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November 24, 2013

Saturday's Local Scores

(Continued)

PREP GIRLS SWIMMING

At Crawfordsville, Ind.

Team scores — 1. Fountain Central 111, 2. North Montgomery 72.

Individual results

Diving — 1. Ashylnn Bennett (NM) 166.45, 2. Abby Campbell (FC) 140.30

200-yard medley relay — 1. Fountain Central (Michaela Clevenger, Clare McGrady, Abby Moore, Shelby Gulley) 2:11.19

200-yard freestyle relay — 1. Fountain Central (Abby Campbell, Clevenger, Tori Thomas, McGrady) 2:02.22

400-yard freestyle relay — 1. Fountain Central (Gulley, Hannah Gayler, Clevenger, McGrady), 4:24.92

200 individual medley — 1. Lauren Odle (NM) 2:37.03, 2. Gayler 2:45.50

200 freestyle — 1. Gulley 2:11.39

50 freestyle — 1. Audrey Campbell 28.20

100 butterfly — 1. Moore 1:10.06

100 freestyle — 1. Thomas 1:05.88

500 freestyle — 1. McGrady 5:55.89

100 backstroke — 1. Odle 1:11.78

200 individual medley — 1. Audrey Campbell 1:22.12

PREP FOOTBALL

Class 1A

Semifinal

Downs Tri-Valley 14, Maroa-Forsyth 6

Lena-Winslow 45, Leo 22

Class 2A

Semifinal

Staunton 32, Auburn 28

Sterling Newman 14, Mercer County 0

Class 3A

Semifinal

St. Joseph-Ogden 44, Greenville 21

Stillman Valley 28, Aurora Christian 26

Class 4A

Semifinal

Geneseo 35, Rockford Lutheran 7

Rochester 46, Rock Island Alleman 21

Class 5A

Semifinal

Montini 42, Sycamore 20

Sacred Heart-Griffin (Springfield) 44, Washington 14

Class 6A

Semifinal

Batavia 38, Rockford Boylan 6

Oak Lawn Richards 7, East St. Louis 6

Class 7A

Semifinal

Chicago Mt. Carmel 34, Edwardsville 7

Lake Zurich 16, Glenbard West 7

Class 8A

Semifinal

Loyola 15, Stevenson 14

Naperville Central 27, Marist 21

PREP BASKETBALL

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Champaign St. Thomas More 54, Champaign Centennial 30

Chatham Glenwood 57, Quincy 29

Downs Tri-Valley 55, Stanford Olympia 19

Illini Central 43, Heyworth 24

Kaneland 63, Luther North 9

Moline 59, Peoria Notre Dame 37

O’Fallon 60, Quincy 24

O’Fallon 51, Chatham Glenwood 42

Sterling 48, Rock Falls 30

Alton Tournament

Alton 56, Springfield Lanphier 51

Jerseyville Jersey 67, Cahokia 38

Ashton-Franklin Center Tournament

West Carroll def. South Beloit, forfeit

Beecher Tournament

St. Anne 25, Tinley Park 65

Bremen 56, Beecher 52

Coal City 46, Shepard 29

Illiana Christian 50, Peotone 40

Shepard 61, Bremen 39

Blue Star’s Country Classic Tournament

Mahomet-Seymour 48, Champaign Central 41

Brimfield Tournament

Brimfield 57, St. Bede 33

Buffalo Grove Tournament

Barrington 55, Maine South 50

Grayslake Central 58, Libertyville 39

Cissna Park (Central Iroquois) Tournament

Armstrong 41, Herscher 30

Cissna Park 39, Bismarck-Henning 21

Columbia High School Tournament

Seventh Place

Metro-East Lutheran 46, Lebanon 41

Fifth Place

Alton Marquette 43, Waterloo Gibault 37

Darien (Hinsdale South) Tournament

Hinsdale Central 60, Joliet West 49

Sandburg 61, Hinsdale South 53

Stagg 57, St. Ignatius 56

Dundee-Crown Tournament

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