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---- — CHRISMAN — Ty Bolen scored 33 points with eight points in overtime as the Chrisman boys basketball team defeated Hoopeston Area Friday in Vermilion Valley Conference action.
Tyler Owen had 10 points for the Cardinals, who was up 22-21 at halftime and 38-34 going into the fourth quarter, while Chase Anderson added six points.
Mason Layden had 18 points for the Cornjerkers, who fought back to tie things up at 50-50 at the end of regulation, while Brennan Crose had 13 points, Daniel Lawson had 12, Bryce Leigh scored 10 and Trey Layden added six.
The Cardinals will travel to Oakwood on Tuesday while the Cornjerkers will play Bismarck-Henning on Tuesday.
Westville 38, Geo-RF 30
GEORGETOWN — Jeffery Thompson had 13 points as the Tigers held on to beat the Buffaloes.
Kyle Brazas had 11 points for Westville, who had a 11-10 halftime lead but outscored Georgetown-Ridge Farm 15-8 in the third quarter to build a cushion. Justin Ottino had five and Dalton Hilligoss added four.
Aaron Scott led the Buffaloes with 10 points while Dylan Bina had eight and Rylee Goodwin added seven.
The Tigers will play Schlarman Academy today while the Buffaloes will play Salt Fork on Tuesday.
Milford 66, A-P 43
MILFORD — Jeff Cann scored 28 points as the Bearcats easily beat the Trojans.
Tanner Davenport had 12 points for Milford, who had a 38-16 lead at halftime, while Jake Rogers had nine and Wade Fox and Alex Portwood each had seven.
Corey Buhr led Armstrong-Potomac with 15 points, while Dentler Loschen had 11 and Austin Rademacher added six.
The Bearcats will play Salt Fork today while the Trojans will host Schlarman Academy.
First Baptist 70, Illinois Central 51
DANVILLE — Jonathan Garver had 26 points as the Knights defeated Illinois Central.
Zane Bumpus had 14 points for First Baptist, who was up 45-17 at halftime, while Kyle Cummins had 13.
The Knights will take on Buckley Christ Lutheran next week.
Attica 90, Turkey Run 50
ATTICA, Ind. — Bryce Cooper had four 3-pointers and broke the school record in 3’s with 125 as the Red Ramblers crushed the Warriors.
Kenny Little had 16 points for Attica, who was up 50-19 at halftime, while Brady Sheridan had 15 points and six teals, Luke Cooper had 14 points and Lance Whorrall had 11 points.
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Attica 76, Riverton Parke 51
Maci Kyger had 14 points and seven rebounds as the Red Ramblers clinched the Wabash River Conference championship and ends the regular season at 20-0.
Ashley Mitton had 12 points for Attica, who had a 40-17 halftime lead while Kaylynn Kirkpatrick had 10 and Karrah Pattengale added nine points.
The Red Ramblers will start sectional play Tuesday against Lafayette Central Catholic at North Vermillion High School.