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    Niles North tops Prospect; last-second bucket sinks Chargers
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    Niles North, runner-up in the recent Hardwood Classic at Wheeling, was too much for visiting Prospect in nonconference play Tuesday.

    The Vikings (11-3) got a game-high 22 points from Lorenzo Dillard in a 82-57 victory over the Mid-Suburban East-leading Knights, who have dropped two straight.

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    Prospect (11-6) was led by 13 points from Mike Houghton.

    Harvest Christian 49, Christian Liberty 48: Wesley Swiderek scored a game-high 20 points but the Chargers came up 1 point short against visiting Harvest Christian on Tuesday.

    David Colbert was next in scoring for Christian Liberty with 9 points in the Northeastern Athletic Conference contest.

    Matt Borst scored the decisive basket on a layup as time expired for Harvest Christian.

    On a night dedicated to longtime area basketball referee Bill Spicer, more than $41,000 was raised toward his battle against leukemia.

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