The Bolingbrook boys basketball team was forced to settle for fourth place at the Jack Tosh Holiday Classic on Friday after losing, 58-55, to Rolling Meadows in the third-place game.
Bolingbrook (12-2) had its 12-game winning streak to start the season snapped with a loss to Lyons in the semifinals Thursday night.
The Raiders were paced by Donaven Younger’s 15 points in the loss to Rolling Meadows.
Flanagan-Cornell 47, Seneca 39: The Fighting Irish fell short in the championship game of the Marseilles Holiday Tournament late Thursday, which, after 12 years, will move from Marseilles to Ottawa Marquette beginning next season.
Seneca is 8-3 on the season.
Reed-Custer 55, Putnam County 50: Behind a 27-point effort from Lucas Foote, Reed-Custer (6-3) was able to capture third place at the Marseilles Tournament.
Foote was an all-tournament selection.
Lisle 45, Reed-Custer 42: The Comets took a narrow loss in the consolation championship game of the Lisle Tournament late Thursday.
Brooklyn Harding led Reed-Custer (6-11) with 13 points, and Mya Beard had 12.
Wheaton Academy 41, Coal City 38: The Coalers (10-6) were edged out in the third-place consolation game of the Lisle Tournament late Thursday.
Mackenzie and Makayla Henline each had eight points for Coal City.