December 26, 2012 9:26PM
Updated: January 28, 2013 3:39PM
Stagg 63, Highland Park 44: Brandon Krowitz had 17 points for the Giants at Hinsdale South.
St. Viator 80, Libertyville 60: For Libertyville, Jack Lipp had 25 points and eight boards on Day 1 of the Wheeling tourney.
Stevenson 56, Hinsdale Central 54: Sophomore Jalen Brunson hit a 17-footer with 3.4 seconds left to break the tie for the Pats. Connor Cashaw had 20 points in the win.
North Chicago 63, Chilicothe IVC 49: At Bloomington/Normal, the Warhawks (11-1) got 28 points and 13 rebounds from Big Kurt Hall.
Zion-Benton 77, Johnsburg 67: The Bees are 1-1 in pool play at Jacobs after this win.
Niles North 71, Vernon Hills 57: Nate Rathod had 15 points for the Cougars at the Wheeling tourney.
Libertyville 62, Grant 33: Dana Kym and Olivia Meyer combined for 25 points as the Cats won on Day 1 of the Mundelein tourney. Kakylie Kanzler had seven points for Grant.
Grayslake Central 40, Niles North 25: The Rams are 2-0 at the Warren tourney. Morgan Dahlstrom had 12 points in the win.
Lake Forest 40, Wheeling 31: Annie Keller had 14 points and Brooke Green 10 in the win.
Carmel 45, Palatine 36: Emma Rappe had 10 points in the win.
Warren 38, Deerfield 34: The Blue Devils (8-5 overall) held off the Warriors on Day 2 of their own holiday tourney as Alyssa Phillips had 12 points and 13 rebounds. Deerfield was led by freshman Margot Sylvan who had 18 points. “I’m proud of the girls. Itw as a good team win,” said Warren coach John Stanczykiewicz. “We don’t always shoot the ball well (13-of-39 in the game), but we have greats confidence in our defense. Phillips and (Kristin) Jacobs controlled the game tonight and did a nice job getting rebounds.” the coach also praised the work of Rachel Brown a at the point. Deerfield close to 30-29 with 4:23 left on a basket by Sylvan. But Sami Jo Nixon bombed home a three-ball and then made a layup to secure the win. Deerfield hit a three-pointer at the buzzer. — P.J. Bonato
Antioch 49, Chicago Christian 30: The Sequoits outscored their opponents 24-9 in the fourth quarter to win on Day 1 of the Lisle tourney. Antioch forced 43 turnovers. Megan Borries had 13 of her 15 points in the second half. Alex Fracek had 11 boards and Paige Gallimore seven.