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Prep roundup: Sycamore girls bowling downs Kaneland

Sycamore defeated Kaneland, 2,923-2,759, in a Northern Illinois Big 12 match Tuesday at Mardi Gras Lanes in DeKalb.

Dani Pivonka was the only bowler to roll a 600 series, recording a 608 total over the three games, including a single-game high score of 224. Kendall Lolness rolled a 505 series and had a high game of 216 for the Spartans.

Angela Charhut led Kaneland with a 519 series while Anne Salerno was the only Knight to break 200 with a single-game high of 204 in the second game.


T'wolves dominate Mooseheart: Indian Creek cruised to an easy win over Mooseheart, 60-14.

Josie Diehl led the way with 14 points while Kate Thuestad had 13 points and Samantha Mosley chipped in with eight.

Indian Creek (8-10) plays Paw Paw at home Thursday.

Cogs lose close one: Genoa-Kingston lost another close game, this one to Rockford Christian in overtime, 40-37.

Bria Foley led the Cogs with 11 points while Torri Bennett had nine points and Andrea Strohamier chipped in with seven points.

"We kind of let this one slip away," G-K coach Kyle Henkel said. "We had a pretty sizable lead...and then we started pretty rough at the start of the third quarter."

The Cogs are 2-15 on the season, including 1-5 in Big Northern Conference East play.

Hiawatha loses on road: Hiawatha lost to host Harvard, 39-32.


DeKalb edged by Dixon: The Barbs lost at home to Dixon, 52-50.

DeKalb hosts Morris on Saturday.

Hiawatha downs Harvard: The Hawks beat Harvard, 45-42, at home on Tuesday.

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