Payton Havens scored off a turnover with 6.3 seconds left to lift Metamora to a 37-36 victory over Chatham Glenwood in the large-school division of the State Farm Holiday Classic boys basketball tournament at Normal Community High School.

Glenwood, the No. 7 seed, had a chance for the win, but turned the ball over again in the final seconds. Collin Dietz scored 15 and Havens 10 to lead 10th-seeded Metamora (7-3).

Winnebago 86, Peoria Christian 62: Will Pepper scored 26 for the Chargers, but the Peoria Christian could not overcome the Winnebago duo of Ty Waller (23 points) and Andrew Morrissey (20).

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The Peoria area stood strong after first-round action.

Top-seeded Deer Creek-Mackinaw received 22 points from Levi Scheuermann in a 55-24 victory against Delavan. Scheuermann scored 14 points in the second quarter as the Chiefs pushed a one-point first-quarter lead to 15 at the break (30-15).

Tremont 61, Springfield Calvary 41: The fourth-seeded Turks used big second and fourth quarters to power past Calvary. An 18-7 edge in the second period gave the Turks a 29-15 lead at intermission. Calvary pulled within 12 by the start of the fourth (43-31), before Tremont pulled away. Tremont received 12 points from Luke Barrow and 11 from Jaydon Kellum.

Peoria Quest 64, Havana 46: The fifth-seeded Gators gradually pulled away from the Ducks, behind 16 points from Terrell Walker and 14 from Avierre Ross. Quest led 31-25 at intermission and 48-35 after three quarters.

Petersburg PORTA 54, East Peoria 50: A frantic fourth-quarter rally fell just short for the Raiders. East Peoria trailed 35-20 entering the fourth quarter, but put up 30 points to pull close. Cole Morton led the comeback with 18 of his game-high 23 in the final period.

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Dunlap 65, Rantoul 60 (2OT): In a battle of Eagles, Dunlap outscored Rantoul 9-4 in the second overtime to open the day's action at Taylorville. The two teams were tied at 46 after regulation and at 56 after the first extra period. Issac Guyton led four Dunlap players in double figures with 15 points. Gabe Calhoun added 14 for Dunlap, which led 29-20 at the half.

Sterling 56, IVC 36: Sterling built a 16-point lead at halftime in grabbing control. Holt Geltmaker scored 10 for Illinois Valley Central.

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Galva 56, Brimfield 45: Galva outscored second-seeded Brimfield, 13-2, in overtime in the first semifinal.

The Indians held a six-point lead with 3:30 left in regulation, but the third-seeded Wildcats tied it at 43 late in the fourth to send the game into overtime.

Mason Kaiser led the Wildcats with 19 points, and went a combined 8-for-8 on free throws in the fourth quarter and in OT.

Tyler Baysingar led Brimfield with 10 points.

DePue 44, Elmwood 41: Galva will face defending champion DePue, the other semifinal winner, in the finals. The Little Giants (12-1) led by as may as eight in the second half, but needed a late 3-pointer by Eddie Moreno (11 points) to hold off the Trojans.

Rafa Puga led DePue with 15 points, while Charlie McKinty and Jacob Brown both scored 12 for Elmwood.

Princeville 58, North Fulton 27: Cole Daily scored 16 in the first three quarters to lead the host Princes to the 31-point win.

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Notre Dame 44, Yorkville 39: The 10th-seeded Irish moved into quarterfinals with an upset win over No. 7 Yorkville. Notre Dame pushed a five-point halftime lead into double digits by the start of the fourth quarter (28-18), before holding off Yorkville. Noah Reynolds had 10 points and eight rebounds for the Irish, who also received 11 points from Joe Gustafson.

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Peoria High 58, Bradley-Bourbonnais 53: The Lions gained control in the second quarter and pushed the lead to 43-29 before holding on to reach the semifinals of the eight-team large-school bracket. Cortez Mosley scored 15 and Christopher Williams nine as Peoria High withstood a 25-point effort from the Boilermakers' Christian Straw.

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Erie 60, Peoria Heights 55: The Patriots could not overcome a 33-point barrage by Erie's Josh Hammer. Ty Webb scored 16 and Trevor Heath 14 for Peoria Heights.

Wethersfield 66, Peoria Heights 48: The Patriots had a one-point lead after one quarter, but Wethersfield outscored the Heights 16-4 in the second quarter to grab control.