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NFL • WILD CARD ROUND Favorite Points Underdog Open Current Saturday TEXANS 3 3.5 Raiders SEAHAWKS 7.5 8 Lions Sunday STEELERS 9.5 10 Dolphins PACKERS 4.5 4.5 Giants Odds to win Super Bowl LI Team Open Current Patriots 7/1 9/5 Cowboys 18/1 4/1 Packers 10/1 7/1 Steelers 10/1 8/1 Chiefs 25/1 8/1 Falcons 60/1 9/1 Seahawks 8/1 15/1 Giants 25/1 20/1 Raiders 30/1 75/1 Texans 40/1 75/1 Dolphins 60/1 75/1 Lions 70/1 75/1 Odds to win the NFC Championship Team Open Current Cowboys 20/1 3/2 Packers 4/1 7/2 Falcons 25/1 7/2 Seahawks 4/1 5/1 Giants 12/1 10/1 Lions 25/1 30/1 Odds to win the AFC Championship Team Open Current Patriots 4/1 1/2 Steelers 5/1 3/1 Chiefs 10/1 4/1 Raiders 18/1 30/1 Texans 18/1 30/1 Dolphins 25/1 30/1 COLLEGE FOOTBALL Favorite Points Underdog Monday National Championship Game | Tampa, FL Alabama 6.5 6.5 Clemson NBA Favorite Points Underdog Hawks 3.5 MAGIC HORNETS 2.5 Thunder KNICKS PK Bucks CAVALIERS 9 Bulls CLIPPERS NL Grizzlies WARRIORS 15.5 Blazers KINGS 4.5 Heat COLLEGE BASKETBALL Favorite Points Underdog MICHIGAN ST 13.5 Rutgers Villanova 1.5 BUTLER SYRACUSE PK Miami-Florida DUKE 19.5 Georgia Tech RICHMOND 10 Fordham GEORGE MASON 5 Massachusetts PROVIDENCE 2 Georgetown LASALLE 15.5 Saint Louis Virginia Comm 8 DUQUESNE GEORGIA 2 S Carolina VANDERBILT 4.5 Auburn LOYOLA-CHICAGO 2.5 Northern Iowa EVANSVILLE 11 Bradley SO ILLINOIS 1.5 Indiana St WICHITA ST 26 Drake Oklahoma St 1.5 TEXAS MICHIGAN 11 Penn St Creighton 6 ST. JOHN’S ILLINOIS ST 8.5 Missouri St Oregon 8 WASHINGTON MISSOURI 1 Lsu HOUSTON 12.5 Tulsa Louisville 1.5 NOTRE DAME NC STATE PK Virginia Tech Virginia 6 PITTSBURGH SMU 11.5 Temple BAYLOR 7.5 Iowa St CS-NORTHRIDGE NL Cal-Riverside CAL-IRVINE 4 Long Beach St CAL-DAVIS 6.5 Cal-Santa Barb Colorado St 3 SAN JOSE ST FRESNO ST 3.5 Wyoming UTAH ST PK New Mexico NEVADA 3 San Diego St Boise St 3.5 UNLV WASHINGTON ST 6 Oregon St Added Games CANISIUS 9.5 Quinnipiac Siena 3 NIAGARA Ipfw 3.5 NEBRASKA-OMAHA W ILLINOIS PK S Dakota St DENVER NL S Dakota NHL Favorite Odds Underdog PANTHERS -$160/+$140 Jets Canadiens -$110/-$110 STARS FLYERS -$110/-$110 Rangers FLAMES -$210/+$175 Avalanche CANUCKS -$150/+$130 Coyotes DUCKS -$200/+$170 Red Wings Grand Salami: Over/under 32.5 goals. SOCCER ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE Chelsea +$150 TOTTENHAM +$160 Draw +$220 Over/under goal total2.5 goals Home team in CAPS © 2017 Benjamin Eckstein

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TRANSACTIONS BASEBALL National League CINCINNATI REDS — Agreed to terms with RHP Drew Storen on a one-year contract. SAN DIEGO PADRES — Claimed RHP Tyrell Jenkins off waivers from Cincinnati. American Association GARY SOUTHSHORE RAILCATS — Signed INF Alex Crosby. KANSAS CITY T-BONES — Signed INF Brett Wiley. FOOTBALL • NFL ARIZONA CARDINALS — Signed LB Cap Capi, WR Marvin Hall, WR Chris Hubert, G Kaleb Johnson, C-G Daniel Munyer, RB Elijhaa Penny and CB Ronald Zamort to reserve/futures contracts. CHICAGO BEARS — Signed WR Dres Anderson, CB De MINNESOTA VIKINGS — Signed OT Reid Fragel, K Marshall Koehn and P Taylor Symmank to reserve/futures contracts. NEW YORK JETS — Announced the retirement of offensive coordinator Chan Gailey. Fired quarterbacks coach Kevin Patullo, running backs coach Marcel Shipp, defensive line coach Pepper Johnson, outside linebackers coach Mark Collins and defensive backs coach Joe Danna. HOCKEY • NHL BUFFALO SABRES — Recalled D Taylor Fedun from Rochester (AHL). CAROLINA HURRICANES — Recalled G Daniel Altshuller from Charlotte (AHL). CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS — Assigned F Tyler Motte to Rockford (AHL). NASHVILLE PREDATORS — Recalled F Harry Zolnierczyk from Milwaukee (AHL). Activated D Anthony Bitetto from injured reserve and sent him to Milwaukee on a conditioning assignment. Signed F Shawn O’Donnell to a professional tryout contract. NEW YORK RANGERS — Recalled F Nicklas Jensen from Hartford (AHL). SOCCER • MLS COLUMBUS CREW SC — Signed D Jonathan Mensah as a designated player. MINNESOTA UNITED — Acquired M Collin Martin from DC United for 2018 fourth-round SuperDraft pick. PHILADELPHIA UNION — Re-signed F Charlie Davies to a one-year contract. COLLEGE OKLAHOMA — Announced RB Samaje Perine will enter the NFL draft. TCU — Announced men’s junior basketball G Malique Trent has left the team for personal reasons. TENNESSEE — DE Derek Barnett and WR Josh Malone will enter the NFL draft. TEXAS TECH — QB Patrick Mahomes will enter the NFL draft. WAGNER — Named Phil Casella women’s soccer coach. WAKE FOREST — Signed football coach Dave Clawson to a contract extension through the 2024 season. Tight ends coach and special teams coordinator Adam Scheier is leaving. WASHINGTON — Announced WR John Ross, S Budda Baker, DT Elijah Qualls and CB Sidney Jones will enter the NFL draft. WISCONSIN — Announced LB T.J. Watt will enter the NFL draft.

FOOTBALL 2017 Pro Football Hall of Fame inalists Results announced Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016 x-first-year eligible Modern Era Morten Andersen, Kicker (1982-1994 New Orleans; 1995-2000, 2006-07 Atlanta; 2001 NY Giants; 2002-03 Kansas City; 2004 Minnesota) Tony Boselli, Tackle (1995-2001 Jacksonville) Isaac Bruce, Wide Receiver (1994-2007 LA/Rams; 2008-09 San Francisco) Don Coryell, Coach (1973-77 Rams Cardinals; 1978-1986 San Diego) Terrell Davis, Running Back (1995-2001 Denver) Brian Dawkins, Safety (1996-2008 Philadelphia; 2009-2011 Denver) Alan Faneca, Guard (1998-2007 Pittsburgh; 2008-09 NY Jets; 2010 Arizona) Joe Jacoby, Tackle (1981-1993 Washington) Ty Law, Cornerback (1995-2004 New England; 2005, 2008 NY Jets; 2006-07 Kansas City; 2009 Denver) John Lynch, Free Safety (1993-2003 Tampa Bay; 2004-07 Denver) Kevin Mawae, Center/Guard (1994-97 Seattle; 1998-2005 NY Jets; 2006-09 Tennessee) Terrell Owens, Wide Receiver (1996-2003 San Francisco; 2004-05 Philadelphia; 2006-08 Dallas; 2009 Buffalo; 2010 Cincinnati) Jason Taylor, Defensive End (1997-2007, 2009, 2011 Miami; 2008 Washington; 2010 NY Jets) LaDainian Tomlinson, Running Back (2001-09 San Diego; 2010-11 NY Jets) Kurt Warner, Quarterback (1998-2003 Rams; 2004 NY Giants; 2005-09 Arizona) Seniors Kenny Easley, Safety (1981-87 Seattle) Contributors Jerry Jones, Dallas Owner, President & General Manager (1989-present) Paul Tagliabue, Commissioner (1989-2006)

BOYS BASKETBALL • O’FALLON 77, BELLEVILLE EAST 69

Women’s basketball Missouri Baptist 77, Hannibal-LaGrange 59 Harris-Stowe 81, St. Louis C. of Pharmacy 31 Men’s basketball Missouri Baptist 76, Hannibal-LaGrange 59 Harris-Stowe 94, St. Louis C. of Pharmacy 43 WEDNESDAY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE W: Marshalltown at St. Louis CC, 5:30 p.m. W: Webster at Iowa Wesleyan, 6 p.m. W: Fontbonne at Eureka, 6 p.m. W: Lewis & Clark at Illinois Central, 6 p.m. W: SLU vs. George Mason, 7 p.m. M: Indiana State at SIU Carbondale, 7 p.m. M: John Wood at St. Louis CC, 7:30 p.m. M: Webster at Iowa Wesleyan, 8 p.m. M: Fontbonne at Eureka, 8 p.m.

Football • conference bowl records Conference Independents Atlantic Coast Big 12 Sun Belt Conference USA Mountain West Southeastern Pac-12 Big Ten American Athletic Mid-American

M 2 • WEDnESDAy • 01.04.2017

W 2 8 4 4 4 4 6 3 3 2 0

L 0 3 2 2 3 3 6 3 7 5 6

Pct. 1.000 .727 .667 .667 .571 .571 .500 .500 .300 .286 .000

Top 25 women’s basketball 1.

UConn (13-0) idle. Next: vs. East Carolina, Wednesday.

2.

Baylor (13-1) idle. Next: at No. 17 West Virginia, Wed.

3.

Maryland (13-1) idle. Next: at Nebraska, Wednesday.

4.

Mississippi State (15-0) idle. Next: at Arkansas, Thursday.

5.

South Carolina (11-1) idle. Next: at Auburn, Thursday.

6.

Florida State (13-2) idle. Next: at North Carolina, Thursday.

7.

Notre Dame (13-2) idle. Next: at No. 14 Miami, Sunday.

8.

Louisville (13-3) idle. Next: at Virginia, Thursday.

9.

UCLA (11-2) idle. Next: at Washington State, Friday.

10. Stanford (12-2) idle. Next: vs. Oregon, Friday. 11. Ohio State (13-4) beat Northwestern 94-87. Next: vs. Michigan, Saturday. 12. Washington (14-2) idle. Next: vs. Southern Cal, Friday. 13. Duke (13-1) idle. Next: at Georgia Tech, Thursday. 14. Miami (12-2) idle. Next: at N.C. State, Thursday. 15. Texas (8-4) idle. Next: at Kansas, Wednesday. 16. Oregon State (13-1) idle. Next: at No. 20 California, Friday. 17. West Virginia (13-1) idle. Next: vs. No. 2 Baylor, Wednesday. 18. Virginia Tech (14-0) idle. Next: at Clemson, Sunday. 19. Arizona State (10-3) idle. Next: at Utah, Friday. 20. Oklahoma (11-3) idle. Next: vs. No. 25 Kansas State, Wed. 20. California (13-1) idle. Next: vs. No. 16 Oregon State, Friday.

Aggressive mentality pays of for Panthers against Lancers BY PAUL HALFACRE STLhighschoolsports.com

B E L L E V I L L E • When

O’Fallon junior guard Jalen Hodge got some space, he made Belleville East pay. Hodge’s aggressiveness spread to his teammates Tuesday as O’Fallon earned a 77-69 Southwestern Conference road victory against the Lancers. “I wanted to get our guys going early on and let them feel confident early on taking shots and letting them do what they do,” Hodge said. “It just came together the whole game and we played as well as we could.” Hodge led the Panthers (9-4 overall, 3-2 conference) with 20 points, with 12 of those points coming in the tone-setting first quarter. Hodge would drive to the basket or set up from behind the arc as he almost single-handedly outscored the Lancers in the first quarter. After Hodge’s 12-point outburst in the first quarter, his teammates picked it up from there. Whether it was driving to the basket or knocking down the open jumper from the wing, O’Fallon didn’t have a shortage of players willing to score as four players finished with double-figure scoring. Deion Norfleet finished with 18 points, Alex Orr scored 12 and Daron Thomas added 11.

Whenever Belleville East set up its full-court press, O’Fallon broke it with relative ease. “We have guards, and when you have guards the pressure shouldn’t hurt you, otherwise you’re in trouble,” O’Fallon coach Brian Muniz said. “We stayed attacking the entire game and that was key.” That attacking mentality led to O’Fallon shooting nearly 56 percent from the field, with only nine shots from behind the arc. Despite not having a player listed over 6-foot5, O’Fallon’s defense stifled Belleville East’s offense down low. Every time the ball was passed into the paint, O’Fallon was determined to make it hard. “We talk about how nothing gets easy — especially in the paint,” Muniz said. “We’re making it tough on them and nothing comes easy. Our guys did that tonight and we did a good job of rebounding for the most part.” While Belleville East did mount some runs and cut into O’Fallon’s double-digit lead in the fourth quarter, coach Abel Schrader felt his team played on its heels for most of the game. “You’ve got to give credit to O’Fallon, they were ready to play and took it to us,” Schrader said. “They made shots and they made plays, and we just kind of let them do what they wanted to do.

PAUL HALFACRE • STLhighschoolsports.com

O’Fallon’s Jalen Hodge (2) goes up for a layup in a game against Belleville East on Tuesday.

They wanted to beat us and we kind of let it happen.” Belleville East was led by 23 points from EnRico Sylvester and 21 from Javon Pickett. Nobody else broke into double-digits for the Lancers (8-5, 1-4), who continued to struggle in conference games. “We practice and we talk about being aggressive,” Schrader said. “We have five guys who can score and it’s just the fact that we have to play better

as a unit, as a team.” O’Fallon will look to take this momentum into Friday when it hosts Edwardsville. Hodge said he hopes the Panthers, who have won three in a row overall, get a confidence boost for the rest of the league schedule after beating the Lancers. “(Belleville East) is a good team, a top-four team, and we’re going to have to play with intensity every night,” Hodge said.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Duchesne 18 St. Dominic 53 S (9-2): A. Hermann 9. FG 19 (6), FT 9-13. Ritenour 9 2 11 9 31 Haz. West 14 10 16 13 53 H (5-3): Meeks 17, Chappel 16. FG 19 (8), FT 7-13. Washington 16 11 9 16 52 Holt 13 9 7 11 40 W (9-1): R. Arnold 14, Brinker 11, J. Arnold 10. FG 18 (9), FT 7-10. H (3-5): A. Meyer 16. FG 13 (3), FT 11-19. Edwardsville 16 16 22 13 67 E. St. Louis 7 10 8 10 35 Ed (14-0): M. Silvey 17, Pranger 14. FG 26 (3), FT 12-22. E. (2-5): Stanley 17. FG 11 (2), FT 11-17. Mt Vernon 11 6 6 5 28 Triad 21 0 17 16 54 T (6-6): Johnson 20. FG 20 (12), FT 2-2. Haz. East 3 3 9 10 25 Cor Jesu 6 16 15 11 48 H (1-7): R. Casson 9, Rush 9. FG 9 (4), FT 3-8. C (7-4): Erbs 14. FG 18 (6), FT 6-9. McCluer 11 4 14 9 38 Marquette 14 19 9 13 55 Ma (4-3): Drumm 21, Brown 13. FG 21 (0), FT 13-19.

22. South Florida (11-1) idle. Next: at Tulane, Wednesday. 23. DePaul (11-4) idle. Next: vs. Creighton, Wednesday. 24. Kentucky (9-5) idle. Next: vs. Missouri, Thursday. 25. Kansas State (11-3) idle. Next: at No. 20 Oklahoma, Wednesday.

Men’s basketball East CS Bakersfield 64, Dartmouth 60 Dayton 90, St. Bon. 74 Rhode Island 88, Saint Joseph’s 58 Stevens Tech 91, Utica 73 South Alabama 68, Mississippi St. 58 Arkansas 82, Tennessee 78 Bryan 74, Point (Ga.) 67 Florida 70, Mississippi 63 Freed-Hardeman 74, Williams Baptist 60 Indiana-East 93, Asbury 81 Jacksonville 124, Middle Georgia 85 Kentucky 100, Texas A&M 58 Lindsey Wilson 90, Brescia 87 North Carolina 89, Clemson 86, OT Ohio Christian 91, Alice Lloyd 63 UCF 48, East Carolina 45 UNC Asheville 70, Liberty 57 Union (Ky.) 100, Tenn. Wesleyan 81 Wake Forest 79, Boston College 66 Midwest Akron 89, Bowling Green 84 E. Michigan 85, Cent. Michigan 63 Kansas 90, Kansas St. 88 Kent St. 100, Ball St. 90 Miami (Ohio) 69, N. Illinois 67 Minn. Duluth 66, Wis.-Superior 56 Ohio 89, W. Michigan 58 Presentation 86, Minn.-Morris 83 Spring Arbor 80, Goshen 59 Toledo 86, Buffalo 54 Wis.-Stout 87, Silver Lake 64 Wisconsin 75, Indiana 68 Southwest TCU 60, Oklahoma 57 Texas Tech 77, West Virginia 76, OT

BASEBALL Remaining Free Agents q-did not accept $17.2 million qualfiying offer. NATIONAL LEAGUE ARIZONA (1) — Rickie Weeks, of. ATLANTA (3) — Emilio Bonifacio, of; Eric O’Flaherty, lhp; A.J. Pierzynski, c. CHICAGO (7) — Trevor Cahill, rhp; Chris Coghlan, of; Jason Hammel, rhp; Munenori Kawasaki, 2b-3b; David Ross, c; Joe Smith, rhp; Travis Wood, lhp. CINCINNATI (2) — Ross Ohlendorf, rhp; Alfredo Simon, rhp. COLORADO (6) — Jorge De La Rosa, lhp; Daniel Descalso, inf; Nick Hundley, c; Boone Logan, lhp; Ryan Raburn, of; Mark Reynolds, 1b. LOS ANGELES (5) — Brett Anderson, lhp; Joe Blanton, rhp; J.P. Howell, lhp; q-Kenley Jansen, rhp; Chase Utley, 2b. MIAMI (2) — Jeff Francoeur, of; Chris Johnson, 1b-3b. MILWAUKEE (2) — Blaine Boyer, rhp; Chris Capuano, lhp. NEW YORK (6) — Jerry Blevins, lhp; Alejandro De Aza, of; Kelly Johnson, 2b-3b; James Loney, 1b; Jon Niese, lhp; Fernando Salas, rhp. PHILADELPHIA (3) — Peter Bourjos, of; David Hernandez, rhp; Ryan Howard, 1b. PITTSBURGH (2) — Neftali Feliz, rhp; Ryan Vogelsong, rhp. CARDINALS (3) — Brandon Moss, 1b-of; Jordan Walden, rhp; Jerome Williams, rhp. SAN DIEGO (4) — Edwin Jackson, rhp; Brandon Morrow, rhp; Adam Rosales, 3b; Carlos Villanueva, rhp. SAN FRANCISCO (8) — Gordon Beckham, 2b; Gregor Blanco, of; Santiago Casilla, rhp; Javier Lopez, lhp; Joe Nathan, rhp; Angel Pagan, of; Jake Peavy, rhp; Sergio Romo, rhp. WASHINGTON (4) — Matt Belisle, rhp; Stephen Drew, 2b; Mat Latos, rhp; Yusmeiro Petit, rhp. AMERICAN LEAGUE BALTIMORE (7) — Pedro Alvarez, dh; Michael Bourn, of; Tommy Hunter, rhp; Nolan Reimold, of; Drew Stubbs, of; q-Mark Trumbo, of; Matt Wieters, c. BOSTON (2) — Ryan Hanigan, c; Aaron Hill, 3b. CHICAGO (3) — Matt Albers, rhp; Austin Jackson, of; Justin Morneau, dh. CLEVELAND (4) — Marlon Byrd, of; Coco Crisp, of; Rajai Davis, of; Mike Napoli, 1b. DETROIT (2) — Erick Aybar, ss; Jarrod Saltalamacchia, c. HOUSTON (3) — Doug Fister, rhp; Colby Rasmus, of; Luis Valbuena, 3b. KANSAS CITY (3) — Luke Hochevar, rhp; Kris Medlen, rhp; Peter Moylan, rhp. LOS ANGELES (4) — Tim Lincecum, rhp; Geovany Soto, c; Jered Weaver, rhp; Chris Wilson, lhp. MINNESOTA (1) — Kurt Suzuki, c. NEW YORK (2) — Billy Butler, of; Mark Teixeira, 1b. OAKLAND (2) — Ross Detwiler, lhp; Sam Fuld, of. SEATTLE (4) — Franklin Gutierrez, of; Chris Iannetta, c; Dae-ho Lee, 1b; Adam Lind, 1b. TAMPA BAY (3) — Kevin Jepsen, rhp; Logan Morrison, 1b; Alexei Ramirez, ss. TEXAS (1) — Colby Lewis, rhp. TORONTO (6) — q-Jose Bautista, of; q-Edwin Encarnacion, dh; Scott Feldman, rhp; Gavin Floyd, rhp; Dioner Navarro, c; Michael Saunders, of.

TUESDAY’S RESULTS BOYS BASKETBALL Elsberry 9 11 5 16 41 Warrenton 13 11 2 21 47 W (8-1): Alberternst 15, Tonioli 10. FG 14 (3), FT 16-21. Maplewood-RH 12 6 10 16 44 Whitield 16 17 17 15 65 M (3-7): Womak 21, Guynn 14. FG 18 (4), FT 4-9. W (7-5): Watson 18, Taylor 11. FG 24 (5), FT 12-20. FZ East 8 8 17 14 47 FZ West 11 17 12 16 56 Z (4-7): Staley 13. FG 16 (6), FT 9-15. F (7-4): Hampton 21, Chesnut 12. FG 17 (5), FT 17-24. Alton 17 9 9 21 56 Collinsville 11 13 11 15 50 A (7-4): Edwards 11, Walker 10. FG 20 (8), FT 8-10. C (6-8): Midgett 20. FG 18 (7), FT 7-14. Pky. Central 53 St. Charles 51 P (6-4): Campbell 12, Green 12, Silvestri 12. FG 22 (6), FT 3-7. Valley Park 18 29 28 26 101 Dupo 17 25 11 13 66 V (7-3): Burnett 21, Courtney 18, Shaw 15, Burkert 13, Harris 10. FG 45 (3), FT 8-10. D (3-11): Swims 21, Francis 20. FG 22 (9), FT 13-16. Northwest Ac. 21 13 23 25 82 Orchard Farm 15 7 17 20 59 O (8-4): Burgess 21, Wolfe 14, Williams 12. FG 23 (10), FT 3-6. Ladue 16 18 12 17 63 Borgia 18 16 17 18 69 B (3-6): Movila 24, Mehler 23, Kleekamp 16. FG 25 (6), FT 13-15. Pky. South 8 25 12 19 64 Oakville 16 7 12 13 48 P (6-6): Mullen 14, Unger 12. FG 25 (1), FT 1318. O (1-6): Gillmann 20. FG 18 (6), FT 6-10. Luth. South 15 17 12 9 53 MICDS 22 19 7 17 65 L (5-5): J. Yaeger 27. FG 20 (3), FT 10-11. M (7-5): Spence 24, M. Roper 21. FG 27 (8), FT 3-3. Lift For Life 6 6 14 12 38 Brentwood 9 11 12 15 47 L (4-8): Brown 11, Davis 11. FG 14 (4), FT 6-13. B (3-6): Sappington 16, Jones 11. FG 16 (2), FT 13-22.

Howell 15 24 18 8 65 Ritenour 22 15 17 18 72 R (7-3): Kobe 18, Williams 13, Ball 12, Garmon 12. FG 28 (6), FT 10-16. Westminster 8 15 12 19 54 JohnBurroughs 4 6 17 17 44 W (5-4): Webb 25. FG 19 (3), FT 13-25. J (4-5): Goldfarb 9, Hardwick 9. FG 17 (5), FT 5-7. Pky. West 4 7 17 14 42 Marquette 13 10 7 10 40 P (8-3): Swiney 15, Yess 10. FG 16 (4), FT 6-12. M (3-6): Bulanda 23, Osterman 10. FG 16 (3), FT 5-10. St.Chas. West 10 8 13 14 45 Vianney 19 10 12 16 57 S (4-6): Anderson 17, Whitney 12. FG 19 (5), FT 2-3. V (4-6): Braun 20, Krus 20. FG 22 (8), FT 5-9. Luth. North 9 9 13 11 42 Jennings 9 24 28 6 67 L (5-5): Nesbitt 11, Buford 10, White 10. FG 15 (1), FT 11-22. E. St. Louis 13 13 8 21 55 Edwardsville 16 11 14 25 66 E. (9-5): Estes 14, K. Chairs 13, Carter 10, Hargrove 10. FG 21 (5), FT 8-12. Ed (12-1): Smith 26, Stephen 15. FG 21 (5), FT 19-23. Belle 8 15 8 10 41 Hermann 13 11 17 25 66 B: Sanders 17, Smith 15. FG 16 (4), FT 5-13. H (9-0): Wade 22, Moeckli 14, Leimkuehler 11. FG 27 (5), FT 7-10. Fath.McGivney 4 0 4 6 14 Nokomis 21 16 13 2 52 F (1-13): Jones 8. FG 5 (2), FT 2-2. Waterloo 6 11 7 16 40 Pinckneyville 16 12 16 16 60 W (4-9): Hunt 12, Lenhardt 10. FG 15 (1), FT 9-12. Freeburg 8 13 12 5 38 Red Bud 5 3 18 10 36 F (8-6): Weiss 16. FG 13 (4), FT 8-15. R (4-7): Birchler 11. FG 11 (3), FT 11-19. Wesclin 16 5 12 16 49 Breese C. 13 10 19 14 56 W (9-5): Ottensmeier 18, Brede 10. FG 19 (6), FT 5-9. B (11-3): Schulte 15, Joest 14, Ratermann 14. FG 21 (3), FT 11-16. Duchesne 6 20 10 13 49 St. Mary’s 22 10 23 9 64 S (12-0): Collins 20, Rasas 14. FG 25 (7), FT 7-12.

Oakville 17 7 17 7 48 Fox 16 9 16 18 59 O (3-6): Ball 12, Kuntze 11. FG 21 (3), FT 3-13. F (6-2): Farrell 25, Donart 14, Taylor 10. FG 22 (3), FT 12-22. Troy 9 5 13 7 34 McCluer North 7 16 14 10 47 M (7-6): Collins 17. FG 18 (1), FT 10-17. Riverview 2 6 4 12 24 Ladue 24 13 21 8 66 R (2-5): D. Kaiser 9. FG 10 (1), FT 3-7. L (6-4): Collins 16, Minkler 14, Peete 13, Bland 11. FG 22 (5), FT 17-33. Jennings 13 6 14 13 46 Luth. North 9 14 12 19 54 J (1-9): Gary 12, White 11, Whitt 10. FG 17 (3), FT 9-19. L (8-3): M. Buford 14, Davis 10. FG 21 (4), FT 8-17. Lift For Life 12 9 16 16 53 Brentwood 13 15 15 14 57 B (6-1): M. Callihan 17, Franklin 15, Ingersol 12. FG 18 (3), FT 18-30. Northwest-CH 8 4 3 2 17 Pky. Central 25 14 15 6 60 N (1-8): Fortner 5. FG 6 (1), FT 4-8. P (6-1): G. Stephens 17, Cooke 11, O. Stephens 10. FG 25 (4), FT 6-17. McKinley 8 5 18 13 44 Principia 7 19 17 23 66 P (8-2): Rather 29, Demaree 19, Fredrickson 11. FG 27 (3), FT 9-18. Valley Park 4 7 17 13 41 Hillsboro 24 31 12 12 79 V (5-6): Clouson 17, Ballard 10. FG 19 (2), FT 1-4. H (10-1): Close 41, Nichols 13. FG 31 (4), FT 13-15. Montgomery Co 16 5 11 2 34 Orchard Farm 18 29 19 10 76 M (4-3): Schmidt 12, Prior 11. FG 14 (0), FT 6-16. O (9-3): Hopkins 32, Heitmann 16, Johnston 11. FG 28 (8), FT 12-19. Westminster 8 9 6 7 30 Pattonville 18 14 14 8 54 W (1-9): Keys 9. FG 11 (2), FT 6-8. P (6-3): Spears 16, Danfort 12, Brown 10. FG 25 (0), FT 4-10. Granite City 10 9 11 2 32 Bellvl. West 16 14 13 14 57 B (11-5): Carter 23, Thurwalker 20. FG 22 (2), FT 11-17.

GIRLS SWIMMING Visitation 101, Westminster 75 200 medley relay: Visitation, 2:03 200 freestyle: Alli Hanlon, Visitation, 2:03.34 200 IM: Christina Jurotich, Visitation, 2:25.01 50 freestyle: Mackenzie Wieberg, Westminster, 25.99 Diving: Anna Johnson, Westminster, 157.05 100 butterfly: Christina Jurotich, Visitation, 1:02.13 100 freestyle: Mackenzie Wieberg, Westminster, 57.95 500 freestyle: Emily O’Connell, Visitation, 5:38.57 200 freestyle relay: Visitation, 1:46.37 100 backstroke: Halle Durand, Visitation, 1:08.25 100 breaststroke: Kate Atkinson, Visitation, 1:15.14 400 freestyle relay: Visitation, 3:57.44

WEDNESDAY’S SCHEDULE BOYS BASKETBALL

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Clayton at Seckman, 6 p.m. Trinity at Madison, 6:15 p.m. Saxony Lutheran at St. Pius X, 6:45 p.m. Eureka at Summit, 7 p.m. Lift For Life at Crossroads, 7 p.m. McCluer at Lafayette, 7 p.m. Gtwy Science Ac. at Hancock, 7 p.m. Union at St. James, 7:30 p.m. North County at De Soto, 7:30 p.m.

Haz Central at Normandy, 5:30 p.m. Eureka at Summit, 5:30 p.m. Gtwy Science Ac. at Hancock, 5:30 p.m. Lift For Life at Crossroads, 5:30 p.m. Parkway South at Kirkwood, 6 p.m. Trinity at Barat Academy JV, 6 p.m. Roxana at Wood River, 6 p.m. Dupo at Chester, 6 p.m.

Mount Olive at Kincaid, 6:15 p.m. Francis Howell at Rock Bridge, 7 p.m. Mater Dei at Althof, 7:30 p.m. Arcadia Valley at Jeferson, 7:30 p.m. FZ West at St. Charles West, 7:30 p.m. Steeleville at Gibault, 7:30 p.m. Union at Newburg, 7:30 p.m.

WRESTLING Fort Zumwalt West at FH North, 6 p.m.

GIRLS SWIMMING at Eagan CC Borgia, Trinity and Duchesne, 3:30 p.m. at Forest Park Rosati-Kain vs. Nerinx Hall, 4 p.m. Other area meets: MICDS at John Burroughs, 4 p.m. Parkway South at Lafayette, 4:30 p.m. FZ West at Marquette, 4:30 p.m.

TOURNAMENT SCHEDULES GIRLS BASKETBALL JOHN BURROUGHS INVITATIONAL First round Clayton 71, Roosevelt 14 Brentwood 39, Afton 33 Lutheran South 74, Fort Zumwalt East 15 John Burroughs 44, Rosati-Kain 14 Consolation semiinals, Wednesday Afton vs Roosevelt, 5:30 p.m. Rosati-Kain vs Fort Zumwalt East, 7 p.m. Semiinals, Wednesday Brentwood vs Clayton, 5:30 p.m. John Burroughs vs Luth. South, 7 p.m. Seventh place 11 a.m. Saturday. Consolation inal 12:30 p.m. Saturday. Third place 2 p.m. Saturday. Championship 3:30 p.m. Saturday. RANDI PERKINS TOURNAMENT at Fox First round, Tuesday Cor Jesu 48, Hazelwood East 25 Fox 59, Oakville 48 Pattonville 54, Westminster 30 Ladue 66, Riverview Gardens 24 Consolation semiinals, Thursday Oakville vs Haz. East, 5 p.m. Riverview vs Westminster, 3:30 p.m. Semiinals, Thursday Fox vs Cor Jesu, 8 p.m. Ladue vs Pattonville, 6:30 p.m. Seventh place, Friday 3:30 p.m. Consolation inal, Friday 5 p.m. Third place, Friday 6:30 p.m. Championship, Friday 8 p.m. PARKWAY WEST CLASSIC First round, Tuesday Parkway Central 60, Northwest Cedar Hill 17 McCluer North 47, Troy Buchanan 34 Fort Zumwalt South 49, Parkway West 21

Marquette 55, McCluer 38 Consolation semiinals, Wednesday Troy Buchanan vs Northwest Cedar Hill, 8:30 p.m. McCluer vs Parkway West, 4 p.m. Semiinals, Wednesday: McCluer North vs Parkway Central, 5:30 p.m. Marquette vs FZ South, 7 p.m. Seventh place, Friday 4 p.m. Consolation inal, Friday 5:30 p.m. Third place, Friday 7 p.m. Championship, Friday 8:30 p.m. 11TH CHESTER MIDWINTER CLASSIC First round New Athens 53, Trico 19 Valmeyer vs Sparta, (n) Dupo vs Chester, 6 p.m. Wed. Elverado vs Marissa, 7:15 p.m. Wed. Consolation semiinal 6 p.m. Thursday. and 6 p.m. Friday. Semiinal 7:15 p.m. Thursday and 7:15 p.m. Friday. Seventh place 1 p.m. Saturday. Consolation inal 2:30 p.m. Saturday. Third place 4 p.m. Saturday. Championship 5:30 p.m. Saturday. ST. JOSEPH’S SHOOTOUT All games Saturday Incarnate Word vs Marian Catholic, 11:30 a.m. Whitfield vs Parkway North, 1 p.m. Edwardsville vs Hazelwood Central, 2:30 p.m. MICDS vs St. Joseph’s, 4 p.m. 26TH HIGHLAND SHOOTOUT All games Saturday Civic Memorial vs Highland, 10 a.m.

BOYS BASKETBALL WARRENTON WINTER CLASSIC First round, Tuesday Liberty (Wentzville) 61, Hannibal 54 Holt 47, O’F Christian 44 Warrenton 47, Elsberry 41 Fort Zumwalt West 56, Fort Zumwalt East 47 Consolation semiinals, Wednesday Hannibal vs. O’Fallon Christian, 4 p.m. FZ East vs. Elsberry, 5:30 p.m. Semiinals, Thursday Liberty vs. Holt, 7 p.m. Warrenton vs. FZ West, 8:30 p.m. Seventh place 3 p.m. Saturday. Consolation inal 4:30 p.m. Saturday. Third place 6 p.m. Saturday. Championship 7:30 p.m. Saturday. KAMINSKY CLASSIC at Joplin First round, Thursday Jeferson City vs Glendale, 4:30 p.m. Francis Howell vs Webb City, 6 p.m. William Chrisman vs Joplin, 7:30 p.m. St. Louis Christian vs McDonald Co., 9 p.m. Consolation semiinal 4:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. Friday. Semiinal 7:30 p.m. and 9 p.m. Friday. Seventh place 11 a.m. Saturday. Consolation inal 12:30 p.m. Saturday. Third place 2 p.m. Saturday. Championship 3:30 p.m. Saturday. 26TH ANNUAL HIGHLAND SHOOTOUT All games Saturday Carbondale vs Vianney, 11:30 a.m. Webster Groves vs Belleville East, 1 p.m. Rockhurst vs Highland, 3 p.m. Chaminade vs Champaign Central, 4:45 p.m. Peoria Manual vs Stevenson, 6:30 p.m. Althof vs East St. Louis, 8:15 p.m.