The Central Illinois Drive beat the Sauk Valley Predators for the second game in a row at U.S. Cellular Coliseum. The final score was 102-92 before 2,310 fans. The Drive won 116-115 at Sauk Valley last Sunday in a battle of unbeaten teams in the PBL. Tony Lewis led the Drive with 22 points and was followed by Perry Petty who had 19. The Drive were 9-21 from three-point range and shot 25 of 40 free throws. They were 53.13 from the floor. The Drive’s Jemal Farmer, who had three dunks, finished with 15 points. The Drive posted a 53-44 rebound advantage. Teen actress, dancer, singer, and model Bella Thorne made a special appearance at the game and signed autographs. Click here for game stats.