Ren'Cia Rolling's 22 points led visiting T.F. South to a 68-52 win over Joliet West in girls basketball action Tuesday night.
Ninah Bertrand added 18 points and nine steals for the Rebels (3-1). India Pierson had 14 points, while Kameron Dickens dished out eight assists.
Illinois Lutheran 44, Heritage Christian 31: Janelle Heyn was 7 of 14 from the field, including 5-of-9 on 3-pointers to lead the Chargers (4-2) to the win.
Heyn finished with 20 points, four rebounds, two steals and two assists.
Caroline Kuether had 10 points and eight rebounds.
Elmwood Park 44, Illiana Christian 39: Gabby Kreykes scored 11 points, but the Vikings (3-4, 0-1) suffered a Metro Suburban Conference loss.
Tiffany Groen had six rebounds. Bria Cole had four assists.
Illiana trailed 16-15 at halftime, and the game was tied at 28 after three quarters.
Richards 44, Thornwood 32: Ashah Davis had 14 points, but the Thunderbirds lost to Richards. Madison Schweitzer added eight points.
Illinois Lutheran 51, Heritage Christian 42: Senior point guard Mack Newson went down with a lower leg injury early in the second quarter, but the Chargers regrouped for a season-opening win.
Illinois Lutheran jumped off to a 17-0 first-quarter lead, but led just 21-18 at halftime.
Sophomore Trevor Henschel had 11 of his 13 points in the fourth quarter. Collin Borns also had 13.
Joliet West 65, Thornridge 59: Victor Trout led three players in double figures, but the Falcons (1-4) fell at home.
Darrion Robinson had 15, while Carly Henry had 11. Robinson also had six rebounds.
T.F. North 1,624, Hillcrest 1,616: Kenneth Bowie's 394 series and Javon Brown's 363 led the Meteors to the win over the Hawks.
Bowie had games of 191 and 203, while Brown rolled a 184 and 179. Juan Gutierrez added a 331 series.
Reavis 1,774, T.F. South 1,531: Kayla Garcia had a 379 series, but the Rebels lost to the Rams. Garcia also had a high game of 224. Madalin Tiltges had a 327 series.
Mount Carmel to have pep rally: Mount Carmel will host an all-school pep rally at 2 p.m. today in the school's Cacciatore Athletic Center.
The program will honor the IHSA Class 7A state champions. Fans and alumni are invited.
This is the 12th state title in the program's history and 11th under Frank Lenti. The varsity football team will be honored by school officials, including Fr. Tony Mazurkiewicz, O.Carm., president of Mount Carmel, John Stimler, principal, and coach Lenti. Patrick McCaskey, senior director of special projects for the Bears will speak at the rally.