SANDWICH — The Sandwich Lady Indians edged the Serena Lady Huskers 49-44 in a nonconference girls basketball contest Tuesday night.
Sandwich (7-1) led 13-11 after one quarter, 24-17 at the half and 36-29 through three periods of play.
Josie Ness scored 13 points and Jaylynn Vana a dozen to lead the Lady Indians.
Elly Kuhn and Katie Baker each had 11 points for Serena. Taylor Staton had 10 rebounds. Baker also had six assists and four steals.
Seneca 51, Somonauk 23
At Seneca, the Lady Irish beat the Lady Bobcats in a nonconference game.
Seneca (6-2) led 17-6 after one quarter, 30-13 at the half and 45-14 through three periods of play.
Mara Bruno scored 15 points to lead the Lady Irish. Maddie Bromberek added 13 points.
Maggie Roberts had 15 points for Somonauk (2-7).
Fieldcrest 41, Putnam County 33
At Minonk, the Knights (9-0) defeated the Lady Panthers in a nonconference matchup.
Ella Goodrich scored 15 points, swiped eight steals and grabbed six rebounds to lead Fieldcrest. Ashlyn May and Nevada Park added eight points apiece.
Morris 52, Sandwich 47 (2 OT)
At Morris, the Indians (0-7, 0-2) were defeated in two overtimes by the Redskins in an Interstate Eight Conference contest.
Ridgeview 72, Flanagan-Cornell 35
At Flanagan, the Falcons were beaten by the Mustangs in a Heart of Illinois Conference game.
Ridgeview led 22-13 after one quarter, 37-17 at the half and 58-27 through three periods.
Tyler Harms had 19 points for Flanagan-Cornell.
Serena 54, Amboy 35
At Serena on Monday, the Huskers built a 25-point halftime advantage (34-9) to propel them to the nonconference win over the Clippers.
Tony Pusateri scored a dozen points and Jack Rogers 11 to lead Serena.
Seneca 37, East Aurora 33
Seneca 55, Wilmington 24
At Wilmington, the Fighting Irish edged the Tomcats and defeated the Wildcats in a nonconference triangular meet.
Posting wins for Seneca against Class 3A East Aurora were Luke Sangston at 106 pounds, Ben Virgo (120), Owen Feiner (126), Collin Wright (138), Brett Yegge (145), Joey Hatz (152) and Gavin Robertson (182).
Notching victories versus Wilmington were Sangston (106), Jaden Casey (113), Dominick Griffin (120), Feiner (126), Wilson Widman (132), Yegge (138), Hatz (152), Isaac Marques (160), Robertson (182) and Gavin Mason (220).
Sophomore boys basketball
Ottawa 61, Kaneland 30
At Maple Park, Aaron Threadgill scored 16 points and Luke Cushing 15 to lead the Corsairs to the I-8 win. Dillon Bailey contributed 10 points, dished out five assists and swiped seven steals.
Streator 51, Wilmington 17
At Wilmington, the Bulldogs used a big second quarter to pull away to the ICE victory. The offense was spearheaded by Cade Stevens (10 points), Jake Luckey (10 points), Nolan Barr (eight points), Tyler Luckey (six points) and Blake Ewing (six points).
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