Casey-Westfield beats West Vigo
TERRE HAUTE, Ind.—Casey-Westfield defeated West Vigo, Ind. 64-47 Tuesday in non-conference action.
Four Warriors scored in double figures: Luke Richards with 21 points, Noah Livingston with 17, Ethan Gilbert with 11 and Will Hosselton with 10 points. Hosselton also had six rebounds and four assists. Gilbert had three steals.
Casey-Westfield is now 5-0 and hosts Cumberland for another non-conference game next Tuesday.
Tri-County defeats Westville
HUME — Tri-County defeated Westville in a non-conference game that ended 52-28.
Tri-County took the lead in the first quarter putting up 14 points compared to Westville who put up 8, with the game at a 6 point difference. In the second quarter Tri-County extended their lead putting up an additional 11 points as Westville put up 6 points, ending the first half with an 11 point difference.
Tri-County continued to carry their lead into the second half putting up 10 more points as Westville put up 7, ending the third quarter with a 14 point difference. Tri-County ended the game with the best quarter of the game putting up 17 points compared to Westville who put up 7, ending the game with Tri-County on top with a 24 point difference.
Cole McClain led the Titans, 5-1, with 15 points.
Tri-County hosts Arcola at Oakland on Friday.
Arcola defeats Uni-High
URBANA — Arcola defeated Uni-High in a very close game that ended 53-52 in Arcola’s favor in a non-conference game.
Arcola started the game off looking hot putting up 11 points in the first quarter, but Uni-High managed to out-play Arcola putting up 12 points in the first quarter making the game a one point difference in favor of Uni-High. Going into the second quarter Arcola put up 17 points compared to Uni-High’s 13 points which made the game a 3 point difference in favor of Arcola.
Going into the second half Uni-High put away 9 points and Arcola made 15; which made the game a 9 point difference. Uni-High put up 18 points in the final quarter of the game, and Arcola had 10.
Arcola,2-3, is to be play Tri-County at Oakland Friday in a non-LOVC division game.
CASEY—Effingham St. Anthony beat Casey-Westfield 48-28 Tuesday in a non-conference game.
Jae Lynn Riggleman led the Lady Warriors with 14 points. Riggleman also got three assists. Ashlyn Jones and Riggleman each had seven rebounds.
Casey-Westfield is now 1-2 and hosts Altamont for another non-conference game Thursday.
Shelbyville defeated by South Fork
SOUTH FORK — Shelbyville was defeated by South Fork 37-46 on Monday in a non-conference game.
Shelbyville started off hot in the first quarter putting up 10 points, and holding South Fork to 5 points. Shelbyville’s lead was short lived as South Fork was up by 2 by the end of the first half with a score of 19-17.
South Fork continued their lead into the third quarter putting the game at a 4 point difference. South Fork put up 14 points in the fourth quarter compared to Shelbyville’s 9 points, ending the game 37-46.
Holly Metzger led Shelbyville in points putting up 16 for Shelbyville.
Shelbyville is to play host to Sullivan on Thursday in a Central Illinois Conference opener.
Sullivan falls to Teutopolis
SULLIVAN—Teutopolis defeated Sullivan 48-42 Monday in a non-conference basketball game, the first loss of the season for the Lady Redskins.
Sullivan trailed 12-11 at the end of the first quarter and 27-16 at halftime, but out-scored Teutopolis 14-7 in the third period to make it 34-30. Teutopolis took a 14-12 fourth quarter and the win.
Esther Miller got a double double for the Lady Redskins with 25 points and 10 rebounds. She also had eight steals. Emily White had two assists.
“We played a tremendous second half defensively,” said Sullivan coach Sheri McCain. “Anytime you can hold a T-town team to single digits is a good day. In my mind, one single stat was the deciding factor, freethrows. We lost by six and we were 12 for 21 from the line.
“I am still very proud of this team. This time last year we lost to T-town 59-29.”
Sullivan falls to 4-1 and plays its first Central Illinois Conference game of the season Thursday at Shelbyville.