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Local Sports Roundup 11/21/10
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

GALESBURG GIRLS THANKSGIVING TOURNAMENT

Alleman 41, Knoxville 37
Dunlap 57, LeRoy 29
Springfield 62, United Township 25
United Township 55, Dunlap 47
Springfield 90, Galesburg 62
Jessica Howard led the Streaks (1-2) with 17 points.

GALESBURG GIRLS SOPHOMORE THANKSGIVING TOURNAMENT

Springfield 71, Galesburg 49
Sharon Diggins led the Streaks with 12 points.

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

The season, and undefeated streak, are over for the Lewistown Indians. The Indians lost to Lena-Winslow Saturday at home, during the IHSA Class 1A football tournament 22-7. Lena-Winslow will play Tuscola in the finals, after they beat Mount Sterling Brown County 17-10 in Overtime Saturday.

OTHER SCORES

Class 3A: Illini West 30, Mt. Carmel 14 (Illini West now takes on Stillman Valley)
Class 4A: Rock Island Alleman 19, Sandwich 0 (Alleman takes on Rochester)
Class 5A: Chatham Glenwood 42, Peoria Richwoods 13 (Chatham Glenwood takes on Lombard Montini)

HIGH SCHOOL SWIMMING AND DIVING

Winnetka New Trier took top honors at the IHSA State Girls Swimming and Diving meet at Evanston Township.

COLLEGE CROSS COUNTRY

Monmouth College senior Mary Kate Beyer (East Peoria, Ill./East Peoria) can now add cross country All-American to her resume.

Running at the NCAA National Championships in Waverly, Iowa, Saturday, Beyer clocked a 21:35.9 to place 20th, becoming the first Fighting Scot woman to earn All-American honors in cross country. The senior had already made Monmouth history by becoming the first woman and only the second cross country runner ever at Monmouth to qualify for the National Championships three times.

AREA COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Carl Sandburg College's women (2-3) went on the road to McHenry County College and posted a 61-43 win Saturday afternoon in a NJCAA Region IV matchup. The Chargers led 31-17 at the half and led by as many as 21 in the second half. CSC was led by Diamond Burt with 16 points. McHenry had Megan Martinez 18 points and Jenae Taylor 10 reach double figures.

CSC hosts John Wood Community College Tuesday night with a tip time of 5:30pm.

The Carl Sandburg men (5-2) lost at Lincoln College Saturday afternoon 86-66. Sandburg was down 39-31 at the half. Robert Hearn led the way for Sandburg with 19 points, followed by Nate Caldwell with 15 and Jeff Todd added 11. Carl Sandburg will play at home Tuesday night against John Wood College at 7:30pm.
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