Updated: January 17, 2013 6:48AM
Mooseheart 57, North Shore 42 — Mangisto Deng scored 17 points to lead the Red Ramblers. Makur Puou added 14 points.
Willowbrook 61, Marmion 58 — The Cadets were led by Jordan Glasgow’s team-high 15 points while both Matt Smith and Kevin Kavanagh chipped in with nine points.
St. Charles East 58, Batavia 52
Rosary 42, Minooka 39 — Rachel Choice scored 10 points to lead the Royals, who rallied from 12 points down to claim fifth place at the Oswego Holiday Classic.
Geneseo 37, Kaneland 33 — Ashley Prost (12 points) and Aly O’Herron (11 points) paced the Knights at the Ottawa Tourament.
Kaneland 60, Sandwich 30 — The Knights improved to 8-3 overall behind Ashley Prost’s team-high 18 points. Marina Schaefer chipped in with eight points, four rebounds and three assists for Kaneland.
Yorkville 48, St. Francis de Sales 43 — MacKenzie Bollinger led the Foxes with a team-high 23 points.
Bartlett 39, East Aurora 29 — Senior Tyshee Towner finished with a game-high 22 points for the Tomcats.
Kaneland Quad — The Knights defeated Belvidere North (51-21) and Geneva (42-38) while falling to Rock Island (45-18). Going 3-0 on the day for the Knights were Stephen Gust (113 pounds), Esai Ponce (132), Dan Goress (145) and Nick Sharp (220).
Marmion Quad — The Cadets defeated Plainfield Central (47-9), Casco, Wis., (39-16) and Marist (29-24).
Stillman Valley Tournament — Sandwich placed fourth as a team. Jesse Wood (120 pounds), Rigo Fraire (152) and Tyler Sebby (195 pounds) all finished as runner-ups in their weight classes. Aurora Central took 10th as a team. Junior Eddie Gonzalez improved to 11-3 after taking first at heavyweight.
DeKalb Tournament — Oswego finished fourth as a team. The Panthers were paced by Rachael Tackitt (fifth place) and Cheyanne Valdez (seventh place).
Aurora 92, Millikin 77 — Scott Laskowski led the Spartans (6-3, 4-0) with 15 points. Esteban Vega and Marquis Lobdell added 13 points each.
Carthage 57, Aurora 45 — The Spartans (3-6, 2-3) were led by center Shay Jenkins’s 14 points and six rebounds. Also contributing for Aurora was Bethany Dorrington, who finished with 12 points and eight rebounds.