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Red Wolves Girls Basketball improves to 5-1, Girls Bowling rolls past Lemont High

By Josh Bootsma

LANSING, Ill. (November 29, 2022) – The most recent scores from the TF South Red Wolves are included below:

Girls Bowling

Tuesday, November 29

Opponent: Lemont High School

Results: TFS beat Lemont 1405-1042

The high game for the day went to Trinity Kimmons (180).

Boys Basketball

Wednesday, November 23

Opponent: Lincoln-Way Central High School

Results: TF South beat Lincoln-Way Central 66-65

After being down in the fourth quarter by 7 points, TFS worked its way back, eventually gaining the lead on a 3-pointer from Cedric Tientcheu with 4:12 left in the game. Lincoln-Way Central would regain the lead until the final moments of the fourth quarter when TFS’ Alex Lesure dropped a 3-pointer from the corner to seal the game for the Red Wolves with 2.3 seconds left on the clock.

Points leaders for the Red Wolves were Caleb Newman, who scored 20, and Romello Ali, who scored 19.

Friday, November 25

Opponent: Rich Township High School

Results: The Red Wolves fell to Rich Township 85-73

TFS took sixth place in the Chicago Heights Classic over the holiday weekend, ending the tournament with a season record of 1-3. TF South’s Romelo Ali was voted to the all-tournament team. The squad’s next game at Shepard High School on December 2.

Friday, November 25

Opponent: Rich Township High School

Results: The Red Wolves fell to Rich Township 85-73

Girls Basketball

Tuesday, November 22

Opponent: Rich Township High School

Results: TF South beat Rich Township 56-50

Tariya Wright led the team with 22 points, while Rayvan Rush netted 13.

Tuesday, November 29

Opponent: Crete-Monee High School

Results: TF South beat Crete-Monee 66-45

Stats leaders for the game were Rayvan Rush (20 points), Tariya Wright (12 points), Katlynn Williams-Clark (11 points), Gigi Dillon (12 rebounds), Jaiden Thompson (11 rebounds). The team is now 5-1.

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For the second straight school year, The Lansing Journal is covering sports regularly at TF South, thanks to an ongoing partnership with the athletic department and coaches at the school. This kind of regular coverage takes time, resources, and communication. If you have kids or grandkids participating in TFS sports, or if you appreciate a newspaper that cares about covering the youth in our community, consider giving to The Lansing Journal today to support our important work:

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.