DANVILLE — Playing at home for the first time this season, the Danville girls basketball team found out quickly that a slow start is the worst possible situation.
ST. JOSEPH — The Georgetown-Ridge Farm boys basketball team found a way to get past LaSalette Academy 44-43 on Thursday at the Toyota of Danville Classic.
LARAMIE, Wy. — Danville High School grad Tevin Smith had seven points, five assists and four rebounds, but the University of Denver men's basketball team lost to Wyoming 77-64.
GIBSON CITY — The Bismarck-Henning/Rossville-Alvin/Armstrong-Potomac wrestling team beat Rantoul 58-24, but lost to Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley/Fisher 51-30 in a triangular meet on Thursday.
WESTVILLE — THe Westville girls basketball team jumped out to a 22-6 first quarter lead and did not look back as they beat Chrisman 52-23 on Thursday.
CHAMPAIGN — The Illinois women's basketball team battled with Florida State on Thursday as part of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge at the State Farm Center.
EAST LANSING, Mich. — Schlarman Academy grad Anaya Peoples had four points, a rebound and a assist as the Notre Dame women's basketball team beat Michigan State 76-71 as part of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge on Thursday.
WASHINGTON, D. C. — Schlarman Academy grad Sierra Bell had an assist as the George Washington women's basketball team beat James Madison 54-50 on Thursday.
ROCHESTER, Mich. — Schlarman Academy grad Sydney Gouard had two points and four rebounds as the Oakland women's basketball team beat Illinois-Chicago 67-59 on Thursday.
ST. JOSEPH — The Schlarman boys basketball team rebounded from a first-night loss to Oakwood with a 67-52 win over Cissna Park on Wednesday at the Toyota of Danville Classic.
ST. JOSEPH — The Oakwood boys basketball team started play at the Toyota of Danville Classic on Tuesday with a 50-41 win over Schlarman Academy.
Indiana showed plenty of fight, rallying from down 18 points in the first half and nine points in the closing minutes Tuesday night against Syracuse in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge.
CHAMPAIGN — Playing with three starters on Friday night, the Illinois Fighting Illini men's basketball team needed some extra special contributions to beat the Texas Rio Grande Valley Vaqueros.
CHAMPAIGN — Illinois must beat a struggling, determined Northwestern team at home on Saturday to keep alive the slimmest of hopes for a bowl bid.
This Week's Circulars
- Couple hopes new shop reinvigorates downtown
- Big Ten Football Standings
- The Slotted Spoon's success causing move
- Two hospitalized in separate shootings
- Barbershop concert features 'Christmas Favorites'
- Danville completes successful weekend in Lincoln
- Police arrest man in shooting
- Salvation Army seeks community’s help
- Death toll now 209 as COVID cases continue local surge
- Illinois looks to keep bowl hopes alive against Northwestern
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