Prospect powers past Glenbrook North

Daily Herald report
Updated 2/13/2018 11:31 PM

Prospect's boys basketball team used a big fourth-quarter scoring effort to pull away from host Glenbrook North in a 49-33 nonconference victory Tuesday.

The Mid-Suburban East champs outscored the Spartans 21-11 in the fourth quarter.


Prospect (19-5) finished with 15-for-31 shooting from the field, including 6-for-15 from 3-point range. David Swedura and Sam Murray led the way with 15 points apiece, and Tim Lussenhop had 7.

Swedura shot 11-for-12 at the foul line.

Mike Roane pace Glenbrook North, which was limited to 15-for-48 shooting, with 12 points.

Barrington 54, Grayslake Central 33: The visiting Broncos held the Rams to 7 points in both the third and fourth quarters in picking up a nonconference win, which is their 20th victory of the season.

Mark Johnson paced a balanced scoring effort for Barrington (20-5) with 11 points. Jack Reinhard finished with 10, and Jason Boock and Miles Lester had 8 apiece.

The top producer for Grayslake Central was Clay Stoffel with 7 points.

Rolling Meadows 64, Maine East 60: Mustangs freshman Max Christie did not score in the first quarter -- but for the rest of the game, he was a force.

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Christie finished with 34 points to help host Rolling Meadows (13-11) hang on for a nonconference win.

Christie scored 9 points in the second quarter, 11 in the third and finished with 14 in the fourth, including 4-for-4 at the free throw line.

Ryan Carney finished with 10 points and Joe Coen finished with 6, on a pair of 3s in the first quarter.

Yash Singapore led the way for Maine East with 17 points.

Willowbrook 74, Leyden 46: The visiting Eagles slipped to 10-13 overall with a loss in the West Suburban Gold.

Maine West 63, Wheeling 51: The host Warriors improved to 17-7 overall with a nonconference win against the Wildcats (7-17).

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