SPRINGFIELD – Urbana Coach Bill Moss earned his 400th career victory as the Hillclimbers defeated Northeastern, 67-45, in non-league girls basketball.
For UHS, Hunter Rogan had 31 points, 15 rebounds and 8 assists, Alaina Lyons had 24 points and 5 steals and Bridget Ofori added 11 rebounds.
Urbana won the jayvee game, 38-10. Marissa Horn had 9 points for the Hillclimbers.
Graham girls fall
Cedarville beat Graham, 58-32, in non-league girls basketball.
For the Falcons, Kari Sollenberger had 13 points and Kayla Tullis added 6.
Cedarville won the jayvee game, 31-28.
For the Falcons, Madi Vanscoy had 16 points and Olivia Burr added 6.
UHS splits in bowling
Urbana held off Northwestern, 2,972-2,906, in CBC boys bowling.
For UHS (8-1), Kyle Beavers had a 277-177, Taylor Armstrong a 197-235, Caleb Peterson a 213-199, Andru Troyer a 203-194 and Luc Russell a 202-190.
Northwestern won the girls match, 2,635-1,758.
For UHS, Sarrah Baldwin had a 200-140, Kayla Evans a 163-161, Lily Cooksey a 163-157 and Olivia Krieger a 160-127.
WL-S girls win
The WL-S girls bowling team defeated Bellefontaine’s jayvee team, 1,807-1,625.
For the Tigers, Sarah Daulton had a 154-178 332 series, Erica McCall a 190-138 328 series, Ashlyn Parks a 128 game, Hailee Clifford a 118 game, Jillian Kirkham a 115 game, Lauren Hostetler a 110 game and Rylee LeVan a 72 game.
In 7th grade girls basketball, Urbana beat Ben Logan, 19-16. Claire Shelpman scored 10 points for UJHS.
Urbana won the 8th grade girls game, 29-23. Sam Rooney had 14 points for UJHS.
In 7th grade boys basketball, WL-S beat Greeneview, 41-28. Isaac Reames led the Tigers (6-2, 6-0) with 9 points and Clayton Fissel and Issac Brown scored 6 points each.
The WL-S 8th grade boys won, 43-39. For the Tigers (6-2, 6-0), Nick Burden had 20 points and Jace Wade added 10.
The WL-S 7th grade girls knocked off Greeneview, 28-21. Emily Hollar had 14 points, 11 steals and 9 rebounds for the Tigers.
WL-S’s 8th grade girls won, 39-16. Gracie Estes had 15 points. Selena Weaver had 12 points and 10 rebounds and Sophie Cole contributed 8 points and 6 rebounds for the Tigers.