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Basketball

PREP ROUNDUP: Sycamore wrestling dominates Bartlett in dual meet

In one of Sycamore wrestling's final tune-ups before the postseason, Sycamore defeated Bartlett, 52-13, in a dual meet on Saturday.

Jesus Renteria and Ren Swick each won by fall while Austin Culton and Jake Davis won their matches by technical fall for the Spartans. Bruce Hansen, Dylan Foster and Chris Malone each won by major decision.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Kaneland dominates Sterling: The Knights continued their hot streak in 2013 with a 60-33 win at Sterling.

Matt Limbrunner led Kaneland with 22 points, including four 3-pointers. Tyler Carlson had 10 points and John Pruett added nine.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Sterling upends Kaneland: The Knights went on the road to Sterling and fell, 52-40, in a Northern illinois Big 12 crossover game on Saturday.

Kaneland (12-10) was led by Allyson O'Herron, who recorded 18 points, including four three-pointers. O'Herron also had three rebounds, two assists and three steals.

Ashley Prost had 10 points and three rebounds for the Knights in the loss.

FRIDAY'S LATE RESULTS

H-BR remains perfect in L10: The Royals moved to 6-0 in the Little Ten Conference with a 61-37 win over LaMoille. Nine different players scored for Hinckley-Big Rock. Bernie Conley and Michael Bayler each had 11 points while Jared Madden had 10.

The Royals are 18-3 overall.

Newark downs Hiawatha: Hiawatha lost to Newark, 100-35, on the road on Friday.

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