BIG Dipper - Day 1
Seton 67 - Tinley Park 62
Seniors Chris Oliver fueled the comback knocking down 26 points, 17 boards and 8 "get outta here's" followed by Kenny Stevenson who added 15, and Khameron Harper with 11.
Gerald Dorsey led the Titans with 18 points.
The Sting will face Thornton Monday afternoon.
Hales 86 - Rich Central 40
"I just tried to bring a spark off the bench," said Miller, who scored a game-high 24 points. "The whole morning I was imitating LeBron (James) and I decided to do it because I seen him do it yesterday (against the Lakers)."
Miller finished the contest with 24.
The Spartans were not done. In the second half, they kept the gas smashed to the floor jumping out to as much as a 47 points lead- 78-31.
"We looked really sharp right from the beginning," coach Gary London said. "We moved the ball around good and our defense created our offense."
The Stars high scorer was Deji Ibitayo with 9.
Richards 56 - Lincoln Park 57
Johnnie Holmes kept the Bulldogs close with several from downtown, but in the end senior guard Greg Tucker was just too much finished the contest with 18 and tying the game at 43 in the fourth with only 45 seconds in the quarter.
Mike Gabriel and Demarco Nash both added 10 for the Lions to advance and play Rich South Monday at 830p
Rich South 72 – Fenger 33
The second half the Stars were shining bright running 36 points to the Titans 16 to advance to play Lincoln Park Monday night at 830p.
Thornton 67 – Rich East 45
The Wildcats (7-2) used an 11-0 run to start the second quarter and take a 28-12 lead against the Rockets.
The Wildcats had three players with double digits including Marquette bound Reggie Smith led the Cats’ with 19, followed by Brian Greene who had 13, and senior guard Jay Parker with 11.
Rich East scored just 11 points in the second quarter, as well as the third.
Thornton will face Class 2A champs Seton Monday night at 530p.
Bolingbrook 55 – Marian Catholic 50
Big man Brian Gates knocked down consecutive in the paint lay-ups to move the needle for the team. He finished the game with 18 points. Dominic Jackson followed his lead and began knocking down his shots.
The Spartans got the game within 5 coming down the
stretch, but the Raiders proved to be too much in this contest controlling the clock and ball in the forth to advance with a victory of 55-50.
This explains why after the game, Bolingbrook's coach, Rob Brost, put up a message on the chalkboard which said "Don't expect to be very good if lapses like this continue."
Bolingbrook had four starters in double digits including Delorean Weatherall and LaTree Russell both had 14 points; Antione Cox had 13 points; and Ryan Walker had 12 points.
Brian Gates led all Raiders with 14 points.
The Raiders will face Hales Monday at 4pm.
Leo 54 - Bloom Township 51
Christopher Lockhart led all scorers with 21 points, while teammate Isaac Smith added 13.
Crete-Monee 79 - Shepard 53
James Crockett had a good showing in his first game from his ankle injury scoring 13.
Bernard Burnette led Shepard with 14 points.
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