Lilly lines up Uni win
URBANA – Dan Lilly scored 25 points, hitting nine free throws in the fourth quarter to lead Uni High to a 52-45 boys' basketball win against Judah Christian on Tuesday.
Uni High trailed 13-10 after one quarter but took a 24-19 lead at half.
Seth Bull tied for the team lead with seven rebounds, matching Lilly's total, as the Illineks improved to 13-5.
Tony Riley led Judah with 18 points.
Urbana 58, Charleston 47. Javarius Gay scored 14 points, Larry Green had 11 and Laquan Grein added 10 for the host Tigers.
Urbana trailed 22-10 after the first quarter but outscored the Trojans 20-4 in the second quarter.
Unity 67, Clinton 52. Kyler McFall scored 23 points to lead the visiting Rockets. Dylan Sturgeon added 12 for Unity.
Aaron Ennis led Clinton with 21 points and Josh Wilson scored 12.
Mahomet-Seymour 54, Eureka 27. Ryan Ohl and Zach McClughen each scored 10 points to lead the visiting Bulldogs.
Salt Fork 69, Hoopeston Area 33. Joel Learnard scored 11 points, topping 1,000 for his career, to lead the host Storm.
The junior was one of three Salt Fork players with 11 points. Ryan Anderson and Josh Chandler also hit the mark.
Alan Leigh led Hoopeston Area with 14 points and Bradley Lawson added 11.
Westville 40, Bismarck-Henning 25. Jacob Gooch led the host Tigers with 11 points.
Tanner Ribbe had 10 points for B-H.
Chrisman 65, Armstrong-Potomac 45. Cody Owen scored 16 points, Shane Anderson had 12 and Wyatt Humrichous added 10 for the host Cardinals.
Brenton Isom led A-P with 18 points.
Oakwood 63, Milford 38. Casey Fletcher scored 17 points and John Garrett added 10 points for the Comets.
Georgetown-Ridge Farm 72, Schlarman 68. Korie Vire scored 22 points and the host Buffaloes had five players in double figures in the overtime win. Ryan Dieu had 13 points, Matt Hay and Alex Pratt scored 12 each and Keith Harper added 11 for G-RF.
Michael Batemen led Schlarman with 16 and Adam Pellegrini added 15.
First Baptist 54, DeLand-Weldon 39. First Baptist's Daniel Wells scored 21 points to go over 1,000 points in his career.
Monticello 61, Argenta-Oreana 37. Cale Huisinga led three Sages in double figures with 15 points. Clint Brubaker scored 14 and Reid Johnson added 10 for host Monticello. The Sages led 33-15 at halftime on the way to their 12th win of the season.
Chris Garner had 10 points for Argenta-Oreana.
St. Teresa 71, Tuscola 42. Cody Shelmadine scored nine points and Chase Little and Philip Meyer added eight each for the host Warriors.
Sullivan 57, Shelbyville 43. Jordan Marks scored 16 points and Chad Frerichs added 11 for visiting Sullivan.
Flanagan 59, Blue Ridge 47. Jack Plunk scored 12 points to lead the host Knights.
Grant Park 52, Iroquois West 49. Aaron Thomas scored 18 points and Brandon Fancher added 12 for the visiting Raiders.
In girls' basketball:
St. Thomas More 59, Heritage 30. Gina Hinders notched her 14th double-double of the season, helping the host Sabers to their 20th win.
Hinders had 14 points and 13 rebounds. Brittany Einck and Maggie Fitzgerald each scored 10 for St. Thomas More. The Sabers held Heritage to 10 points in the first three quarters.
Lindsey Nickelson scored 16 points for Heritage. She is one point away from 1,000 for her career.
Uni High 33, DeLand-Weldon 30. Emma Hoyer scored 18 points to lead the visiting Illineks. She was the only Illinek to score in double figures.
Brielle Jones and Mikayla Jones each scored 13 points for DeLand-Weldon. Brielle Jones had nine rebounds.
Villa Grove 33, Arcola 27. The host Blue Devils outscored Arcola 6-0 in overtime. Lizzy Smith led Villa Grove with nine points.
Bismarck-Henning 37, St. Joseph-Ogden 19. The host Blue Devils held the Spartans to six points in the second half.
Jessica Brito and Jeni Free each scored nine points for Bismarck-Henning. Bria Olson led St. Joseph-Ogden with 11.
Iroquois West 50, St. Anne 26. Riley Schroeder had 15 points and 10 rebounds for the host Raiders. Jen Cox added 10 points and five steals.
Argenta-Oreana 35, Monticello 34. Natalie Stoerger scored 12 points and Kandie Bloch added 10 for the Bombers in the Okaw Valley Confernce tournament. Karlie Harshbarger led the Sages with nine points.
CPCI 51, Hoopeston Area 36. Lauren Bauer had 16 points and 14 rebounds for the host Timberwolves. Taylor Redeker added 13 points. Lacey Simpson led Hoopeston Area with 11.
Shiloh 61, Martinsville 13. The host Raiders led Martinsville 30-6 at half. Taylor Hawkins led Shiloh with 14 points and Larissa Moses added 10.
At Rantoul. The Eagles dropped a pair of close matches, losing 40-36 to Mahomet-Seymour and 41-38 to Olympia.
Sunil Patel (119 pounds) and Isaiah Butts (130) scored pins against Mahomet-Seymour and Olympia.
Mahomet-Seymour took the final two matches to beat Normal University High 34-30.
At Fithian. Oakwood/Armstrong-Potomac got pins from Ashton Haton (102), Mikal Harden (152) and Clay Smith (171) in a 54-30 loss to North Vermillion (Ind.).
The visitors won seven matches by pin.
At Fairbury. Josh Smith (130), Andy Hoselton (152) and Chase Mowery (171) had pins for Prairie Central in a 41-28 loss to Pontiac. The Hawks had five pins in a 54-24 win against Eureka, with Tyler Farney (189) winning in 37 seconds.
At Veedersburg, Ind. Bismarck-Henning earned three pins but lost 54-22 to Fountain Central.
Cruz Robinson (145), Andrew Winkler (171) and Dakota Patton (189) had pins. Morgan Supergan (285) won a 10-0 decision.