Monday's prep highlights: Moses leads way for Shiloh

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Shiloh 44, Villa Grove 19. Larissa Moses scored a game-high 15 points for the visiting Raiders, who got 14 points from Shelby Smith.

The Blue Devils were paced by Courtney Helm, who scored 10 points.

Georgetown-Ridge Farm 43, Oakwood 31. Brittany Hay had a team-high 13 points to lead the visiting Buffaloes, who received 10 points from Catie Brandt.

The Comets, who trailed 23-10 at halftime, were led by Makenzie Baker's game-high 16 points.

Cerro Gordo 56, South Piatt 37. Kristie Krigbaum and Stephanie Shook each scored a game-high 13 points for the host Broncos, who led 32-17 at intermission.

Sabrina Hinton-Tucker and Elyse Harris each had eight points to pace the Wildcats.

Arionna Gant had 14 rebounds and three blocks for Cerro Gordo, which got six assists from Camille McRae and five steals from Krigbaum.

SJ-O 65, CPCI 28. Josey Fruhling had a game-high 27 points and nine rebounds for host St. Joseph-Ogden, which received 12 points from Hannah Graham.

Elizabeth Everingham contributed a game-high seven steals in the victory.

The Timberwolves received 10 points from Amanda Montgomery and eight points from Gabbi Jennings.

Clinton 65, Argenta-Oreana 55. Morgan Hickman scored 20 points and Haley Toohill 19 for the visiting Maroons, who also got 13 points from Megan Tool.

The Bombers, who led 24-23 at halftime, were paced by Kandie Bloch's 27 points and Hannah Millington's 23 points. Bloch also recorded 15 rebounds and seven blocks. Millington cleared 13 rebounds.

Schlarman 46, Milford 37. Janelle Marion and Laura Gross each scored 15 points for the visiting Hilltoppers, who got 13 points from Tanna Petersak.

Kinsey Knauth had 12 points and Samantha Wilken 11 for the Bearcats, who trailed 26-17 at intermission. Wilken also recorded 17 rebounds and four steals. Teammate Kylie Scherf tallied eight assists.

Gross added 21 rebounds and 10 blocks, and Marion had 13 rebounds.

Arcola 49, Heritage 43. Dallas McCormick scored a team-high 13 points for the host Hawks, who received nine points from Bailey Griffin.

Westville 53, Chrisman 37. Carson Richardson had a game-high 19 points and Danielle Gabehart added 18 for the visiting Tigers, who held the Cardinals to one point in the first quarter.

Chrisman, which trailed 28-11 at halftime, got a team-high 18 points from Sarah Ellis and 10 from Bridget Mattingly. Ellis also had six steals and seven rebounds, and teammate Melissa Pickett had five blocks.

Tri-County 55, A-L 46. Amber Meyer led three Titans in double figures with a game-high 18 points in the road contest. Kyla Skinner had 14 points and Autumn Meyer 13 in the victory.

Arthur-Lovington received 15 points apiece from Ashley Tabb and Sherelle Coller. Teammate Karly Goodman grabbed 16 rebounds.

GCMS 45, PBL 38. Angel Gaesser had a game-high 17 points, six rebounds and four steals for visiting Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley, which got nine points apiece from JAYMI Nettleton and Regan Romshek.

Paxton-Buckley-Loda received a team-high 13 points and 10 rebounds from Andi Lemley.

Rantoul 51, M-S 37. Hannah Wascher recorded a double-double (23 points, 19 rebounds) for the host Eagles, who got nine points from Hannah Cargo.

Mahomet-Seymour, which led 19-15 at halftime, received a team-high 12 points from Kristen Belyea.

A-P 48, Hoopeston Area 33. Brooke Markwalder had 15 points and five rebounds for visiting Armstrong-Potomac, which got 10 points and five boards from Erika Sieberns.

The Cornjerkers were led by Shelby Holzinger, who had nine points and nine rebounds. Erika Solis added eight points.

B-H 34, Salt Fork 23. Samantha Siddens scored eight points to lead a balanced scoring effort for host Bismarck-Henning, which got eight rebounds from Bailey Bryant and six steals from Emily Weinard.

The Storm was led by Hunter Marsh's eight points.

Monticello 49, Maroa-Forsyth 42. Tori Gadbury scored a team-high 14 points for the host Sages, who received 10 points from Sarah Foran and nine points from Elise Pontious.

Foran added seven rebounds and four steals, and teammate Sarah Wells contributed five steals and three assists.

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