January 18, 2012 10:32PM
No. 1 Marist 70, Nazareth 22: Leah Bolton had 14 points and Claire Ryan 12 for visiting Marist (20-1, 5-0) in the East Suburban Catholic.
No. 6 Marian Catholic 63, Bishop McNamara 21: Ashton Millender’s 11 points led host Marian (14-8, 4-1) in the East Suburban Catholic. Teniya Page chipped in 10 points for the Spartans.
No. 9 Rich South 63, Kankakee 50: Tierra Webb’s triple-double of 17 points, 12 rebounds and 10 steals led visiting Rich South (14-4, 5-1) in the Southland. DeAsia Garrett had 12 points for the Stars.
No. 2 Hillcrest 61, Richards 48: Jalen Loving had 16 points for Hillcrest (14-3, 7-0) in the South Suburban crossover. Lavante Smith scored 18 points for host Richards (9-8, 5-2).
Lockport 3,152, Romeoville 3,043: Brian Hodolitz (693 series) earned medalist honors for Lockport at Strike N’ Spare, with David Wysocki (652) and Shane Matejcak (648) also contributing.
Andrew 1,893, Lincoln-Way West 1,825: Medalist Cassie Boat rolled a 467 series for Andrew at Orland Bowl. Morgan Flaharty’s 446 series led Lincoln-Way West.
Lincoln-Way East 1,494, Crete-Monee 1,361: Michelle Rybarczyk’s 332 series led Lincoln-Way East. Crete-Monee’s Jasmine Fisher was the medalist with a 368 series.
Lockport 1,930, Joliet Central 1,251: Medalist Ashley Hostert (417 series) and Nicole Troha (407) led Lockport at Strike N’ Spare II.
Lincoln-Way North 1,777, Stagg 1,336: Lincoln-Way North won the dual.
Illiana Christian triangular: Tinley Park defeated Ag Science 42-23 and Illiana 60-22. David McDonald, Bryan Hermann, Dan Korycki and Josh Guntes all won two matches for Tinley Park.
Andrew 131.1, Sandburg/Stagg co-op 127.6: Andrew won the dual in Tinley Park.
Contributing: Tim O’Brien
WILTON, Conn. – Wilton has its very own national historic site with Weir Farm, and it is celebrating its 21st anniversary this weekend.
The anniversary was technically Oct. 31, and a celebratory walk had been scheduled for Oct. 30. But that was canceled because of the unusual winter storm, said Cassie Werne, a park ranger at Weir Farm. the event was rescheduled for this weekend.
The celebration includes an hour-and-a-half walk around the park lead by Park Ranger Caitlin Sjaarda, who will answer the park’s most frequently asked question: How do you become a national park and why is Weir farm one?
Although the park has regular guided tours, Werne said, “This walk is really exciting, because it ends in cake.”
Weir Farm, the home of American Impressionist painter J. Alden Weir, was established as a part of the National Park Service on Oct. 31, 1990.
Registration is required to participate in the Sunday, Nov. 13, walk and celebration. There is no fee. the walk will begin at 1 p.m., followed by cake and sparkling cider.