Two Morris baskeball players named All-Tournament
The Morris girls basketball team finished up its play at the Prairie Central Holiday Tournament by splitting its last two games. Morris beat Flanagan 49-47 but then lost to Peoria, 47-45. Redskins’ players Julie Jurasits and Katie Friend made the All-Tournament team.
Julie Jurasits had 14 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Redskins. Katie Friend added 12 points and four steals, and Jessica Ponce 10 points and five steals for the Morris.
Jurasits had 14 points and six rebounds in the win while Leona Burton added seven points and six rebounds. Also for Morris, Devin Pacheco had six points and 10 rebounds.
Jacey Lamboley had 16 points and Anna Baker added nine points and eight rebounds in the win. Mallory Misener also had 10 points for the Irish.
“Great balance tonight. The ladies got off to a good start against an impressive Serena group,” Seneca coach Barb Beck said. “We were pleased with the patience and the way they carried out the game plan.”
Aurora Central Catholic 36
Jasmine Mitchell had 15 points and Kelsea Zitt 11 in the win by Newark.
“This was a really good win for us,” Newark coach Brian Holman said. “We improved every game of the tournament and the girls kept their composure.”
Waubonsie Valley 48
Kelly Carnagio had 16 points and Brooklynn Bachmann 14 in the win by the Indians.
Sophie Barna had 10 points and Breann Fisher eight in the loss.
Kelsea Zitt had 10 points and Jasmine Mitchell nine in the win by Newark.
Lincoln-Way Central 74
Bachmann had 24 points in the shootout win by the Indians. Kelly Carnagio also had 20 points and Erin Heide 13 for Minooka.
Barna had 11 points and nine rebounds while Emily Foley and Lexi Posing had six points each in the two-point loss.
Jessica Jurak had eight points and Kayla Cryder four in the loss by Morris.
Jessica Jurak had 16 points in the win by Morris. Janelle Brehm added eight points and nine rebounds.
Waubonsie Valley 37
Heather Bonde had 20 points and Kennedi Miller 11 in the win by the Redskins.
Lincoln-Way Central 27
Miller had 14 points for the Indians.
Jacob Overbeck had 17 points in the win by the Hawks. Additionally, Chad Heren had nine points, Mitchell Mayberry five and Chatten Dryfhout three.
The Tigers beat Woodland to finish in third place at the Ransom Tournament behind 13 points from Michael Ashley.
Riley Morris had four points in the win by GSW.
Nate Wise scored nine points in the win by the Tigers.
Dusty Manietta had four points for the Tigers in the loss.