DANVILLE — The Danville Area Community College men’s basketball team took the lead early on and kept it as they beat Rend Lake on Monday at Mary Miller Gym.

Malik Parker had 27 points for the Jaguars, who had a 38-25 halftime lead, while William Brown had 13 points, five assists, and three steals, Jaylen Williams had 10 points, Kameron Ivory had eight points, Bailey Dee had six points and six rebounds and Spencer Pettit had five points and seven rebounds.

The Jaguars are off until Jan. 25, where they will host Illinois Central College.

BHRA 64, Geo-RF 16

BISMARCK — The Blue Devils had four players in double figures as they beat the Buffaloes.

Emily Meidel and Sophia Rome each had 13 points for Bismarck-Henning/Rossville-Alvin, while Audrey Taylor had 12, Ryley Cash had 10, Emma Clapp had seven and Sierra Bryant added six.

Cheyenne Hasselbring had eight points for Georgetown-Ridge Farm, while Bryleigh Collom added four points.

The Blue devils are 12-4 and 7-1 in the Vermilion Valley Conference and will play Schlarman on Thursday. The Buffaloes will host Westville on Thursday.

Oakwood 26, Hoopeston Area 16

HOOPESTON — The Comets outscored the Cornjerkers 15-6 in the second half to get the win.

Katelyn Young had 12 points for Oakwood, while Karsen Rupp had six and Ashlynn Pinnick added four.

Ali Watson led Hoopeston Area with seven, while Emma Glotzbach, Lexie Breymeyer and Sadie Drayer each had three points.

The Comets will play Salt Fork on Thursday, while the Cornjerkers will take on Chrisman on Thursday.

A-P 45, Westville 39

ARMSTRONG — Kyla Bullington had 12 points as the Trojans got past the Tigers.

Mattie Kennel had 10 points for Armstrong-Potomac, while Ali Morgan had nine and Natalie Schluter added five.

Hadley Cox led Westville with 11 points, while Hunter Lange and Emma Myers each had nine points.

The Trojans will take on Milford on Thursday.

Small takes commanding lead

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — Danville native and University of Illinois men’s golf coach Mike Small continued to build his lead in the PGA Senior Stroke Play Championship on Monday.

Small shot a 6-under-66 to get a seven-shot lead in the 50-59 age group of the event after starting the second round with a bogey.

“I showed some resiliency,” Small said. “I’m thrilled to be 13-under and make eight birdies each day.”

Small birdied the 12th, 13th, 16th, 17th, first, fifth, seventh and eighth holes at the PGA Golf Club to take a six-shot lead over Frank Exposito of Floral Park, N.J.

Small will be tough to beat. Not only has he won three PGA Professional Championships, but two years ago he had three top-10s on the PGA Tour Champions and qualified for the playoffs.

“We’re all competitors and you want to perform when you have the chance,” Small said. “I know the guys enjoy my success and I think we both play better. Winning perpetuates winning.”

The Tournament will wrap up today.

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