Brito, B-H remain unbeaten

BISMARCK – The Bismarck-Henning girls' basketball team rallied from a five-point deficit after three quarters to defeat Chrisman 43-35 on Thursday night and remain undefeated.

The Blue Devils (11-0) trailed 33-28 before outscoring the Cardinals 15-2 in the final period. Jessica Brito led B-H with 18 points.

Brooke Wolfe and Paige Thevenin scored 15 and 14 points, respectively, for the Cardinals.

Shiloh 72, A-L 28. Unbeaten Shiloh built a 42-7 first-half lead in cruising at home against Arthur-Lovington.

Lindsey Ross scored a game-high 20 points for the Raiders (11-0). Taylor Hawkins (11) and Lauren Bogle (10) also reached double figures in the win. Myranda Tabb sank three three-pointers and scored 18 points for A-L.

GCMS 41, Blue Ridge 38. Shannon Zimmerman and Alison Cowell combined for 21 points, leading Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley to a home victory. Melinda Wilson and Devin Houser scored 14 points apiece for Blue Ridge.

Tremont 59, Fisher 49. After building a nine-point lead through three quarters, Fisher was outscored 25-6 in the final period and lost at home. Savannah Piety led the Bunnies (7-4) with 23 points, six rebounds, six assists and three steals.

Tuscola 54, Central A&M 46. Lindsay Troike scored 18 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, leading Tuscola to a home victory. Taylor Kauffman added 12 points, all in the second half, for the Warriors.

W-L 55, Unity 53. Aeriel Fender's 22 points and 13 rebounds weren't enough to keep Unity from losing in overtime to visiting Warrensburg-Latham. Dani Gooch had 16 points and seven assists for the Rockets (10-3). Bailey Walden grabbed 10 rebounds in the loss.

A-O 39, Shelbyville 26. Argenta-Oreana, which trailed by three points at halftime, outscored Shelbyville 23-7 in the second half to pull away to a road victory. Kandie Bloch scored a game-high 14 points for the Bombers, while Jenna Allen and Natalie Stoerger added nine points apiece.

LeRoy 53, Heyworth 39. LeRoy outscored Heyworth 31-16 in the second half to pull away to a home victory. Ashley Walker led the Panthers with 19 points, while Molly Marcum contributed 16. Marcum also had nine rebounds and three blocks.

Arcola 40, CG 38. Arcola won for the first time this season behind 11 points apiece from Cara Edwards and Katy Karmazinas. Taylor Thomas racked up nine rebounds for the Purple Riders (1-8), while Edwards added seven boards.

A-P 42, Oakwood 39. Armstrong-Potomac outscored Oakwood 28-13 in the middle two quarters and fought off a Comet comeback to win at home. Kourtney Newell and Jessica Asbury each scored 12 points for the Trojans (4-8). Kara Carter contributed 12 rebounds to the win and Asbury added eight boards. Amy Martin of Oakwood scored a game-high 22 points.

In boys' basketball:

At the Leader Classic:

– PBL 42, Westville 41. Dylan Overstreet's three-point play with 5.3 seconds left lifted Paxton-Buckley-Loda to victory at St. Joseph. Brandon Heyen scored a game-high 17 points for the Panthers.

Matt Maser (11) and Jacob Gooch (10) scored in double figures for Westville.

– Chrisman 77, Clinton 52. Shane Anderson and Cody Owen combined for 43 points – all in the first three quarters – to propel the Cardinals to victory. Anderson sank four three-pointers and finished with 23 points.

C.J. Bundy led Clinton with 15 points.

In nontournament action:

A-O 49, Decatur Lutheran 36. Dylan Sutherland scored all of his game-high 14 points in the first three quarters, leading Argenta-Oreana to a home victory. Chris Garner contributed 13 points to the win.

In wrestling:

Normal West 49, Urbana 22. Chad Blaney (215 pounds) and Cam Mammen (160) recorded pins for the Tigers in a Big 12 road defeat. Teammate Jerae Murphy (140) won by major decision.

At Normal. Josh Smith (130), Chase Mowery (171) and Tyler Farney (189) won by pin to lead Prairie Central to a 48-30 victory against Normal University High. Mowery and Farney also had pins in the Hawks' 52-24 victory against Rantoul. Taylor Duitsman (103), Isaiah Butts (135) and Lamont Miller (140) won by pinfall for the Eagles.

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