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PREP ROUNDUP: Kaneland bowlers top Lisle

The Kaneland girls bowling team picked up a 2,382-2,066 dual meet victory Wednesday at Lisle.

Morgan Wojciechowski had single-game and series highs for Kaneland, bowling a 236 in the first game and finishing with a 515 series.

Amanda Strayve bowled a 492 series, including a 189 in the final game. Dominique Lee had Kaneland’s other 200 game, bowling a 219 in the final game to finish with a 488 series.

TUESDAY’S LATE RESULTS

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Hawks fall: Savanna Campbell led Hiawatha with 12 points, but the Hawks lost, 38-36, to Ashton-Franklin Center on Tuesday night.

Ashley Tamraz had nine points for Hiawatha (2-4).

“All in all, it was a good hard-fought game,” Hiawatha coach Franz Schumacher said. “We had a lot of opportunities to put them away and we just let them back in the game.”

GIRLS BOWLING

Barbs roll past Rochelle: DeKalb swept all three games in a 3,191-2,573 Northern Illinois Big 12 East victory over Rochelle.

The Barbs (2-0) were led by Kodilee Underwood, who bowled a 653 series, including a 234 high single game. Maddy Jouris rolled a 603 series with a single-game high of 220, and Jessica Eberly scored a 602 series.

“The bowlers had a slow start, averaging 160 in the first game, but really raised their game, averaging 186 and 184 in Games 2 and 3,” DeKalb coach Bill Holland said. “We are right on our short-term goal – looking for a team average of 180 to 185 – which we will need to improve during the season to 190-195 team average to secure a fourth consecutive trip to the IHSA state finals.”

DeKalb will play host to Sterling at 4 p.m. today at Mardi Gras Lanes.

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