Monday's prep highlights: Watseka's Cramer pours in 44 points

Monday's prep highlights: Watseka's Cramer pours in 44 points

In boys' basketball

Central Illinois Conference Tournament

Warrensburg-Latham 58, Sullivan 44. The Redskins lost in the consolation semifinals at Tuscola. Josh Stutzman had a team-high 11 points — all in the second half — to lead Sullivan (7-13), which will play Central A&M at 6 p.m. on Wednesday in the seventh-place game.

In girls' basketball

Argenta-Oreana 63, Arthur-Lovington-Atwood-Hammond 55. The visiting Bombers received 17 points from Lydia Hays and 13 points from Maggie Millington as part of a balanced scoring night for the Bombers (10-15) in a Little Okaw Valley Northwest win. Marissa Herschberger scored 23 points for the Knights (11-12).

Arthur Okaw Christian 46, Bloomington Cornerstone 24. The visiting Conquering Riders (17-6) received 19 points from Lyla Kauffman, 13 points, nine rebounds and six steals from Lillian Messmore and eight points from Savanna Spitz in an East Central Illinois Conference win. Lindsey Mast chipped in with nine assists for AOC, which led 24-14 at halftime.

Bismarck-Henning/Rossville-Alvin 48, Salt Fork 46. The host Blue Devils outlasted the Storm to pull through with a Vermilion Valley Conference overtime win. Emily Meidel dropped in a game-high 24 points for BHRA (23-6) and Hunter Edwards contributed nine points. Madison Kirby topped the scoring column for Salt Fork (15-13) with 23 points on the strength of five three-pointers.

Cerro Gordo/Bement 45, Arcola 42. The host Broncos (7-15) overcame a 14-7 deficit at the end of the first quarter and picked up a Little Okaw Valley Northwest win behind 14 points from Hannah Foran and 10 points from Ella Mann. KayLee Hohlbauch paced the Purple Riders (6-19) with 21 points.

Cissna Park 51, Dwight 31. The host Timberwolves used a strong third quarter, outscoring the Trojans 18-5, to register a Sangamon Valley Conference win. Gabby Wessels poured in a game-high 23 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in the final home of her Cissna Park career. Jasmine Stock and Anna Jennings added eight points for the Timberwolves (19-8).

Deer Creek-Mackinaw 40, Blue Ridge 17. Macy Baird accounted for nearly half of Blue Ridge's scoring total by depositing eight points, but the visiting Knights (4-22) lost a Heart of Illinois Conference game.

El Paso-Gridley 37, LeRoy 28. The host Panthers only trailed 13-11 at halftime, but couldn't overcome that deficit in the second half during an HOIC loss. Molly White had a team-high six points for LeRoy (6-18), while Danielle Hanshew contributed five points, six rebounds and five assists.

Eureka 51, Ridgeview 35. Kelly Jones had a team-high 15 points, but the host Mustangs fell in HOIC action. Stacia Landry added eight points for Ridgeview (19-8).

Heyworth 55, Fisher 27. The visiting Bunnies trailed 15-6 at the end of the first quarter and couldn't catch up in an HOIC setback. Becca Clanton (12 points) and Sidney Hood (seven points) paced Fisher (12-15).

Hoopeston Area 32, Armstrong-Potomac 28. The host Cornjerkers rallied from a 24-20 deficit to start the fourth quarter to earn a VVC win. Lexie Breymeyer led Hoopeston Area (9-18) with eight points, while Hope Hambleton scored 13 points for A-P (10-14).

Paxton-Buckley-Loda 53, Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley 37. The host Panthers (17-7) beat their nonconference rivals behind 15 points from Liberty Jamison and 12 points from Mackenzie Bruns. Claire Retherford had 14 points to lead GCMS (14-12).

Monticello 64, Unity 27. On the same day Zanna Myers signed a letter of intent to play at Olivet Nazarene, the Sages' senior scored a game-high 21 points to reach 1,000 career points at Monticello. Tatum McCall (15 points) and Emily Wilson (nine points) were key pieces for Monticello (17-4) in the Illini Prairie Conference win. Elyce Knudsen scored a team-high 13 points for the Rockets (9-15).

Normal U-High 45, Champaign Central 31. Chanice Willis tallied a team-high nine points for the Maroons (8-16) in a road nonconference loss.

Oakwood 57, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 3. Katelyn Young (18 points), Brenna Durst (13 points) and Shaelyn Turner (nine points) powered the Comets (25-2) to a VVC win, their 10th straight victory.

St. Thomas More 52, Rantoul 39. The host Sabers recorded their 10th consecutive victory with an IPC triumph. Hayes Murray sank a trio of three-pointers in the third quarter en route to 13 points, while Kaia Bowen (10 points) and NaKaya Hughes (nine points) each had significant contributions for STM (15-9). Myejoi Williams scored a game-high 15 points and Emma Mihaly made three three-pointers to finish with nine points for the Eagles (3-21).

Schlarman 85, Milford 32. Capria Brown (19 points, six rebounds), Janiah Newell (19 points, five assists) and Anaya Peoples (15 points, nine assists, eight rebounds and eight steals) lifted the visiting Hilltoppers to a VVC win, which allowed Schlarman (25-1) to clinch a share of the league title. Brittney Bailey led Milford (12-12) with eight points.

Tri-County 64, Hutsonville/Palestine 23. The Titans rolled to a Little Okaw Valley Southeast road win, jumping out to a 25-1 lead at the end of the first quarter. Harley Barry (12 points, seven steals, five assists) keyed the eighth straight win for Tri-County (22-4), while Kiersten Price-Wilson also finished with 12 points.

Uni High 25, Normal Calvary 13. Macheila Anderson scored a game-high 11 points to lead the host Illineks (7-15.

Watseka 77, Tri-Point 44. Summer Cramer was unstoppable for the host Warriors, setting a single-game scoring record with 44 points. The senior guard drained seven three-pointers and had 37 points through three quarters. Cramer's production broke the previous record of 40 set by Rachel Raymond in 2004. Mallory Drake contributed 21 points for the Warriors (26-1), who tied the school record for wins in a season with this nonconference triumph.

Westville 48, Chrisman 25. The visiting Tigers (12-16) trailed 14-11 at the end of the first quarter, but outscored Chrisman 31-11 in the decisive second and third quarters to pick up a VVC win. Hallee Watters scored a team-high nine points for the Cardinals (5-20).

Matt Daniels