The Riverside-Brookfield High School boys basketball team’s balance was on full display in a 78-49 win over visiting Immaculate Conception on Friday.
Four players scored in double figures as the Bulldogs led the entire game. Junior guard Jalen Clanton led the way with 19 points and Daniko Jackson contributed 15 points, seven assists and five steals. James Kaczmarczyk (12 points, 7 rebounds), Skyler Nash (11 points, 5 rebounds) and Jalen Brooks (6 points, 4 rebounds) also contributed for RBHS.
Nash, a transfer from Whitney Young, had a solid debut with the Bulldogs after missing the first six games of the season.
The Bulldogs (6-1, 2-0 Metro Suburban West) host Fenton on Friday, Dec. 18 at 7 p.m. During Christmas break, RBHS will compete in the Jack Tosh Holiday Classic at York High School (Dec. 26-31).
Fenwick boys basketball
Senior guard Mike Smith scored 19 points and dished out three assists in a 47-37 win against visiting St. Ignatius.
RBHS girls basketball
The Bulldogs won their fourth game game in a row with a 59-46 victory against Oak Lawn. Lyndsey Hoyd (18 points), Sam Bloom (14 points) and Jess JnoBaptiste (10 points) led a balanced effort against the holiday tournament host Spartans.
JnoBaptise also recorded a game-high 15 rebounds, while Maggie Shereck (7 points), Lexi Walker and Maddie Meehan pulled down five boards apiece. Allie Kucera, Coco Murray and Taylor Jensen provided solid support off the bench.
RBHS was active defensively with 16 steals (8 by Bloom) and 20 points off turnovers.
Fenwick girls basketball
McKenzie Blaze scored a team-high 16 points and Kate Moore added 14 points to power the Friars past visiting De La Salle 64-48 on Saturday afternoon. Freshman guard Audrey Hetzer also reached double figures with 10 points and Kiki Sheard chipped in seven points.
Fenwick head coach Dave Power moved within three victories of 900 career wins in his 39th season as a girls high school basketball coach
“I told our athletic director [Scott Thies] when I hit 900, get me a twinkie and put a candle in it,” Power said. “I really think it’s about the kids. All the great players I’ve had and still have. We’ve had so many wonderful and dedicated girls be a part of the program.”
LTHS boys bowling
Senior Jack McGuinn rolled a perfect game against Hinsdale Central. His 300 score is the first in program history. The Lions defeated the Red Devils 3317-2577.