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TFS Sports round-up: Boys basketball wins, wrestling, bowling, and girls basketball lose

December 11–13, 2021

As part of The Lansing Journal’s ongoing efforts to increase sports coverage at TF South, we have asked TFS coaches to provide us with information about their matches/games. The Lansing Journal posts these scores and summaries multiple times per week in a “TFS Sports round-up.”

By Josh Bootsma

LANSING, Ill. (December 13, 2021) — The scores for December 11 – 13 are below:

Late reported scores for Friday, December 10

TFS Boys Basketball

Opponent: Richards High School

Score: TFS defeated Richards 67-52

TF South was lead by Caleb Newman with 19 points, Lyonel Hodges with 13 points, and Dwain Nash with 12 points. Xavier Lewis lit up the state sheet with 11 points, 8 blocks, 8 assists and 15 rebounds. TF South’s overall record is 3-4 overall and 2-1 in conference.

TFS Wrestling

Opponent: Tournament at Oak Forest High School

Score: TFS lost to Oak Forest 48-24 and lost to Eisenhower 59-12.

TFS wrestled two matches vs. Oak Forest and lost both by fall. South wrestled four matches against Eisenhower and lost on three falls and one technical fall. TFS’ overall record is 2-8.

Saturday, December 11

TFS Wrestling

Opponent: Buffalo Grove Tournament

Score: TFS placed 15th out of 16 teams.

TFS Girls Basketball

Opponent: Romeoville High School

Score: TFS fell to Romeoville 62-43

Tariya Wright scored 15 points during the contest, and Rayvan Rush scored 12.

Monday, December 13

Opponent: Lyons Township High School

Score: TFS lost to Lyons 2251-1991

Ethan Modjeski bowled high game for TFS with 257, and also had the high series with 483.

The TF Sports sports schedule can be found here. TF South is located at 18500 Burnham Avenue, Lansing, IL.


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Josh Bootsma
Josh Bootsma
Josh is Managing Editor at The Lansing Journal and believes in the power and purpose of community news. He covers any local topics—from village government to theatre, from business openings to migratory birds.