Prep girls’ basketball
Orion 90, Monmouth-Roseville 72: In a very high scoring game, 26 points from Danielle Taets led the way to a Chargers victory over the Titans. Mon-Rose was led by 21 points from Lily Cundiff and 20 points from Carly Gillen. Orion’s Karsyn McCunn also scored 24.
Sherrard 40, Fulton 27: Led by Lauren McMillin’s 12 points, the Tigers downed the Steamers. McMillin shot 3-of-4 from the field and 6-of-8 from the line on the night. The Steamers were led by nine points from Emily Schipper. Fulton led 15-12 at halftime.
Princeville 47, United 23: Behind 14 points from Brinlee Bauman, Princeville downed the Red Storm in the Lincoln Trail tournament. No United player was able to reach double-digits, but Carly Thompson was the leading scorer with eight points.
West Central 65, ROWVA 51: With 60 of their 65 points coming from four players, West Central downed ROWVA in the Lincoln Trail tournament. ROWVA’s leading scorer was Molly Blust with 17, with Calyn Garza close behind at 15 points. Marissa Miller also reached double-digits for ROWVA with 11.
Wethersfield 46, Mercer County 38: Brittany Litton scored 17 points en route to an eight-point victory over the Golden Eagles in the Lincoln Trail tournament. Mercer County was led by Karli Stineman with 14 points and Dani Hagens was close behind with 12.
Erie-Prophetstown 49, Kewanee 38: Behind a team-leading 17 points from Emma Camper, the Panthers toppled the Boilermarkers. E-P also had two other scorers in double digits with Jenna Saad and Skylar Steimle each scoring 10. Kewanee was led by 20 points from Gracey Damron.
Prep girls’ bowling
Dixon 3320, United Township 2875: Despite a UT-high series of 599 from Ashlyn Burkeybile, the Panthers fell to Dixon. Burkeybile also had the high game for UT with 226. Dixon’s Allie Bay had the high series and high game overall with 610 and 255, respectively.
Alleman 2-0 at Sherrard triangular: Alleman defeated Knoxville 52-21 and the host Tigers 45-33. Alleman had six pins and received a forfeit and a decision to beat out Sherrard. Jack Patting had the quickest pin of the night for either team with a 23-second stick. Patting received another quick pin in his match with Knoxville, dropping his opponent in 55 seconds. Behind six pins, the Tigers beat the Blue Bullets in their dual, 48-25. Josh Bynum had the quickest of six pins with a 26-second victory at 182 over Isach Jennes.
Kewanee loses two: Fulton (54-30) and Morrison (52-27) each topped the Boilermakers. Noah Ford and the Pannel trio (Eli, Max, Jake) each had pins for Fulton. Colton Linke, Ryan Kennedy and Kayden White added sticks pins for Morrison. No score was received on the Fulton-Morrison dual.
College men’s basketball
Highland 79, Black Hawk 71: Jacob Pauley had a team-leading 13 points, and three other Braves finished with 12, but BHC was beaten by Highland in the Arrowhead Conference opener. Black Hawk led 35-34 at halftime and outshot Highland in 3-pointers 6-5. Black Hawk falls to 6-10 overall.
College women’s basketball
Highland 80, Black Hawk 53: Despite an excellent first-half showing, the Braves allowed 53 second-half points in their loss to Highland. Rebecca Hunt led the team with 16 points. The Braves turned the ball over 40 times while Highland only committed 13 turnovers in the Arrowhead Conference debut.
Coe 33, Augustana 17: The Vikings dropped to 1-9 following their dual loss to Coe. Daniel Terronez had the only pin on the night for Augustana with a stick in 1:04 of A.J. Patterson in 149. Fellow Moliner Adarios Jones beat opponent Kaleb Reeves in a 10-2 major decision at 285 for Augie.