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Sycamore girls lose to Yorkville

The Sycamore girls basketball team lost to Yorkville, 39-25, on the road Thursday night.

Paige Wogen led the Spartans (9-9, 2-5 Northern Illinois Big 12 East) with 10 points.

“It was just a frustrating game on the offensive end,” Sycamore coach Brett Goff said. “Just a little disappointing offensively.”

The Spartans play DeKalb at 6 p.m. today at the NIU Convocation Center.

H-BR edges Paw Paw: The Royals finished the Little Ten Conference season with a 38-34 win over Paw Paw at home.

Abbie Tosch led the way with 18 points. H-BR is 13-12 overall, including 6-2 in the Little Ten.

Newark downs Indian Creek: The Timberwolves lost a Little Ten Conference game to Newark, 36-21.

Kirsten Herrmann led Indian Creek (12-13, 4-4 LTC) with six points.

Winnebago beats G-K: The Cogs lost on the road, 37-19, to Winnebago.

Shannon Schumacher, Tori Hensley, Torri Bennett and Karli Lancaste each had four points for the Cogs (2-21).


Bettendorf sneaks past Sycamore: Bettendorf, Iowa, ranked No. 44 in the nation, edged Sycamore, 33-31, in a dual meet.

Kyle Akins, Collin Druck, Dylan Foster, Austin Culton, Chris Malone, Jake Davis, Marty Malone and Devin Knight each recorded wins in the dual meet.



Somonauk edges G-K: The Cogs lost a high-scoring affair to Somonauk, 74-70, at home.

Adam Price and Tommy Lucca carried a vast majority of the scoring load for Genoa-Kingston. Price had a team-high 32 points while Lucca added 29 points in the loss.

Somonauk’s John Wathen scored a career-high 36 points, including shooting 15 for 16 from the free-throw line, in the win. Dan Reiss had 16 points for the Bobcats (7-12).

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