in rematch in overtime In a rematch of last year's
championship game, the Rockridge Rockets repeat as
champions after defeating Metamora, 54-51, in overtime.
Metamora (11-1) scored the games first eight points
forcing Rockridge (13-0) to play catch-up. With just
under 5:00 to play in the opening half, the Rockets
finally did when tournament MVP Bryan Heath hit a free
throw to tie it at 20.
The Redbirds would close out the first half on a 9-0 run
to head to the locker room up 29-23. (more-->)
take home 3rd place The Macomb Bombers outshot Illini
West 60% to 32% and were able to withstand a late
comeback attempt in a 43-40 win in the 2014 3rd place
Macomb (10-3) was able to build a seven point lead, but
Illini West (9-5) came back to tie it at 40-all with 1:40
left in the 4th quarter on a pair of Nolan Ard free
throws. Despite converting only three of their final six
free throws, the Bombers were able to hang on. Ard
finished with a game-high 21 points. (more-->)
Camp Point Central
earns fifth place trophy For the second time today, Taylor
Heimann scored 26 points in a Camp Point Central victory
as the Panthers defeated Lewistown 45-34 in the 2014 5th
place contest tonight at Western Hall.
Every time it appeared as if Central would put the game
in firm control, Lewistown (9-5) would battle back. The
Indians were led by Brady Hardesty's nine points in a
balanced attack. (more-->)
round win for the Saukees If they make it to the final
session, Pittsfield is nearly unstoppable. Today proved
no different as the Saukees took the consolation
championship from Abingdon-Avon, 42-26.
Quinn Leahy went 6-for-9 from the field on his way to a
game-high 19 points for Pittsfield (8-6).
Abingdon-Avon (5-7) got eight points from Jack Lucas. (more-->)