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Oregon girls top Eastland

Milledgeville girls win in double overtime; Sauk men lose

Sam Lambrigtsen poured in a game-high 27 points to lead the Oregon girls basketball team to a 69-53 win over Eastland in a nonconference tilt at Mount Morris.

Emy Wright added 17 points, and Madeline Sanders had 13 for Oregon (15-7).

Lexis Macomber scored a team-high 25 points for Eastland (16-4).

AFC 47, Polo 30: Alisyn Essex scored 22 points to lead the Raiders past the Marcos in the NUIC East matchup at Ashton.

Allison Prestegaard added 13 points, nine rebounds and nine blocked shots for AFC (12-6, 5-3).

KeeLey Meyer scored 21 points for Polo (1-16, 1-6).

Milledgeville 59, Warren 55, 2OT: Taylor Grenoble scored 22 points to lead the Missiles to an NUIC crossover win at Milledgeville.

Morgan Adolph added 11 points for the Missiles (6-15).

Allison Kubat poured in a 31 points for Warren (1-15).

East Dubuque 65, West Carroll 24: Abby Maike scored nine points for the Thunder (3-15, 0-4 NUIC West) in a road loss to the Warriors.

Kalyn Theill led East Dubuque (10-3, 5-1) with 17 points.

Boys baskeball

Prophetstown 39, Erie 26: Ethan Howard scored 14 points, and the Prophets held Erie to six points in the first half on the way to the Three Rivers North win at Erie.

Josh Sigel added eight points, and Chris Bauer had seven for Prophetstown (5-10, 2-3).

Ken Cole scored nine points, and Owen McConnell had eight for Erie (0-18, 0-6).

Fulton 36, Morrison 32: Matt Dail knocked down five 3-pointers and scored 15 points to lead the Steamers past the Mustangs in a Three Rivers North rivalry clash at Morrison.

Zach Barber added 11 points for Fulton (14-5, 4-2).

Bill Greul led Morrison (8-12, 4-2) with 14 points.

Riverdale 38, Amboy 34: The Clippers got 15 points from Damon Quest, but it wasn't enough in a home Three Rivers North loss to the Rams (6-11, 2-4).

Jordan Ernst added nine points for Amboy (2-14, 0-5).

Pecatonica 90, West Carroll 81: The Thunder's Trevor Jones poured in 36 points, but West Carroll could not keep up with Pecatonica in an NUIC crossover clash at Mount Carroll.

Brandon Sturtevant added 16 points, and Jordan Bracero had 14 for West Carroll (2-12).

Elijah Karvelis drained eight 3-pointers and scored 36 points for Pecatonica (8-6).

Faith Christian 64, Rivermont 27: The Falcons jumped out to 17-3 lead after the first quarter and never looked back in Grand Detour.

Hayden Sweet made three 3-pointers and scored 15 points, while Isaac Schuler had 15 points and 10 rebounds for Faith (2-8). Zach Lessman added 13 points, nine steals and five assists.

Ryan Howell had 19 points for Rivermont.

Men's basketball

Highland 83, Sauk Valley 75: The Skyhawks lost their fourth tough game in a row against their rival Cougars in Freeport.

David Newton had a solid game with 10 points and 13 rebounds. Chris Fritsch and Jeff Casseus both had 12 points and nine rebounds for Sauk Valley (9-9, 1-3 Arrowhead).

Demarco Henry had 17 points for Highland.

Women's basketball

Sauk Valley 64, Highland 31: The Sauk Valley Skyhawks women's basketball team rolled to an Arrowhead Conference win in Freeport.

Jordan Giddings led the way with 12 points, followed by Sarah Matson with 11 points and Sheldeen Joseph with 10 points. Joseph also had seven rebounds, five assists and three steals.

Sauk (13-3) led 64-31 at half.

Tuesday's stars

Trevor Jones, West Carroll boys, 36 points

Sam Lambrigtsen, Oregon girls, 27 points

Lexis Macomber, Eastland girls, 25 points

Alisyn Essex, AFC girls, 22 points

Taylor Grenoble, Milledgeville girls, 22 points

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