The St. Francis boys basketball team had a very successful weekend, notching a 66-46 win over Aurora Central Catholic on Friday and then backing that up with a 71-67 decision over Glenbard South a day later.
Zach Prociuk led the team with 22 points against the Raiders while Kilian Brown and Jason Sullivan chipped in with 21 and 18 points, respectively.
Wheaton Warrenville South
The Tigers lost 78-46 to Naperville Central on Friday. Joe Metzger scored 12 points and Aidan Hernandez tallied eight.
Earlier in the week, Wheaton Warrenville South fell 69-49 to Glenbard West.
The Wildcats, who took a break from game action last weekend, had previously dropped a 71-65 decision to Kaneland on Feb. 11.
John Konchar finished with 25 points and Mitch Henke added 15 points.
With four players reaching double figures, the Warriors defeated Chicago Christian 78-50 on Saturday. Chris Johnson led the way with 15 points and Bryce Sandberg, Josh Ruggles and Chandler Fuzak each totaled 10. Evan Williams added nine points.
Tuesday turned out to be a special day for Chrissy Baird. On a night where the senior center became the program’s all-time leading scorer, the Falcons began the postseason with a 57-41 win over Downers Grove South in a Class 4A regional semifinal.
Baird scored 12 points to raise her varsity total to 1,058, eclipsing the previous top mark held by Fantasia Vine. Emari Jones also scored 12 points and Abby Tiesman added 10.
With the win, Wheaton North advances to tonight’s 7 p.m. regional final against Geneva.
The Wildcats saw their season come to an end Monday in a 31-25 loss to Downers Grove South in a Wheaton North Class 4A regional quarterfinal.
Shelly Molskow’s eight points topped the squad while Madeline Earls scored six.
The Spartans geared up for the playoffs with a 43-36 win over Timothy Christian on Feb. 11. Mia Mazza led the way with 14 points and Caroline Pins added 10.
The Warriors closed out the regular season with a 66-23 loss to Montini on Feb. 12. Christina Garrison topped the squad with six points and six rebounds.