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Hinckley-Big Rock Rolls Past Indian Creek for Title

Newark Takes Third Place from Leland

Earlville 81, Malta 70

Leland 78, Somonauk 70

Newark 57, Paw Paw 37

Hinckley-Big Rock 66, Serena 58

Indian Creek 72, Earlville 53

SEMIFINALS

Hinckley-Big Rock 48, Newark 43

Indian Creek 72, Leland 47

THIRD PLACE

Newark 68, Leland 56

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

Hinckley-Big Rock 54, Indian Creek 43

Championship Game Box Score
 
HINCKLEY-BIG ROCK (54) - Byington 7 6-7 22, Johnson 2 5-8 10, Klotz 3 2-4 11, Judd 1 0-2 2, Geltz 1 0-0 2, Leggett 2 1-4 5, Nagy 0 2-2 2.  Totals 16 16-27 54.
 
INDIAN CREEK (43) - Ehlers 1 2-2 5, L. Oleson 4 1-1 11, Spears 1 0-0 2, Todd 0 0-2 0, Martin 4 1-2 9, Kearns 5 1-2 11, J. Oleson 2 1-2 5.  Totals 17 6-11 43.
 
Hickley-Big Rock                15   15    9   17 - 54
Indian Creek                     14    7     9   13 - 43
 
Three-point goals - H-BR 6 (Byington 2, Johnson, Klotz 3), Indian Creek 3 (Ehlers, L. Oleson 2).  Total fouls (fouled out) - H-BR 16 (none), Indian Creek 26 (J. Oleson, Martin, Kearns).
 

Final 1995-96 Little Ten Conference Standings

 

                      W   L

Somonauk              7   1

Indian Creek          7   1

Hinckley-Big Rock     6   2

Newark                6   2

Leland                3   5

Paw Paw               2   6

Earlville             2   6

Malta                 2   6

Serena                1   7

 

 

1995-96 Little Ten All-Conference Team

 

* Houston Cline, Somonauk, Senior 5-foot-11 Guard : Two-time All-LTC.  Team leader as Bobcats point guard, averaged 15.4 points per game.

 

Dan Wyant, Somonauk, Junior 6-foot Guard : Averaged 9.0 points per game and hit 70-percent from the free throw line.

 

* J.J. Byington, Hinckley-Big Rock, Senior 6-foot-3 Center : Three-time All-LTC.  A four-year varsity player, was Royals team leader. He averaged 20.7 points per game and 11.8 rebounds per game.

 

* Ryan Johnson, Hinckley-Big Rock, Senior 6-foot Guard : A steady and clutch player for the Royals.  He averaged 12.3 points per game to go along with 4.0 assists per contest.

 

* Scott Sittler, Newark, Senior 6-foot-1 Guard : Averaged 14.0 points per game for the Norsemen, to go along with 4.0 assists per game and 75-percent free throws.

 

* Tom Ness, Newark, Senior 6-foot-1 Forward : Scored 11.0 points per game and hit on 48-percent of his field goal attempts.

 

* Ryan Skinner, Leland, Senior 5-foot-11 Point Guard : Two-time All-LTC.  He was the Panthers team leader, averaged 11.0 points per game, 8.3 assists per game and lead team in rebounds.

 

* Jimmy Smith, Paw Paw, Senior Guard : Two-time All-LTC.  He led the Bulldogs averaging 13.0 points per game and hit 50-percent of his shots from the field.

 

* Mark Carter, Earlville, Junior 6-foot-1 Forward : He was the all-around team leader for the Red Raiders by averaging 12.4 points per contest and 4.5 rebounds per game.

 

Colin Smith, Malta, Senior 6-foot-2 Forward : He was the Mustangs team most valuable player and captain after averaging 17.0 points per game.