Har­lan, Hill hold on, up­set Vo­ca­tional

Chicago Sun-Times - - Sports - BY JOE COSENTINO

Sean Hill made two free throws with 23 sec­onds to play and hit 6 of 7 from the line in the fourth quar­ter as Har­lan held on for a 64-61 up­set of vis­it­ing Vo­ca­tional on Wed­nes­day.

‘‘My team needed me, so I had to come through in the clutch,’’ Hill said. ‘‘The game is men­tal, so we played tough to win and move up in the Red-South.’’

Hol­lis Hill (16 points) pulled the No. 23 Cava­liers within a point for the third time in the fi­nal quar­ter, at 6261, on a jumper with 24 sec­onds left.

Har­lan pres­sured Vo­ca­tional into pass­ing the ball out of bounds with four sec­onds left to earn the victory.

‘‘All our games are like this,’’ Har­lan coach Ervin Bryant said. ‘‘This is the Red-South. It’s got to be one of the tough­est con­fer­ences in the city.’’

Don­dri­cas Kel­lum had 15 points and Ra­mone Hunter added 12 for Har­lan (13-9, 5-4), which led 28-24 at the half.

Ryan Cun­ning­ham scored nine points and Khalil Valen­tine, RayShaun McGrew and Aaron Wil­liams each had eight points for Vo­ca­tional (19-6, 5-4).

Far­ragut 73, Orr 68

Demetrius Tol­liver scored 16 of his 24 points in the fourth quar­ter and the Ad­mi­rals made 16 of 23 free throws in the fi­nal pe­riod.

‘‘[Orr] kept dou­ble-team­ing me, but I forced through it to get to the rim,’’ Tol­liver said. ‘‘We prac­ticed free throws all week, and I knew I had to knock them down.’’

Cur­tis Jones (15 points) hit a pair of free throws with 1:40 left to give Orr a 66-64 lead. But Dar­ian Malone (16 points, five re­bounds) sparked a 9-2 Far­ragut run with a run­ner with 1:18 to play.

My­cheal Henry (20 points, 13 re­bounds) led Orr (16-8, 6-3 RedWest). Alphonse Matthews had 10 points for Far­ragut (11-10, 6-3).

Crane 63, Raby 52

Jeremy New­ton (18 points), Kieran Woods (15 points, seven as­sists) and Aaron Richardson (12 points, 14 re­bounds) led the Cougars (16-7, 5-4 Red-West).

Fremd 60, Larkin 42

Zach Mon­aghan (19 points, five as­sists), Char­lie Rosen­berg (11 points, six re­bounds) and Quinn Wil­liams (10 points) paced the No. 19 Vik­ings (17-1).

Simeon 56, Ju­lian 42

Fresh­man Jabari Parker had 15 points and six re­bounds and Bran­don Spear­man added 14 points and eight re­bounds for the No. 25 Wolver­ines (15-7, 7-2 Red-South).

‘‘To­day we shared the ball, there was no self­ish­ness, and we played the game of bas­ket­ball the way it’s sup­posed to be played,’’ Simeon coach Robert Smith said.

Ja­mari Trailer fin­ished with 16 points and nine re­bounds, and Wal­ter Lemon and Phillip Green each added 11 points for Ju­lian (13-8, 6-3).

Mor­gan Park 58, South Shore 52

An­dre Hall had 30 points and Billy Gar­rett Jr. scored 18 points for the Mus­tangs (17-5, 5-4 Red-South).

Young eases into third round

Bryeasha Blair had 17 points and Lin­nae Harper (13 points, 11 re­bounds) and Kiana John­son (10 points) con­trib­uted as No. 2 Young (19-0) de­feated vis­it­ing Curie 69-20 in the sec­ond round of the Windy City play­offs.

Fen­wick 76, St. Joseph 66

Tri­cia Lis­ton scored 37 points and had 10 re­bounds and Sarah Wil­liams added 14 points and six re­bounds for the No. 5 Fri­ars (20-2, 6-0 East Sub­ur­ban Catholic).

Crys­talCary-GroveLake4­5, South 42

Liz Bart scored 15 points to lead the No. 25 Tro­jans. Claire Jaku­bicek added 14 points for CaryGrove (21-2, 7-0 Fox Val­ley Val­ley).

Con­tribut­ing: Clyde Travis, Ricky O’Don­nell

PA­TRICK GLEA­SON~FOR SUN-TIMES ME­DIA

Far­ragut’s Dar­ian Malone moves to the hoop with Orr’s Cur­tis Jones in pur­suit.

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