In girls’ basketball
Class 1A regionals
■ Arcola 62, Tri-County 34. Top-seeded Arcola jumped to a 15-3 first-quarter lead and stayed in command for a semifinal win. Taylor Edwards led the Purple Riders with a double-double (19 points, 11 rebounds), and teammate Klaire Karmazinas added 16 points. Abby Smith paced T-C with 20 points and nine rebounds.
At St. Anne
■ Iroquois West 59, St. Anne 27. The top-seeded Raiders limited St. Anne to five points in the first half in a semifinal win. Andrea Fuoss, Grace Schroeder and Skylar Small each scored 12 points for IW.
■ Milford 41, Grant Park 30. Cornisha Allen scored 11 of her game-high 16 points in the fourth quarter to lift the fourth-seeded Bearcats to a semifinal victory. Allen sank four three-pointers, including three in the final period.
Class 2A regionals
■ Sullivan 75, Paris 54. The top-seeded Redskins jumped to a 26-13 first-quarter lead and rode Emily Neuhauser’s game-high 25 points to a semifinal win. Brittin Boyer (17 points, 11 rebounds) and Elissa Stewart (13 points, 12 assists) contributed double-doubles for Sullivan.
■ Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond 51, Tuscola 43. Karly Goodman scored 12 of her game-high 21 points in the third quarter, boosting the second-seeded Lancers to a semifinal victory. Halle McCrory paced Tuscola with 14 points.
■ St. Thomas More 85, Oakwood 24. The Class 2A top-ranked Sabers outscored the Comets 39-0 in the first quarter and rolled to a semifinal victory behind Tori McCoy’s 24 points. McCoy, who played only the first half, shot 11 of 15 from the field. Liz Bristow added 19 points for top-seeded STM (27-2), which has won a program-record 17 straight games. Sabers sophomore Leah Allison recorded the first double-double of her career (14 points, 10 rebounds).
■ St. Joseph-Ogden 41, Bismarck-Henning 27. Katie Landis scored eight of her game-high 12 points in the second quarter to lift the Spartans to a 24-11 halftime lead en route to a semifinal victory. Aysia Jacobs added 10 points for SJ-O.
■ Clinton 60, Maroa-Forsyth 51. Megan Tool scored a game-high 21 points to propel the second-seeded Maroons to a semifinal win. Teammate Payton Bieber went 6 of 7 at the foul line and scored 14 points.
■ Danville First Baptist 40, Pekin Christian 10. Morgan Millikin’s 16 points boosted the Knights to a home victory.
■ Normal Community 46, Danville 36. Megan Burton scored 14 points for the Vikings.
In boys’ basketball
■ PBL 64, Blue Ridge 43. Weston Weber’s 14 points led a balanced attack that carried the Panthers to a home victory. Michael Plunk of the Knights scored all of his 18 points in the first three quarters.
■ Monticello 71, Argenta-Oreana 51. The host Sages overcame 28 points by A-O’s Keegan McHood. Nick Stokowski led Monticello with 19 points and seven rebounds. Noah Freemon scored 14 points for the Sages.
■ Shiloh 87, Martinsville 32. The host Raiders scored 79 points in the first three quarters. Andrew Donithan scored a game-high 25 points for Shiloh (17-6). Cyrus Furgeson sank five of the Raiders’ 11 three-pointers and finished with 17 points.
■ Ridgeview 70, Deer Creek-Mackinaw 40. William Tinsley scored all of his game-high 18 points on three-pointers to lead the Mustangs (20-3) to a home victory. Tyler McCormick contributed 12 points and four assists for Ridgeview.
■ Hoopeston Area 57, Bismarck-Henning 56. Brennan Crose scored 15 points and three teammates also reached double figures, helping the Cornjerkers edge the visiting Blue Devils. Wilde Garowski and Chase Connelly each scored 16 points for B-H.
■ Salt Fork 44, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 28. The Storm took command by outscoring the Buffaloes 9-2 in the third quarter en route to a road victory. Cole Taylor and Ross Learnard each scored 14 points for Salt Fork. Tyson Reed paced G-RF with 10 points.
■ Westville 37, Milford 29. Jeffery Thompson’s 14 points boosted the Tigers to a home win. Alex Portwood of Milford led all scorers with 15 points.
■ LeRoy 71, Iroquois West 45. The Panthers led 20-3 after one quarter and were never threatened in a home victory. Matt Chastain was 12 of 15 from the field and scored 26 points for LeRoy. Wesley Grant paced IW with 10 points.
■ Chrisman 67, Oakwood 42. Ty Bolen scored all of his game-high 25 points in the first three quarters, propelling the Cardinals to a road win. Kyle Girton and Skyler Slade each scored 12 points for the Comets.
■ STM 61, Fisher 49. The Sabers earned a home victory behind Mike Plecki’s 18 points and 16 apiece by Clavin Davis and Storm Joop. Kyle Williams led the Bunnies with 15 points.
■ GCMS 58, Watseka 55. Wiley Hasty’s 17 points boosted the Falcons to an overtime home win. Austin Hasselbring paced the Warriors with 18 points.
■ Mahomet-Seymour 65, Rantoul 49. Christian Romine produced a double-double (17 points, 14 rebounds) to lead the Bulldogs to a home win. Johnny Jones scored 20 points and Talon Hardin tallied 17 for the Eagles.
■ Cerro Gordo/Bement 69, Arcola 62. The Broncos pulled out a victory at Bement behind Connor Gross’ 19 points. Wyatt Fishel led the Purple Riders with 20 points.
■ Sullivan 71, Unity 69. The Redskins, led by Derrek Stain’s 21 points, won in overtime. Zack Thorson scored 22 points for Unity.
■ Decatur Lutheran 34, A-H 31. Cody Sebens scored 12 points for Atwood-Hammond, playing its final home game ever.