Indian Creek’s Samantha Mosley scored a basket with roughly 20 seconds left in regulation to pull the Timberwolves even with Somonauk in Tuesday’s Little Ten Tournament quarterfinals en route to a 48-45 Timberwolves’ win in overtime.
Mosley led the Timberwolves with 13 points and 10 rebounds, while Kate Thuestad finished with 12 points and Ariel Russell added 10.
Indian Creek is now 11-10.
Barbs win NI Big 12 contest: DeKalb remained unbeaten in the Northern Illinois Big 12 East with a 48-35 win over Yorkville. Courtney Bemis led the Barbs with 15 points, while Rachel Torres finished with 12 and Madelyne Johnson added 10. Courtney Patrick finished with six points.
DeKalb (17-3, 6-0 NI Big 12 East) led by just five points at the end of the third quarter but pulled away with an 18-point final period.
Spartans fall: Rochelle beat Sycamore, 38-30. Bailey Gilbert led the Spartans with 12 points. Lauren Goff had nine and Taiya Hopkins finished with six.
Cogs lose BNC East contest: Andrea Strohmaier led Genoa-Kingston with 21 points in a 59-49 loss to North Boone. Katie Thurlby had eight points for the Cogs, and Shannon Schumacher finished with seven.
G-K is now 2-18 and 1-6 in conference play.
"We had one of our hardest-fought games tonight. We ended up coming back and taking the lead in the fourth quarter," Cogs coach Kyle Henkel said. "I do like our fight and I do like our effort, something I'd like to see the rest of the year."
Cogs top Marengo: Genoa-Kingston beat Marengo, 57-42, behind 17 points from Adam Price and another 14 from Tommy Lucca. Griffin McNeal added nine points for the Cogs, who are now 12-6 and 4-2 in Big Northern East play.
“Boys came out and played well,” G-K coach Corey Jenkins said. “... Griffin McNeal stepped in and gave us some great minutes.”
Hawks lose: LaMoille defeated Hiawatha, 60-40, in a Little Ten Conference game.
Sandwich loses: Jake Roehn had 12 points for Sandwich in a 58-35 loss to Seneca. Seth McDonald had six points for the Indians.
Wojciechowkski leads Knights in loss: Morgan Wojciechowkski finished with a team-high 482 series for Kaneland, but the Knights lost to Rochelle, 2,715-2,688. Christie Crews had a 475 for the Knights and Amanda Strayve and Ellissa Eckert each had a 456.
Sycamore falls to Dixon: Led by senior Kayla Webb’s 624 series, the Spartans won one of three games against Dixon, who won 3,299-3,085. Dani Pivonka also had a 598 series for the Spartans.
Sycamore falls to Dixon: Sycamore's Branden Frank's team-high 645 series was not enough for the Spartans as they lost 3,747-3,533 to Dixon at Plum Hollow Lanes in Dixon. Zaxh Kroeger also had a 603 series for the Spartans.