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Local Sports Roundup -- 11/16/9
High School Girls Basketball

@ Lady Cranberry Classic:

West Central - 29, Mercer County - 21

Luci Lox had 10 points for West Central. Mercer County's Haley Maynard also had 10 points.

Rowva - 59, Abingdon - 55

Kelsey Kovacik led three Tigers in double figure scoring with 17 points. Sarah DeSchepper added 14 and Marysa Remick had 11. Cordan Jones scored a game-high 24 for Abingdon and Melissa Von Kannon had 16.

@ Macomb Tournament:

Knoxville beat Havana 55-48 in OT. The Blue Bullets shut out the Ducks 7-0 in the extra period. Hannah Weedman had 18 points to lead Knoxville. Abby Ball added 17.

@ Fulton County Tournament (Table Grove):

Canton beat Farmington 48-39. Mallory Moser scored 12 points for Canton. Rachel Stobaugh had 13 for Farmington.

South Fulton defeated North Fulton 57-52. Tiffany Churchill scored 21 points for South Fulton and Carly Beebe had 17. Kelsey Hanlin had 16 points and Meredith Beoletto 14 for North Fulton.

@ Temple's Tip-Off Classic (Geneseo):

Annawan beat Fulton 76-23


Brimfield downed Princeville 67-51

>Tuesday night:

@ Galesburg Thanksgiving Tournament:

Galesburg takes on Illini West at 7:00/6:40 pregame coverage on WGIL AM 1400

Men's College Basketball

Knox College lost its season opener against Cornell 85-64.

Freshman Ian Horvath led the Prairie Fire (0-1) with 19 points. Sophomore Ben Wetherbee added 15 and junior Matt Goedecke had 13.


Carl Sandburg College beat the Eureka College junior varsity team 93-67.

The Chargers (3-3) had six players score in double figures, led by DT Thornton's 15 points and 11 rebounds. Quincy native Justin Sharp contributed 13 points and 9 rebounds while Isiah Cunningham and Jo-Paul Jones each had 12 points for CSC.

The Chargers which shot a blistering 57% in the game, including 10-of-17 from three-point range, while holding Eureka to 37% shooting.
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