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In Wednesday night's game at Jesuit, Chamberlain shot 56 percent from the field. Meantime, Jesuit shot 39 percent.
Final score: Chamberlain 59, Jesuit 40.
Dontae Aycock and Eric Storts scored 14 each for the Chiefs, who improved to 5-1. Senior guard Jake Seymour led the Tigers with 14 points, five rebounds and three assists.
Chamberlain led by just eight at the half but began pulling away in the third.
Jesuit fell to 2-3.
Holy Names 61, River Ridge 18
At the Academy of the Holy Names, junior guard Katie Davis scored 21 and two other players finished in double figures as the Jaguars improved to 7-0. Selena Castillo added 18 points and Ali Daigle had 10 as AHN opened things up by outscoring River Ridge 21-2 in the third quarter.
River Ridge is 1-6.
- Middleton 50, Robinson 22
At Robinson, Middleton improved to 2-5 behind center Quinette Johnson's 28 points. Danielle Levins added 16 in a winning effort.
Guard Emily Kirk led Robinson (0-9) with a career-high 12 points.
Middleton did its damage in the first and fourth quarters.
"We just couldn't stop Johnson," Knights coach Jessica Vitale said. "She got hot in the fourth quarter."
Durant 59, East Bay 20
At Durant, the Cougars improved to 6-0 behind a strong team effort.
Alex Hamm and Devin Johnson each kept their perfect dual meet records in tact. Hamm (103 pounds) pinned his opponent. Johnson (215) also won via pin - in only 25 seconds.