Summaries from games played Friday, Nov. 29:
GCMS Turkey Tournament
Olympia 60, Fisher 36: The Olympia High School basketball team received 18 points each from Ashton Beachy and Drew Stribling en route to a 60-36 triumph over Fisher at Gibson City.
Beachy scored 12 first-half points as the Spartans led 35-15 at the break.
Nick Griffith and Grant Pointer paced Fisher with 11 points apiece.
GCMS 49, Prairie Central 44: Ross Royal’s 22 points and 17 from Tyler Hinshaw sparked GCMS past Prairie Central.
Ed Shafer scored 17 points and Hayden Wenger nine for the Hawks.
Blue Ridge 57, Roanoke-Benson 52: Michael Plunk finished with a game-high 21 points in the Blue Ridge win.
Charlie Sullivan scored 10 of his team-high 12 points in the fourth quarter for the Rockets.
Tri-Point 49, Clinton 40: Alex Ogle scored 10 of his 12 points in the first half and Timmy Crouch had 10 of his 11 after halftime as Tri-Point toppled Clinton.
Peyton McCubbin and Camryn Ward had 11 points each to top Clinton.
Calvary Christian 45, Greenview 42: Calvary surged back from an 11-point deficit after one quarter to edge Greenview.
Dustin Beernink paced Calvary with 24 points. Taaten Workman had 13.
Calvary Christian 41, Deland-Weldon 31: The Knights opened a 13-4 first quarter lead and received a game-high 12 points from Workman to post the win. Emory Thomas added 10 points for Calvary.
Cornerstone Christian 57, Heritage-Villa Grove: Cornerstone (1-3) built a 14 point lead going into the fourth quarter and held on for its first win of the season on Saturday at Oakland.
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Reid Fleming, a 6-6 senior, led the Cyclones with 16 points. Jared Wilcox and Zack Streutker also scored in double figures for Cornerstone with 15 and 11 points respectively.
Salt Fork 67, Cornerstone Christian 38: Salt Fork was crowned as the undefeated tournament champion. Fleming again led the Cyclones with 12 points.
Eureka 48, Rock Island Alleman 45, OT: The Hornets outscored Alleman 8-5 in the extra session to win their season opener at Chillicothe. Kent Hinrichsen and Tate Taufer each scored 11 points for Eureka.
IVC 33, El Paso-Gridley 25: EPG did not score until the opening minute of the second quarter and could not rally past IVC.
Tyler Ramsey’s nine points topped EPG, which rallied from a 14-point deficit to within three in the fourth quarter.
Lincoln 62, Chicago Harlan 42: Lincoln led by 13 after one quarter and claimed a win over Chicago Harlan.
Lincoln was led by Edward Bowlby with 22 points. Gavin Block contributed 18 and Max Cook 11.
Paxton-Buckley-Loda 67, Tri-Valley 48: Adam Coulon had a game-high 19 points for the Vikings, but PBL outscored Tri-Valley 36-21 in the second and third quarters to post the win at Paxton.
PBL will face Manteno in today’s 5 p.m. championship game. Tri-Valley will square off with Peotone in the third-place game.
Mount Pulaski Turkey Tournament
Mount Pulaski 55, Tri-City 53: Brady Thomas’ 19 points and 13 from Michael Lowery added 13 as Mount Pulaski hung on for the win after leading by 10 after three quarters.
Springfield Calvary 73, Illini Central 52: Calvary outscored the Cougars 23-6 in the second quarter en route to the win. Derrick Himmel scored 14 points for Illini Central. Jordan Lynn added 12.
Jerseyville 61, Mahomet-Seymour 58: Jerseyville rallied from a nine-point deficit after the first quarter to turn back Mahomet-Seymour. The Bulldogs (0-2) were led by Joe Kenney and Connor Diedrich with 14 points each.
Route 17 Classic
Dwight 71, Wilmington 37: Three players scored in double figures as the Trojans remained undefeated. Triston Dircks led Dwight with 15 points. Ryan Gaston added 11 and Caleb Boma chipped in 10. With the Dwight Pool crown, the Trojans will face Woodland Pool winner Ridgeview today at Streator Woodland.