Hampshire wins 11th in a row
The Hampshire boys basketball team survived another scare to its winning streak Wednesday, holding off Geneseo 35-33 in the final game of pool play at the Chuck Dayton Tournament at DeKalb.
The Whip-Purs (11-1), who have now won 11 straight, will take on Moline at 5 p.m. today in the championship semifinals.
Ryan Cork had 13 points to lead the Whips Wednesday, with Tyler Crater adding 11.
Hampshire had a 28-21 lead going into the fourth quarter and was able to hold off the Maple Leafs' comeback.
St. Edward 59, Westmont 47: Antonio Domel scored 16 points and Luke Duffy added 13 as St. Edward notched a win at the IC/Westmont tournament. John Butzow added 10 points for the Green Wave (11-2).
Burlington Central 65, Sandwich 41: Moter Deng scored 27 points and had 7 rebounds as the Rockets (4-8) won at the Plano Christmas Classic. Ryan Ritchie added 13 points and Reed Hunnicutt had 10 for BC.
CL Central 63, Cary-Grove 46: Jason Gregiore led Cary-Grove (7-4) with 9 points in this loss at the Jacobs tournament.
CL South 63, Elk Grove 51: Austin Rogers scored 16 points and Alex Bartusch added 9 to lead the Gators (4-5) to a win at the Jacobs tournament.
North Lawndale 50, Huntley 40: TJ Adams scored 11 points and Jason Shields added 9 for Huntley (4-5) at the State Farm Classic in Bloomington. The Red Raiders suffered their fourth straight loss.
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