December 30, 2012 4:48PM
Updated: February 1, 2013 6:16AM
Walther Lutheran 46, Antioch 45: In the third-place game at Lisle, Alex Fracek had eight rebounds in the contest, as well as four assists. Paige Gallimore had 20 points and six rebounds, earning her a spot on the tournament’s all-tournament team. Borries scored 11 points. The Sequoits had 3 shots in the paint in the waning seconds of the game but couldn’t convert. Antioch’s 12-6.
Vernon Hills 50, Cary-Grove 47: The Cougars remained unbeaten on the season as they beat the Trojans for the second time in three days at the Mundelein tourney. Sydney Smith had 14 oints, and Brie Bahlmann contributed 15 points, four rebounds and three steals.
Lake Zurich 61, Hersey 50: At the Pekin tourney, Lake Zurich finished 2-2 with this win. Brad Krukse had 13 points and John Repplinger 11 in the win.
Streamwood 64, Libertyville 51: With this loss, the Wildcats finished 1-3 and 14th in the 16-team Wheeling tourney. Jack Deichl and Jack Lipp each scored 20 points for Libertyville, but the rest of the team was 4-for-18 from the field.
Palatine Fremd 47, Carmel 35: The Corsairs finished 1-3 and eighth in the Wheeling tourney after losing this game. Chris Duff had 12 points and Cullen Bar seven for Carmel.
Prospect 49, Vernon Hills 33: The Cougars finished 1-3 in the Wheeling tourney. Stephen Curry had 16 points in defeat.
Barrington 62, Lakes 59: Lakes went 3-2 and finished fourth in the Jacobs tourney. In Saturday’s third-place game, Lakes’ Troy Swindle missed a three-pointer at the buzzer for the tie after Barrington broke a 59-59 tie with a three-point play in the closing seconds. lLakes (12-5) led 33-31 at halftime but Barrington (10-7) tied it up at 36-36 with 6:42 to play in the third. The Eagles responded with an 11-2 run highlighted by a pair of three-point plays the old-fashioned way by Jake Kohler (16 points). The Broncos got right back in it, closing the quarter with a 10-2 run to cut the deficit to 49-48. Direll Clark led the Eagles with 18 points while Andrew Spencer added 10. “We just didn’t come out to play,” Clark said. “From the get-go, we weren’t ready. But we had the lead and then we laid off and they started hitting everything.”
Zion-Benton 57, Cary-Grove 46: The Zee-Bees went 4-1 at the Jacobs tourney and placed ninth overall out of 16 teams.
Antioch 48, Harvard 34: The Sequoits got a win on the final day of the Marengo tourney.
Highland Park 33, Rolling Meadows 25: The Giants finished 2-2 at the Hinsdale South tourney.
Morgan Park 67, Stevenson 52: The Pats lost in the semis at Proviso West to the team favored to win the IHSA Class 3A state title. Jalen Brunson paced Stevenson with 17 points.
Brother Rice 51, Lake Forest 50: In the finals at Hinsdale South, Cal Kennedy scored eight points — including two threes — in the final minute-and-a-half to help the Crusaders hold off Lake Forest (10-3).