Hannah Hake hit a 10-foot jumper with 5 seconds left to give Eastland a 59-57 win over Pekin in the first round of the Dixon tournament on Thursday at Lancaster Gym.
Hake scored 21 points in helping the Cougars (12-1) into a second-round game against United Township at 6 p.m. today. The Cougars led for most of the game before Pekin made a charge with 21 points in the fourth quarter.
Lexis Macomber added 14 points.
Kennedy Pollman had 12 points and Abigail Lowman had 10 points for Pekin
Oregon 62, Rochelle 46: Sam Lambrigtsen poured in 29 points and the Hawks downed the Hubs.
Oregon (10-4) trailed 12-10 after one quarter but led 28-22 at the half and 48-36 after three quarters. McKaylee Beeter added nine points for the Hawks.
AFC 63, Midland 41: Alisyn Essex poured in a game-high 23 points as the Raiders rolled.
Essex, who scored 13 points in the first quarter, hit five 3-pointers. Allison Prestegaard added 10 points from AFC (9-2).
Amboy 41, Somonauk 22: Kaitlyn Liebing scored a game-high 15 points to lead the Clippers to victory.
Amboy (7-4), which overcame a 7-2 deficit after one quarter, got eight points from Delaney Wilhelm.
State Farm Classic
St. Thomas More 71, Newman 38: The Comets fell behind 22-13 after one-quarter to the top-ranked 2A team at U.S. Coliseum and could not catch back up.
Julie Hurd led Newman (3-7) with 10 points. The Comets will play Prairie Central at 9:30 a.m. today in the consolation bracket.
Lexi Wallen had 20 points for St. Thomas More.
Brimfield 64, Rock Falls 28: The Rockets trailed 23-10 after one quarter, then were outscored 41-18 the rest of the way at the Shirk Center.
Chelsi Blair and Terrisa Willett scored six points each for Rock Falls (6-7). Hannah Wallace finished with 23 points for Brimfield.
Erie 52, Galva 34: Rachel Cobert scored 13 points and her older sister Courtney added 12 to lead the Cardinals to the win.
Erie (6-4) outscored Galva 18-4 in the second quarter to take control.
Morrison 49, Stockton 28: The Fillies led 16-2 after one quarter and never looked back in an easy win in Erie.
Lakin Goodman poured in 22 points for Morrison (8-6), while Ashley Greul added 10. Kaitlyn Reusch paced the Indians (4-5) with nine points.
Wethersfield 49, Fulton 42: The Steamers trailed by four at halftime, then were outscored 24-21 after the break at Erie.
Jordan Price scored 12 for Fulton (2-10), and Autumn Hutton added eight. Kristen Parsons had 26 points for the Geese.
Prophetstown 64, West Carroll 28: The Prophets raced to a 22-5 advantage after one quarter and cruised past the Thunder.
Kaeli Kovarik scored 11 of her game-high 13 points in the fourth quarter to pace Prophetstown (14-2). Teammate Kassi Henrekin added nine points, while Shelby Adams and Clare Kramer scored eight apiece.
Abby Maike led West Carroll (3-9) with 12 points.
Prophetstown 45, Rockford Christian 26: The Prophets blew open a close game at halftime with a 30-14 scoring edge in the second half.
Corrie Reiley scored 14 points, and Kramer added 10 for Prophetstown. Lexi Landquist and Jayla Penney scored eight points apiece for the Royal Lions.
Orion 73, West Carroll 48: The Chargers jumped out a 25-8 lead and never looked back in pool play game at the Prophetstown tournament.
Abby Maike led West Carroll (3-10) with 17 points.
Katie Conway scored 20 points for Orion.
Sam Lambrigtsen, Oregon, 29 points
Alisyn Essex, AFC, 23 points
Lakin Goodman, Morrison, 22 points
Hannah Hake, Eastland, 21 points, game-winning shot