller added 13 as the Vikings held off the Eagles at St. Thomas More. Hannah Wascher led the Eagles with 21 points.

St. Thomas More 67, Central 29. Playing her first game, 6-foot-4 freshman TORI McCOY had 10 points and 14 rebounds as the Sabers rolled. RANDA HARSHBARGER had 15 points and five steals and LEXI WALLEN added 15 points and nine rebounds. The Sabers can create a three-way tie for the title by beating unbeaten Springfield Southeast at 6:45 p.m. today. Centennial, which beat Monticello 45-10 on Monday, also would share first place.

Springfield SE 57, Urbana 26. The Spartans stayed perfect in a game played at Mahomet.

Comet Classic
Heritage 56, Milford 27.
DESIRAE WESTFIELD scored 14 points and DALLAS McCORMICK added 12 for the Hawks. MINDY GARRETTS led Milford with nine points.

G-RF 56, Hoopeston 52. MAYA GREEN made four three-pointers en route to 22 points as Georgetown-Ridge Farm raced to an early lead and hung on. BRITTANY HAY added 12 points in the win. Hoopeston Area was paced by ERIKA SOLIS (13 points and six steals) and SHELBY HOLZINGER (10 points and 17 rebounds).

Shiloh 51, Blue Ridge 24. A 14-4 second-quarter run sparked the Raiders, who got balanced scoring from LAUREN MOSES (14 points), BETHANY McGINNESS (13), MORGAN WOOD (11) and SHELBY SMITH (nine). JAMISON BRANDT was Blue Ridge’s leading scorer with 10 points.

Arcola 43, Sullivan 38.
TAYLOR EDWARDS had 26 points, nine rebounds and five steals for the Purple Riders, who got 11 rebounds and eight points from CARA EDWARDS. EMILY NEUHAUSER led Sullivan with 14 points.

Villa Grove 49, Salt Fork 38. Led by LIZZY SMITH’s 18 points and COURTNEY HELM’s 17, the Blue Devils used a strong second quarter to spark the road win. For the Storm, HEATHER ELLIS had 13 points and EMILIE McFADDEN had 10.

A-L/A-H 66, Shelbyville 44. ASHLEY TABB had 21 points and seven steals for host Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond (3-0). KARLY GOODMAN hdded 13 points and SHERELLE COLLER had 11 in the win.

Decatur Christian 33, First Baptist 25. HANNAH WELLS had 10 points in a losing effort.

A-O 56, Cerro Gordo 47. KANDIE BLOCH had 29 points and KATELYNN MULLINS added 17 for visiting Argenta-Oreana. ARIONNA GANT had 15 points and three blocks for the Broncos.


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