News From Terre Haute, Indiana

February 7, 2013

PREP ROUNDUP: IHSA girls regionals on schedule tonight


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---- — Championship games are slated tonight in Class A and 2A Illinois High School Association high school girls basketball regionals.

At Marshall, the 24-1 Lions will battle Newton for a 2A title. Other games will be played at the Class A Neoga site and at the 2A Tuscola site. Finalists were determined in semifinal games played Wednesday.



IHSA Class 2A

At Marshall

Monday — Lawrenceville 48, Robinson 43

Tuesday — Marshall 60, Lawrenceville 30; Newton 69, Casey 39

Today — Marshall vs. Newton, championship, 7:30 p.m.

At Tuscola

Monday — Paris 60, Arthur 52; Macon Meridian 46, Tuscola 40

Wednesday — Paris vs. Pana, Macon Meridian vs. Sullivan

Today — championship, 7:30 p.m.

IHSA Class A

At Neoga

Monday — Palestine-Hutsonville 41, Oblong 40

Wednesday — Palestine-Hutsonville vs. Dieterich, Effingham St. Anthony vs. Neoga

Thursday — championship, 7:30 p.m.

Boys basketball

n Casey 77, Paris 50 — At Casey, Ill., Trivette Scales led the Warriors with 33 points and Brandon Wolfe had 12.

Casey had a 32-9 lead after one period and led 50-25 at halftime to improve to 16-6. Paris dropped to 6-15 and was led by Zack Lueken with 15 points and Austin Temples with 11.

Casey will play Hutsonville-Palestine on Friday. Former standout David Collins will be inducted into the Casey Basketball Wall of Fame.



Paris    9    16    12    13    —    50

Casey    32    18    18    9    —    77

Next — Both teams have home games Friday. Casey (16-6) plays Hutsonville-Palestine and Paris (6-15) meets Charleston.

 

n Martinsville 73, Atwood-Hammond 69 — At Martinsville, Ill., the Bluestreaks won their second straight game in Little Okaw Valley Conference action after snapping an 18-game losing streak last week.

Zach Mulkins led the host team with a career-best 45 points. He had 43 against Cerro Gordo last week. Chris Lee added 12 points to the Martinsville totals.

Martinsville took a 24-20 lead after one period and was up 39-37 at halftime.



Atwood-Hammond    20    17    14    18    —    69

Martinsville    24    15    14    20    —    73

Next — Martinsville (2-16, 1-8 LOVC) is host to Shiloh on Friday.