Landis notches triple-double in victory

January 13, 2018

Whatever Beecher needed, Margaret Landis was there to do in Beecher’s 47-24 victory over Illinois Lutheran.

She finished with 12 points, 11 rebounds and 10 steals to led the Bobcats in victory, and Kaylie Sippel scored 11 points.

The Bobcats are 10-12 on the season.

Trinity 66, HSRC 14

Allie Battrell led the Eagles with 10 pints and four assists in the Eagles’ victory.

The win pushes the Eagles’ record to 18-2.

Plano 58, Manteno 38

Maddie Lacer was the high-scorer for the Panthers with 14 points and seven rebounds. McKenna Skyberg finished with eight points and a game-high 17 rebounds.

Manteno stands at 4-12 on its season.

Sandwich 34, Reed-Custer 27

Amber Duran led the Comets with 12 points. Jaden Christian and Karina Marrs each had six points.

The Comets are now 9-12 on their season.


Momence 52, Central 36

Matti Lanie erupted for 40 points in Momence’s Sangamon Valley Conference win against Central on Thursday in front of a home crowd.

The senior guard came out firing on all cylinders, scoring 17 points in the first quarter alone. Momence ended the first with a 23-1 lead, and it was elementary from that point forward.

Caitlin Gerdes scored nine points for the Comets, and Cassidy Gerdes chipped in seven points.

The win pulled Momence back to even on the year at 10-10, and Central dropped to 5-12.

Watseka 54, Cissna Park 39

The Warriors still are perfect at 21-0 on the season after a commanding win against the rival Timberwolves.

Emily Bunting led all scorers with 11 points for Watseka. Magan Harris and Mallory Drake added 10 points apiece, and Summer Cramer chipped in nine.

Gabby Wessels and Jasmine Stock shared the scoring lead for Cissna Park, with 10 points each, as the team dropped to 13-7 on the season.

Trinity 55, Calumet Christian 29

Jasmyne Stewart piled up 32 points as the Eagles dissected Calumet Christian to improve to 18-2 on the season.

Lexie McCleary led Trinity on the glass with eight rebounds, and Ashley Harwood picked up four steals. The win improves the Eagles’ Illinois Christian Conference record to a spotless 9-0.

Donovan 37, St. Anne 28

St. Anne sophomore Megan Stegall’s team-high nine points weren’t enough to stave off a River Valley Conference loss.

The win improved the Wildcats to 3-13 on the season, and the loss dropped the Cardinals to 5-11 overall.

Beecher 39, Grant Park 24

In other RVC action, the Bobcats picked up a comfortable win against Grant Park to improve to 5-1 in the conference.

Cierra Welch led the way for Beecher with a game-high 11 points.

Armstrong-Potomac 40, Milford 34

The Bearcats fell back to .500 at 9-9 with a loss to Armstrong Potomac.

Emily Duis led the team with 14 points, and Kaylee Warren and Emma Morts added seven each.