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by Prez Ro
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ASNN - The bouncing ball can be heard again in high school gymnasiums throughout the area with hopes of going downstate in four months.  The season got off to a quick start for several teams including Oak Forest, who snuck by Rich South 51-39.

The Stars and the Bengals opened their season for the fourth time facing each other. This game demonstrated the tales of two halves... In the first half, the aggressive, fast-play of Rich South allowed them to jump out to an early lead of 29-22. Senior center Colleen Sherwood sparked the Bengals in the third with a 12-0 run including three easy baskets in the paint. Sherwood finished with 12 points, 8 boards and 4 blocks. Her efforts proved to get other players involved including the 5'6" junior guard Katie Swanson who finished with the game high 16 points.

Rich South's DeAsia Garrett, part of the twin guard play, had the teams' high score with 12.

Other opening night (Monday) winners included
De La Salle 68, King 53
Kiara Carter led De La Salle with 21 points and JaVonna Smith also scored 15.

Lincoln-Way North 61, Plainfield North 38
Erynn Schuh scored 21 points to lead Lincoln-Way North. Emily Jenkins also chipped in 15 points.

Marshall 64, Bowman Academy (Ind.) 34
Shantiera Miller scored 21 points and Marquiesha Coleman added 19 more to lead Marshall.

Seton 64, Holy Trinity 28
Ebony Bailey, Brittani Rhodes and Tiffany Ellis each had nine points for Seton.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16

Homewood-Flossmoor 65, Downers Grove North 48
Jailyn Norris had 24 points and five steals while Charnelle Reed had 20 points, seven rebounds and eight assists for Homewood-Flossmoor.

Hyde Park 44, Lindblom 38
TK Weathersby had 14 points and 10 rebounds to lead Hyde Park (1-0). Paris Bradley had 14 points and eight boards and Katherine Harris also scored 14 and dished eight assists.

Morgan Park Academy 56, Christian Liberty 38
Kiera Morris led Morgan Park Academy (1-0) with 19 points.

Shepard 37, Chicago Christian 31
Raynisha Dent had 15 points, seven rebounds and seven steals for Shepard (1-0). Jamila McClinton added 10 points and six rebounds.

Thornwood 48, Bremen 23
Dorothy Taylor scored 12 points and had 14 rebounds for Thornwood.

Trinity 49, Oak Park 36
Megan Podkowa had 16 points, seven rebounds and eight steals for Trinity. Tarika Linzy scored 11 and Alyssa Dengler had nine.

Sweet 16 Tournament
Marian Catholic 62, Lincoln-Way East 54

Naperville Central 60, Providence 51
Emily Persak had 11 points and Cassidy Glenn scored 10 for Providence.

Benet 80, St. Ignatius 76 (4 OT)
Sidney Prasse had 16 points to lead Benet. Kelly Niccoli had a game-high 24 for St. Ignatius.

Bradley-Bourbonnais 39, Herscher 34
Chelsea Smothers had 13 points, Sarah Klimchek scored 11 and Kayla Ives had seven rebounds for Bradley.

Hinsdale South 55, Lemont 50
Toni Romiti made eight 3-pointers on her way to 29 points to lead Hinsdale South.

Oak Lawn 52, Queen of Peace 33
Kelly Foley had 20 points and Bridget Niemiec had 13 points for Oak Lawn (1-0).

Reavis 55, Kennedy 21
Amanda Raschke had 19 points to lead Reavis. Bannon Doyle scored 11 for Kennedy in the loss.

Regina 45, Lake Forest 31
Victoria Casteneda scored 14 points to lead Regina in her varsity contest.

St. Benedict 77, St. Gregory 13
Alexis Genge had 28 points and eight rebounds for St. Benedict. Her sister Amanda had 21 points and eight rebounds.

Argo Tournament
Argo 50, Chicago Academy 29
Crystal Bell had 19 points, six rebounds and five assists for Argo. Nariman Jaber added nine rebounds and three blocks.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17
GIRLS BASKETBALL
Mother McAuley 55, Bogan 52
Molly Stasaitis scored nine of her 13 points in the fourth quarter for Mother McAuley.

Richards 49, Ag. Science 26
Hannah Jenkins scored a team-high 14 points to lead Richards.

Thornton 51, Reavis 40
Thornton's Ashley Sneed led the way with 32 points.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18
GIRLS BASKETBALL

Homewood-Flossmoor 65, Hillcrest 61
Charnelle Reed scored 23 and Sydni Johnson and Ashley Collins each had 14 points for Homewood-Flossmoor. Samirah Ali led Hillcrest with 15 points.

Rich South 39, Lincoln-Way West 38
DeAsia Garrett hit a three-pointer with five seconds remaining to give Rich South the win. She finished with 16 points. Kiela Garner had 11 points, 11 rebounds and four steals in the win.

Marshall 49, New Trier 47 (OT)
Marshall's Brianna Walker had game-winning layup with 6 seconds left in overtime.

Providence 65, Rich East 41
Cassidy Glenn scored 12 points and had 10 rebounds and Emily Persak had 10 points and 11 rebounds for Providence (1-1).

Fenwick 78, Oak Park 38
Sarah Williams led Fenwick with 15 points and four assists. Kathleen Roach also scored 14 points in the win.


St. Benedict 57, Hope Academy 12
Heather Obmann's 21 points powered the offense for St. Benedict (2-0). Amanda Genge chipped in 12 points and six steals.

Andrew Tournament
Andrew 54, Joliet West 32
Molly Franson scored 14 points and Nicole Botich added 13 to lead Andrew to the win.

Rich South 66, Oak Lawn 54
Chaz Duson scored 30 points and Alexandra Stanford had 15 to lead Rich Central. Oak Lawn's Bridget Niemiec had 14 points in the loss.

Bobby Bolton Classic at Richards
Lincoln-Way East 51, Curie 30
Meaghan McMahon had 13 points to lead Lincoln-Way East. Caelynn Allen Manning scored 12 for Curie.

T.F. South 48, Evergreen Park 36
Megan Majors scored 12 points and Kaila Doby and Dominique Brooks each had 11 for T.F. South.

Pontiac Tournament
Morgan Park 83, LaSalle-Peru 20
Kendyl Nunn had 19 points to lead Morgan Park.

Romeoville Tournament
Lemont 34, Lockport 25
Lemont's Brenna Koerner was the game's leading scorer with 14 points.

Lincoln Park 69, Plainfield Central 39
Lincoln Park outrebounded Central 48 to 30 in the win. Central's Brigid Hanley had 26 points in the loss.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19
FOOTBALL
CATHOLIC LEAGUE FINALS
Fenwick 7, Brother Rice 3

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Lincoln-Way East 46, T.F. South 28
Tess Madden had 15 points and Taylor Johnson scored 12 as Lincoln-Way East improved to 2-1.

Minooka 55, Lincoln-Way Central 24
Minooka's Stephanie Furr had 25 points including two three-pointers during a 10-0 run to open the second quarter. Ashley Clemmons added 10 in the season-opening win for the Indians.

Payton 53, Noble Street 20
Hayley Pienton scored a team-high 12 points for Payton (2-0).

Andrew 59, Oak Lawn 30
Tiana Karopulos scored eight of her 14 points in the first quarter for Andrew. Shannon Clark also had 12 points in the win.

Rich Central 74, Joliet West 50
Rich Central (2-0) was led by Chaz Duson with 20 points and 12 rebounds and Alex Stanford with five points and 10 assists.

Bartlett 71, Oak Forest 41
Jacki Gulczynski had 19 points and Kristen Conniff scored 12 to lead Bartlett (1-0).

Joliet Catholic 60, Ottawa 44
Meghan Novak had a team-high 17 points for Joliet Catholic (2-1) and Vanessa Owusu also scored 14 in the win.

Lincoln-Way East 46, T.F. South 28
Tess Madden had 15 points and Taylor Johnson scored 12 as Lincoln-Way East improved to 2-1.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20
GIRLS BASKETBALL

GIRLS GALAXY TOURNAMENT AT RICH SOUTH
Bishop McNamara 65, Thornwood 21
Belinda Schaafsma scored 18 points and Erika Tatum added 16 for Bishop McNamara (1-0).

Bloom 50, Lincoln-Way North 38
Angenay Williams scored 17 points to lead Bloom.

Chicago Christian 35, Thornwood 30

Hillcrest 81, Rich East 37
Jasmine Sanders scored 17 points and Jahmia Phillips had 13 for Hillcrest.

Lincoln-Way North 59, Rich East 26

Rich South 68, Chicago Christian 21
Jasmine Collins had 14 points and Jasmine Borwn and Kiela Garner each had 10 for Rich South.

Chicago Christian 35, Thornwood 30
Lindsey Norway had 13 points and Decky DeRuiter added 12 points for Chicago Christian.

Lincoln-Way North 59, Rich East 26
Emily Jenkins had 22 points and 13 rebounds to lead Lincoln-Way North. Ashley Weringa had 15 points in the win.

ANDREW TOURNAMENT
Andrew 52, Rich Central 51
Tiana Karopulos and Lauren Mangin each had 11 points for Andrew. Molly Franson added eight points and 13 rebounds. Chaz Duson led Rich Central with 16 points.

Oak Lawn 54, Joliet West 51

BEECHER TOURNAMENT
Beecher 43, Bremen 32
Beecher 37, Coal City 34
Bradley-Bourbonnais 34, Coal City 27
Bradley-Bourbonnais 33, Bremen 25
Eisenhower 77, St. Anne 31
Illiana Christian 45, Eisenhower 29
Peotone 49, Illiana Christian 33
Peotone 47, St. Anne 34

GENEVA TOURNAMENT
Geneva 77, Antioch 31
Lakes 59, Oswego 53 (OT)
Montini 61, St. Charles North 26
Whitney Holloway had 15 points and Kiki Wilson added 11 for Montini.

Providence 65, Rosary 41
Megan Hettinger and Katie McGann each scored 12 points to lead Providence (2-1).

NAPERVILLE CENTRAL/BENET TOURNAMENT
Bartlett 78, Joliet Central 29
Jackie Gulczynski scored 14 points and Christina Carlson had nine points and 12 rebounds for Barlett (2-0).

Sandburg 51, Metea Valley 46
Anna Peterson had 17 points and 11 rebounds for Metea Valley (0-3) in the loss.


PONTIAC TOURNAMENT
7th place: Pontiac 43, Streator 31
5th place: Ottawa 58, LaSalle-Peru 41
3rd place: Joliet Catholic 57, Washington (Ill.) 42
The Angels (3-1) were led by Meghan Novak with 15 points and Naomi Mayes with 14 points.

Championship: Richwoods 59, Morgan Park 45
Mariah Smith scored 32 points to lead Richwoods (4-0). Gabrielle Richmond led Morgan Park (3-1) with 12 points.

RICHARDS TOURNAMENT (BOBBY BOLTON CLASSIC)
5th place:Evergreen Park 59, Reavis 46
Courtney Karstrand had 17 points to lead Evergreen Park.

3rd place:Richards 43, T.F. South 40
Hannah Jenkins and Rachel Garner each had 12 points for Richards (2-1). T.F. South's Kaila Doby led all scorers with 19.

Championship:No. 18 Lincoln-Way East 53, Thornton 17
Taylor Johnson had 12 points and Julia Piech added 11 for Lincoln-Way East (3-1).

ROMEOVILLE TOURNAMENT
Lemont 49, Plainfield Central 39
Brigid Hanley had 18 points for Plainfield Central to give her 1,002 for her career.

Lincoln Park 58, Romeoville 37
Vanessa Hanley had 22 points and 11 rebounds and Tashea Smalls added 16 points for Lincoln Park (4-0).

TINLEY PARK TOURNAMENT
Lincoln-Way West 47, Mount Assisi 30
Kaitlyn Ray led Lincoln-Way West with 12 points.

Tinley Park 57, Longwood 29
Simona Sidaugaite scored 17 points and Christina Delvecchio had 12 to lead Tinley Park. Sharlia Carradine was the high-scorer for Longwood with 13 points.

 

    

 

 

 

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