Prep Highlights: Houpt, Hall lead Vikings to title

Prep Highlights: Houpt, Hall lead Vikings to title

In girls' basketball

Paris North American Lighting Tournament

Danville 54, Paris 47. Erin Houpt drained six three-pointers and finished with a game-high 30 points to spark Danville to the tournament championship. Mikala Hall also chipped in for the Vikings (4-0) with 17 points.

Danville 58, Rockville (Ind.) 35. Houpt had a game-high 19 points, Hall scored 13 points and Jalae Parker added 11 points for the Vikings in their semifinal win.

Centennial 61, Eisenhower 49. The Chargers (1-2) picked up their first win thanks to a game-high 30 points from Amia Wright in the fifth-place game. Shoentera Russell complemented Wright's big game with 14 points.

Prairie Central Turkey Tournament

Eureka 55, Mahomet-Seymour 40. M-S led 26-24 at halftime, but the Bulldogs (3-1) suffered their first loss of the season despite 13 points and eight rebounds from Erin Lenschow. Amanda Franklin chipped in eight points and Kailyn Northrup contributed seven points.

Moline 47, Prairie Central 26. A slow start didn't help out the host Hawks, who trailed 23-8 at halftime. Becca Conlisk and Olivia Weber each had eight points for Prairie Central (0-3).Galesburg Thanksgiving TournamentSchlarman 54, Springfield 49. Capria Brown tallied 15 points, while Anaya Peoples and Janiah Newell each compiled 11 points to help the Hilltoppers to the win. Peoples added seven steals and six assists, with Sydney Gouard narrowly missing a double-double (nine points, nine rebounds).

Schlarman 72, East Peoria 29. The Hilltoppers (3-0) kept their perfect start intact with a convincing win in their second game on Saturday.

McDonald's Oakwood Comet Classic

Tri-County 62, Hoopeston Area 19. The Titans received 13 points and eight steals from Maiya Eskew in the win. Elizabeth Tomlinson and Kiersten Price-Wilson each finished with nine points. Ariel Reeves had a team-high 12 points for the Cornjerkers.

Chrisman 32, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 28. Hannah Mitchell scored a team-high eight points for the Cardinals (2-1), while teammates Sam Lindsey and Hallee Watters each added seven points to help Chrisman erase a 17-11 halftime deficit. Ashlee LaGrand dropped in a team-high 10 points for G-RF.

Hoopeston Area 33, Uni High 17. Reeves, Shelby Symmonds, Breanna Martin and Alisyn Watson each scored six points to lead a balanced scoring effort and give the Cornjerkers (1-2) their first win of the season. Macheila Anderson, Sarah Hashash and Ellie Breen all had four points apiece for the Illineks (1-3).

Tri-County 66, Blue Ridge 7. The Titans held Blue Ridge scoreless during the final three quarter, cruising to their second win of the day. Grace Burnside compiled a double-double (14 points, 10 steals) to lead Tri-County (4-0).

Westville 56, Judah Christian 46. Emily Jordan scored all 16 of her points in the first half and Jasman Severado scored 10 of her 16 points in the second half to propel the Tigers past the Tribe. Tiffanie Elliott added 10 points for Westville, which held off a late rally. Tory Clevenger (15 points) and Emma Fleming (14 points) paced the Tribe (1-2).

Oakwood 41, Blue Ridge 7. The Comets (4-0) only allowed one point in the second half and cruised to the win behind a game-high 14 points from Brenna Durst and 13 points from Katelyn Young.

Westville 44, Rantoul 38. The Tigers (2-1) pulled away thanks to 15 points from Jordan and 12 points from Aiyana Austin. Faith Johnson led Rantoul with 12 points.

Cissna Park Tip-Off Classic

Milford 43, Clifton Central 24. Emily Duis notched a game-high 13 points and made seven steals to spark Milford.

Watseka 63, Tri-Point 35. Summer Cramer sparked Watseka with 15 points and Mallory Drake reached double figures with 10 points as the Warriors burst out to a 23-5 lead after the first quarter and never looked back.

Armstrong-Potomac 50, Wilmington 19. Hope Hambleton drained three three-pointers en route to a game-high 12 points for A-P (2-2), which held Wilmington to only five points combined in the first and third quarters. Nicole Sprague and Kayla Roe each wound up with nine points for the Trojans.

Bismarck-Henning/Rossville-Alvin 44, Milford 27. Annie Nelson and Emily Meidel both scored 14 points as the Blue Devils steadily pulled away from the Bearcats. Kaylee Warren led Milford (2-2) with 10 points.

Cissna Park 44, Momence 28. Gabby Wessels (11 points, five rebounds, four assists) and Sloan Boyce (10 points) carried the Timberwolves, who led throughout.

Watseka 49, Bismarck-Henning/Rossville-Alvin 35. Magan Harris scored a team-high 18 points for the Warriors (4-0) as Watseka went into halftime ahead 26-7. Meidel tallied a game-high 22 points for BHRA (3-1).