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Paw Paw Tops H-BR to Win School’s First LTC Tournament Title

 

Newark defeats Earlville for third place

 

(9) LaMoille 63, (8) Serena 55

(7) Malta 60, (10) Leland 50

(5) Earlville 67, (4) Indian Creek 61

 

(3) Paw Paw 58, (6) Somonauk 48

(1) Hinckley-Big Rock 77, (9) LaMoille 47

(2) Newark 53, (7) Malta 49

 

(4) Indian Creek 68, (8) Serena 47  (Consolation Bracket)

(6) Somonauk 85, (10) Leland 57  (Consolation Bracket)

 

SEMIFINALS

 

(1) Hinckley-Big Rock 66, (5) Earlville 62

(3) Paw Paw 49, (2) Newark 42

 

Consolation Championship

 

(4) Indian Creek defeated (6) Somonauk

 

Third Place Game

 

(2) Newark defeated (5) Earlville

 

Championship Game

 

(3) Paw Paw 47, (1) Hinckley-Big Rock 43

  

 

Final 1998 Little Ten Conference Standings

                        

                  W  L                  

Earlville         7  2

Hinckley-Big Rock   7  2

Paw Paw             7  2

Indian Creek        7  2

Newark              6  3

Somonauk            4  5

Malta               3  6

Serena              3  6

LaMoille            1  8

Leland              0  9

Little Ten Conference Boys All-LTC Team

 

Mark Carter, Earlville, Senior Forward : Two-Time All-LTC selection.  Averaged 15.3 points per game and was named to Ottawa Times Newspaper All-Area first team.

 

Micah McNeil, Earlville, Junior Center : Averaged 13.2 ppg and 10.1 rebounds per game.  Named to Plano Christmas Classic All-Tournament Team.

 

Ryan Johnson, Hinckley-Big Rock, Senior Guard : Two-Time All-LTC selection.  Led Royals with 16.4 ppg and was named Plano Christmas Classic Most Valuable Player.

 

Chris Bailey, Hinckley-Big Rock, Junior Guard : Excellent shooter, nailed 42-percent from beyond the arc and 87-percent from the free throw line.

 

Matt Torman, Paw Paw, Junior Center : A very clutch performer, led Bulldogs by averaging 14.3 ppg and 12.8 rpg.

 

Patrick Kearns, Indian Creek, Senior Forward : Averaged 16 ppg and 8.4 rpg for the Timberwolves.  Named to Plano Christmas Classic All-Tournament Team.

 

Nick Spears, Indian Creek, Junior Guard : Averaged 12.9 points per game while leading T-Wolves in steals and assists.

 

Steve Carlson, Newark, Senior Forward : The Norsemen’s top all-around player and team leader.  He averaged 15 points per game while hitting 50-percent of his field goal attempts.

 

Joel Britt, Somonauk, Senior Forward : Named Bobcat Most Valuable Player and Captain after averaging 15.7 points per game and hitting 75-percent free throws.

 

Justin Allen, Malta, Sophomore Forward : Averaged 19.9 points per game and hit 83-percent from the line and named Mustangs Most Valuable Player