Benet rebounds against H-F
Benet 71, Homewood-Flossmoor 55:
The Redwings (13-3) advanced to the fifth-place game at the Proviso West Holiday Tournament behind 23 points from Sean O'Mara. Eddie Eshoo scored 17 points and Pat McInerney added 12 points for Benet, which plays Bogan at 1 p.m. Monday.
St. Francis 44, Glenbard West 41:
The Spartans (10-2) claimed third place at the Glenbard West Holiday Classic while withstanding a 17-7 fourth-quarter run by the host Hilltoppers (8-4). Jason Pisarski, who led St. Francis with 13 points, hit 4 of 6 fourth-quarter free throws. Andrew Kimball added 10 points. The Hilltoppers' Corey Davis led all scorers with 18 points.
Timothy Christian 51, West Chicago 37:
Timothy Christian's duo of Connor VanderBrug and Danny Leach struck again with 22 and 18 points, respectively, to gain fifth place at Glenbard West. The Trojans improved to 5-10. West Chicago (3-10) got 11 points from Mike Zajac and 10 from Jimmy Rizzo.
Fenton 51, Hubbard 46:
Greg Wagner's 11 points led a balanced Bison attack in the seventh-place Glenbard West finish for Fenton (3-10).
Wheaton North 50, Sandburg 42:
Matt Biegalski scored 18 points as the Falcons (5-5) closed play at the Hinsdale South Holiday Tournament with a win over the Eagles.
Immaculate Conception 57, St. Edward 51:
Immaculate Conception (12-3) won the title of the IC/Westmont Tournament in Westmont, repeating as winner of the two-year-old tourney. Demetrius Carr scored a game-high 17 points with 14 rebounds and the Knights clinched the win with a 21-8 fourth-quarter advantage. Sean Sutton scored 14 points and Antony Taylor 13 for IC. Davontae Elam scored 14 to lead St. Edward (13-3).
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