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Missiles, Marcos finish in style

Published: Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013 12:24 a.m. CST

Caleb Skoog stuffed the stat sheet with 18 points, 11 rebounds, five assists and three steals as Milledgeville topped Christian Life 72-61 on Friday night to win the consolation championship at the Forreston Holiday Tournament.

Also for the Missiles (10-1), Jordan Harris had 14 points, four assists and three steals, while Blake Kappes, Kameron DawTyne, and Lucas Ebersole each had 10 points.

Polo 77, Aquin 59: AJ Dollmeyer poured in 26 points to lead the Marcos past the Bulldogs in the third-place game at Forreston.

Also for Polo (9-1), Brian Cavanaugh had 14 points, and Brad Cavanaugh added 10.

Andrew Martin had 17 points for Aquin, and Aiden Chang added 10.

Colmone Classic

Bureau Valley 73, Hall JV 52: Parker Neuhalfen scored 17 points as the Storm won their first game at the Colmone Classic in Spring Valley.

Josh Mead finished with 16 points, and Tommy Johnston added 14 for Bureau Valley (6-4), which went 1-2 in pool play and will take on Stark County for fifth place in the tourney.

Girls basketball

Riverdale 55, Rock Falls 49: Chelsi Blair scored 15 points, while Emily Sauer added 12 for the Rockets (5-6) in a loss to the Rams in Port Byron.

Lauren Claus tossed in 29 points for Riverdale (7-5), and Sydney Mericle added 11.

Wrestling

Erie-Prophetstown 56, Alleman 18: Kerrick Cameron (113 pounds), Josh Bowling (126), Josh Wheeler (138), Jared Cole (145), Dylan Binion (152), and Noah Eads (195) all won by pin as the Panthers beat the Pioneers in Erie.

Seth Montgomery (160) and Nick Williams (170) won major decisions.

Illini Bluffs 36, AFC 18: Payton Hilliker (138) and Jake Chapman (152) won by pin for the Raiders in a home loss to the Tigers.

 

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