The Indian Creek girls basketball team defeated Leland-Earlville, 65-45, on Monday night to remain undefeated in the Little Ten Conference.
Madison Russell led the Timberwolves (4-4, 2-0 LTC) with 17 points, Alexis VanWyhe had 13 and Samantha Mosley also scored in double digits with 12.
G-K splits: The Cogs split a pair of dual meets at Mendota, losing, 36-35, to the host Trojans, and beating Princeton, 47-30.
Joe Murray, Nick Cotham and Christian Ordlock led G-K with two wins each. Tom Kathalynas, Matt Ceislica, and Marck Cardoso each registered one win, all by pin.
Dixon downs Sycamore: Dixon defeated Sycamore, 3,603-3,413, in a Northern Illinois Big 12 Conference matchup.
Kaneland tops IMSA: Kaneland defeated IMSA, 2,251-1,970 in a nonconference dual match.
The Knights were led by Christie Crews’ 482 series, including a team-high game of 190. Michelle Bohanek had a 465 series and Rena Wojciechowski recorded a 451 series, including a 181 game.
SATURDAY’S LATE RESULTS
Spartans sweep: Sycamore defeated Pontiac, Burlington Central and Lake Zurich in a quadrangular meet on Saturday.
Kyle Akins won all three of his matches as did Tyler Barton, Austin Armstrong, Brian Johnston, Jesus Renteria and Chris Malone.
DeKalb takes fifth: DeKalb placed fifth at the 24-team Vernon Hills Invitational.
Will Todtz led the Barbs with a six-game total of 1,229, including games of 237 and 222. He placed 12th individually.
Sean Mattingly bowled games of 235 and 223 while Seth Pinne bowled a 236 and Ranzy Collins had a 212.
DeKalb places 17th: DeKalb placed 17th at the 20-team Fremd Valhalla Invite.
The Barbs were led by Maddy Jouris’ 562 series, including a high game of 200. She placed 20th out of 104 varsity bowlers.
Taylor Mershon was 31st with a 525 series and Edith Reynolds recorded a 474 series.
“All bowlers were quite challenged by the lane conditions,” DeKalb coach Bill Holland said. “We will have to work on our techniques in future practices to be able to conquer the unique conditions we saw [Saturday].”