Heyworth 40, Eureka 64: Natalie Anderson's 16 points paced Eureka (9-0, 4-0) in the Heart of Illinois Conference home tilt on Thursday night.
Tri-Valley 25, Fieldcrest 58: Addie Goodrich paced the Knights (6-2, 2-1) with 13 points in Thursday's league matchup at home.
Flanagan-Cornell 46, Roanoke-Benson 18: Bailey Leman had seven points for R-B (2-8) on Saturday.
Eureka 74, Illinois Valley Central 25: Courtney Heffren tallied 14 points for the Saturday guests.
R-B 42, Peoria Heights/Quest 37: Maddie Monge poured in 23 points for the Monday night guests.
Eureka 37, Tremont 29: Courtney Heffren provided 10 points Monday evening for the Hornets in HOIC play.
T-V 39, Fieldcrest 60: Jaxon Cusac-McKay netted 15 points on Friday in league action for the Knights (4-0, 3-0).
Central Catholic 75, Eureka 60: Keegan Zimmerman pumped in 28 points for the Hornets (6-1) in Friday's nonconference home assignment.
Fieldcrest 56, Orion 45: Derek May's 15 paced the Knights on the road Saturday afternoon.
Tremont 25, R-B 57: Luke Braman led all scorers with 17 points, as the host Rockets (4-1) handed Tremont their first defeat Saturday night.
Eureka 75, Lexington 37: Behind 26 points from Keegan Zimmerman, the Hornets had no problems in their HOIC opener on Tuesday.
Dwight 35, Fieldcrest 68: Ryan Naas tallied 14 points for the Tuesday hosts.
Eureka 21, Tremont 55: Asher Wiegand won a 10-3 decision at 126 pounds for the Hornets (3-2) in the HOIC match on Thursday.
Farmington 12, Eureka 58: In a second Thursday dual at Tremont, Conner McDonald (195) netted in pin at 59 seconds.
Hornets compete up north: Brayden Peiffer recorded a takeout in overtime to take an 8-6 win in the 106-pound championship bout in the Seneca Invitational on Saturday. Clifton Central was first from a field of 17 teams, while Eureka took fourth.
Canton 51, Eureka 27: Isaac Ferguson (195) won via pinfall in a Tuesday dual for the hosts.
Peoria Richwoods 15, Eureka 64: Conner McDonald was on the mat a mere 25 seconds before he scored a pin at 182 in another dual on Tuesday for the Hornets.
Co-op prevails: Ethan Hoffman took the backstroke and breaststroke for Metamora/El Paso-Gridley/Eureka/R-B in a Tuesday triangular triumph over host Peoria Central and Peoria Manual.
May, Brittain highlight list: Fieldcrest's Derek May was named to the HOIC first team at receiver for the third straight season, while Alex Brittain of Eureka was a repeat pick at linebacker. Eureka junior Joel Baer (offensive line/defensive line) and Fieldcrest junior Mason Faulk (offensive line) were other first team choices. The remainder appear below by school:
Eureka: Brittain (tight end), Jonah Hahn (running back), Asher Wiegand (defensive line), Thomas Cahill (offensive line, sophomore) and Matt Martin (quarterback, sophomore)
Fieldcrest: Faulk (defensive line), Michael Morse (receiver) and Jaxon Cusac-McKay (receiver, sophomore)
Fieldcrest: Tyler McKay (linebacker)