The Princeton girls basketball team used a fourth-quarter comeback to pull off a 37-35 win over Henry Monday night at John C. Anderson Gymnasium in Henry.
The Tigresses trailed 28-23 entering the fourth quarter, but outscored the Lady Mallards 14-7 over the final eight minutes to claim the non-conference win.
McCaela May led PHS (6-19) with 12 points. Emmalee Sears added nine points and Zoe Mead had eight for the Tigresses.
Emma Cluskey led Henry with 12 points.
LaMoille-Ohio 63, DePue 21
Lady Lion senior Shiela Browning led the way with 14 points as the co-op cruised to a non-conference win over the Lady Little Giants in Ohio.
Stefanie Ridge added 11 points for L-O, while Elizabeth Geuther grabbed a team-high 19 rebounds and Brittany Chasteen added 17 boards of her own.
Lindsey Werkau led DePue with nine points.
Hall 39, Streator 32
The Lady Red Devils jumped on Streator for a 24-15 lead after the first half and held on after intermission for the non-conference win Monday night in Streator.
Ellen Herrmann led Hall with 10 points, her sister Beca Herrmann added nine points, and Jacquie Wallaert chipped in eight for the victory.
Fieldcrest 63, Midland 49
The Lady Knights doubled up Midland 34-17 in the first half and coasted to the win after the break in the non-conference tilt Monday in Minonk.
Haley Ruestman led Fieldcrest with 22 points and tied Tessa Holland for the team lead with seven rebounds. Holland added 16 points for the double-double while Julia Jochums chipped in 12 point for the Lady Knights.
Both Leland-Earlville and LaMoille fell in their openers Monday at the Little Ten Conference Tournament.
The No. 6 seed Panthers dropped a 65-40 loss to No. 3 seed Indian Creek, while the eight-seeded Lions were edged out 51-49 by No. 9 seed Hiawatha.