Monday's highlights: Girls' basketball tips off

In girls’ basketball

Prairie Central Turkey Tourney

■ Prairie Central 61, Flanagan-Cornell-Woodland 37.
Laura Crane scored 22 points the first three quarters, and Kiana Coomber had nine of her 20 points in the fourth quarter to lead the host Hawks. Emily Shiflett added 10 points for PC, which led 35-16 at the break.


Riverton Early Bird Review

■ Clinton 50, Williamsville 38.
Megan Tool had 21 points and Payton Bieber also scored in double figures (10) to lead the Maroons, who led 27-17 at halftime.

Lady Falcon & Bunnies Tip-Off Classic

■ St. Joseph-Ogden 38, Villa Grove/Heritage 29.
Aysia Jacobs’ 12 points powered the Spartans, which used a 9-3 second-quarter spurt to pull away. SJ-O also got six points apiece from Emily Dunlap and Alyssa Beals. The Blue Devils were led by 11 points from Alix Ezell.

■ Fisher 54, Centennial JV 13. Kelcie Fredrickson’s 12 points and five steals led the host Bunnies, who led 38-5 at halftime. Hannah Varner added six points and seven rebounds for Fisher. Faith Ayodele led the Chargers with eight points.

■ Iroquois West 42, GCMS 28. Morgan Small (17) and Andrea Fuoss (10 points, 10 rebounds) scored in double figures for the Raiders in Gibson City. Mikayla Baillie had 12 points to pace the Falcons.

TIMBERWOLF TIP-OFF

■ Bismarck-Henning 42, Clifton Central 28.
Lindsey Andrews scored eight of B-H’s first 10 points, finishing with 16 in a Blue Devils runaway. Addie Voyles added eight points, and Maddie Winkler and Jessica Hall scored seven apiece for B-H, which pulled away with a 23-13 advantage after halftime.

■ Kankakee 37, Milford 22. Erin McNally led the way with six points, but the Timberwolves were held to three points in the second quarter.

■ Armstrong-Potomac 31, Cissna Park 26. Rachel Miles, Morgan Zindars and Johann Bruens each scored four points apiece in the fourth quarter as the Trojans rallied from a 20-18 deficit. Bruens had a team-high 10 points, and Zindars added eight points. Miles finished with five points. The Timberwolves were led by Addy Stoller’s 12 points.

Nontournament

■ Danville First Baptist 42, Decatur Christian 30.
Mattie  Bumpus (12 points) and Ashley Greazer (11) hit double figures in scoring to lead DFB, which outscored DCS 33-20 after the first quarter. Morgan Millikin chipped in nine points.

■ Judah Christian 48, Cornerstone Christian 29. Kristina Lee scored 17 of her 21 points after halftime and also had nine steals for the Tribe. Leslee Chambers added 12 points and six assists in the win. Judah led 16-5 after the first quarter.

■ Arcola 63, Argenta-Oreana 34. Taylor Edwards and Samantha Reece had double-doubles to lead the Purple Riders to a dominating home victory. Edwards had 20 points and 13 rebounds, and Reece chipped in 13 points and 11 boards. Klaire Karmazinas added eight points for Arcola, which led by six at halftime. Four players scored at least six points for the Bombers, led by nine from Katelyn Mullins.

■ Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond 46, Meridian 26. Sherelle Coller nailed four three-pointers en route to 15 points, and Elyse Harris added nine points for the host Lancers, who trailed 8-7 after the first quarter.

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