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GIRLS' BASKETBALL

Fisher 43, Eureka 64: Natalie Anderson's 17 points assisted the Hornets (24-6, 10-2) to a share of the Heart of Illinois Conference title on Thursday night

Roanoke-Benson 47, Ottawa Marquette 56: Maddie Monge supplied 20 points for R-B (12-19, 4-3) in Tri-County Conference action on Thursday

R-B 41, South Fulton 55: Seventeen points from Maddie Monge paced the way for the Monday guests in the Illini Central Regional at Mason City

BOYS' BASKETBALL

Woodland 43, R-B 69: Jacob Nix provided 15 points for the Rockets (26-1, 6-0) in league play Friday evening

Fisher 35, Eureka 74: Trevor Heffren's 21 points led the way for the Hornets (9-16, 3-6) in league action on Friday

OM 39, R-B 62: James Early had 17 points for R-B in a TCC makeup contest Saturday night

Eureka 64, Heyworth 56: Aden Sears (20 points) was the high scorer for Eureka on the road in conference play Tuesday evening

Putnam Co. 25, Fieldcrest 70: The Knights (19-6) received 11 points from Cory Land on Tuesday

Tri-Valley 36, R-B 51: Jack Weber had 11 points for the Tuesday night hosts

WRESTLING

Pair prevail via pin: Isaac Ferguson (195 pounds) and Joel Baer (220) each scored pinfall victories for Eureka at Friday's Dwight Regional

Peiffer takes first: Eureka's Brayden Peiffer recorded a pair of pins to capture the 106-pound title in the Dwight Regional on Saturday. Garrett Kean (113), Drew Cook (138), Isaac Ferguson (195) and Joel Baer (220) also qualified to sectional competition, which begins Friday at Olympia

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