Jack Rettig scored 20 points and Mahomet-Seymour High School's basketball team used a 21-12 fourth-quarter run to edge East Peoria, 54-49, at the Washington Invitational on Friday.
Tom Kenney added 10 points for the Bulldogs, who trailed, 16-5, after the first quarter.
East Peoria's Ian Misteadt led all scorers with 21 points.
Mount Pulaski 56, Midwest Central 32: Beau Collier scored 18 points as host Mount Pulaski defeated Midwest Central. Michael Lowery contributed 14 points to the Hilltoppers victory.
Roanoke-Benson 77, Woodland 48: Kyle Kolb tallied 16 points while Klay Nafziger and Zach Meinhold had 12 apiece for Roanoke-Benson (12-4) in a win at South Streator. Austin Eckstein grabbed nine rebounds for the Rockets.
Woodland (4-11), which trailed 27-4 after one quarter and 48-18 after two, received 14 points from Kolton Kimpling.
Olympia 51, Prairie Central 39: Olympia, led by Blake Dehn's 15 points, topped Prairie Central at Stanford. Thomas Hallstein, Justin Slager and Collin Loeffler each scored seven points for the Spartans. Hayden Wenger led the Hawks with 14.
Dwight 63, Momence 46: Dwight, fifth ranked in class 1A, defeated Momence at Dwight. Drew Travers led the Trojans (14-2, 3-0 SVC) with 18 points while Collin Irvin scored 15.
Clinton 73, Central A&M 59: Peyton McCubbin and Jacob Overton combined for 38 points as the Maroons prevailed in a Central Illinois Conference contest at Mowequa. Gunnar Klitzing chipped in 11 for Clinton (6-11, 1-1) which outscored Central, 37-23, in the second half.
Iroquois West 52, Watseka 47: Payton Stiers scored 11 of his team-high 13 points in the first half to lead Iroquois West to a Sangamon Valley Conference win at Gilman. Jose Lopez chipped in 11 points for the Raiders, who had just nine turnovers.
Calvary 44, Uni High 41: Calvary Christian (9-4, 2-1) received 15 points from Austin Willis and 10 from Dustin Beernink in an East Central Illinois Conference win at Urbana.
Illini Central 30, Havana 27: Cody Curry hit three first-quarter 3-pointers to finish with nine points and spark Illini Central at Havana.
Clifton Central 67, Cissna Park 47: Matt Birr's 12 points were not enough as Cissna Park lost at Clifton Central, which enjoyed a 33-25 halftime lead.
Springfield 72, Lincoln 31: A 21-4 second-quarter run was more than Lincoln could handle in a Central State Eight loss at Springfield. Megan Jackson had eight points to lead the Railersplitters.