LOCAL FOOTBALL SCORING UPDATES PRESENTED BY THE HUNGRY HOBO:

Local conference basketball standings


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Western Big 6 boys

  Conf.
  Over.  
TEAM
W
L

W
L
Rock Island 8 2

25 5
Galesburg 7
3
20 14
Quincy 6 4

16
10
Moline
5 5
19
13
Alleman
2
8
8 19
United Township 2 8
5 22

POSTSEASON FINISH:

-- UT (regional opener)

-- Quincy, Moline, Alleman (regional semis)

-- Galesburg (sectional semis)

-- Rock Island (sectional finals)

 

Mississippi Athletic boys

  Conf.
  Over.  
TEAM
W
L

W
L
Bettendorf
16
0

25 1
North Scott 13
3
20 4
Assumption 12
4
19
8
Pleasant Valley 11 5
15
7
Davenport Central
7 9
11 12
Davenport West 6 10
9 13
Burlington 6 10
8 14
Clinton 4 12
7 15
Muscatine 3 13
4 18
Davenport North
2 14

5 17

POSTSEASON FINISH:

-- North, Muscatine, Clinton (substate openers)

-- West, Central, Burlington (substate semis)

-- North Scott, PV (substate championships)

-- Assumption (fourth)

-- Bettendorf (second)

 

Northern Illinois Big 12 West boys

  Conf.
  Over.  
TEAM
W
L

W
L
LaSalle-Peru 10 0
  19
10
Ottawa 8 2
22 6
Geneseo 5
5
10 16
Sterling 4 6

11 18
Streator 2 8
8 19
Dixon 1
9
3 25

POSTSEASON FINISH:

-- Geneseo, Sterling, Dixon, Streator (regional openers)

-- Ottawa (regional semis)

-- L-P (regional finals)

 

West Central North boys

  Conf.
  Over.  
TEAM
W
L

W
L
Monmouth-Roseville
8 2

26 5
Rockridge 8 2

23 5
Carthage Illini West 7 3

16
13
Orion 3
7
18
13
Macomb 3
7
6 19
Sherrard 1
9
6 21

POSTSEASON FINISH:

-- Sherrard (regional opener)

-- Macomb (regional semis)

-- Orion and Carthage Illini West (regional championship)

-- Rockridge (sectional semis)

-- Monmouth-Roseville (Elite Eight)

Three Rivers boys


  Conf.
  Over.  
TEAM
W
L

W
L
Kewanee 14
0

22 5
Sterling Newman 13 1

25 5
Riverdale 9 5
15
14
Erie 8 6
19
14
Bureau Valley 7 7
19
12
Prophetstown 6 8
14 15
Fulton 3 11
6 25
Amboy 2
12
6 22
Morrison 1 13

6 26

POSTSEASON FINISH:

-- Fulton, Amboy (regional opener)

-- Kewanee, Prophetstown, Morrison, Bureau Valley (regional semis)

-- Riverdale (regional final)

-- Erie (sectional semis)

-- Newman (sectional finals)


Lincoln Trail boys


  Conf.
  Over.  
TEAM
W
L

W
L
Galva-Williamsville 10 0
23 5
Wethersfield 8 2
25 7
Stark County 8 2

12 16
Mercer County 7 3
19
10
Ridgewood 6 4
16
13
Biggsville West Central 5 5
14 13
ROWVA 4 6
10 18
Annawan 4 6
12 20
Princeville 2
8
6 20
Sciota West Prairie 1 9
6 19
Monmouth United
0
10
1
24

POSTSEASON FINISH:

-- ROWVA, West Central, West Prairie (regional opener)

-- United, Ridgewood, Stark County (regional quarters)

-- Mercer County, Galva, Princeville (regional semis)

-- Annawan (regional finals)

-- Wethersfield (sectional semis)

Western Big 6 girls

  Conf.
Over.  
TEAM
W
L

W
L
Rock Island
10 0

25
4
United Township
7
3
19
13
Galesburg 6 4

18
13
Moline 3 7
11 20
Alleman 2
8
17
15
Quincy 2 8
11 14

POSTSEASON FINISH:

-- Rock Island, Moline, Galesburg and Quincy (regional semifinals)

-- United Township (regional title)

-- Alleman (sectional semis)

 

Mississippi Athletic girls

  Conf.
Over.  
TEAM
W
L

W
L
Assumption
16
0

25 2
Muscatine 14
2
20
4
Pleasant Valley
12
4

13
10
North Scott 10
6
14
9
Bettendorf 9 7

11 12
Burlington 7 9

10 12
Davenport West 5
11

5
16
Clinton 4 12

5
17
Davenport Central 3 13

4 18
Davenport North
0
16

0
21

POSTSEASON FINISH:

-- Central and North  (region openers)

-- Bettendorf, West, Burlington and Clinton (region semis)

-- PV and North Scott (regional title)

-- Muscatine (Elite Eight)

-- Assumption (state title)

 

Northern Illinois Big 12 West girls


Conf.

Over.
TEAM
W
L

W
L
Ottawa 9 1

23 6
Sterling 9 1

21 13
Geneseo 5 5
15
16
Dixon 4
6
11
18
LaSalle-Peru 3 7
11 17
Streator 0
10
2
25

POSTSEASON FINISH:

-- Streator  (regional opener)

-- LaSalle-Peru and Dixon (regional semifinals)

-- Geneseo (regional finals)

-- Ottawa (sectional semis)

-- Sterling (sectional finals)

 

West Central North girls

  Conf.
Over.  
TEAM
W
L

W
L
Sherrard
9 1

27
4
Carthage Illini West 8 2

20 11
Orion 5
5
19
10
Monmouth-Roseville 3
7
13
17
Rockridge 3 7

12
17
Macomb 2
8
11
16

POSTSEASON FINISH:

-- Monmouth-Roseville and Macomb  (regional opener)

-- Rockridge (regional semis)

-- Orion (regional finals)

-- Carthage Illini West (sectional semifinals)

-- Sherrard (sectional finals)

Three Rivers girls

  Conf.
Over.  
TEAM
W
L

W
L
Prophetstown 13
1

27
4
Riverdale 13
1

25
3
Sterling Newman 9 5
15
12
Erie 8 6

20 10
Kewanee 7 7

14
17
Amboy 6
8

14 13
Fulton 5
9
10
20
Morrison 2
12

5
22
Bureau Valley
0
14

1
27

POSTSEASON FINISH:

-- Morrison, Bureau Valley and Amboy (regional opener)

-- Kewanee and Fulton (regional semis)

-- Erie and Newman (regional finals)

-- Riverdale and Prophetstown (sectional semifinals)



Lincoln Trail girls


  Conf.
Over.  
TEAM
W
L

W
L
Annawan 10
0

30 3
Stark County 8
2

20 9
Biggsville West Central 7
2
15 12
Wethersfield 7 3
23 8
Ridgewood 6 3

14
14
ROWVA 5 5
15
13
Mercer County 3 7
9 21
Princeville 3 7

8 19
Galva-Williamsfield 2
8
10 18
Sciota West Prairie 2 8

2 21
Monmouth United 1
9
5
20

POSTSEASON FINISH:

-- Mercer County, Ridgewood, Galva and West Prairie (regional opener)

-- Monmouth United, Stark County, ROWVA, Princeville and Biggsville West Central (regional semis)

-- Wethersfield (regional finals)

-- Annawan (third)
















 



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