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Wildcat girls rock and roll at Kipp Fest at Willowbrook

Top-Ranked Redwings hold off Fenwick; Maine South Hawks take two in DeKalb; Trojans crush Oak Park in WSC Silver

In the Derril Kipp Hoopfest at Willowbrook High School in Villa Park, Plainfield Central head coach Armond Frazier and his girls kick started their MLK weekend off in style. Jumping out to a 23-11 lead after one quarter, the Wildcats (11-12) went on to crush Timothy Christian 71-49.

Wildcat sophomore Tykara Harrison poured home 22 points, had four steals, three assists and buried three long-range bombs to take home the MVP of the Game Award. Senior Kachae Donald was back on target with four bombs from beyond the arc among her 18 points. Donald also had three assists and two steals.

Melissa Schmidt scored 12 points and grabbed six rebounds, while Stacey Evans scored seven points and grabbed seven boards. After her 16 rebound performance at Plainfield North on Tuesday, Jasmine Bonzu settled for just seven boards.



Benet Academy 45 Fenwick 43

In Lisle the Enterprise Newspapers top-ranked Redwings (18-2). held off the Friars (19-5) on Saturday.


Maine South 62 Hinsdale South 17

The Hawks (16-5) overwhelmed the Hornets (1-17) in a DeKalb MLK Tournament first-round game.

Maine South 56 Lincon-Way Central 44

The Hawks won for the sixth consecutive time in their DeKalb MLK Tournament quarterfinal game win over the Knights (12-9)


Downers Grove North 51 Oak Park 27

The Trojans (18-5, 6-2) pulled into a second place tie with Lyons Township (12-7, 6-2) with the win over the last-place Huskies (1-16, 0-8).


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