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January 16, 2013

Wednesday's local scores and glances

(Continued)

DANVILLE — ———

At Palmer Arena

Hoopeston Area 29, Oakwood 24


Hoopeston Area (29) — Haley Dixon 2 3-4 8, Olivia Smith 1 0-0 3, Tori Smock 2 22- 6, Sarah Dixon 1 0-2 2, Cayla Davis 2 1-2 5, Erika Solis 0 1-1 1, Karena Colunga 1 0-0 2, Madie Brown 1 0-0 2, Aly Zarate 0 0-0 0. Totals: 10 7-11 29.

Oakwood (24) — Makayla Gayler 2 2-3 6, Delaney Durst 2 0-0 4, Sadie Edwards 1 4-4 6, Taylor McGlaughlin 0 0-0 0, Harlena Hardin 4 0-1 8, Kylie Harden 0 0-0 0, Amelia Burke 0 0-0 0, Abbagale Black 0 0-0 0, Joellyn Weaver 0 0-0 0. Totals: 9 6-8 24.

Hoopeston Area    6    6    7    10    —    29

Oakwood    6    6    4    8    —    24

3-point field goals — Hoopeston Area 2 (Smith, Haley Dixon). Total fouls — Hoopeston Area 11, Oakwood 12. Fouled out — Sarah Dixon. Technical fouls — none.

Records — Hoopeston Area 8-13 overall, Oakwood 5-16.

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Illinois Prep Girls Basketball

Wednesday’s Scores


Aurora Central Catholic 71, Chicago CICS-Ellison 46

Chicago (Jones) 47, Kelly 21

Chicago-University 50, Payton 40

Crystal Lake South 45, McHenry 24

Decatur St. Teresa 52, Mt. Zion 38

Fenwick 79, Bishop McNamara 72

Kankakee 43, St. Anne 34

Kennedy 63, Hancock 41

Pearl City 69, Warren 34

Pekin 52, Illinois Valley Central 38

Ridgewood 53, Leyden 36

Stevenson 36, Grayslake Central 23

Stockton 51, Stillman Valley 43

Taft 63, Von Steuben 47

Terre Haute South, Ind. 66, Danville 46

Universal 26, Chicago (Lycee Francais) High School 11

Waterloo 42, New Athens 30

Highland Tournament

Belleville West 32, Nashville 26

Cowden Herrick - Beecher City 62, Salem 54

Highland 57, Nokomis 43

Interstate Eight Varsity Tournament

11th Place

Dwight 60, Sandwich 55

Ninth Place

Reed-Custer 49, Wilmington 43

Seventh Place

Manteno 42, Herscher 37

Lincoln Trail Conference Tournament

Galva 38, Monmouth United 28

Oneida (ROWVA) 57, Princeville 42

LTC Tournament

Mercer County 49, West Prairie 39

Tri-County Tournament

Hall 33, Henry 27

Midland 67, DePue 21

Vermilion County Tournament

Armstrong 42, Sidell (Jamaica)-Salt Fork 22

Georgetown-Ridge Farm 51, Westville 33

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Indiana Prep Girls Basketball

Wednesday’s Scores


Brownsburg 50, Zionsville 31

Ft. Wayne Northrop 36, Huntington North 24

Ft. Wayne Snider 69, Norwell 54

Hagerstown 42, Muncie Burris 41

Heritage 56, New Haven 18

Indpls Pike 63, Decatur Central 41

Indpls Ritter 47, Indpls Park Tudor 42

Indpls Roncalli 58, Indpls Chatard 43

Indpls Scecina 62, Indpls Attucks 35

Leo 53, Fremont 39

Northeastern 72, Union (Modoc) 63

Northview 46, Danville 41

Riverton Parke 68, N. Central (Farmersburg) 21

Taylor 53, Clinton Central 35

Terre Haute South 66, Danville, Ill. 46

Tipton 51, Tri-Central 30

Wabash 44, Cass 25

Warsaw 55, Penn 42

Westfield 68, New Castle 49

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PREP WRESTLING

At Greenwood, Ind.

Fountain Central 36, Greenwood 32


106 pounds — Double forfeit; 113 — Double forfeit; 120 — Jaren Oakley (FC) pinned Skirvin, 2:46; 126 — Schober (G) pinned Klint Byers, 1:09; 132 — Alex Haddock (FC) pinned Smith, 1:19; 138 — Thompson (G) dec, Matt McMasters, 15-3; 145 — Collin Strange (FC) pinned Johns, 3:30; 152 — Jennings (FC) pinned Stevensen, 1:26; 160 — Trevor Loveall (FC) pinned Sweeny, 2:17; 170 — Schrader (G) dec. Kyle Byers, 14-5; 182 — Myers (G) pinned Phillip Rimdon, 4:29. 195 — McFarland (G) pinned Billy Pigg, 5:53; 220 — Alex Fay (FC) pinned Basinger, 1:33; 285 — Fuqua (G) pinned Brady Holt, 3:32.

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From Tuesday

At Oakwood

Oakwood 51 Westville 30


106 pounds — DeMarco Brown (W) won by forfeit; 113 — Tanner Horatscki (O) won by forfeit; 120 — Ashton Haton (O) pinned Kodi Ellis, 1:34; 126 — Antonio Alvarez (O) pinned Gavin Leep, :46; 132 — Steven Mackiewicz (O) won by forfeit; 138 — Austin Shelton (O) pinned Helmken :56; 145 — Cody Rice (W) pinned Brandan Snyder, :46; 152 — Madison Carlton (O) won by forfeit; 160 — Michael Patton (O) won by forfeit; 170 — Cody Ayers (O) won by forfeit; 182 — Jeremy Rivers (W) pinned Hunter Harrison, 1:54. 195 — Tyler Dicken (W) pinned David Nibbe, 3:31; 220 — Justin Munoz (W) pinned Ronnie Violante, 1:13; 285 — Gevin Ashikyan (O) dec. Jesse Munoz, 5-3, OT.

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At Oakwood

Oakwood 43, Unity 34


106 pounds — Darius Daniels (U) won by forfeit; 113 — Tanner Horatscki (O) won by forfeit; 120 — Ashton Haton (O) pinned Griffet, 1:58; 126 — Antonio Alvarez 9O) def. Hinton, 4:47; 132 — Steven Mackiewicz (O) dec. Monical, 13-11, OT; 138 — Austin Shelton (O) pinned Cousin, 4:28; 145 — Brandan Snyder (O) won by forfeit; 152 — Trayler (U) def. Madison Carleton, 14-0; 160 — Branson (U) pinned Michael Paton, 6:22 OT; 170 — Cody Ayers (O) def. King, 9-0; 182 — Reed (U) pinned Hunter Harrison, 1:15. 195 — White (U) pinned David Nibbe, 5:05; 220 — Lindsey (U) pinned Ronnie Violante, 1:56; 285 — Gevin Ashikyan (O) def. York, 1:15.

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