Illinois' Premier Holiday Basketball Tournament
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2014 Top four seeds:
1) Metamora
2) Rockridge
3) Monmouth-Roseville
4) Illini West
2014 Team & Individual stat leaders

Rockridge repeats 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. (
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Unseeded Bombers 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 contest.

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. (
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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. (
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Another trophy 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. (
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