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11/21/2012 11:05:00 AM
Roundup: IVCC basketball sweeps McHenry

NT Sports Staff

Princeton graduate and IVCC sophomore Michael Murray had 23 points, seven rebounds, four assists and three steals Tuesday to help the Eagles to a 76-64 victory over McHenry in a non-conference game in Oglesby.
Sophomore Perry Adams put up 20 points and grabbed seven rebounds, while St. Bede alumnus Alec Schwab added 12 points, seven rebounds, four assists and four steals for IVCC (5-1).

IVCC 81, McHenry 58
Freshman Shareita Patton scored a team-high 20 points Tuesday to help the Lady Eagles to a non-conference victory in Oglesby.
Patton was one of five IVCC players in double figures along with Arnisha Thomas (15), Brooke Johnson (13), Ottawa graduate Aysa Williams (12) and Joselynn Castelli (11).
The Lady Eagles (6-0) led 41-22 at halftime.

Henry 39, United 29
The Mallards earned their first victory of the season at the Williamsfield Turkey Tournament on Tuesday.
Nathan Helle scored a game-high 16 points for Henry (1-1), while Trent Richards added 12 points.

At Seneca
Hall and Marquette each suffered losses Tuesday on the second day of the Seneca Thanksgiving Turkey Tournament.
Brett Fanning scored a game-high 24 points, but it wasn’t enough for the Red Devils to hold off a Somonauk rally in a 58-50 loss.
Hall led 29-28 at halftime and 41-38 entering the fourth quarter.
Marquette, missing two starters due to injury, fell 61-29 to Seneca in the Crusaders’ season opener.
Michael Sypniewski scored a team-high 12 points for Marquette, which trailed 28-18 at halftime and was outscored 26-7 in the third quarter.

At Wethersfield
Putnam County and Bureau Valley both suffered its first loss of the season Tuesday at the Wally Keller Invitational.
The Panthers fell 62-43 to Annawan, while the Storm lost 60-56.
Harold Fay led PC in scoring with 16 points, while Cody Veronda and Xavier Warren each added nine points for PC (1-1), which fell behind 18-7 after the first quarter and 32-19 at halftime.
Parker Neuhalfen paced the Storm with a game-high 17 points. Frank Gebeck and Tommy Johnston each scored 10 points for BV (1-1), which was outscored 23-19 in the fourth quarter.

Polo 82, LaMoille-Ohio 59
Brandon Morris scored 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds Tuesday as the Lions fell on the second day of the Ashton-Franklin Center Turkey Tournament.
Josh Gross added 15 points for L-O (0-2), which had 34 turnovers.

At Ottawa
The La Salle-Peru boys and girls teams each beat rival Ottawa on Tuesday in a Northern Illinois Big 12 Conference match.
The Cavalier boys won 3,295-3,121.
A.J. Angelico led the Pirates with a 618 series, which included a high game of 231. Ryan Glasner added a 225 game for Ottawa.
In the girls match, Jessica Temple rolled a 535 series to lead the Lady Cavaliers to a 2,789-2,709 victory. Larissa Kmetz added a 205 game for L-P.
Natalie Conrad led the Lady Pirates with a 520 series, which included a 180 high game. Kayla Guenther added a 183 game for Ottawa.

Hall 2,871, Mendota 2,603
Kaitlyn Padgett bowled a 580 series Tuesday, including a 213 high game, to help the Hall girls team to a non-conference victory over Mendota on the road.
Cherokee Gillispie added a 521 series for the Lady Red Devils.
Michaela DeLong led the Lady Trojans with a 486 series.

Prophetstown 65, Bureau Valley 14
Nicole Bornsheuer scored eight points Tuesday as the Storm fell in a Three Rivers Athletic Conference game on the road.

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