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January 18, 2013

Thursday's local scores and glances

DANVILLE — PREP BOYS BASKETBALL

Vermilion County Tournament

At David S. Palmer Arena


Pool A standings — Salt Fork 2-0, Oakwood 1-1, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 0-2

Pool B standings — Westville 3-0, Bismarck-Henning 2-1, Hoopeston Area 1-2, Armstrong-Potomac 0-3

Saturday’s scores

Game 1 — Oakwood 47, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 46

Game 2 — Bismarck-Henning 54, Hoopeston Area 31

Game 3 — Westville 47, Armstrong-Potomac 24

Tuesday’s scores

Game 4 — Bismarck-Henning 58, Armstrong-Potomac 28

Game 5 — Westville 58, Hoopeston Area 36

Game 6 — Salt Fork 46, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 25

Thursday’s scores

Game 7 — Hoopeston Area 45, Armstrong-Potomac 30

Game 8 — Salt Fork 42, Oakwood 34

Game 9 — Westville 43, Bismarck-Henning 39, OT

Saturday’s games

Fifth-place game — Georgetown-Ridge Farm vs. Hoopeston Area, 5 p.m.

Third-place game — Oakwood vs, Bismarck-Henning, 6:30 p.m.

Championship — Salt Fork vs. Westville, 8 p.m.

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At Palmer Arena, Danville

Salt Fork 42, Oakwood 34


Oakwood (34) — Parker Lee 4-9 2-2 11, Davin Miles 1-2 0-0 2, Kyle Elliott 7-12 0-0 19, Andrew Curley 0-2 0-0 0, Skyler Slade 1-2 0-0 2, Brian Rice 0-3 0-0 0, Jeremy Watson 0-1 0-0 0. Totals: 13-31 2-2 34.

Salt Fork (42) — Ross Learnard 6-12 2-7 15, Cole Taylor 2-6 1-2 5, Clayton Fauver 0-4 0-0 0, Alec Dutton 4-9 0-0 8, Max Stutsman 3-9 4-7 10, Taylor Kirby 2-2 0-2 4, Noah Darr 0-0 0-0 0. Totals: 17-42 7-18 42.

Oakwood    10    5    12    7    —    34

Salt Fork    7    8    10    17    —    42

3-point goals — Oakwood 6-8 (Elliott 5-5, Lee 1-1, Rice 0-2); Salt Fork 1-3 (Learnard 1-1, Taylor 0-2). Rebounds — Oakwood 27 (Slade 6, Curley 6, Lee 5, Elliott 4, Rice 2, Miles, Watson, TEAM 2); Salt Fork 22 (Stutsman 8, Dutton 6, Learnard 4, Fauver, Darr, TEAM 2). Assists — Oakwood 6 (Elliott 2, Curley 2, Slade, Lee); Salt Fork 6 (Taylor 4, Fauver 2). Steals — Oakwood 3 (Lee, Elliott, Slade); Salt Fork 10 (Dutton 3, Stutsman 2, Learnard 2, Kirby, Taylor, Fauver). Turnovers — Oakwood 21, Salt Fork 5. Total fouls — Oakwood 14, Salt Fork 10. Fouled out — none. Technical fouls — none.

Records — Oakwood 4-11 overall; Salt Fork 15-2.

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At Palmer Arena, Danville

Westville 43, Bismarck-Henning 39 (OT)


Bismarck-Henning (39) — Austin Toler 2-10 5-9 10, Andy Bott 3-7 2-3 8, Chase Connelly 6-8 0-0 12, Austin Reinken 1-4 0-0 2, Wilde Garowski 1-5 0-0 2, Dustyn Ingram 0-3 0-0 0, Brad Walsh 2-3 1-1 5. Totals: 15-40 8-13 39.

Westville (43) — Jeffery Thompson 4-10 4-5 14, Layn White 3-5 0-3 6, Kyle Brazas 1-3 2-4 5, Tanner Cox 1-7 2-4 4, Robert Elliott 7-10 0-1 14, Dalton Hilligoss 0-0 0-0 0, Jordan Romo 0-1 0-0 0. Totals: 16-36 8-17 43.

Bis-Henn    7    7    11      9   5    —    39

Westville    8    8    5      13  9    —    43

3-point goals — Bismarck-Henning 1-6 (Toler 1-4, Bott 0-1, Reinken 0-1); Westville 3-10 (Thompson 2-7, Brazas 1-2, Cox 0-1). Rebounds — Bismarck-Henning 29 (Walsh 7, Connelly 5, Garowski 5, Bott 4, Ingram 2 Toler, TEAM 5); Westville 27 (Thompson 6, White 6, Elliott 5, Cox 4, Brazas 3, TEAM 3). Assists — Bismarck-Henning 7 (Toler 3, Ingram 2, Bott, Walsh); Westville 9 (White 4, Brazas 3, Cox, Elliott). Steals — Bismarck-Henning 11 (Connelly 4, Reinken 3, Toler 2, Bott, Walsh); Westville 8 (White 2, Brazas 2, Cox 2, Elliott 2). Turnovers — Bismarck-Henning 19; Westville 23. Total fouls — Bismarck-Henning 16; Westville 12. Fouled out — Cox, Elliott. Technical fouls — none. Officials — Mike Bell, Nathan Howie, Kevin Sprau.

Records — Bismarck-Henning 16-4 overall; Westville 15-4.

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At Palmer Arena

Hoopeston Area 45, Armstrong-Potomac 30


Armstrong-Potomac (30) — Shawn Johnson 5 0-0 10, Wade Rogers 1 4-4 7, Dentler Loschen 2 0-2 5, Corey Buhr 0 2-2 2, Blake Davis 2 0-0 4, Kyle Cundiff 1 0-0 2, Emerson Grey 0 0-0 0, Austin Smith 0 0-0 0, Anthony Brooks 0 0-0 0, Nathan Eiliott 0 0-0 0. Totals: 11 6-8 30.

Hoopeston Area (45) — Mason Layden 8 3-3 20, Daniel Lawson 3 5-6 11, Brennan Crose 4 0-0 9, Bryce Leigh 2 0-0 5, Chase Bouse 0 0-4 0, David Corneilus 0 0-0 0, Joe Warner 0 0-0 0, Nick Papanek 0 0-0 0, Deono Zamirripa 0 0-0 0, Nathan Michael 0 0-0 0. Totals: 19 8-13 45.

Armstrong-Potomac    7    11    8    4    —    30

Hoopeston Area    7    13    14    11    —    45

3-point field goals — Armstrong-Potomac 2 (Rogers, Loschen); Hoopeston Area 3 (Layden, Crose, Leigh). Total fouls — Armstrong-Potomac 11, Hoopeston Area 11. Fouled out — None. Technical fouls — none.

Records — Hoopeston Area 3-17 overall, Armstrong-Potomac 0-19.

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Illinois Prep Boys Basketball

Thursday’s scores


Amboy-LaMoille 60, Kirkland Hiawatha 40

Aurora Central Catholic 79, St. Benedict 65

Benet 51, Marian Catholic (Chicago Heights) 50

Bowen 55, Chicago (UCCS/Woodlawn) 31

Byron 55, Mendota 48

Chicago (Alcott) 90, Air Force 37

Chicago (Lane Tech) 63, Prosser 59

Chicago (Noble Street Charter/Rauner) 63, Chicago (Noble Street Charter/Pritzker) 44

Chicago (Solorio Academy) 72, Hancock 35

Chicago (TEAM Englewood) 63, Tilden 60

Chicago (Urban Prep Charter/West) 52, Northside Prep 46

Chicago Uplift 54, Amundsen 50

Curie 79, DuSable 75

Dakota 70, Orangeville 54

Dunbar 60, Robeson 39

Dyett 59, Chicago Little Village 44

East Dubuque 67, River Ridge 58

Farragut 58, Crane 52

Foreman 66, Lincoln Park 46

Gage Park def. Spry Community, forfeit

Grayville 37, Wayne City 35

Harper 53, Lindblom 45

Hillcrest 69, Bremen 37

Hononegah 63, Freeport 45

Hope 58, Hubbard 54

Hyde Park 59, Kenwood 47

Kankakee Trinity Academy 58, Luther East 43

Kelly 60, Chicago (Urban Prep Charter/Bronzeville) 57

Lemont 60, Oak Forest 44

Lexington 51, Downs Tri-Valley 50

Limestone 63, Metamora 60

Maine South 37, Evanston Township 24

Mather 51, Schurz 41

Orr 60, Westinghouse 47

Payton 62, Chicago Roosevelt 50

Pekin 54, Dunlap 45

Phillips 51, Chicago King 41

Rock Falls 64, Stillman Valley 56

Sacred Heart-Griffin (Springfield) 70, Springfield Lanphier 51

St. Gregory 49, Universal 41

Steinmetz 69, Chicago Academy 37

Sycamore (Cornerstone Christian Academy) 56, Crystal Lake (Faith Lutheran) 41

Taft 56, Von Steuben 54

Winnebago 68, Rockford Lutheran 65

Carmi White County Tournament

Harrisburg 76, Carmi White County 37

Mt. Carmel 76, Fairfield 66

Litchfield Tournament

Bethalto Civic Memorial 58, Greenville 45

Hillsboro 49, Lebanon 34

Litchfield 56, East Alton-Wood River 45

Pana 62, Metro-East Lutheran 50

Midland Trail Conference

Cisne 46, Waltonville 45

Woodlawn 74, Odin 43

Nashville Tournament

Mascoutah 50, Freeburg 47

Nashville 51, Trenton Wesclin 39

Salem Tournament

Triad 51, Marion 49

Sparta Tournament

Red Bud 40, Murphysboro 39

Steeleville 59, Trico 57, OT

Waterloo 54, DuQuoin 49

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Indiana Prep Boys Basketball

Thursday’s Scores


Clerc Classic

Indiana Deaf 49, Model School for the Deaf, D.C. 35

Indianapolis City Tournament

Consolation

Heritage Christian 59, Indpls Washington 52

Quarterfinal

Indpls Broad Ripple 61, Indpls Chatard 53

Indpls Cathedral 91, Indpls Shortridge 50

Indpls Northwest 80, Indpls Arlington 52

Indpls Tech 68, Indpls Scecina 45

Porter County Conference Tournament

First Round

Hanover Central 45, Hebron 35

Washington Twp. 30, S. Central (LaPorte) 26

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