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PREP ROUNDUP: Sycamore bowler Bonnell earns spot in state tourney

Sycamore junior bowler Kyle Bonnell won the DeKalb Sectional Saturday, finishing with 1,375 pins and earning a trip to the IHSA State Tournament.

Bonnell was the only area individual to advance, although DeKalb's Michael Beluzzi knocked down 1,280 pins and has a shot at an at-large selection.

The Barbs finished in third place (5,880 pins), one spot shy of qualifying for state. The Spartans knocked down 5,831 pins and took fourth.


Barbs drop two at Hononegah: DeKalb went 0-2 at the Hononegah MLK Tournament, losing to Jacobs, 80-67, and falling 50-25 to Normal Community.

DeKalb's Jake Smith had 20 points and five rebounds against Jacobs, while Andre Harris added 13 points and seven rebounds. Harris had five points and five rebounds against Normal Community.

The Barbs are now 4-15.

H-BR takes down Amboy: Hinckley-Big Rock improved to 16-3 with a 59-42 win at Amboy. Michael Bayler led the Royals with 17 points, while Bernie Conley had 16 and Jared Madden finished with 10.

Knights top L-P:
Kaneland beat LaSalle-Peru, 34-32, behind 14 points from Matt Limbrunner and 12 from John Pruett.

The Knights are now 10-6.


Prost leads Knights in close loss: Ashley Prost scored a team-high 19 points for Kaneland in a 49-47 loss to LaSalle-Peru. Allyson O'Herron added 12 points for the Knights (12-9) and Emma Bradford finished with six.


Spartans 12 at Minooka: Sycamore took 12th place at the Minooka Invite. Kayla Webb led the Spartans with a 1,165 series.


Indians 2nd at I-8 Tourney: Tyler Sebby (195 pounds), won a title for Sandwich at the Interstate Eight Tournament. The Indians finished second with 169.5 points.

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