In girls’ basketball
■ Armstrong-Potomac 44, Hoopeston Area 24. The Trojans outscored Hoopeston Area 30-15 in the second half to pull away to a home win. A-P’s Erika Sieberns scored 12 of her game-high 16 points over the final two quarters. Teammate Morgan Zindars added 15 points.
■ Arcola 52, Heritage 28. Samantha Reece scored 18 points and Cara Edwards contributed 13, leading the Purple Riders to a home victory.
Mary Happ paced the Hawks with 13 points.
■ PBL 50, GCMS 27. The Panthers racked up 20 points in the first quarter and limited GCMS to seven second-half points in rolling to a road win. Amanda Ypya and Kellyn Maynard scored 15 and 13 points, respectively, for PBL.
Katie Massey led the Falcons with 11 points.
■ Prairie Central 75, Olympia 11. Eleven players scored for the Hawks in a lopsided home victory. Jordyn Weber hit four three-pointers and totaled 18 points for PC. Kiana Coomber and Emily Shiflett added 14 and 13 points, respectively.
■ Salt Fork 33, Bismarck-Henning 29. Taylor Vice scored all of her team-high eight points in the second half to lead a balanced attack that lifted the Storm to a home win.
Jessica Hall paced B-H with 10 points.
■ Deer Creek-Mackinaw 40, Blue Ridge 35. The host Knights lost despite receiving 22 points and seven steals from Jamison Brandt. Gabby Pearl added nine points, 13 rebounds and three blocks for Blue Ridge.
■ Cissna Park 40, St. Joseph-Ogden 39. Addison Stoller scored six of her 10 points in the fourth quarter to help the Timberwolves rally to a home win. Madison Overbey had a double-double (15 points, 10 rebounds) for CP, which trailed 31-27 after three periods.
Tori Masters and Ashley Landis scored 12 points apiece for the Spartans.
■ Fisher 52, Heyworth 46. Caitlin Cole and Hannah Varner each scored 20 points, boosting the Bunnies to a home victory. Cole also contributed 19 rebounds and five blocks, while teammate Olivia Heffernan dished out eight assists.
■ Villa Grove 39, Shiloh 38. Courtney Helm (13), Alix Ezell (11) and Lizzy Smith (10) combined for all but five of Villa Grove’s points in a road win.
Bethany McGinness had 11 points for Shiloh, and teammate Lauren Moses finished with eight points, five rebounds and four steals.
■ Unity 38, Tuscola 25. Rebecca Maxwell and Kennedy Hartman combined for 19 points for the Rockets in a road victory.
Erin Weaver lead the Warriors with 13 points.
■ St. Thomas More 48, Ridgeview 12. The Sabers shot only 36.5 percent from the field but made up for it with stingy defense in rolling to a home win. Tori McCoy had 18 points and six rebounds for STM (25-2), which pressured Ridgeview into 28 turnovers.
■ El Paso-Gridley 49, LeRoy 32. The Panthers’ Shannon Steffen barely missed a double-double (10 points, nine rebounds) in a road loss.
■ Georgetown-Ridge Farm 46, Oakwood 33. Callan Hall racked up 14 points, 17 rebounds, seven assists and six steals to lead the Buffaloes to a home victory. Brittany Hay contributed 14 points, eight rebounds and seven steals to the win.
Sadie Edwards scored 13 points for the Comets.
■ Tri-County 59, Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond 46. The Titans rolled to a home win behind Abby Smith’s 25 points and Autumn Meyer’s 22.
The Lancers, who trailed 37-21 at halftime, were led by Ashley Tabb’s 17 points and Alex Miller’s nine rebounds.
■ Sullivan 66, Meridian 48. Katie Massey’s double-double (17 points, 15 rebounds) propelled the Redskins to a road victory. Asia Morrison and Brittin Boyer added 16 and 15 points, respectively, for Sullivan.
■ Westville 44, Chrisman 41. The Tigers outscored Chrisman 29-20 in the second half to rally to a home win. Ashley Hoffman scored 19 points for Westville, and teammate Danielle Gabehart added 13.
Chey Warner paced the Cardinals with 14 points.
■ Clinton 70, Argenta-Oreana 50. Senior Kandie Bloch passed 2,000 points for her Bombers career, but Clinton ruled the scoreboard in a home victory. Bloch, who entered seven points shy of the milestone, finished with 33 points.
Megan Tool led a balanced Maroons attack with 15 points, one more than Haley Toohill and Jessica Scott each scored for Clinton.
■ Arthur Okaw Christian 45, Danville First Baptist 16. Twila Linville and Hanna Erwin scored 11 points apiece for the Conquering Riders in a home win. Linville also had nine rebounds and three steals, while Erwin tallied six assists.
In boys’ basketball
■ Danville First Baptist 73, Urbana Calvary Baptist 40. Jonathan Garver scored all of his 27 points in the first three quarters, leading First Baptist to a home victory. Jalen Emerick scored 14 points for Calvary Baptist.