High School/Local College Sports Roundup for Nov. 17, 2012
November 17, 2012 9:40PM
Oak Lawn 60, Joliet West 38: Jenae Rowe scored 14 points for Joliet West (1-2) in the final game of the round-robin event.
No. 10 Peotone 49, Shepard 20: Kayla Paeth had 12 points in guiding Peotone (4-0) to the Black Pool championship.
No. 6 Coal City 55, Beecher 23: Emily Halliday (17 points) and Nicole Borgetti (14) directed Coal City (2-1) to a second-place showing in the Orange Pool.
Tinley Park 56, No. 6 Coal City 43: Donjeta Shabani netted 14 points for Coal City in the second round.
No. 10 Peotone 47, Illiana Christian 18: Brittney Campione scored 10 points to lead Peotone.
Benet/Naperville Central Tournament
Metea Valley 53, No. 5 Providence 38: Alex Shermulis and Mary Fashingbauer had nine points apiece for Providence (1-2) in the second round.
Lincoln-Way Central Tournament
Lincoln-Way Central 49, Chicago Christian 28: Autumn Schultz scored 12 points and grabbed seven rebounds to guide Lincoln-Way Central (2-0) in the opening round.
Plainfield North 54, Lincoln-Way West 52: Carlie Corrigan’s 22 points sparked Plainfield North in its season opener. Amanda Hozzian had a game-high 23 points for Lincoln-Way West (0-2).
No. 1 Bolingbrook 60, Washington (Ill.) 23: Aysia Bugg scored a game-high 21 points for Bolingbrook (4-0) in the championship.
No. 9 Joliet Catholic 82, Pontiac 55: Jasmine Lumpkin and Nicole Ekhomu each scored 22 points for Joliet Catholic (3-1) in the third-place game.
Prairie Ridge Tournament
Peoria Central 45, Morris 35: Morris (1-3) closed the tournament with a loss.
No. 2 Romeoville 61, Guilford 32: Kiera Currie posted 13 points and 12 rebounds for Romeoville (3-0) in the third-round contest.
Plainfield Central 64, Joliet Central 59: Nicole Pease totaled 24 points and Jane Obradovich added 12 in pacing Plainfield Central (1-2).
Lockport 50, Lemont 30: Naomi Mayes contributed 20 points for Lockport (2-1). Courtney Toth had eight points for Lemont (1-3).
West Aurora/Waubonsie Valley Tournament
No. 8 Minooka 39, Waubonsie Valley 21: Larissa McLemen racked up 10 points for Minooka (1-1) in the first round.
No. 4 Plainfield East 75, St. Joseph 42: Faith Suggs (8 rebounds) and Nikia Edom netted 18 points apiece for Plainfield East (4-0) in the third round. Nina Maggio chipped in 12 points and five steals for the Bengals.
Plainfield North Invitational: Plainfield Central had a six-game pinfall total of 6,279 in winning first place at AMF Bolingbrook Lanes. Romeoville (6,251) was second, followed by Oswego (6,236), Lockport (6,066) and Minooka (6,044). Lincoln-Way West’s Josh Glover (1,442) was the individual runner-up, his total including a perfect 300 score in the second game. Plainfield Central’s Bryan Blair (1,351) took third and Romeoville’s Dakota Vostry (1,348) came in fourth.
Men’s Cross Country
NAIA National Championships: St. Francis (138 points) won its first national title ever by finishing atop the 31-team field in Vancouver, Wash. The Saints were led by Phil Rizzo, who finished eighth after navigated the 8-kilometer course in 25 minutes, 44 seconds. Mike Blaszczyk (25:10) and Brandon Carson (25:11) were 23rdth and 24th, respectively, for St. Francis.
NCAA Division II National Championships: Lewis’ Andrew McLain (31:35.5) finished 106th in the 10-kilometer race in Joplin, Mo. Alaska-Anchorage’s Micah Chelimo (28.56.6) was the individual champion, while Adams State (34), from Alamosa, Colo., captured the team title.
Lewis 75, Wayne State (Mich.) 71: Labrenthia Murdock scored 17 points to guide visiting Lewis (3-0).
St. Francis 61, Judson 47: Kate Gonnering accumulated 26 points and 13 rebounds for host St. Francis (2-3, 2-2) in the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference.
Women’s Cross Country
NAIA National Championships: Hilary Halford (18:21) was 17th in the 5-kilometer contest in leading St. Francis (318) to a 12-place showing among the 31 teams in Vancouver, Wash.
Great Lakes Valley Tournament
Lewis 22-22-25-25-15, Missouri A&T 25-25-21-21-9: Jen Krumwiede contributed 19 kills and 17 digs for Lewis (26-9) in the semifinal in Indianapolis.
Contributing: Josh Krockey