The State Farm Classic - Girls


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Originally Posted Online: Dec. 26, 2012, 10:05 am
Last Updated: Dec. 29, 2012, 2:50 pm
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By Dan Tomlin, dtomlin@qconline.com

Large School Girls
Day 1 - Wednesday
G1 Springfield 57, Bloomington 27
G2 Morgan Park 62, Peoria ND 29
G3 Richwoods 60, Geneseo 21 
G4 Normal West 43, Belvidere North 33 
G5 U-High 53, Sacred Heart Griffin 32
G6 Champ. Centennial 65, Metamora 42
G7 Rock Island 72, Normal Comm. 31
G8 Morton 45, St. Ignatius 29

Day 2 - Thursday
G9 Geneseo 51, Belvidere North 42
G10 St. Ignatius 47, Normal Comm. 23
G11 Sacred Heart Griffin 58, Metamora 37
G12 Bloomington 36, Peoria ND 32
G13 Springfield 52, Morgan Park 38
G14 Champ. Centennial 41, U-High 37
G15 Rock Island 55, Morton 53
G16 Richwoods 65, Normal West 43
G17 Belvidere North 47, Normal Comm. 29
G18 Peoria ND 56, Metamora 44

Day 3 - Friday
G19 Normal Comm. 32, Metamora 31 (7th place consolation)
G20 Sacred Heart Griffin 46, Bloomington 27
G21 Morgan Park 60, U-High 54
G22 Belvidere North 63, Peoria ND 47 (5th place consolation)
G23 St. Ignatius 43, Geneseo 29
G24 Morton 52, Normal West 27
G25 Geneseo 44, Bloomington 32 (3rd place consolation)
G26 Morgan Park 48, Morton 44 (5th place)
G27 Richwoods 75, Rock Island 54
G28 Normal West 59, U-High 45 (7th place)
G29 St. Ignatius 53, SHG 40 (Consolation Championship)
G30 Champ. Centennial 60, Springfield 54

Day 4 - Saturday
G31 Springfield 46, Rock Island 43 (3rd place)
G32 3:30 p.m. - Richwoods v. Centennial (Championship)

FINAL RANKING (original rank)
3. Springfield (3)
4. Rock Island (4)
5. Morgan Park (6)
6. Morton (5)
7. Normal West (9)
8. U-High (7)
9. St. Ignatius (12)
10. Sacred Heart Griffin (10)
11. Geneseo (16)
12. Bloomington (14)
13. Belvidere North (8)
14. Peoria ND (11)
15. Normal Community (13)
16. Metamora (15)



Small School Girls
Day 1 - Wednesday
G1 Brimfield 55, St. Joe Ogden 44
G2 Central Catholic 72, Tri-Valley 22
G3 Peoria Christian 44, Alleman 37
G4 St. Thomas More 60, CPC/ASE 23
G5 Pana 57, Prairie Central 55
G6 Annawan 68, Sterling Newman 47
G7 El Paso-Gridley 50, Rock Falls 39
G8 Rochester 66, Bishop MacNamara 65

Day 2 - Thursday
G13 Central Catholic 81, Brimfield 59
G14 Rochester 41, El Paso-Gridley 38
G15 Annawan 52, Pana 40
G16 St. Thomas More 62, Peo. Christian 39
G9 Alleman 41, CPC/ASE 19
G10 Prairie Central 58, Newman 29
G11 Bishop MacNamara 51, Rock Falls 46 
G12 Tri-Valley 46, St. Joe Ogden 44
G17 Newman 40, Camp Pt. Central/ASE 30
G18 St. Joe Ogden 45, Rock Falls 42


Day 3 - Friday
G19 Rock Falls 49, CPC/ASE 36 (7th place consolation)
G20 Bishop MacNamara 52, Tri-Valley 31
G21 El Paso-Gridley 62, Brimfield 51
G22 St. Joe Ogden 43, Newman 39 OT (5th place consolation)
G23 Alleman 50, Prairie Central 41
G24 Pana 51, Peo. Christian 46
G25 Prairie Central 57, Tri-Valley 24 (3rd place consolation)
G26 El Paso-Gridley 41, Pana 28 (5th place)
G27 St. Thomas More 62, Annawan 58 OT
G28 Brimfield 41, Peo. Christian 35 (7th place)
G29 Alleman 42, Bishop Mac 41 OT (Consolation Championship)
G30 Central Catholic 55, Rochester 36

Day 4 - Saturday
G31 Rochester 53, Annawan 52 (3rd place)
G32 6:50 p.m. - St. Thomas More v. Central Catholic (Championship)

FINAL RANKING (orginial rank)
3. Rochester (7)
4. Annawan (4)
5. El Paso-Gridley (2)
6. Pana (5)
7. Brimfield (6)
8. Peo. Christian (8)
9. Alleman (9)
10. Bishop MacNamara (10)
11. Prairie Central (12)
12. Tri-Valley (14)
13. St. Joe Ogden (11)
14. Sterling Newman (13)
15. Rock Falls (15)
16. Camp Pt. Central (16)
















 



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