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Woodland-Dwight at United Center on sale
Tickets are available for purchase by the general public at both Woodland and Dwight high schools for the teams' varsity boys basketball meeting Saturday, January 13 at the home of the Chicago Bulls, the United Center.
The high school game will be played with a 2 p.m. opening tip ahead of the Bulls' 7 p.m. contest against the Detroit Pistons. The Woodland-Dwight and Bulls-Pistons tickets will be sold as a package. For the Bulls game, 100-level tickets cost $135, 200-level $100 and 300-level $45.
For more information, contact Woodland athletics director Isaac Steidinger at 815-672-5974, ext. 1109.
 

RSM 8s top MVK 28-23

A 28-23 final lifted Ransom-St. Michael's eighth-grade boys basketball team over Mazon-Verona-Kinsman, with RSM led by Wyatt Thompson's 10 points as well as seven apiece from Cade Stevens and Nick Yanek.
 
Rutland 7s edged for consolation
The Rutland seventh-grade boys cagers won one and lost two in the Ladd Tournament. After a 24-13 loss to Amboy (Jackson Damron seven points), Rutland was victorious 36-28 over Lostant (Damron 22 points, four apiece from Cayden Reynolds and Gabe Hicks). That sent the 7s to the consolation title game, where Rutland was edged by Putnam County 24-23 (Damron eight points, Hicks six, Bradley Reynolds four).
 
Serena cagers sweep Lisbon
In seventh- and eighth-grade boys hoops, Serena swept Lisbon with a 30-11 win in the 7s game (Cooper Langston 16 points, Bradley Armour six, Hudson Stafford four) and a 40-37 eighth-grade victory (Hunter Muffler 13 points, Ben Shugrue a dozen points).
Serena's 7s also beat Newark by a 33-25 final, with Langston (10 points), Armour (10 points) and Stafford (six points) leading the offense; while the 8s were edged 36-33 despite nine points from Dylan Cartwright and eight from Cole Shannon.
 
Marseilles dealt defeats
Marseilles fell to Seneca in a pair of junior high basketball contests. In seventh-grade play, it was 30-14 despite seven points apiece from Devin Henning and Alex Castro. In the eighth-grade game, Marseilles was defeated 33-15 despite Logan Stevenson's five points and four from Ramazan Ibishoski.

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