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SATURDAY. MARCH 8. 2008 DAILY 1IF.RAI.I1 SECTION 2 PAGE 9 Elgin stops Rockford Boylan, advances to supersectional BY DAVE HESS Daily Herald Cnmypandfnt Armani Williams will have better shooting nights. The Elgin High School senior 4-year starter was only 6-of-l8 from the floor and 4- of-13 from 3-point range in scoring 19 points. All the individual achievements don't matter to the Elgin senior guard. The Maroons are headed to the supersectional for the first time in 10 years. Elgin outslugged a physical Rockford Boylan team 70-67 to claim the Class 4A Jacobs sectional Friday night in Algonquin. "Four years of hard work was all worth it," said Williams. "It is an amazing feeling. I can't describe how I feel. I missed some open shots because of nerves. This team has picked up each other all year. We stayed together all year because we are family." The Maroons (21-9) will play at the Northern Illinois University supersectional in DeKalb Tuesday night at 8 p.m. against Zion Benton. The Zee-Bees defeated Schaumburg 54-41 to win the Barrington sectional Friday. "I came in this year and didn't need to do much coaching," said Elgin first-year coach Mike Sitter. "Rob Brault (previous coach) did a great job of bringing these kids along. We have a lot of experience and lot of senior leadership. I told them it is now or never and they got the job done." The Maroons grabbed a 7067 lead when Kenny Williams made l-of-2 free throws with 11.5 seconds left. The Titans moved down the court quickly and Michael Edwards got a open 3-pointer from the top of the key, but the ball bounced high off die rim and was grabbed by Elgin junior Marcus Redburg, who was fouled with 1.8 seconds left. Redburg could have sealed the win but missed both free throws. Boylan had one last chance to tie the game, but couldn't get a shot off. "We just shot ourselves in the foot down the stretch," said Boylan coach Steve Goers. "We missed some easy shots and layups. But the six seniors had a great run and I am very proud of the players. Despite the 2 missed free throws, Redburg came off the bench to score 11 points including a banked in 3- pointer to end the first half which gave the Maroons a 3734 advantage heading into the locker room. "The guys off the bench try to come in and just contribute," said Redburg, a junior. "It is the greatest feeling to win a sectional for the seniors. They are a great group and we don't want this end for them." Elgin senior Jeremy Granger, who didn't take a shot or score a point in the first half, scored all 11 of his points in the second half. "They played a triangle-and- two on us in the first half and I just couldn't get my shot," said Granger. "I was more aggressive in the second half and got some open shots. Our hard work and dedication has paid off. This is a great win for this team and the Elgin community. Derell Howse added 10 points with a pair of 3-pointers for the winners. "Wednesday was a fun game to be in," said Sitter. "Tonight was more like a ugly hockey game. We had to scrap all night towintiiisgame." Zach Opheim paced the Titans, who out-rebounded Elgin 33-20, with 18 points and 8 rebounds. Stephen Valentine scored 15 and Phil Riggs scored 14 with 7 boards. Neuqua Valley 69, Bartlett 53: All the momentum heading into the second half Friday night was with the Bartlett boys basketball team. The Hawks cut a 12-point deficit down to 1 as the teams headed to the locker rooms. But it was Neuqua Valley that came out in the third quarter with all the energy. The Wildcats increased their lead to 8 less than 5% minutes into the second half and beat Bartlett, 69-53, in the Class 4A East Aurora sectional championship game. "Neuqua did a great job taking us out of our stuff," Bartlett senior Cory Hrynyk said. "They ran their stuff great. That's what it comes down to in the postseason." The defeat ends the Hawks' best season in school history. They end with a school-record 22 wins and played in only the school's second sectional championship game. "The group of guys we've had this year was just amazing," said a red-eyed Hrynyk. "Having this run was fun. It's so emotional whenever it get to the end because the guys become a family more than anything." After Kamil Janton hit an 8-foot jumper on the game's first possession to give the Hawks their only lead of the game, Neuqua Valley scored the next 14 points to put Bartlett in an early hole Derek Raridon scored the final 8 points of the run for the Wildcats, the No. 6 seed who advanced to the Chicago State University supersectional to play Richards. Bartlett got the deficit down to 4, 16-12, after Mike Selvaggi hit a 3-pointer with 1:45 remaining in the first quarter. Janton's basket with 4:43 left in GEORGE I.ECl.AIRE/glccIairc®dailylicrulcl.com Elgin's Jeremy Granger gets to the basket against Rockford Boylan in sectional championship play Friday night at Jacobs. the first half made it a 2-point game, 22-20. Marcell Randell's only basket with 14 seconds left in the second quarter cut the Wildcats' lead to 29-28 going into halftime. Janton scored 10 points in the quarter. The Wildcats only netted 8, going 3-for-15 from the field. "We missed a whole bunch of easy layups. We thought we were the reason they had a big run," Neuqua coach Todd Sutton said. "They were scoring. We just weren't scoring." The Wildcats led by 3, 36-33, with 5:05 remaining in the third quarter after a Janton free throw. They then went on a 11 2 run to take a 47-35 lead. Bartlett's Marc Little's 3-pointer with 4 seconds left in the third cut it 49-40 heading into the fourth quarter. Neuqua's TJ Jordan scored 25 seconds into the fourth to again the Wildcats a double- digit lead, which with never fall below 14 in the final 7 minutes. "(The difference was) getting the high energy coming out after the half," Neuqua sophomore Dwayne Evans said. "The first few minutes usually dictates the rest of die game." Evans led the Wildcats with 17 points and 10 rebounds. Raridon added 10 points. Brad Keeler had 10 points off the bench. Janton's 15 points and 8 rebounds led the Hawks. Little and Luke Labedzki each added 11 points. — Brian Schaumburg North Lawndale makes 2A title game PEORIA, 111. — Top-ranked Chicago North Lawndale and perennial powerhouse Peoria Manual will meet for the Class 2A championship after winning their state semifinal games on Friday. North Lawndale edged Pinckneyville 47-44 in a game that wasn't decided until the final second, while second- ranked Peoria Manual beat Olney East Richland 53-47. Chicago North Lawndale barely escaped a Pinckneyville team that stayed with them all night. Twice in the final nine seconds, Pinckneyville banged 3-pointers off die rim — one that would have won the game and another that would have tied the score. Collin Woodside missed the first 3-pointer with nine seconds left and his team down by a point. And with one second left and his team down by 3, Hayden Hicks launched a shot the left corner that rolled around the rim and out again. "It looked good to me," said North Lawndale coach Lewis Thorpe. "Honestly, from where I was, it looked like it was going in." Jonathan Mills led Chicago North Lawndale with 12 points and 11 rebounds, while Kyle Cassity paced Pinckneyville with 16 points. Woodside added 11 more in die losing effort. In the earlier game, Peoria quickly jumped out to a 12- point lead against Olney East Richland and maintained it until the final minutes of the game. Evanston puts an end to Mersey's play off run . BY JOE ESSE Daily HeraM Conrsfxmdent Hersey senior Luke Fabrizius was only 5 years old the last time a Huskies team advanced to a sectional final. So although Kersey's season came to an end Friday at the hands of No. 1 seed Evanston, the Huskies weren't hanging their heads. "We shared special moments winning the regional. The last one we won was in '95 and I'm going to remember this forever," Fabrizius said after scoring 16 points and blocking 5 shots. "Some of my best friends are on this team. We've been- close since first grade. We all knew each other and got along: It's been a fun ride." Hersey had quite a playoff run after limping into the postseason. Losers in nine of their final 12 regular-season games, the seventh-seeded Huskies defeated Wheeling and upset second-seeded New Trier to capture the Wheeling regional tide. Hersey then beat a tough Maine East squad to advance to Friday's Evanston sectional final, before losing to the Wild- kits 50-38. "We pulled together," said junior Kyle Mengarelli (8 points). "Coming into the playoffs, we knew that we hadn't peaked yet. We were playing our best ball at die end of die season, which is when you need to play it," Hersey (17-13) had 7 turnovers in the first quarter and trailed 18-10. Down 11 midway through the second quarter, the Huskies used 9-4 run to gain some momentum and ended the half trailing 2721. That momentum completely disappeared in the third quarter as Hersey went O-for-16 from the field while Evanston (28-3) ripped off 11 straight points. Mengarelli's free throws with 41 seconds left proved to be the Huskies only points of the period as they trailed 38-23. Hersey scored 9 straight points early in the fourth quarter to make it an 8-point game, but could never get any closer. "Some of the shots weren't falling," Huskies senior Griffin Dwyer (4 points, 2 assists) said. "But We went out with our hearts on the floor." Hersey shot 12-of-51 for the game, including 4-of-21 on 3- pointers. The Huskies also hurt themselves by missing 8 layups. "I think it was just a rough night for everyone," Mengarelli said. "We were missing breakaway layups, open jump shots and just shots that we should be hitting." Michael Mueller had 6 points and 4 rebounds for Hersey, while sophomore Steven Nelson added 5 rebounds. While first-year Huskies coach Steve Messer declined to talk about his teams' success in a historical context, he was able to identify what made the 2007-08 squad so special. "They are a talented group, they work well together and they like each other," Messer said. "What I really liked to see was every day they came to work and got better. They just soaked up whatever we taught them and went with it." Warhawks: Continued from Page 10 count." "We've been looking forward to (playing Marshall) ever since the beginning of the season," said DeShawn Chambliss, who led North Chicago in scoring with 20 points. "We know what we got to do to get downstate. We need to keep our intensity up." The top-seeded Warhawks did against No. 6 Guerin (1714), and they needed to, as the Gators refused to give up and actually seemed to relish the up-tempo pace. Led by 6- foot-6 senior Josh Downen, who finished with 19 points and 15 rebounds, Guerin erased an 11-point first-quarter deficit and led 38-36 at halftime. Sparked by Patrick Terrell, who finished with 16 points and 19 rebounds, North Chicago took a 52-49 lead into the fourth quarter. Terrell scored 9 points in the third. The Warhawks led by as many as nine in the fourth and were up 67-60 when Guerin's Jordan Johnson splashed a 3-pointer with 38 seconds left. Thirteen seconds later, the 5-10 senior guard pulled up and hit another 3, pulling the Gators within 67-66. "We knew he was a great shooter," Coleman said. "We just hope that it doesn't go in. He's very difficult to stpp. He's so athletic and he's so quick. It's hard to defend Him." » Johnson hit 3 of his five 3s STEVE LUNDV/slundy@dailvher- alcl.com North Chicago's DeShawn Chambliss drives the lane Friday night in Antioch. in the fourth. He led all scorers with 21 points. "They didn't want to slow down," Terrell said of the Gators. "They had that little, fast guard (Johnson). We had to go to a box-and-one on him before we could stop him from hitting 3- pointers at the end of the game." Chambliss helped keep Guerin at bay by sinking 4-of- 5 free throws in the final 23 seconds. The three-year varsity guard made 9 of 13 foul shots overall, as North Chicago captured its first sectional tide since 1972. "We wanted the ball in Chambliss' hands," Coleman said. Kentrall Wilson also had a double-double for North Chicago, scoring 14 points and grabbing 15 rebounds. Keith Ford adde4 17 points. SCOREBOARD Boys basketball Sectional finals Class 4A At Barrington ZION-BEHTON 64, SCHAUMBURQ 41 Schaumburg — Slowlk 1 0-0 2, Payne 7 5-5 20, Bulger t 0-0 2, Bell 1 0-1 2, Mueller 21-45, Trimarco 2 0-0 A, Spandlary 0 0-0 0, Evenll 2 0-0 6, Swlercz 0 0-0 0, Wild 0 0-0 0, Kelly 0 0-0 0, Grossman 0 0-0 0, lannottl 0 0-0 0, Smltfi 00-00. Totals 166-1041. Zlon-Benlon — Cllnkscales 1 3-6 5, Sleard 2 2-2 6, Stewart 1 0-0 2, Smith 6 4-817, Yargrough 512 11, Love 4 2-6 10, Williams 1 1-2 3, Peel 0 0-0 0, Worthingto 0 0-0 0. Totals 2013-26 54. Schaumburg 6 11 12 12 —41 TJon-Benton 11 11 14 18 —54 3-point baskets: Sell: Everitt 2, Payne; ZB: Smith. Fouled out: Sch: Slowlk. At Evanston Twp. EVANSTPN60,HERSEV36 Evanston — Croegaert-Key 2 8-9 12, Clark 2 3-4 7, Rudnlckl 3 0-0 6, Farr 2 1 -2 5, Morton 20-05, Fraaer-Criambers 1 2-5 4, McCray 1 2-3 4, Jones 1 0-0 3, Hunt 1 0-0 2, Dortch 1 0-0 2. Totals 15 16-2350. Hersey — Fabrizius 6 0-016, Mangarelll 2 4-5 8, Mueller 2 2-3 6. Dwyer 1 2-2 4, Petro 1 0-0 2, Compton 01-21, Nelson 01-21, Vellkov 0 0-0 0, Moran 0 0-0 0, Detmer 0 0-0 0. Totals 12 10-14 38. Evanston 18 9 11 12 —60 Horsey 10 11 2 16 —38 3-poinl baskets: Evn: Morton, Jones; Hers: Fabriz- Ius4. Fouled out: Hers: Fabrizius. At Jacobs &GIH 70, ROCKFOHO BOYLAN 67 Elgin — Berry 0 0-0 0, Roth 0 2-2 2, Granger 3 55 11, A.Williams 6 3-3 19, Herrera 2 0-04, K. Williams 1 5-6 7, Howse 3 2-4 10, Redburg 4 2-4 11, Stewart 3 0-0 6. Totals 2219-24 70. Rockford Boylan — York 0 0-0 0, A. Morman 3 00 6, Opheim 8 2-418, Valentine 6 2-215, Edwards 2 0-0 5, Rlggs 4 5-714, Zackery 1 0-1 2, Casper 1 3-4 5, Totals 25 12-18 67. Rock. Boylan 14 20 18 15 —67 Elgin 15 22 17 16 —70 3-poinl baskets: Elg: AWIIIIanis 4, Howse 2, Red- burg; RB: AMorman 2, Valentine. Edwards, Riggs. At Aurora East NEUQUA VALLEY 66, BAflTL^T SI Neuqua Valley — Brown 1 3-4 5, Wilklns 12-24, Raridon 4 4-4 14, Evans 81-217, Pawelskl 4 2-3 11, Miskel 0 0-0 0, Jordan 3 2-2 8, Sutton 0 0-0 0, Keeler 3 2-2 10, Smith 0 0-0 0, Shonkwiler 0 0-0 0, Waeghe 0 0-0 0, Wagner 0 0-0 0, Totals 24161969. Bartlett — Uttle 3 4-4 11, Cleope 0 0-0 0, Hrynyk 2 3-3 7, Labedskl 4 2-211, Janton 71-3 15. Selvaggi 1 0-0 3, Banks 1 0-2 2, Randell 1 0-0 2, Coleman 1 0-0 2, Smith 0 0-0 0, Rodzkowlak 0 0-0 0, Sanchez 0 0-0 0, Rendall 0 0-0 0, Totals 20101453. Bartlett 12 16 12 13 -63 Neuqua Valley 21 8 20 20 —69 3-pointbaskets: NV: Raridon 2, Keeler 2, Pawelskl; Bart Uttle, Labedskl, Selvaggi. Fouled out Bart: Uttle. At Evaraton Twp. Evanston Twp. 50, Hersey 38 At Proviso East Mt. Carmel 58, Whitney Young 52 At Richards Richards 70, Lyons 57 Supereectlonals Tuesday, March 11 At Chicago State University Neuqua Valley vs. Richards, 7:30 p.m. At DeKalb (NIU) Elgin vs. Zion-Benton, 8 p.m. At Hoffman Estates (Sears Centre) Evanston vs. Mt. Carmel, 7:30 p.m. At Normal (ISU) O'Fallon vs. Lockport, 7:30 p.m. Class 3A At Antioch NORTH CHICACO 71, GUERIN 86 Guerin — Jackson 21-26, Downen 8 3-6 19. J. Holmes 1 2-2 4, Johnson 8 0-0 21, Boiling 01-21, Bullock 3 2-3 9, Garcia 2 2-2 6, M. Holmes 0 0-0 0, Gonzalez 0 0-0 0. Totals 2411-17 66. North Chicago — Ford 7 2-217, Wilson 6 2-714, Terrell 64-616, Chambliss 5 9-12 20, Collins 0 00 0, Conner 1 0-0 2, Hennlng 0 0-0 0, Wright 0 0-0 0, Peterson 1 0-0 2, Packard 0 0-0 0, Simpson 0 020. Totals 2617-29. Guerin 12 26 11 17—66 No. Chicago 21 IS 16 IB —71 3-poinl baskets: Gue: Johnson 5, Jackson, Bullock; NChl: Ford, Chambliss. Fouled out: Gue: Jackson, Bullock. AlFreeport STERUNQ47,|«|«TLjr4t Sterling — Johnson 3 3-4 11, Berirand 4 2-3 10, Anderson 0 0-0 0, Rivera 1 2-4 4, Gaumer 1 4-5 6, Hadley 4 0-0 10, Feldthouse 0 0-0 0, Frilsch 3 0-0 6. Totals 1611-16 47. Huntley — Giordano 1 2-2 4, Qulntero 1 2-5 4, Neukirch 2 0-0 4, DePorter 0 4-4 4, Regan 2 0-2 5, Boster 64-4 20, Pettil 0 0-0 0, Ortiz 0 0-0 0. Totals 1212-1741. Staling 13 1Q 7 17 —47 Huntley 12 0 18 11 —41 3-point baskets: Strl: Johnson 2, Hadley 2; Hntl: Boster 4, Regan At Rivers!de-Brookfield MARSHALL 71, ST. FHSHfitS&J . SI Francis — Purdom 4 0-010, McCoy 7 2-2 22, Palash 4 1-2 10, McMahon 41-29, Vonderhaa; 1 4-6 6, Howe 0 0-0 0, Ferguson 01-21, Paulson 0 0-0 0, McGuIre 0 0-0 0, Munoz 0 0-0 0, Pierce 0 000. Totals 20 9-14 58. Marshall — Thomas 0 0-0 0, Harris 2 0-0 4, Smith 5 4-415, McKnight 4 0-110, Tyler 2 2-2 6, Lee 41-29, Davis 41-211, Simmons 3 3-4 9, Hare 31-2 7. Totals 2712-1771. St Francis 8 14 17 19 —68 Marshall 14 16 19 22 —71 3-polnt baskets: Slf: McCoy 6, Purdom 2, Palash. Mrshl: McKnight 2, Smith. Tuesday, March 11 At Chicago State University Simeon vs. Thornton Fractional North, 6 p.m. At DeKalb (NIU) Sterling vs. Washington, 6 p.m. At Hoffman Estates (Seers Centre) North Chicago vs. Chicago Marshall, 6 p.m. At Springfield (Prairie Capitol Center) Ml. Vernon vs. Champaign Central, 7:30 p.m. IHSA State Semifinals At Carver Arena, Peoria Class 2A PEORIA. MANUAL 53, EAST RICHLAND 47 Peoria Manual — Washington 51-411. Crowder 1 2-4 4, K.Brown 1 0-0 2, March 4 0-010, Gulley 4 2-211, Augusta 11 -2 3, Jackson 2 00 5. Jordan 3 1-2 7, S.Brown 0 0-0 0. Totals 21 7-14 53. East Richland — Berry 6 0-0 12, Dunn 0 0-0 0, Thomann 6 5-717, Miller 07-107, McDowell 2 00 4, Kermicle 1 4-5 7. Totals 1516-22 47. p-Manual 17 11 17 8-63 E-Rlchland 7 13 9 18 —47 3-polnt baskets: PM: March 2, Gulley, Jackson; ER: Kermlde. NORTH LAWNQAUM?, n«cHiimuj44 North Lawndale—not available. «... . Pinckneyville — Hicks 2 0-0 5, Priebe 1 0-0 2, GillS TKIOK Cassity64-616,Woodstlde40-011,Rushlng30- **"'* "«""» 0 6, Hardln 00-00, Logan 11 -2 4, Sims 0 0-0 0, Steele 00-00. Totals 17 5-9 44. N. Lawndale 20 8 9 10 —47 Pinckneyville 19 7 12 6—44 3-polnt baskets:. Fouled out. Saturday's games Third place game East Richland vs. Pinckneyville, 6:30 p.m. Championship Peoria Manual vs. North Lawndale, 8:15 p.m. Class 1A 3200 Relay — 1. Schaumburg 8:42.0; 400 relay — 1. Aurora West 1:10.2; 3200 — 1. Thayer (NaC) 9:51.0; 55 high hurdles — 1. King (Osw) 7.91:55 — 1. Hackler (Sch) 6.76, 800 — 1. Couch (Nacl; BOO relay — ; 400 — 1. Knight (AW) :53.52, 2. Vergara (Sch) :54.91; 1600 — 1. Lesiewicz (Sch) 4:33.0, 5. Ruiz (Sch) 4:50.0; 200—1. Basedekis (Sch) :24.65; 1600 relay — 1. Aurora West 3:45.85,2. Schaumburg 3:51.21; long Jump — 1. Vincent (AW) 21-3.5,6. Hackler (Sch) 17-8.5; high lump — 1. King (AW) 6-0; triple jump — 1. Winston (AW) 43-8.5; shot put — 1. Cretin (AW) 50-7, 4. Borjas ISch) 45-5; pole vault — 1. Wlldeman (NV) 13-0.5,5. Bandurskl (Sch) 10-0. Frosh — Neuqua Valley 169, Aurora West 54, Schaumburg 43, Naperville Centria 41, Oswego 26. Boys water polo ROUND MEADOWS 9, MAINE EAST 3. Maine East 0120—3 Rolling Meadows 2124-9 Maine East — Gazlay, Dragusin, Amin. Rolling Meadows — McCarthy 6, Wenlzel, Atkins, Morrissey. Goalkeepers — ME: Hmjack, Yousis; RM: Powell. HIGHLAND PARK INVITATIONAL TEAM SCORES Highland Park 93, Mundeleln 84, Deerfield 79, Niles West 62, Nlles North 48, Loyola 46, Antioch 17, St. Viators. — 1. Mellado (Frm) 9-0,2.(T) Elherington (Bar) 8-6, Johnston (Bar) 8-6. YORK INVITATIONAL Oak Park 86, Palatine 59.5, York 57.5, Mother McAuley41. INDIVIDUAL PLACEWINNERS 4x800 Relay — 1. York 9:43.1,2. Palatine 9:46.9; 400 relay —; 3200 — 1. Mclnlosh (Pal) 11:45.8, 2. Arista (York) 11:46.6; 300 — 1. Sterk (MMc) :43.1,2. Saenz (York) :44.9,3. Oulnnett (Pal) :45.8; 55 high hurdles — 1. Waterford (OP) 8.7, 2. Flanagan (Pall 9.7, 4. Anderson (Pal) 10.5; 65 — 1. Kwakwa (OP) 7.2, 2. Pitts (OP| 7.3; 800 — 1 Hurley (MMc) 2:27.0,2. Campbell (York) 2:30.3,4. Dlbuz (Pal) 2:32.0; 4x200 relay — 1. Oak Park 1:49.9, 3. York 1:53.8, 4. Palatine 1:55.0; 400 — 1. Huster (York) 1:04.1, 2. Saenz (York) 1:04.6; 1600 — 1. Rack (OP) 5:11.3,2. Frigo (York) 5:26.4, 3. Standrldge (Pal) 5:31.2; 200 — 1. Kwakwa (OP) :26.7, 3. Bach (Pal) :27.5; 4x400 relay — 1. York 4:18.9, 3. Palatine 4:26.1; long Jump — 1. Pitts (OP) 18-0.5,2. Millin (Pal) 16-0.5; Ngh jump — 1. Anderson (Pal) 4-10,4. Mo.Platt (York) 4-4; triple jump — 1. Waterford (OP) 32-7.5,3. Leffield (York) 30-8.75, 4. Koczur (Pal) 29-10; shot put — 1. Shephard (Pal) 38-8,3. Orris (Pal) 36-9,4. Macfabe (Pal) 34-6. 5. Battistonl (York) 31-5; pole vault — 1. Yeske (OP) 10-3,3. Harahan (Pal) 8-0,4. Weinberg (Pal) 7-6. Glils water poto SCORES ! Vemon Hills 11, Buffalo Grove 9 (OT). ST.AN«E«,UWISTpvy)j46 Lewlstown — Valencia 5 0-0 12, Slshop 4 4-6 12, Flaharty 3 0-0 9, Q.Hatfill 1 0-0 2, C.Kattill 3 2-4 8. Parrish 1 0-0 2, Shelby 0 0-0 0, Burrows 0 0-0 0. Totals 17 6-10 45. St Anne — Peden 2 0-0 5, Mason 0 0-0 0, Bur- dunlce 8 1 1-14 27, Thomas 0 0-0 0, Fleming 3 2-4 9, Davis 43-511, DeWitt 00-00, Springer 0 0-0 0, Morgan 0 0-0 0. Totals 17 16-23 52. Lewlstown 8 9 10 18 —45 SLAnne 8 11 14 19 -62 3-poinl baskets: Ltwn: Valencal 2, Flaharty 3; SIA: Peden, Fleming. 4x800 Relay — 1. Deerfield 10:44, 2. Mundelein 10:44.3; 4x160 relay — 1. Nlles North 1:32.4, 2. _ . Mundeleln 1:33.0; 4x1600 — 1. Highland Park Affia eVBfllS 23:59.0, 3. Mundeleln 25:09.0; 50 high hurdle """* «"*"'** shuttle — 1. Highland Park :34.6, 5. Mundeleln Saturday, March 8 :37.7; sprint medley — 1. Deerfield 1:35.3, 2. Mundeleln 1:36.4; mid distance — 1. Loyola 3:54.5,4. Mundeleln 3:42.3; distance medley — 1. Highland Park 14:03.0, 2. Mundeleln 14:20.3; class 4x400 — 1. Mundeleln (Zenner, Norman, Revedo, Dawson) 4:39.9; 4x400 — 1. Mundeleln (Goldman, Callahan, B.ZelinsW, Zinn) 4:36.3; long jump — 1. Highland Park 43-6.5,2. Mundeleln 43-4; high lump — 1. Nlles West 13-9, 2. Mundeleln, 13-8; triple jump — 1. Highland Park 93-7.5, 5. St Viator 87-5.5; shot put — 1. Nlles North 95-0. 5. Mundelein 76-2; pole vault — 1. Highland Park 25-0,5. Antioch. ROLLING MEADOWS INVITATIONAL IHSA Stale Semifinals At Carver Arean, Peoria Class 2A Third place game, 6:30 p.m. Championship, 8:15 p.m. Class 1A Third place game, noon Championship, 1:45 p.m. At Jacobs Elgin 70, Rockford Boylan 67 At Aurora East Neuqua Valley 56, Bartlett 51 AtBantnston Zlon-Benlon 54, Schaumburg 41 At eioomlngton U.S. CaUular CoUswm O'Fallon 57/Edwardsville 55 aT**™ At Bloom TWO. Lockport Twp. 58, Bloom Twp. 45 OT At Antioch North Chicago 71, Guerin 66 AtCentralla Mt.Vemon49,Cahokla39 AtEnglewood Simeon 72. Leo 51 AtFreepgrt Sterling 47, Huntley 41 AtGafesowg Washington 84, Geneseo 46 At ML Zion Champaign Central 65, Eisenhower 63 At Rich South Thornton Fractional North 43, Tinley Park 35 M«Bhall 71, Whealon St. Francis 58 Supwssctonals Warrensburg-Lalhara — Boyd 5 1-2 12, Yeakley 30-17, Wright 0 0-0 0, Butts 0 0-1 0, Warnsley 5 2-2 12, Gulp 1 0-0 2, Beery 0 0-0 0, Ainhenbaogh 0 0-0 0, Bird 0 0-0 0, Totals 14 3-3 33. Nokomis — Spears 0 4-4 4, W.Kimbro 4 4-6 12, Cheek 21-25, T.Kimtjro 00-00, Bertollno 3 2-2 9, Jachino 2 2-7 6, Wood 0 0-0 0. Totals 11 13-21 36. W-Utham 6 7 11 9-33 Nokomfe 11 7 9 9 —36 3-polnt baskets: WL: Boyd, Yeakley; StA: Bertollno. Saturday's games Third place game Lewlstown vs. Warrensburg-Latham, 11 a.m. Championship St. Anne vs. Nokomis, 12:45 p.m. TEAMSHWES Barrington 172.0, Fremd 110.0, Rolling Meadows 82.0, Plalnlleld Central 62.5. Oak Forest 16.0, Streamwood 13.0. Boys track OSWE6Q INVITATIONAL Aurora West 93, Naperville Central 88, Neuqua Valley 52, Schaumburg 48, Oswego 46. 3200 Relay — 1. Barrington 10:18.1. 2. Fremd 11:01.3; 4-lap relay — 1. Barrington 1:23.8, 2. PlainlieW Central 1:27.9,3. Fremd 1:28.2; 3200 — 1. Tracy (Bar) 11:43.4, 2. Vrshek (RM) 12:27.5, 3. Brindlse (Bar) 12:28.9; 55 high hurdles — 1. Glanlz (Bar) 6.9,3. Jademolm (Bar) 9.2+; 55 — 1. Noiaro (Frm) 7.6,2. J.Schnack (Bar) 7.7; 800 — 1. Lean* 9Bar) 2:24.3, 2. Lashaway (Frm) 2:38.6, 3. Gastfleld (RM) 2:41.9; 400—1. J.Schnack (Bar) 1:03.2, 2. Szabo (RMO 1:06.9, 3. Prlvatsky (Bar) 1:07.9; 1600-1 Whowell (RM) 5:227,2. Josifl (RM) 5:30.1. 3. Blngham (Bar) 5:38.9; 200 — 1. Jaderholm (Bar) :28.0. 2. J.Schnack (Bar) :28.5; 1600 relay — 1. Ba/rlnglon 4:16.6, 2. Rolling Meadows 4:37,3,3. Fremd 4:39.2; tang Jump — 1. Nptaro (Frm) 16-4, 2. Bach (Bar) 14-10.5, 3. McKenzle (Frm) 14-4.5; high jump — 1. Morgano (PC) 5-0,2. Fullerton (Frm) 4-10,3. McCarthy (Frm) 4-8; triple lump — 1. Ru!*jFrm) 33-9.25,2. Madden (Bar) 32-5,3. Htlbert |RM) 31 -7; shot put — 1. Streu (RM) 37-11,2. Grueber (RM) 33-3; pole vault "Foerch" Invitational (PalaUne), 10 a.m. Hersey, Naperville Central at liberty*, 10 a.m. MXSTMK ..... --«.^L;. Argo Invitational (Vemon Hills), 10 a.m. Glenbrook North Invitational (Mundeleln, Wauconda), 10a.m. Oak Park-River Forest quad (Leyden), 9 a.m. SL Charles East Mtabonal (Lakes), 10 am Grant at Byron, 1 p.m. BWSWATEB.KIM Glenbrook South Manorial (Hersey, Ubeityville Palatine. Prospect, St Viator), TBA 6BWW4C* Glenbrook North Invitational (Mundeleln, Waucoci- Hln'sdaje Central Invitational (Grayclake North), St Charles East Invitational (Lakes), 10 a,m. Grant at Byron, 8:30 «.m. ** /. .,, Loyola Round Robin (Fremd). 9 afli New Trier Invitational (St Valor), 1 p.m.

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