Genoa-Kingston girls basketball split a pair of games and finished in second place at the Harvard tournament on Saturday.
The Cogs (3-2) defeated Round Lake, 51-28, while being paced by 24 points from Tori Bennett. However, G-K lost to Belvidere, 39-26, in their final game of the tournament.
Andrea Strohamier and Jessie Nay scored six points each to lead G-K, who plays Harvard on Monday at home.
"I thought we came along way from our first game this year," G-K coach Kyle Henkel said. "We're a work in progress, but I feel good about this group. We just couldn't get the shots to fall against Belvidere."
Indian Creek falls: Indian Creek was edged by Reed Custer, 46-44, in overtime. Madi Russell had 10 points while Josie Diehl continued her string of double-doubles with a 10-point, 19-rebound effort.
The Timberwovles are 2-3 on the season.