Monday’s girls basketball roundup
Updated: February 6, 2012 10:48PM
Hillcrest 73, T.F. South 34: The No. 5 Hawks rolled behind Dana Gettis' 23 points and Shannise Heady's 10 points.
Romeoville 52, Oswego 32: Kiera Currie netted a game-high 18 points along with 13 rebounds and six assists for No. 17 Romeoville (21-3, 12-1 Southwest Prairie). Angelica Osusky pitched in 10 points.
Brooks 36, Northside 26: Shauntansye James led Brooks (11-12) with nine points and five steals, while Janeya Rivers had nine points.
Elmwood Park 51, Leyden 32: The Tigers' trio of Carrie Pilman (12 points, 13 rebounds), Joanna Bukowinski (11 points, eight assists) and Ade Maron (11 points, four assists) proved too much for the Eagles.
Lincoln-Way West 55, Thornridge 40: Alyssa Capecci dominated the action offensively with a game-high 33 points for Lincoln-Way West, which improved to 12-12 this season.
Lincoln-Way North 53, Thornton 36: Ellen Graham (14 points) and Taylor Boardman (11 points) powered Lincoln-Way North (21-5) to victory.
Oak Forest 53, Tinley Park 50: Katie Swanson's 17 points paved the way in a close Bengals win. Emily Naegele also starred offensively with 16 points for Oak Forest (15-10).
Rich South 52, Evergreen Park 46: Cierra Garrett had six points, six assists and three steals to power the Stars past the Mustangs. Verneisha Anderson played well defensively with six rebounds and three steals for Rich South (20-4).
Streamwood 60, Addison Trail 49: Jessica Cerda scored 19 points for the Sabres and Hannah Glone chipped in 18 points.
CLASS 2A REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS
St. Francis de Sales 44, Illiana Christian 28: Brianta McMorris and Isis Mance each scored 12 points for the victorious Pioneers. Tyler Brown-Henderson added 11 points.
Ag. Science 38, Comer 34: Kate Patnett (11 points) and Allison Nash (10 points) lifted the Cyclones over Comer.
Joliet Catholic 49, Chicago Christian 28: Naomi Mayes netted 18 points along with three assists and three steals for Joliet Catholic (9-15). TreVonya McClain (nine points, seven rebounds) and Cierra Stanciel (eight points, three steals) also helped the cause.
Coal City 36, Reed-Custer 29: The Coalers' Emily Halliday notched 17 points.
Bishop McNamara 45, Herscher 33: Khadaizha Sanders paced Bishop McNamara past Herscher at Watseka.
Byron 54, Genoa-Kingston 35: Sophie Reecher (16 points) and Mallorie Getzelman (12 points) sparked Byron.
Uplift 48, Chicago Math & Science 29: Takira Carothers led Uplift with 12 points in the opening round of the postseason. Renissa Dartling contributed 11 points.
Parker 48, Noble Street 36: Reilly Bruce and Paris Rosenthal both reached double figures with 12 points and 10 points, respectively, for Parker.
Holy Trinity 57, Ogden 30: Erin Washington sparked Holy Trinity to victory with 17 points.
Wheaton Academy 54, Douglass 21: The host Warriors cruised past Douglass as Sarah Drury and Ali Grant tallied eight points apiece.
Immaculate Conception 55, Christ the King 13: The Knights overwhelmed Christ the King as Jennifer Clementi scored 16 points and Kellyanne Remy added 12 points.
CLASS 1A REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS
Dwight 43, Illinois Lutheran 23: Lisa Bruner scored a team-high 15 points for Dwight (9-18). Jamie Stanton and Kate Pfeifer added six points apiece.
Josephinum 29, Chicago Notre Dame 25: Alexis Thompson scored 10 points in a low-scoring playoffs opener.
Morgan Park Academy 41, Providence-St. Mel 19: Isabelle Panozzo recorded a double-double of 18 points and 16 baords for the victors. Melissa Bonner netted 12 points in support.