Updated: January 29, 2013 6:36AM
Lisle 58, Yorkville 55 — At Plano, Dakota Gette came off the bench and scored a game-high 21 points but it wasn’t enough for the Foxes, who fell to 7-4. Josh Gengler came off the bench and had 14 points and 10 rebounds for Yorkville.
Plano 49, Genoa-Kingston 48 — Elijah Wallace had 16 points and Cody Dryden 13 to lead the Reapers (7-5) past the Cogs at Plano. Jon McDermott had 10 rebounds for the hosts.
Coal City 58, Indian Creek 46 — At Plano, Jaron Todd had 17 points and Tyler Reynolds 15 for the Timberwolves, who were outrebounded 31-19 and fell to 9-3 on the season.
Batavia 68, Rockford East 63 — The Bulldogs advanced to the semifinals at the Elgin Holiday Tournament.
Sandwich 64, Somonauk 43 — At Plano, Seth McDonald and Davis Brown scored 10 points each to lead the Indians. John Wathen poured in 26 points for the Bobcats.
Downers Grove South 37, Aurora Central 33 — Lisa Rodriguez scored a game-high 14 points, but the Chargers lost in pool play at the Oswego East Holiday Classic.
Ashton-Franklin Center 61, Somonauk 54 — Allison Humes led the Bobcats (7-8) with 15 points and four assists. Natalie Rabe totaled 13 points and six rebounds.
Montini 66, Batavia 42 — The Bulldogs lost in the second round of the Montini Tournament.
Prophetstown Tournament — Hinckley-Big Rock (7-7) split a pair of games, losing to Riverdale (53-38) and defeating Hall (35-30). Lauren Paver scored a combined 23 points in the two contests.
Schaumburg 62, West Aurora 44 — The Blackhawks dropped their second straight game at Wheaton North.
Waubonsie Valley 48, Glenbard North 42 — Ryaen Johnson had 16 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Warriors at Wheaton North.
Dunlap 54, Aurora Christian 36 — Melissa Moser scored nine points as the Eagles (8-6) lost at the Dixon Christmas Tournament.
Ottawa Marquette 46, Indian Creek 45 — The Timberwolves lost in overtime at the Amboy Tournament.
Plano 51, Amboy 28 — The Reapers collected a win at the Amboy Tournament.
Newark 46, Immaculate Conception 26 — The Norsemen improved to 2-0 at the Lisle Cage Classic.