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Larkin fans cheer during the first quarter of Saturday's tournament championship game against host Elgin. | Michael Jarecki ~ For Sun-Times Media
Harlan 61, Parker 58, consolation title
Clark 67, Islamic Foundation 37
Hoffman Estates 52, Guilford 50
Buffalo Grove 64, TEAM Englewood 51
Walther Lutheran 68, Rockford East 65
Hoffman Estates63, Islamic Foundation 39
Guilford 72, Clark 32
Glenbard North 69, Rockford East 61
Dundee-Crown 48, Rockford Lutheran 41
Harlan 51, Buffalo Grove 47
Parker 66, TEAM Englewood 57
Batavia 69, Rockford East 63
Elgin 55, Dundee-Crown 54: Senior guard Arie Williams hit a game-winning shot for the second consecutive night to lift the Maroons to victory.
Centennial (Nev.) 63, Walther Lutheran 56
Buffalo Grove 86, Islamic Foundation 42
Harlan 55, Hoffman Estates 52
Parker 57, Clark 48
TEAM Englewood 60, Guilford 50, OT: Ashten Hillard scored six of his game-high 26 points in overtime to lift TEAM Englewood to victory.
Larkin 84, Islamic Foundation 38: The Royals had little trouble claiming their sixth win in a row despite being without starters Quantice Hunter and Daniel McFadden. Larkin (11-2) built a 47-21 lead by halftime and then outscored the Minarets 21-3 in the third quarter for a commanding 68-24 advantage.
Drew Jones led a balanced scoring attack for the Royals with 14 points. Jason Barnhart (12 points), J.D. Darke (11 points) and Taylor Boley (10 points) also reached double figures while Quentin Ruff and Damion Clemons chipped in nine points a piece. Mehdi Hedroug paced Islamic Foundation with 12 points.
Glenbard North 91, Buffalo Grove 58
Batavia 50, Harlan 38: Micah Coffey scored 13 points to lead the Bulldogs to vistory.
Rockford East 73, Hoffman Estates 44
Elgin 55, Parker 54: Arie Williams scored 25 points, including a game-winning halfcourt shot as time expired to lift the Maroons to victory.
Dundee-Crown 68, Clark 48: Dylan Kissack led a balanced Chargers offense with a game-high 19 points. Brandon Rodriguez (12 points) and Trent Musat (11 points) contributed for Dundee-Crown.