FRIDAY GIRLS HOOPS REPORT
Tigers roar into SPC East lead with big win over Wildcats
Last updated 12/21/2019 at 10:01am
Heading into Friday night's huge Southwest Prairie Red battle with Plainfield Central (6-6, 3-2), Joliet West (9-3, 5-1) was tied for first-place, with arch-rival Joliet Central (9-3, 4-1) atop the SPC East.
The Tigers made fast-work of the Wildcats to move into the SPC East penthouse.
The Tigers exploded out to a 17-4 first quarter lead, extended the lead to 31-9 at the half, and crushed the Wildcats
56-30 to sit all alone atop the SPC East standings.
Tykara Henderson led Plainfield Central with 11 points.
Freshman Aaliyah Frazier chipped in with seven points for the Wildcats
CENTRAL SUBURBAN SOUTH
Evanston 54 Maine South 52
Trailing 38-26 at the half at undefeated Evanston
(8-0, 5-0), the Hawks' furious second-half rally, fell just two
SOUTHWEST PRAIRIE WEST
Oswego 48 Minooka 39
The Indians (2-9, 0-5) played tough against the Panthers (7-5, 4-1) in SPC West action on Friday.
Abbey Pettigrew buried four long-range, three- pointers and led the Indians with 13 points. Kinzie Caves hit double-figures with ten points.
WEST SUBURBAN GOLD
Downers Grove South 48 Hinsdale South 16
While the Mustang boys were falling to the undefeated, Hornet boys, in Downers Grove, the Mustang girls (4-7, 3-2), turned the tables on the win-less Hornet girls (0-10, 0-3), in Darien.
WEST SUBURBAN SILVER
Downers Grove North 41 Glenbard West 36
The Trojans (9-3, 4-1) took over sole possession of second place,
in the WSC Silver,with the huge win over the Hilltoppers (8-4, 3-2).
OTTAWA HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT
JCA 57 Morris 25
In their first game at the Ottawa Holiday Tournament, the Angels (6-4) ran rough-shod over the Redskins (4-6).
Indian Creek 45 Lisle 40
Falling behind 10-2 after one quarter, the previously-undefeated Lions (13-1) were stunned by the Timberwolves (4-8) at home.