Hillcrest Holiday Classic roundup

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Hillcrest Holiday Classic

Second round

Winners bracket

Bolingbrook 55, Lockport 45: Aysia Bugg and Ryaen Johnson scored 13 points each and Cierra Stanciel 10 as Bolingbrook (6-1) went to 2-0 on the day. Naomi Mayes scored 20 points for Lockport (6-3).

Marist 64, Rich South 61 (OT): Brooke Wyderski had 23 points, while Tehya Fortune (12 points) and Skylar Patterson combined to hit 7-of-8 free throws in overtime for Marist (8-4). Rich South (8-5) was led by Tierra Webb (23 points) and Tierney Lockett (22 points).

Joliet Catholic 57, Stagg 33: Joliet Catholic (9-0) broke open a close game in the second half behind Jasmine Lumpkin (12 points) and Mia Farrell (8 points). Stagg (5-6) was paced by Mia DiGiacomo (11 points).

Consolation bracket

T.F. North 46, Seton 44: T.F. North (5-4) survived a final shot by Seton as Chanel Howard scored 13 points and Summer McGee 11. Ebony Bailey led all scorers with 22 points for Seton.

Rich Central 42, Queen of Peace 23: Rich Central improved to 9-5 as Cassandra Burress scored 16 points. Jelyn Chua led the way for Queen of Peace (0-15) with nine points.

Tinley Park 49, Oak Forest 48: Caitlin Sudduth (28 points) helped Tinley Park (7-7) squeeze out the victory.Taylor Sterkowitz tallied 12 points for Oak Forest (6-6).

Bloom 65, Thornton 44: Bloom (4-9) was victorious behind Samantha Realford (14 points), Ariana Damper (12 points) and Anika Johnson (12 points). Briana Anthony scored 12 points for Thornton.

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