Sycamore won the Northern Illinois Big 12 girls bowling meet Monday, knocking down 6,336 pins. DeKalb took sixth with 6,135 pins, while Kaneland finished 10th with a score of 5,305.
The Spartans’ Dani Pivonka finished fifth individually with a score of 1,194. DeKalb’s Kodilee Underwood (1,169) took sixth, while teammate Jessica Eberly (1,123) came in ninth.
Sycamore’s Kayla Webb (1,113) took 11th, and the Spartans’ Brittany Hearn (1,094) was 13th. Kelly Drake took 14th for Sycamore, finishing with 1,091 pins.
Barbs boys hoops drop two in Rockton: Hononegah beat the DeKalb boys basketball team, 55-47, Monday at the Hononegah MLK Tournament, while Mundelein defeated the Barbs, 79-54.
Jake Smith had 18 points against Hononegah, while Rudy Lopez and Andre Harris each finished with 12.
“It’s a very competitive tournament. I thought we played very well at times,” DeKalb coach Dave Rohlman said. “I thought it was beneficial for us before we go back into the conference season. I thought Jake Smith had a very good tournament.”
Indian Creek girls hoops loses to Woodstock: The Woodstock girls basketball team used an 18-point second quarter Monday for a 47-34 nonconference win over Indian Creek.
The Blue Streaks (9-13) led by 15 at halftime, with 11 of Cody Brand’s game-high 18 points coming in the first half.
Ari Davis added 12 points for Woodstock, with Sami Ludwig adding nine, all on three-pointers.
Alexis VanWyhe led the Timberwolves with 17 points.