Monday's highlights: Tabb hits milestone in A-L/A-H win
In girls’ basketball
Judah Christian 68, Danville First Baptist 45. Kristina Lee and Leslee Chambers combined for 55 points to lead the visiting Tribe to a record-setting win. Lee racked up 29 points and Chambers had 26 as Judah set a school record for points scored in a girls’ basketball game. Chambers barely missed a triple-double after also notching 10 steals and nine rebounds Rachael Wells paced First Baptist with 17 points, and Hannah Wells added 16.
Pontiac 51, Mahomet-Seymour 49. Kristen Belyea scored 20 points, including the 1,000th of her career, for the Bulldogs in a home loss. Hannah Charter had 11 rebounds for M-S.
Heritage 52, Urbana Uni High 41. The Hawks earned a home win behind Dallas McCormick’s 17 points, six steals and three assists. Teammate Desirae Westerfield had a double-double (12 points, 12 rebounds). Emma Hoyer led the Illineks with 16 points, 11 rebounds and seven steals.
Iroquois West 60, Manteno 37. The Raiders outscored Manteno 16-4 in the second quarter and continued to pull away for a victory in the Iroquois West Tournament at Gilman. Morgan Small sank five three-pointers and scored 24 points for IW. Teammate Taylor Cultra contributed 16 points and seven rebounds.
Armstrong-Potomac 46, Salt Fork 38. Erika Sieberns scored seven of her game-high 19 points in the second quarter, when the Trojans outscored Salt Fork 13-0 to take command en route to a home win. Taylor vice led the Storm with 10 points.
LeRoy 61, Lexington 36. The Panthers stormed to a 22-0 first-quarter lead in rolling to a road win. Shannon Steffen and Lauren Russell led a balanced LeRoy attack with 11 points apiece. Russell also had seven rebounds and four assists.
Oakwood 56, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 49. The host Comets rallied from an eight-point halftime deficit behind Sadie Edwards, who scored all of her team-high 13 points in the second half. Brittany Hay led the Buffaloes with 17 points.
PBL 51, Bismarck-Henning 22. The Panthers outscored B-H 35-7 in the middle two quarters in a road win. Amanda Ypya led PBL with 14 points.
Tri-Valley 54, Fisher 47. The Bunnies fell behind 16-6 after one quarter and couldn’t recover in a home loss. Hannah Varner and Sydney Blackwell combined for 29 points for Fisher.
Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond 55, Okaw Valley 40. Karly Goodman’s 24 points boosted the Lancers to a road win. Ashley Tabb, who added 11 points for A-L/A-H, scored the 1,000th for her career.
Meridian 41, Monticello 39. The host Sages lost in overtime after leading 32-29 entering the fourth quarter. Megan Garrett and Allie Hislope scored 10 points apiece for Monticello.
Tuscola 54, Warrensburg-Latham 19. Erin Weaver scored 18 points for the Warriors in a home win.
St. Teresa 40, Unity 20. Lacy Pruitt scored nine points for the Rockets in a home loss.
Westville 47, Chrisman 41. The Tigers outscored Chrisman 16-7 in the fourth quarter to pull out a road win. Ashley Hoffman racked up 25 points for Westville. Abbi Bush and Shelby Warner scored 10 points apiece for the Cardinals.
Eureka 61, Rantoul 38. Hannah Wascher scored 25 points for the Eagles in a home loss.
Peotone 60, Watseka 55. Devin Curry scored 22 points for the Warriors in a home defeat. Trisha Martin had 11 points and seven rebounds for Watseka.
Arthur Okaw Christian 39, Decatur Christian 26. Hanna Erwin’s 10 points, seven assists and five steals propelled the Conquering Riders to a home win.
Clinton 54, Sullivan 43. Trailing by five points entering the fourth quarter, the Maroons outscored Sullivan 25-9 to rally for a home victory. Morgan Hickman scored 14 points for Clinton, a total matched by the Redskins’ Asia Morrison.
In boys’ basketball
Salt Fork 59, St. Thomas More 57. The Storm built an eight-point lead entering the fourth quarter and held off the Sabers for a road win. Max Stutsman sank 9 of 12 free throws and scored 17 points for Salt Fork. Storm Joop had 19 points for STM, which lost starter Kevin Carroll in the first quarter due to a sprained ankle.
At Paxton. David Trewyn (126 pounds) and Gunnar Meeker (160) recorded first-period pins to lead St. Joseph-Ogden to a 52-17 win against PBL. Wil Bomen (220) had a 45-second pin for the Panthers.