McFall's big night lifts Unity

McFall's big night lifts Unity

PARIS – Kyler McFall scored 19 points to lead Unity past Paris 57-36 Tuesday night in prep basketball.

McFall hit three of Unity's six three-pointers. Patrick Mannon had 12 points and Austin Perry 10 for the Rockets.

Westville 66, Oakwood 44. The visiting Tigers got a game-high 22 points from Matt Maser. Brendon Severado added 18, Zach Davis 17 and Mitchell Bryant 10 for the Tigers.

Casey Fletcher and Adam Cundiff paced the Comets with 12 points apiece. Joe Garrett had 10.

Paxton-Buckley-Loda 59, Donovan 39. Dylan Overstreet's game-high 18 points powered the host Panthers. Brandon Heyen and Travis Wagner each added nine points for PBL.

Hoopeston Area 45, Bismarck-Henning 43. Jason Leigh scored 16 points for the visiting Cornjerkers.

Bement 43, Argenta-Oreana 26. Colin Auth had 26 points and the visiting Bulldogs limited A-O to five first-half points.

Clayton Creamer topped the Bombers with 11 points.

Kankakee 65, Rantoul 45. Joseph Perkins had 12 points and Shaquille White 11 in the Eagles' home defeat.

Schlarman 63, Armstrong-Potomac 38. Heath Goodwin led a balanced attack with 14 points as the Hilltoppers rolled on the road.

Brenton Isom scored 10 for the Trojans.

Salt Fork 53, Chrisman 41. Joel Learnard poured in 27 points and visiting Salt Fork powered to a 32-13 halftime lead.

Ryan Anderson chipped in 10 points for the Storm. Chris- man got 11 points from Cody Owen. Zack Parsons contributed 10.

Clinton 53, Ridgeview 48. C.J. Bundy's 14 points and 10 rebounds sparked the visiting Maroons. Aaron Ennis added 14 points and seven rebounds.

Bryan Jackson scored a game-high 19 for the Mustangs.

Heritage 51, Tuscola 48. Aaron Larson had 13 points as the Hawks edged away on the road.

Pat Yoakum scored 18 for the Warriors and Cody Shelmadine chipped in 15.

Olympia 66, Monticello 57. Cale Huisinga had 18 points and six rebounds but the Sages fell at home.

Adam Koncel collected 15 points and 11 rebounds for Monticello (3-1), while Clint Brubaker contributed 15 points and eight rebounds. Ben Palla distributed 11 assists.

In girls' basketball:

CPCI 46, Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley 41. Haley Dodd scored 13 of her game-high 14 points in the second half to propel the visiting Timberwolves. Jenna Heideman added 11 points.

Alison Cowell paced the Falcons with 13 points.

Heritage 58, Martinsville 24. Hilary Smith scored 13 points to lead four players in double figures as the Hawks won on the road.

Lindsey Nickelson and Shelby Reed each added 12 and Brooke Lannon chipped in 10.

St. Joseph-Ogden 34, Monticello 31. Rachael Graham's three-pointer with 2.6 seconds left lifted the host Spartans. St. Joseph-Ogden had to rally from a 20-10 halftime deficit.

Sammi Thompson led the Sages with 10 points and six rebounds. Karli Harshbarger added eight points and seven rebounds.

Ashley Whitney blocked a school-record 13 shots.

In wrestling:

At St. Joseph-Ogden. Lucas Gones, Orin Allen, Andy Bensyl, Cody Bohlen and Kenny Lindsey earned victories by fall as the Spartans downed Westville 42-29.

At Mahomet. Mahomet-Seymour defeated Olympia 50-20 behind pins by Tyler Moxley and Quinton Butsch.

At Fairbury. Devin Burlington, D.J. Morgan, Brian Roberts and Daniel Hartwig had pins to lead LeRoy to a 44-23 victory against Prairie Central.

At Fisher. Chet McClure, Dion Unzicker and Andrew Taylor earned victories by pin in Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley/Fisher's 65-12 win against Monticello.

Dylan Donner, Stephan Birt and Elliott McClure had wins by technical fall. Teammates Ross Brucker and Guy Kirby earned major decisions.

In swimming & diving:

At Champaign. Samuel Stewart won the 200-yard individual medley and 500 freestyle and Blake Lehmann added wins in the 50 free and 100 butterfly to lead Champaign Central past Danville 116-69.

At Bloomington. Blas Garcia-Canga won the 200 IM and 100 breaststroke to help Centennial clip Bloomington 92-89.

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